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Not one of these books was written from a Christian-apologetic point of view: they are concerned only with scientific truth - as was Sir Ernst Chain when he called evolution 'a fairy tale'." A former Evolutionist, Dr.
Wilder-Smith debated various leading scientists on the subject throughout the world.
Resources include videos, activities, informative text, models, and demonstrations. The Teacher-Friendly Guide to Climate Change: From the Paleontological Research Institute.
Alliance for Climate Education: ACE's mission is “to educate young people on the science of climate change and empower them to take action.” New from ACE: Our Climate, Our Future.
In addition, the web site provides educators with original lessons and other resources to enhance bioscience teaching. The site was chosen as the 2003 best biology site by Scientific American and the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse of the U. Evolution and the Nature of Science Institutes (ENSI): Originally NSF-funded, the ENSI program focused on teaching teachers about the nature of science, using evolution as the exemplar.
A site for teachers by other teachers with lots of classroom-tested exercises available free of charge.
UC Berkeley’s Understanding Evolution Resource Library: A “one stop shop” for teaching and understanding evolution, including an Evolution 101 link for students and teaching resources for kindergarten through undergraduate educators.
"The Evolutionary model says that it is not necessary to assume the existence of anything, besides matter and energy, to produce life. We know perfectly well that if you leave matter to itself, it does not organize itself - in spite of all the efforts in recent years to prove that it does." Secular researcher Richard Milton summarized the current world situation: "Darwinism has never had much appeal for science outside of the English-speaking world, and has never appealed much to the American public (although popular with the U. As growing numbers of scientists begin to drift away from neo-Darwinist ideas, the revision of Darwinism at the public level is long overdue, and is a process that I believe has already started." A more thorough list of current (and past) Creationist scientists is not provided for two reasons: (1) A complete list would be extremely lengthy, and (2) Some scientists would rather not have their name made public due to justified fear of job discrimination and persecution in today's atmosphere of limited academic freedom in Evolutionist-controlled institutions. Net users generous rights for putting this page to work in their homes, personal witnessing, churches and schools.
Cornell University’s Paleontological Research Institution: A series of Teacher-Friendly Guides that are written to provide teachers with the scientific background they need to introduce Earth systems science topics in their classrooms.
Teaching About Evolution and the Nature of Science: A well-structured framework from the National Academy of Sciences for understanding and teaching evolution.
Despite strong pressure to accept evolutionism, many intelligent and experienced scientists either openly or secretly dismiss Evolution as highly unlikely or impossible.
Waddington, Ernst Mayr, Theodosius Dobzhansky and George Simpson.
Included are learning activities, videos, visualizations, and tips for teaching. NASA Wavelength: A digital collection of reviewed resources for Earth and space science educators. It includes educational activities, a library of presentations that can be downloaded, and access to climate data and services. NASA's Global Climate Change Website: High-quality information about climate science from America’s space agency.