Dear EvoKE member, 2019 was a big year for EvoKE and for the inaugural EvoKE Electoral Committee! Thanks to your support and involvement, we were able to cross two important milestones: We conducted our first-ever EvoKE Board election and elected our inaugural EvoKE board. We adopted the EvoKE statutes and became a legally recognised entity. … Continue reading Electoral Committee – new call!
In these difficult times of lockdown and limited access to our everyday resources, it is important to have access to open, easy to use teaching materials for use in remote and online teaching. EvoKE community assembled a list of such resources, contributed by our members. Here: bit.ly/EvoKErepository you will find a database will all contributed resources. … Continue reading EvoKE online teaching resources
Call for EvoKE National Representatives: Are you an educator, researcher, science communicator or policy advisor adviser interested in science outreach and evolution? Do you think evolution literacy is fundamental for decision making processes that affect personal and public well being? Do you want others to discover and understand the fascinating science of evolution? Become … Continue reading Call for EvoKE National Representatives
contributed by Graciela Escudero During the Evoke meeting (March 2017, Porto) we worked on the idea of developing an immersive game, in which the players would use critical thinking applying the rules of evolution and have fun with it. I took those fantastic ideas back home and tried to develop “the game” further with the … Continue reading Immersive Game goes to Spain!
Well, ok. Not really ... In searching for the EvoKE Project recently using google, one the Gardeners came across this blog page as a top hit! (Your mileage might differ, of course.) Nice to see that the ID people are taking us seriously. It almost lends some kind of legitimacy to the whole project. But, … Continue reading EvoKE makes internet headlines!
The organising team for the EvoKE 2017 meeting in Porto, Portugal were recently interviewed by Nature Ecology and Evolution about the meeting and the wider goals of EvoKE. Read both the interview and the associated editorial!