Daily Archives: November 10, 2007

Mythbusters and the Scientific Method

Mythbusters and the Scientific Method

I am in a unique situation this school year. I am not a core science teacher, but an elective teacher in charge of designing curriculum for five new classes. I teach Science Investigations for grades 6-8 and pretty much have free reign as to what is taught. The only requirements my principal gave me were

Save the Date: November 14th

Riptide Furse will be presenting this coming Wednesday, November 14th, at 4:30 p.m. SLT (7:30 p.m. EST) as part of the continuing ‘Workshop Wednesday’ series.  His workshop is entitled, ‘Take a Picture, It Will Last Longer’ and you will explore taking screenshots using Second Life’s built in screen capture tools. Rip will show you how

Wednesday Workshop Highlights

Our first Wednesday Workshops at the DEN was held November 7th.  Our guest presenter  Thonalon Umurov planned a great session to teach the basics of building.  He started out explaining prims and the ways to edit 3D objects.  The session began with participants selecting a sphere shape, learning how to enlarge it, move it, and