Skulls, Bloodletting, and How to Teach Science

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  1. More than 100 scientists, teachers, researchers and others who share an interest in education gathered Tuesday at the Asia Society on Park Avenue for the 2nd Annual Scientific American and Macmillan Education Executive STEM Summit. The event was pegged to the magazine's August issue, which includes stories about  scientists' efforts to make education research more rigorous and one by Nobel Laureate Carl Wieman about why lecture classes should be obsolete. Below are highlights from the meeting by me and other attendees, collected via Storify and Twitter.

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