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Oct 2013

Teaching evolution in Turkey

POSTED BY: BETUL KACAR
 
A cross between Wayne Manor, a Napa Valley vineyard, a calculus-obsessed kibbutz and a British collegiate faculty lounge, somebody (Ali Nesin) actually built the math classroom that your math teacher dreamed about while you were taking your weekly quizzes in high school. You couldn’t ask for a more lovely setting to explore the methods and means of quantifying evolution than the picturesque Mathematics Village (Matematik Köyü) found on a hilltop in Şirince, Turkey. The Evolution and Ecology (EvoEko), and the....
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