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Dr. Michio Kaku, Theoretical Physicist and host of the new Science Channel Series

Sci-Fi Science: Physics of the Impossible

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Because I participated in the first Siemens STEM Academy Webinar, I receive notifications about Discovery’s latest partnership and great new science resource, The STEM Academy. If you did not attend the webinar, you can access it here. Whether you participated virtually or will visit the archive, hopefully you will downloaded the accompanying lesson plan, and Discovery would love your feedback! Can you take 5 minutes–or less- to give Discovery some feedback?

How valuable was the resource? Did you download the lesson plan? We would love to get your feedback so that we can continue to develop relevant and useful resources. Please take this survey to let us know your thoughts and suggestions for the future.

Have you visited the STEM Academy site today?
We hope that you will visit the
Siemens STEM Academy site often to take advantage of all of the resources available, including blogs, useful links, and information on professional development programs that support and encourage STEM education in your classroom.

We also encourage you to upload and share your own lesson plans, tips, tricks, ideas, presentations, videos and other STEM related materials in the Resources section.

Are you registered for the next webinar?
Additionally on the site, you can access
resource files related to past webinars and register for future webinars. Be sure to register for our next seminar, “Top Ten STEM Resources,” which will take place on February 17, 2010 at 7pm ET.

Thank you for your participation and feedback!






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