More Science and Technology Videos from Sloan Science and Film
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by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
2w ago
Sloan Science and Film is an online publication from the Museum of the Moving Image that examines the intersection of science and film. As curator of Science and Technology at the museum and the Executive Editor of scienceandfilm.org, Sonia Epstein returns to Lab Out Loud to discuss how Sloan films were used during the pandemic, how you can use the teacher’s guide with over 60 science-themed short films available to stream, and what you might find if you get a chance to visit the Museum of the Moving Image. Show notes at: https://laboutloud.com/2022/11/episode-171-sloan-science-film ..read more
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Zombie Science Returns
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
1M ago
For the last decade, this episode on zombie neurobiology has been a seasonal favorite. Listen to Dr. Steven Schlozman describe how to use zombies to teach science. More show notes at: https://laboutloud.com/2022/10/episode-270-zombie-science-returns ..read more
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Did you get all of your School Supplies?
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
2M ago
Pencils. Notebooks. Glue sticks. Dry erase markers. Safety goggles. Tissues. As students returned to school this fall, they were asked to obtain numerous school supplies for their own use and sometimes for the entire classroom. When are school supplies necessary and when are they excessive? Dale and Brian discuss the topic of school supplies for all classrooms and particularly for the science classroom.   Show notes at: https://laboutloud.com/2022/09/episode-269-school-supplies ..read more
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A Message About the Future of the Show
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
3M ago
After 15 years, the Lab Out Loud podcast is changing. What does this mean? We are incredibly thankful for the support that NSTA has provided for the show, but after 15 years we are now looking for alternative funding to continue the show. We need your help! Learn how you can support Lab Out Loud as a listener or an advertiser. Will we still produce shows? Yes, that's our plan. But we may not be as regular as we have over the last 15 years. Thank You. Making this show has been an incredible pleasure. Thank you all so much for listening. Show notes at: https://laboutloud.com/?p=5663 ..read more
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Fostering Educational Stewardship
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
7M ago
Stephen Pompea joins the show to discuss how scientists can support science education in formal and informal settings. Show notes at: https://laboutloud.com/?p=5624 ..read more
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Learn Chemistry with Ninjas in Games and Graphic Novels!
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
7M ago
Nathan Schreiber returns to the Lab Out Loud podcast to talk about his newest project using a series of graphic novels designed to teach chemistry concepts. Building off of the popular game, Valence uses science ninjas in an action packed adventure that teaches foundational chemistry about what makes up the universe, how it’s measured, and how it’s transformed. Nathan joins co-hosts Brian Bartel and Dale Basler to discuss his games and graphic novels, describe how his characters can engage students in learning science, and share a sneak peak at his next project! Show notes at: https://laboutlo ..read more
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Bringing Untold Stories to the Surface
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
8M ago
The next guest on the Lab Out Loud podcast is National Geographic Explorer and storyteller Tara Roberts. For the last couple of years, Tara has been following a group of black scuba divers around the world as they search for and help document slave shipwrecks. These explorations to the ocean floor and within human journeys have been shared as rich stories through her "Into the Depths" podcast and as a cover feature in the March issue of National Geographic magazine. Tara joins Lab Out Loud to share her experiences as an Explorer, describe the importance of discovery through a different lens, a ..read more
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Addressing Alternative Conceptions when Teaching Science
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
8M ago
Our guest this week is Tim Hartelt from the Department of Biology Education at the University of Kassel in Germany. With colleagues Helge Martens and Nina Minkley, Tim recently co-authored a study investigating if science teachers were able to diagnose the alternative conceptions the may hold when teaching biology concepts. Tim joins us to discuss the study and its findings, how teachers might identify alternative conceptions, and explain how they might be connected to their own professional experiences and content knowledge. Show notes at: https://laboutloud.com/2022/04/episode-264-alt-concep ..read more
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How to Cultivate the Next Generation of Science Teachers
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
9M ago
[ This episode is sponsored by Siemens STEM Day Possibility Grant Sweepstakes ]   This week, the Lab Out Loud podcast welcomes Dr. Meenakshi Sharma to the show. From her unique perspective as a professor of science education who trains pre-service teachers, Dr. Sharma recently wrote an article detailing the characteristics of elementary teachers who effectively implement the Next Generation Science Standards. Dr. Sharma joins co-hosts Brian Bartel and Dale Basler to discuss these characteristics, explain how they are grounded in using real-world phenomena, and describe why this shift in s ..read more
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Reorganizing the Tree of Life #ScientistOutLoud
Lab Out Loud
by Dale Basler and Brian Bartel
9M ago
In this installment of #ScientistOutLoud, the Lab Out Loud podcast welcomes research and teaching professor Prashant Sharma from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Using morphology and genomic data, Dr. Sharma and his lab recently challenged our understanding of arachnid classification, by adding horseshoe crabs to the same class as spiders and scorpions. Dr. Sharma joins co-hosts Brian Bartel and Dale Basler to remind them how modern classification works, describe why his team believes horseshoe crabs should be classified as arachnids, and discuss how this work showcases the process of scie ..read more
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