David Meshoulam
  DAVID MESHOULAM is a life-long environmentalist and science teacher. In his earlier teaching, he focused on having his students better understand the connections between science, culture, and history. Over the past decade he has created innovative interdisciplinary courses in science: in Watertown he developed and led Trees for Watertown's Teens for Trees program, at Newton North he co-developed Science in Society, and at Boston University he redeveloped and taught a course on Science, History, and Philosophy. He holds a PhD in Curriculum & Instruction and an MA in History of Science, both from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a BA in Philosophy of Science from Columbia University, and is a Senior Fellow at the Environmental Leadership Program. When he's not tending to trees or his 3 backyard chickens, h''s undertaking building projects with his two children.
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