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Stranger in Moscow: Day Three

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This is a blog of my personal thoughts during the 2014 SEED Collaborative Workshop in Moscow, Russia. For a more technical look at the workshop, check out my other SEED blog postings under the title “Workshop Writings.

Workshop: Day Three (Moscow 2014)

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Hello from Moscow, Russia and the SEED Collaborative Workshop! This blog will provide daily text and photo updates on the four-day workshop. For a more personal look, check my other SEED blog postings under the title “Stranger in Moscow.”

Stranger in Moscow: Day Two

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This is a blog of my personal thoughts during the 2014 SEED Collaborative Workshop in Moscow, Russia. For a more technical look at the workshop, check out my other SEED blog postings under the title “Workshop Writings.”

Day Two is in the books and it was an a-m-a-z-i-n-g look at how these workshops really come together. Everything is designed to get the participants prepared for this day, when they are set lose to brainstorm, plan and execute a solution to a problem.

Workshop: Day Two (Moscow 2014)

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Hello from Moscow, Russia and the SEED Collaborative Workshop! This blog will provide daily text and photo updates on the four-day workshop. For a more personal look, check my other SEED blog postings under the title “Stranger in Moscow.”

Workshop: Day One (Moscow 2014)

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Hello from Moscow, Russia and the SEED Collaborative Workshop! This blog will provide daily text and photo updates on the four-day workshop. For a more personal look, check my other SEED blog postings under the title “Stranger in Moscow.”

Spooky Bubbles - Halloween Science

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In the US, Halloween is a holiday full of slimy things, creepy crawlers, and lots of fun! When I think of fun, I think of hands-on science experiments. My friends here at the SEED offices are the same way so we decided to try out a little Halloween science!

Time lapse video: What it is and how it can be used

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A time lapse video involves the compression of time to show a “sped-up” version of what actually transpired. A photograph is captured at a specific interval (such as one photo every 60 seconds) and then the series of photos is converted to video (such as at a frame rate of 30 frames-per-second). The parenthesized example would compress 30 minutes of time into one second. A day’s worth could be viewed in 48 seconds. By changing the interval and frame rate, one can alter the length easily.

Butterfly Dance

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Look at this beautiful butterfly that was just dancing outside my office window. The creature was so large, I thought it was a bird at first. Isn't nature spectacular?

I wanted to identify the type of butterfly. With the help of the Web site Gardens with Wings, I have surmised that this is a giant swallowtail. Do you think I'm right?

CELEBRACIÓN DE LOS 15 AÑO DE LAS ESCUELAS BOLIVARIANAS EN VENEZUELA

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 LA FERIA DE LA EDUCACIÓN  DE LAS ESCUELAS BOLIVARIANA