"Imagination is more
"Your theory is crazy,
but not it's not crazy
enough to be true."
confidence than does knowledge: it it those
who know little, and
not those who know
much, who are positively
assert that that this or
that problem will never
be solved by science."
The purpose of this webpage is to serve as a virtual
portfolio for the work that I have completed in Computer
Applications in Science Education (SEYS 753). There have
been a variety of interesting ideas exchanged in this class
including MOOC's and the digital divide currently facing
many students. Also covered are skill building tasks such as
building this website and becoming familiar with many web
2.0 applications and open source software.
Under the assignments tabs you will find a link to a review
for one such web 2.0 app that can be particularly useful in a
science classroom. Also there you will find a link to my
science education blog.