March 25, 2011
Nuclear Energy and the Classroom
By Cindy Ivanac-Lillig
I am a fan of thinkfinity.org and have written about it in other posts. Today, I visited the site and wanted to share it with all of you. They have posted current events on their homepage along with related teaching ideas. I was especially struck by the write-up on nuclear energy and the recommended lesson plans. I thought these could be a great addition to any economics class.
If you have done anything in your secondary or university classroom in regards to the Japanese crisis or on the topic of nuclear energy, please consider sharing it. And if you were planning on teaching about inflation this week, consider changing your plans and talking about energy and economic policy.
Looking forward to your thoughts...
Posted by Cindy at March 25, 2011 10:37 PM
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An awesome share, I just given this onto a university student who was doing a little analysis on that. And he in fact bought me lunch because I found it for him…. smile.. So let me reword that: Thanks for the treat! But yeah Thnkx for spending the time to discuss this, I feel strongly about it and enjoy reading more on this topic. If possible, as you gain expertise, would you mind updating your blog with more info? It is highly helpful for me. Big thumb up for this article!
Posted by: tuinlantaarn at April 17, 2011 12:22 PM
Thank you very much for another helpful post. I have been a big fan for a few months, and I have been enjoying ever second of it With so many autogenerated blogs out there, its refreshing to find a real one. I run a blog that is very similar, is there any way you would write a guest post on it? Shoot me an email if you are interested!
Posted by: hang hieu at April 20, 2011 5:56 PM
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