I always hated math. It just did not speak to me. Too absract, useless, decoupled from the reality. I was a victim of the modern math fashion trend of the early 70's. And natural sciences spoke to me a lot more.
Cheese is a staple in our kitchen. I cook many cheese-based dishes for my family. My kids love quesadillas and grilled cheese sandwiches. I love cheese on my salads. And my hubby loves baked brie as an appetizer. I've liked cheese since I was a little girl.
When I backed out of my driveway on Saturday morning, I noticed a dead possum right at the road. After a couple of minutes of "EW!" I resolved to get out there with a shovel and get rid of it. However, it rained on and off on Saturday afternoon and eveing.
But by Sunday afternoon, nature's top cleaners had found the possum, and two hours later most of the creature was gone, thanks to a turkey vulture.
The success of a nation’s wealth and welfare is highly dependent on the technical skills and capabilities of its people. The better science and technology education is organized and presented, the more scientists and technologists there will be created to generate new ideas, new products and entirely new industries for modern societies. This is how grownups think; what are the kids thinking?
BIENVENIDA AL NUEVO AÑO ESCOLAR 2013-2014
MARACAIBO ESTADO ZULIA - VENEZUELA
Un nuevo año escolar comienza y con él las ilusiones de tener el éxito escolar
Congratulations to the new Science Wizards - Year/Grade Level Science Quiz Bee Winners.
September 17, 2013 marks the day of the competition. Science Teachers facilitated the contest.
YEAR/GRADE LEVEL QUIZ BEE WINNERS
September 17, 2013
School-based Science Quiz Bee Winners: Grade 7
Place Winner Section Teacher
"This is our Home, we have to take care of it". Corinne
Digital Fabrication has conquered the world!
SEED teacher and student from Moscow, accompanied by SEED Coordinator RCA presented the first FabLab@school at Fab9. Based on the Partnership between D. Euan Baird, SEED, Schlumberger and Stanford University, Center for Bits and Atoms at MIT the first FABLAB school in the world was be opened in the Lyceum 1502 MPEI in 2011.
* A mobile phone for people with epilepsy, recognizing an epileptic attack and alerting the people who can provide the help so urgently needed.
* A rollator/wheelchair in one, making life much easier for elderly or disabled people.
* Street-name signs which are lit at night using solar energy gathered during the day.
Great ideas? Yes, and all of them created by kids!