Amanda Glaze

Amanda Glaze specializes in science teacher education, evolution education research and outreach, and professional development, alternating her time between the classroom and the field as an Assistant Professor of Middle Grades & Secondary Science Education at Georgia Southern University. Her research centers on the intersections of science and society, specifically the acceptance and rejection of evolution in the Southeastern United States and the impact of the conflict between religion and evolution on science literacy.

Recent Posts

July 25, 2017 in Biology, Education, Religion

Teaching Evolution Requires More Than Evidence, It Takes Empathy

It is possible for people to be highly knowledgeable and reject evolution for reasons beyond evidence. When that happens, it is important to listen in order to understand why so…
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