Homeschool Science Education Click here to Reserve your Spot! for the 2014 live California Science Camp! Your kids can do science with Aurora while YOU relax, enjoy, and vacation in paradise! Join me for a summer filled with real science your kids will never forget! This summer, I will be teaching a live, 5-day science camp in San Luis Obispo, California. (San Luis Obispo was recently named the "Happiest City in America") Trying to figure out what to do this summer that's going to be fun for the whole family? Special Bonuses for the First Ten Families who sign up: Total Value: Over $350 of free bonuses if you're one of the FIRST 10 to sign up for Supercharged Science Camp! What ages is Science Camp for? Supercharged Science Camp is open to kids ages 7-12 years. How much does the camp cost? While I personally teach the camp myself, your kids will also be well supported by my team of assistant teachers through every step of every activity. That's less than $18 per hour of camp! NO!! YES! YES!!! What if I change my mind?
The Most Unforgettable Space Shuttle Pictures Photograph from NASA via Reuters Sitting on a rolling platform, the space shuttle Challenger emerges from the mist at Kennedy Space Center in Florida as it heads toward the launch pad, just visible in the distance, in November 1982. Challenger lifted off on its maiden voyage in April 1983 for the sixth shuttle mission. When the space shuttle Atlantis lands on Thursday, it will wrap up STS-135, the final shuttle mission in the U.S. program's 30-year history. Even with the tragic losses of Challenger and Columbia , the space shuttle has become an icon among U.S. science and technology achievements. "The space shuttle has been with us at the heart and soul of the human spaceflight program for about 30 years, and it's a little sad to see it go away," STS-135 mission commander Christopher Ferguson recently told reporters in a televised interview from the ISS. "It's going to be an emotional moment for a lot of people that dedicated their lives to the shuttle program for 30 years.
Under the Microscope In Your Food Nature's Living Tape Recorders May Be Telling Us Secrets : Krulwich Wonders… Back in the 1930s there was a bird, an Australian bird, who had this thing for a human lady. The lady's name was Mrs. Wilkinson (I couldn't find her first name) and she lived in Australia. So did the bird. It visited her daily for food. Adam Cole/NPR When James the bird decided to woo Mrs. According to those who were there, on one occasion James sang for 43 minutes. These birds are amazing. Chook lived in a cage next to a panda exhibit while it was under construction so presumably that's how he learned to do perfect renditions of hammers, power drills, and car alarms. For example, when the BBC's David Attenborough ran into a lyrebird deep in the Australian woods, the bird not only sang the songs of 20 other forest birds, it also did a perfect imitation of foresters and their chainsaws, who apparently were getting closer. These birds were, in effect, recording the sounds of their own habitat destruction. Are Lyrebirds Accidental Historians? Well, maybe.
Welcome to the North Carolina Civic Education - Database of Civic Resources We’re so delighted to complete a successful summer schedule, with 4 Flyleaf lectures, 3 Adventures in Ideas seminars, 2 extended-stay programs on campus, 2 teacher trainings, and an event with North Carolina 4-H. On June 13-16, 35 alumni from across the United States gathered in Chapel Hill for our second annual Alumni Summer College, co-sponsored, organized, and staffed by the Program in the Humanities, the General Alumni Association, and the Center for the Study of the American South. This year’s theme was Old and New: Studying the South in the 21st Century, From a warm Southern welcome and fascinating look at the blues with Bill Ferris, to tours of campus, a farewell BBQ at the Love House—and dozens of lectures, discussions, and exhibits in between–attendees came to appreciate the American South as a place of lasting traditions and constant evolution. We hope you can join us June 12-15, 2014 for next year’s event. To see what you missed, you can see a short video here. The Warren A.
Science Homework Help Science is part of the world all around us. On this page, you will find resources to help students connect science content to things they can see and experience. Videos, Interactive Explorations, and Interactive Videos engage students and encourage them to explore more on their own with your help. Earth Science: Waterways Lakes, Rivers, and Underground Water Watch this program with your child, then find a local waterway in your area and explore where it starts and where it ends. Physical Science: Chemical Changes The Chemistry of Fireworks July 4 fireworks are really all about chemistry. Life Science: Backyard Habitat City Birds Summer is a perfect time to learn about the different species of birds. Discovery Channel Science Search Fascinates students with high-quality video content from the Discovery Channel covering topics in physics, biology, space, technology, meteorology, and much more. Bill Nye the Science Guy Amazes students with fun science experiments easy enough to try at home.
Explore the Blue - Discovery Education Edheads - Activate Your Mind! Sea Turtle Conservancy :: Saving Sea Turtles since 1959 » Tour de Turtles Sponsor Spotlight: DivinityLA 09/16/16 19:58Sea Turtle Conservancy (STC) is excited to officially welcome our partners at DivinityLA to the Tour de Turtles marathon! For this year’s Tour de Turtles, DivinityLA sponsored a green turtle, who they named “Pebbles.” When... Read more » Tour de Turtles Spotlight on the Race’s Biggest Competitors: The Leatherbacks 09/13/16 14:22This year in our race to spread awareness, Tour De Turtles has 3 BIG competitors joining us all the way from Panama. » STC Releases “Ahead of the Tide,” A New Documentary About Sea Level Rise 08/25/16 13:51Sea Turtle Conservancy is proud to announce the release of a new documentary about sea level rise and its implications for sea turtles and their nesting beaches in Florida. » Wanted: Sea Turtle Photos for STC’s 2017 Calendar 08/16/16 15:07Sea Turtle Conservancy (STC) is looking for talented photographers for our ninth annual Sea Turtle Calendar Contest!
The Joy of Visual Perception: A Web Book The Joy of Visual Perception: A Web BookPeter K. Kaiser Web/HTML Support: Rod Potter York University If you view this web book from a CD and are not connected to the Internet, links beyond this book will not work. Feedback and suggestions for improvements should be sent to Peter Kaiser . Select The Joy of Visual Perception to read the book starting with its cover. You are visitor number since February 5, 1996Our site was selected as a valuable Internet resource for Discovery Channel School's Body Science theme for fall 1997. This website was last modified on February 7, 2017
Bill Nye | Official Website for Bill Nye The Science Guy Appearances No shows booked at the moment. Earth2Class | Bringing Earth Science to the Classroom Principal Content A second key to E2C is the ever-growing collection of educational resources that provide teachers, students, and others access to up-to-date information about our changing planet and for Earth Science courses. These make our offerings available to anyone, even if they cannot attend the live workshops. Thanks for your interest! The easiest way to register for the Saturday Workshops: send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org There is a $15 fee to attend each program, which covers refreshments, lunch, hand-outs, and other expenses. Directions by Columbia Shuttle or Car