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3/180 Daily Doodle is Back

I got two great books on women in STEM that will help in my #dailydatedoodle project this year.

Two Great books about #womeninSTEM #Twitter

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1/180 Dr Mary Putnam Jacobi born today 1842 #dailydatedoodle #womeninstem

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2/180 Born today in 1854 Anna Botsford Comstock #dailydatedoodle #womeninSTEM

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3/180 born today Christa McAuliffe, Teacher & Astronaut #womeninSTEM #dailydatedoodle

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Fantastic work this week by the students – looking like it will be another great year.

128/180 On this day, daily date doodle challenge

 

#dailydatedoodle Discovery of Titan, one of Saturn’s moons by Christiaan Huygens in 1655

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After π day and Ides of March illustration I decided to help my drawing skills and continue life-long learning to start a science-focused #dailydatedoodle on my whiteboard above my objectives. One week in and I’m really happy that I’ve taken on this challenge, it has become a discussion piece in class. What it is also showing me is the need to rewrite women back into history, especially the history of science. Using common sources as Wikipedia and a few “on this day” websites I’ve found little mention of women in STEM related fields.

Examples of On this day resources I’ve used so far

A teacher friend just recommended this website to me to check out, will add this to the list!

http://www.onthisday.com/

 

 

 

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