|Sy Yentz Presentations|
|Extinct .......... Kaput
Former Living Things
|Dr. Matt Matician.....
Science and Mathematics
Bonus Trivia Questions
|Source-ages|| Editorial -|
The Case for Animal Literacy
|Who's Your Daddy|
Fathers and mothers of.......well, just about everything.
Pages are updated several times a month by Science Gnus Editorial fiat, inspiration, new notable event or whim.
Note: Professor Sy Yentz takes 30 minutes just to introduce himself and then never stops. Most states and several countries have forbidden his long winded presentations as violations of the Geneva Convention.
John Cafarella, however, is available for school and district Professional Development activities ranging from keynote speeches to workshops to consultations.
been in education as a teacher and supervisor for thirty-five years. He
taught grades 4, 5, and 6 at the elementary level and Earth Science in
and 10 at the secondary level. He has been director of a school-based
planetarium in the
John writes and edits Science Gnus, a monthly newsletter and now a Website <http:/sciencegnus.com> that highlights local, state, and national science education news. Calendars, trivia, activity ideas, and strategies for professional development can be found on the site sprinkled with humor, puns, and challenges to think outside the box!. John has also written Science Funomena, a weekly science education column, for the New York Daily News as well as study guides for commercially released movies. He has written and directed federal, state and private grants totaling over 6 million dollars.
Since his “retirement”, John has served as Project Director for a National Science Foundation Mathematics professional development grant, “Teacher Leaders = Mathematics Success” at
John has received the School and Culture Award sponsored by the