“I believe teaching K-12 students about uniform acceleration, exothermic reactions, and pea plant characteristics, can have a profound effect on how they view "bigger" topics like climate change, epidemiology, quantum computing, and the nature of space-time.”
In this talk, I'll share my perspective about teaching particle physics and quantum mechanics, and how this links to the big goal that most of us share: teaching that science *is* real.
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