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“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” ~ Charles Darwin

Students are blogging for their portfolio in chemistry class:

~ Gwen   ~   David   ~    Olivia   ~   Jess   ~   Skylar    ~   Corey   ~   Sam   ~   Cody   ~   Kassidy   ~   Nicolette   ~   Ben   ~   Krystal   ~   Lauren   ~   Mike   ~   Caitlin   ~   Blaine   ~   Molly   ~   Mariah   ~   Maddie   ~   Devan   ~   Elise   ~   Kade   ~   Rachel D.   ~   Isabella   ~   Alena   ~   Cam   ~   Haley   ~   LeeAnne   ~   Taressa   ~   Joe   ~   Dakota   ~   Madison   ~   Alex   ~   Kevin   ~   Devin   ~   Caroline   ~   Hannah   ~   Michaela   ~   June   ~   Megan   ~   Rachel S   ~   

To see why, read Using A Blog As A Portfolio.

Hard portfolio                                       

Technology… is a queer thing. It brings you great gifts with one hand, and it stabs you in the back with the other.  ~C.P. SNOW, New York Times, 15 March 1971.

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 “The scientist does not study nature because it is useful; he studies it because he delights in it, and he delights in it because it is beautiful.” — Henri Poincaré

Students are blogging for their portfolio in chemistry class. Their initial post is an assignment of introducing themselves. Here are student responses to the question “Who is the scientist within you?”:

~  Mariah   ~   David   ~    Gwen   ~   Krystal   ~   Megan   ~   Kevin   ~   Alex   ~   Alena   ~    Dakota   ~   Rachel S   ~   Corey   ~   Skylar    ~   Blaine   ~   Kade   ~   Mike   ~   Molly   ~   Lauren   ~   Jess   ~   Kassidy   ~   Cody   ~   Devin   ~   Cam   ~   Sam   ~   Isabella   ~   Devan   ~   Taressa   ~   Maddie   ~   Rachel D.   ~   Madison   ~   LeeAnne   ~   Nicolette   ~   Olivia   ~   Caitlin   ~   Michaela   ~   Haley   ~   June   ~   Elise   ~   Hannah   ~

“The great thing about science is that it rewards curiosity. We can continue to be childlike and constantly ask why, and not be judged or penalized by it.” — Elaine Chew

We love science!

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