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Welcome to my virtual curiosity cabinet!

It may look a little different from the curiosity cabinets of 17th century Holland,

but I hope you'll be entertained and educated by some of these

fascinating people and ideas! 

 Click any bolded title to explore the topic!

What's in your curiosity cabinet?

Blue Mind: Water is Medicine

Blue Mind: How Water Can Heal The Mind, Body and How We Communicate.

w/ Dr. Wallace J Nichols

Learn about Dr. Nichols' Blue Mind Project in this enlightening video from

Michael Parker Media

My native home, Newfoundland,

is a scenic wonderland.

View photographs by one of the island's  

most applauded photographers,

Ray Mackey.

(Also, visit my blog to read  my newfoundland, 

memoirs based on my childhood.)

Women Explorers

Learn about three 19th century women explorers in this informative video, 

by Courtney Stephens

How did an uneducated shopkeeper become

the Father of Microbiology?  ​

Watch this clever and informative puppet show and be  fascinated by the story of 

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek.

 

by  Flora Lichtman and Sharon Shattuck,

Sweet Fern Productions,

Howard Hughes Medical Institute

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S.T.E.A.M. Education

STEAM Education increases creativity, provides student equity, and develops inquiry-based learning.

Learn about the difference between STEM and S.T.E.A.M.  by watching this video with

Susan Riley, Founder & CEO, Education Closet,

& The Institute for Arts Integration & STEAM

 

Learn more at  https://artsintegration.com/

Also, click the image below to read my piece,

6 Ways Fiction can Boost STEM Learning, published in  STEAM Ed Magazine.

Kidlit
 

from the people at Kirkus Reviews

Reading in a Bookstore
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