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Jaja. Bookmarks 01.02. Last Horizon - A free Adventure Game. Soccer Physics - A free Soccer Game. Wyjazdy. Zakupy. Przyroda 1-3. Metodyka. KOSZAROWIEC. GRANTY FUNDUSZE. Genealodzy.PL Genealogia. Notowanie 105 - RDC. Patrz mi w oczy. Moje życie z zespołem Aspergera - Linia - książki dla inwestorów giełdowych. KISS, Pink Floyd, Judas Priest, Talking Heads - koncerty każdego z tych zespołów były nie tylko wydarzeniami muzycznymi, ale również wielkim wizualnym show.
Płonąca gitara Ace Frehleya z zespołu KISS była początkiem niesamowitych efektów na koncertach grup rockowych. Niewiele osób zastanawia się nad tym, kto stoi za wszystkimi takimi efektami. Tymczasem obsługa techniczna to konkretni ludzie. Jedną z takich osób był John Elder Robison - niesłychanie kreatywny technik i eksperymentator. W książce "Patrz mi w oczy" wspomina swoje dzieciństwo, młodzieńcze lata oraz początki kariery zawodowej właśnie u boku wymienionych zespołów. W tej chwili zajmuje się renowacją starych samochodów, co stanowiło jedną z jego pasji od dzieciństwa. MamPrawoWiedziec.pl. Plastic Pollution. Human Body 3D - vish-1.
Kuratoria oswiaty. NSTA: Freebies for Science Teachers. Graphite: Digital Resources Site Added: Dec 6, 2013 Graphite is a free online portal to help preK-12 educators find, use, and share the best digital apps, games, and websites for their students.
Created by Common Sense Media with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the service contains objective ratings of apps and other digital learning resources from professional reviewers, along with reviews from dozens of “Graphite Educators,” teachers who are hand-picked by Common Sense Media.
Graphite provides unbiased reviews of the learning potential of apps developed for a variety of platforms. Users can search for reviews of resources by subject, grade level, cost (free, “freemium,” or paid), and type (app, game, or website). When you click on a review, it tells you the price, the grade levels the app is most appropriate for, setup time, platforms (iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, or Nook HD), and subject areas—with a link to specific standards the app meets.
Teaching In High Gear: My Shift Toward a Student-Driven, Inquiry-Based Science Classroom. In her game-changing new book, Teaching in High Gear: My Shift Toward a Student-Driven, Inquiry-Based Science Classroom, middle grades teacher Marsha Ratzel describes how she acquired the knowledge and skills to evolve her classroom from a traditional "teacher at the top" environment to a space where students are eager to accept ownership of their learning adventure.
Marsha's transformational journey was marked by a gradual shift toward student-driven learning and bolstered with encouragement from a powerful global network of like-minded educators ready to collaborate on behalf of kids. As I climbed higher in my teaching practices, I had to shift gears and learn to seek out colleagues who helped me figure out the questions to ask myself and strategies to get me up the hill.... With my Personal Learning Network's support, I found my momentum. I was able to take the small successes that I was experiencing with students and build those into some bigger feats. Real Teacher Voice in the NG Science Standards! I am super excited as the Next Generation Science Standards roll out for the public.
The NGSS document was officially released on Tuesday — you can read about it in this Education Week story. Here’s how EdWeek reporter Erik Robelen summarized: More than three years in the making, the Next Generation Science Standards are designed to provide a greater emphasis on depth over breadth in studying the subject. Next Generation Science Standards: What’s a Teacher to Do? How will my district handle the implementation of science standards?
How will they be integrated with the Common Core literacy and math standards? Will I have to figure it all out on my own? Those are big questions for thousands of American science teachers who are encountering the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Yes, it’s going to be hard work, but the NGSS show great promise, with their emphasis on what students are able to do. How do I know? As a science teacher you can—and should—be responding to the standards right now, regardless of whether your district or state has taken action. Take a little time to become informed so that you are conversant in the way the standards are written. Help your district administrators understand the importance of:
West Virginia Education Board Rejects Curriculum That Distorts Climate Science. January 14, 2015 The West Virginia Board of Education on Wednesday voted to reject a set of public-education standards that cast doubt on the existence of man-made climate change.
The decision arrives amid vocal criticism from science and education activists who have denounced alterations to the standards intended to spark debate over the human role in global warming. Last month, the state Board of Education voted to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards, an academic framework that calls on teachers to teach man-made climate change in public-school classrooms. The Next Generation standards instructed students: Ask questions to clarify evidence of the factors that have caused the rise in global temperatures over the past century. This is how the earlier excerpt was altered: Ask questions to clarify evidence of the factors that have caused the rise and fall in global temperatures over the past century.
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Goldsmiths news. A computer game hoping to solve one of biology’s biggest mysteries is being developed by academics at Goldsmiths, University of London and Imperial College London.
Protein docking is one of the big unsolved biological problems that DockIt, the game currently under development, will aim to solve. Central to a protein's biological activity is that it often docks onto another protein, forming a molecular structure, but the 3D shape of this remains difficult to model. Understanding the docking of proteins can have major benefits to science – including improved knowledge of all cellular processes, and the practical application of drug design. DockIt will provide users with the chance to solve difficult and useful scientific problems on an interactive, educational and fun platform.