In 1983, I met Dr. Jarvik at the Carrier Dome. Congratulations for receiving the top honor at Syracuse University. Persistence, passion, and failure drives success.
I can’t wait to show my students some really neat science experiments this week. I love it when students have to think about what they know and how to explain something that doesn’t quite turn out the way they expect by using their science knowledge and writing skills.
I think this photo says it all.
Grandma Button’s Moleasses Cookie Recipe: grandma-buttons-molasses-cookie just in time for Mole Day 10/21
Sign up today for the Math Explorer’s Club at Cornell University. For more information see the information on the link: http://www.math.cornell.edu/m/Community/mec
The Library of Congress posted a really nice article on the signing of the Constitution and the Battle at Antietam. Here is the link: https://www.loc.gov/item/today-in-history/september-17/?loclr=fbloc Primary Source of the photo below accessed September 18, 2016 https://memory.loc.gov/mss/mgw/mgw4/097/0200/0243.jpg
The K-12 teacher of chemistry program will take place on Friday, October 7, 2016.
All workshops are at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Binghamton, NY on Friday, October 7th
starting at 8 AM and running to about 4 PM. Location will be the Sterling room.
Any questions? Please contact Diana Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-743-9528
For the flyer, click here: K-12 Teacher of Chemistry Flyer NERM 2016
The metric system was based on tens. The international system of units is based on thousands. Once you get rid of the centimeter and go straight to the millimeter, students understand the simplicity of measurement with SI. We need to stop assessing students’s ability to measure using centi as an appropriate prefix.
The K-12 session of the Northeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society will take place on Friday, October 7, 2017. Cost is $35 and the location is Binghamton, NY. For more information: K-12 Session Flyer
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