Author: Sarah Chaffee
Unanswered Questions: New York Times Highlights the Benefits of Teaching “Ignorance” in Science
It’s encouraging to find a discussion like this in what might seem to be an unlikely place.
Nature Agrees: Science Students Should “Actively Grapple with Questions” Not Just “Listen to Answers”
Discovery Institute has long promoted critical thinking in the science classroom, noting that it is remarkably scarce in the way evolution is taught.
From Aristotle to Epigenetics: A Report from the 2015 Summer Seminar
It was an extraordinary opportunity to hear scientists and scholars present their original research.
Student Perspectives: Addressing Two Montanans’ Concerns over an Academic Freedom Bill
My purpose is not to criticize these two articulate young people. On the contrary, I admire their willingness to state and defend their positions.
"Willful Ignorance"? Lee McIntyre Misrepresents Our Position on Intelligent Design in Public Schools
Dr. McIntyre claims to be nothing less than an authority on the defense of truth.