A Bright can quite independently play a valuable role in the Brights’ endeavor. Here are some example ways to contribute as a constituent almost entirely on one’s own accord.
Science enthusiasts and Brights have an opportunity to provide teachers with a superb teaching resource for helping students learn about evolution. The Brights’ Net has acquired exclusive rights to disseminate to teachers a unique wall poster developed within academia. The evolution poster has a big “Wow!” factor in that the colorful information extends over five feet in width. The poster is something that a high school science teacher will be able to obtain FREE for classroom use, thanks to the Brights who want to support the inclusion of this crucial topic within high school curricula.
Anyone can view the poster:
A high school science teacher who teaches about evolution can apply to receive a free poster.
- A sampling of remarks from high school teachers who have received a poster.
- The poster has been reviewed by staff from the National Association of Biology Teachers and National Evolutionary Synthesis Center.
Science enthusiasts can support the free poster project to permit dissemination of additional posters.
The Brights’ Net initiates and coordinates various projects in which Brights can participate and contribute their talents in ways that go beyond inviting others who have a naturalistic worldview to learn about the Brights. Volunteers may take on leadership roles in areas where they have expertise and interest, planning and conducting projects together with those who have a shared focal concern and/or similar know-how.
Sometimes items produced in a project will show versatility beyond the original circumstance and can be made available for use by other Brights (individually or cooperatively) in their own situations.