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We'd like to add links to really good blogs on science for high school students to our What A Year! discovery reporting site. Any suggestions? Thank you.
This thread was posted on July 3, 2013 at 8:42 AM ET by James O'Reilly.
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IFLS! A hip science blog with very interesting posts that teen agers find compelling.
I think Scientific American does an outstanding job blogging:
This one is fairly new, but I think it will be good to watch. It's a blog by the students and volunteers who started Seattle's first community /BIYbio lab that is open to the public. Hopefully this will be of interest to other students, and perhaps even a model for other communities. http://hivebio.org/
Published through PBS, I found this "NOVA Labs" blog that encourages students to learn more about the solar system with research challenges. In addition to gaining background information, students can become teen advisors to the NOVA Lab and suggest their own ideas for new projects. Finally, there is an opportunity to learn more about the scientisits involved with the blog.
Kirk Robbins' blog at http://teachscience4all.wordpress.com/ is really outstanding. Highly recommend for educators!