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*Ann Haley MacKenzie, Book Reviews Editor, is an Associate Professor at Miami University, Oxford, OH, and teaches classes in Inquiry Life Science, and Methods Science for Adolescent and Middle Childhood Majors. She is also involved in developing a Science Teaching, Ethics, and Society course and infuses film and popular culture within all of her classes. MacKenzie taught at the secondary level for years and is a former Ohio Teacher of the Year. She has also consulted for National Geographic, BSCS, American Physiological Society, PBS, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and AAAS. Her predominant passion is how popular culture impacts the science knowledge of children. As a result, she developed a web site linking science concepts to film clips (www.flickclip.com). Her address is: Teacher Education, Miami University, 301 McGuffey Hall, Oxford, OH. 45056; firstname.lastname@example.org.
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