Lee Meadows is a Professor of science education at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). A teacher at heart, he has taught high school chemistry, physics, and physical science and college chemistry, general teaching methods, and science methods. He has written and spoken across his career on the teaching of evolution in the Deep South and is the author of The Missing Link: An Inquiry Based Approach for Teaching Evolution to All Students. He lives in Birmingham, Alabama, where he is a member of City Church Midtown, a Presbyterian church start-up.
- By Lee Meadows
4 Surprises about Teaching Evolution in Public School
A public school teacher talks about the things that surprised him as an evolution educator in the American South, including how education has changed itself around this topic.