"How many of you like rythm?"
A great lesson indeed!!!
NUESTRA EXPERIENCIA CON SMARTWIRED
* At the recommendation of a friend, I recently read a new book called Power Foods for the Brain. In it, author Dr. Neil Barnard presents his theories on how to keep your memory sharp as you progress into older age. For the most part, his advice coincides with commonly known tactics for remaining healthy in general. For instance: eat well, sleep well, and exercise.
"Mulher é mesmo interessante. Mesmo brava é linda; mesmo alegre, chora; mesmo tímida, comemora; mesmo apaixonada, ignora; mesmo frágil é poderosa!"
Science behind the Rio Carnival
In 2010, I had the amazing opportunity to film a documentary for the Champion Samba school: Unidos da Tijuca.
The experience was extremely fantastic but what really drove my mind was how much science you could see behind the scene and on the Avenue.
In both fields, Human and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
It's been forever! My name is Hafiz and I was a SEED student, and then a volunteer, from Malaysia! It has been a while since I last wrote an entry. But here I am now to give back to the students around the world!
SEED has taught me so much, coming from a small fishing village, to now living in the big concrete jungle of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia! This non-profit has seriously build me into what I am today. So kids, use this channel to help build your confidence, your knowledge of the world and learn as much as you can!
Identificación de la Actividad:
Experimento de Densidad de los líquidos.
Estimular en los niños y niñas la pasión por la ciencia, evidenciando la densidad de los líquidos y sus efectos ennuestro ambiente.
Nº de Participantes:
38 niños y niñas de 3er grado.
INTEGRATION OF DIGITAL FABRICATION INTO LEARNING PROCESS.
Fab Lab in Lyceum 1502 MPEI is the product of the cooperation between Euan D. Baird, SEED Program, Schlumberger, and Stanford University under the auspices of Center of Bits and Atoms, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, USA).
Growing up in California where much of our country's produce is grown, I was no stranger to fresh fruits, healthy vegetables, and organic produce. My grandparents lived in Palm Springs, which is an inland oasis between San Diego and Los Angeles. They would visit us a few times every year, stopping along the way at local farms and small organic produce shops to pick up some delicacies for us. My grandma would get especially excited over the eggs. She would bring us a flat of eggs (which carried 36 eggs on it), and each of them would be the size of a small fist.