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Saturday, March 2 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Diffusion, the Cell Membrane, and Ourselves: Biology Comes Alive through the Aesthetic Realism Method

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We’ll show through demos on diffusion that this vital process has a logical, beautiful structure of opposites—high and low, freedom and order, inclusion and exclusion—opposites we and our students hope to make sense of in our daily lives. As students see this exciting relation, they like the world more; they feel science is friendly, and they eagerly learn.


Rosemary Plumstead

Consultant/Teacher Educator, Aesthetic Realism Foundation
I ama Consultant on the faculty of the not-for-profit Aesthetic Realism Foundation in New York City, where for many years I have trained teachers in how to use the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method. I taught high school students for 33 years in New York City where I taught health... Read More →
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Sarah Ross

Retired biology teacher
I'm very proud to have taught high school biology in the New York City public school system for 29 years using the Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method. This great method enables students to see how science is related to their immediate lives and to the world itself. As a result, they... Read More →

Saturday March 2, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am EST
Plaza Boardroom A