The video above was shot just before the peak eclipse point on August 21, 2017. Below, the geese and hummingbirds grew confused and acted strangely.
Here’s a great job opportunity in an excellent school district working with wonderful people.
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“Come and join us as we explore the effects of two exercise modes on balance. The study will include repeated balance tests on a computerized test system in the pre-, middle, and post-training phases. It’s free and fun for everyone!
The study will start in February, 2013. Financial compensation and campus parking are provided” (Source).
Download flyer for full details.
The Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence provides world-class professional development for educators. The Institute provides on-site seminars, workshops and conferences; a teacher residency program; and funding for off-site professional development, especially Project Zero at Harvard University. The Institute draws on the research and ideas of leading educational thinkers and child development experts, and it blends theory with practical application, including the opportunity for teachers to observe, network and/or develop their craft.
The 2011 Martin Institute Summer Conference will be in Memphis, TN on June 15-16. This year’s theme is Teaching for Tomorrow, which focuses on 21st century skills. The world-class slate of presenters and workshop facilitators includes Bill Nye the Science Guy, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, Tom Barrett (@tombarrett), Paul R. Wood (@paulrwood), and many other outstanding educators and thought leaders.
The Martin Institute for Teaching Excellence is excited to announce that Bill Nye will be the keynote speaker for the 2011 Summer Conference.
About Bill Nye
Making science entertaining and accessible is something Bill has been doing most of his life. “My family is funny,” he says, “I mean funny in the sense that we make people laugh, not just funny looking.” Bill discovered that he had a talent for tutoring in high school, and while growing up in Washington, DC. He spent afternoons and summers de-mystifying math for his fellow students. When he wasn’t hitting the books, Bill was hitting the road on his bicycle. He spent hours taking it apart to “see how it worked.” <Read More>
Other featured speakers at the Summer Conference include Tom Barrett (a.k.a. @tombarrett), 21st century educator from Nottingham, England; Vaija Wagle, Harvard University Project Zero Group Leader; Carol Vukelich, distinguished educator in early literacy; and Tiffany Boyd, literacy coach and consultant with Heinemann Publishing.
Registration details for the Summer Conference are forthcoming. Sign-up to receive an email notification once registration begins. The 2011 Summer Conference will be held on Wednesday, June 15 and Thursday June 16, 2011, in Memphis, TN, USA.
The Tennessee Discovery Education Network Leadership Council (TN DEN LC) is hosting a professional development opportunity at the Apple Store in the Memphis area. These events are always informative and fun! During this time the Apple folks and the TN DEN will explore green screening and iPads. Join us for a great morning of learning! You won’t want to miss this!
Make your reservation soon as seating is limited.
Topic #1: iPads in the Classroom
Topic #2: Green Screening and iMovie
Date: Saturday, February 26th. 2011
Time: 8 am -10 am
Apple Store in Saddle Creek
7615 W Farmington Blvd Germantown, TN 38138
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