Science education’s great loss

6 Jan

Recently the science education world, and more specifically the world of biology teachers, lost a great colleague, Kim Foglia.  Ms. Foglia was an extremely generous and well-known AP Biology teacher who shared everything online (ExploreBiology) with other science teachers, many of whom she probably never even met.  Many biology teachers around the world were, and are, incredibly grateful for the help and support she provided other teachers by sharing her ideas and lessons.  Many of us are probably better teachers in many ways because of her.  She will be missed.

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One Response to “Science education’s great loss”

  1. somethingnewplease January 7, 2011 at 5:57 PM #

    Without a doubt, science is the most important subject out there. Even more so than the entertainment that writing brings.

    Thank you for reading and leaving your kind comment.

    D

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