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Teachers at Sea

Teachers at Sea

April 16, 2018

For Chelsea O'Connell-Barlow and Kevin McMahon, science is not just what they teach and the classroom is not just a place to read textbooks. Taking various real life science experiences, these teachers have an innovative outlook on teaching.

Solar Eclipse shines across America

Solar Eclipse shines across America

October 5, 2017

For the first time in nearly a century, the “Great American Eclipse” made its way across the United States. It spanned from coast to coast, covering the northernmost part of Oregon to South Carolina.

Atlanta Science Festival launches into 2017

Atlanta Science Festival launches into 2017

April 5, 2017

On March 14, the Atlanta Science Festival launched its 2017 festival with a talk from astronaut Mark Kelly. The festival is celebrating its third year as an eleven day long festival, featuring individual events and an “Exploration Expo” in Centennial Olympic Park on March 25.

Decatur Makers eye the future

Decatur Makers eye the future

September 13, 2016

The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) held a meeting for top Makerspace organizers on Aug. 24. Lew Lefton represented Decatur’s local makerspace at the meeting.

Atlanta Science Festival hosts Exploration Expo

May 17, 2016

On March 26, the Atlanta Science Festival held their last big event, the Exploration Expo, in Centennial Olympic Park.

Stephen Hawking discovers new black hole theory

Stephen Hawking discovers new black hole theory

February 9, 2016

Recently, Stephen Hawking, a theoretical physicist, announced that the common theory about black holes...

Science is fun

April 14, 2015

Former Renfroe science teacher Kristen Thornton-Webb left her job and founded The Science of Fun.

Parker transitions from middle school to high school

Parker transitions from middle school to high school

September 28, 2012

Dr. Beth Parker has been a teacher for 23 years and has seen the differences between middle and high...

White plastic caps cover the steel pins that hold Schaar’s bones together. Schaar has had four surgeries in eight days. He has spent many frustrating hours in waiting rooms. “[Last week], I went to Grady [Hospital] and waited over six hours to talk to the doctor for ten minutes.”

Science teacher loses two toes in lawn mowing mishap

April 26, 2012

Dreams of June afternoons filled with wading in rivers and going fishing constantly come across science...

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