Bill Nye on his ‘codebreaker’ mom and how science teachers can change the world #MakerEducation
PBS NewsHour interviews the wonderful Bill Nye (The Science Guy).
“These are my people,” Bill Nye said ahead of his lecture to some of the 10,000 science educators who attended the National Science Teachers Association’s (NSTA) National Conference in Los Angeles last week.
When Nye, the well-known 1990s television host of “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” vivaciously told the hall full of teachers about how science will help “change the world,“ he was met with thunderous applause. But in fact, it’s this group — teachers on the front lines — who deserve the credit, Nye said.
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Bill is an engineer who got his big break at a comedy audition. He’s not a scientist by any stretch; he’s an entertainer. I know you folks try to keep it positive here – I love that! – but this man should not have any credibility at all when it comes to science.