Tag: schools

Reminder: Donor’s Choose Entomology Challenge

Yep, it’s time for the yearly DonorsChoose Science Challenge! I choose 4 insect science projects in high poverty schools, and I hope my buggy friends will step up and fund them. I especially would like […]

Show other science bloggers what bugologists are made of

Yep, it’s time for the yearly DonorsChoose Science Challenge! I chose 4 insect science projects in high poverty schools, and I hope my buggy friends will step up and fund them. I especially would like […]

Teachers, Astronauts, and butterflies

A cool opportunity for teachers!! WANTED: Up to 20 schools (in the U.S., east of the Rocky Mountains) to follow the development of monarchs on the International Space Station. Background The next Space Shuttle launch […]

Update on the Challenge

You might remember that last month I threw down the gauntlet to some of the bigger cousins in the interwebs for the DonorsChoose Challenge! DonorsChoose.org is an online charity that provides an easy way for […]

I CHALLENGE THEE

Hey–who wants to have a ScienceBlogs vs. Discover blogs vs. Nature Blog Network throw down for Donor’s Choose? This October, I’ll be part of the DonorsChoose.org Social Media Challenge.  This is a friendly month-long competition […]

End of the Year Donors’ Choose update!

I am really excited to report that the Donors Choose Blogger Challenge was a huge success! Yesterday I got a surprise package from Donors Choose, and this info: $276,171 in donations to classroom projects reaching […]