I am up to my neck in preparation for our regional Science Olympiad competition. My students have been working their fingers to the bone to build a robot, balloon launch glider, egg transport vehicle, and a catapult. They are also studying like crazy on topics like meteorology, oceanography, ecology, food science, astronomy, simple machines, anatomy
As promised, Lance’s East Coast Keynote Address: Lost in Translation. Podcast ready, good to go for a trek in the snow. Subscribe Free Add to my Page
And it was fun! Talk about a clever conference kick-off. Here’s the Recipe: Mix 150 +/- DENers in a large conference room with lots of Hershey’s chocolate. Add 10 Discovery Educator Network-related questions. Find a partner. Stir Q/A conversation heavily for 2 minutes. Change partners. Repeat the process several times until the bell (horn, really)
I got to spend some great time at the TCEA convention last week. So much to see and do, so many great sessions available. A few pages from my notebook: Linda Dickerson spoke on using Adobe Acrobe Pro 8 to create interactive pdfs and special tools available Patrick Crispen gave us his view of coming
Can’t Make it to PETE & C or FETC? Register for the Illinois Technology Conference at the end of the month. Visit www.iceberg.org for more details.
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