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SAGE Musings: Blogspublished Dec 12, 2016
I never thought I'd be a blogger. But a while ago, it occurred to me that these "SAGE Musings" are essentially a set of private blog posts. In consultation with the SAGE 2YC project PIs, I've decided to make them public, so that they can serve as a resource to other 2YC geoscience faculty. And, speaking of blogs as resources, there are several blogs that I read regularly, and others that I've become aware of from the SAGE 2YC project PIs. It's not uncommon for one of us to forward a posting to the others, when we see something relevant to our work. Here are several related to geoscience, education, and geoscience education:
- Earth and Mind: Reflections on thinking and learning about the Earth: http://serc.carleton.edu/earthandmind/index.html
- Tomorrow's Professor: https://tomprof.stanford.edu. You can search for blog posts on subtopics, such as "Tomorrow's Teaching and Learning."
- Laura Guertin writes about her travels, for her 2YC geoscience students, in the "Journeys of Dr. G.": https://journeysofdrg.org
- Callan Bentley writes about geology in "Mountain Beltway": http://blogs.agu.org/mountainbeltway/
- Jan recommends "Small Pond Science": https://smallpondscience.com
What blog(s) do you read? What do you enjoy about them?