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Connections in Education

Sometimes I feel like several different people when I talk or think about education.  Most of me can’t even begin to comprehend how anyone could not want to learn as much as possible, every passing moment.  Some of me can understand how a person can be too exhausted from the labor and stress of a […]


Meet our Science at Sea Naturalist – John Scheerens

We’re excited to introduce you to our naturalist, John Scheerens, who will participate in every aspect of the Science at Sea experience and provide us with his amazing insights and knowledge of the region. John is considered the teacher of teachers in Alaska serving as the training consultant for most of the major tour companies […]


Why Are Hazmat Guys Teaching Science?

It must be a growing trend… or something in the hazardous materials industry is pushing people to teach science. I first met Todd Skoglund and Ken Rost (guys who are not exactly your typical classroom science teachers) at our Science in the Rockies training last summer. Acting as Educational Outreach Coordinators for SIGNET North America, […]


Eat a Taco and Learn Some Science

That’s exactly what will happen when you visit your local Del Taco. We’re excited to announce the release of four science toys that we wrote for Del Taco as part of their Kid Loco Meals. The four toys are called Loco 2 Liter Learning because each toy comes with cool science experiments you can try […]