- My elementary science series and my chemistry course were voted #1 by the readers of Practical Homeschooling magazine. This is the second year in a row for my chemistry course, and the third year in a row for my elementary series. In addition, my chemistry course was named Best Chemistry of 2019 by Teach Them Diligently. Click on the awards to learn more!
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Monthly Archives: May 2020
Over the past few days, several people have sent me articles like this one, which makes a rather fantastic claim: The Aldabra white-throated rail bird was declared extinct, a victim of rising sea levels almost 100,000 years ago. However, the … Continue reading
For more than 140 years, scientists have taught that lichens are the result of a relationship between a fungus and an alga (singular of algae). The fungus gives the lichen most of its visible characteristics and provides a protected place … Continue reading
In 1908 a nearly-complete fossil skeleton was found in La Chapelle-aux-Saints, France. Marcellin Boule, professor at the Museum of Natural History in France and director of the French Institute of Human Paleontology, analyzed the skeleton in detail, eventually publishing his … Continue reading
In response to a Harvard Law Professor’s evidence-free assertion that there should be a presumptive ban on homeschooling, Ideological Diversity (a student group at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government) hosted an online conference entitled “The Disinformation Campaign Against … Continue reading