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HBES Interview Series - Pete Richerson
This Pioneers of HBES series video features Peter J. Richerson, who pioneered the study of cultural evolution. His quest has developed and become intertwined with multilevel selection theory.
Lab Programs: David Sloan Wilson on The Nature of the City - Lessons from Evolutionary Science
David Sloan Wilson Brings Evolutionary Science to Your Neighborhood.
Richard Dawkins: Creationists know nothing
Who did it better, Richard Dawkins or Bill Nye?
The challenges of teaching evolution in english class.
Darwin in English class

Gabrielle Principe
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Dewey’s disenchantment with prevailing academic thought led him to produce Experience and Nature. With this work, Dewey attempted to lay waste to philosophy not grounded in science. He was comfortable doing this because, unlike his contemporaries and most of his successors, Dewey embraced evolutionary thought. >>Read More
Post: July 10, 2014 2:54 am, Source: TVOL Exclusive  Comments (3) Views (2586)
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Cultural evolution is supposed to result in the survival and spread of practices that achieve agreed upon goals. Then why was a highly successful program for at-risk high school students discontinued after three years? >>Read More
Post: July 3, 2014 5:22 am, Source: TVOL Exclusive  Comments (4) Views (1868)
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Children’s view of creating inequity as fair – if it were determined by an impartial procedure – suggests that our concern for fairness may have evolved for people to avoid being condemned by others for demonstrating or initiating alliances through preferential sharing. >>Read More
Post: June 25, 2014 7:20 pm, Source: TVOL Exclusive  Comments (2) Views (916)
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Understanding the architecture of human memory, including its evolutionary and cultural origins, has obvious relevance to educational practices. Creating informed education curricula benefits from understanding the natural constraints that shape the way people learn and remember. >>Read More
Post: June 19, 2014 2:28 am, Source: TVOL Exclusive  Comments (0) Views (1549)
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Evolution is a challenging topic for many learners, but with the right approach, we can budge those stubbornly resistant numbers and help promote a more scientifically literate populace. >>Read More
Post: June 9, 2014 2:30 am, Source: TVOL  Comments (0) Views (1248)
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Berch argues an evolutionary perspective may eventually be able to inform the design of a useful diagnostic tool for hiring the most qualified teachers, for selecting prospectively high-quality teacher candidates, and perhaps even for designing more effective professional development programs >>Read More
Post: June 5, 2014 3:14 am, Source: TVOL  Comments (0) Views (1376)
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The authors contend that it is time for a new paradigm that will better prepare students for a future in which the "3Rs" are changed to the "6Cs," expanding content to include collaboration, communication, critical thinking, creative innovation, and confidence. >>Read More
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