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Comment by Ryan Goble on May 7, 2009 at 11:31pm
Eric Kursman posted a great set of Game Show PPT templates in the forum that folks might want to download/ check out/ use:

PowerPoint Meets Game Shows - Template Time!

If you like them be sure to thank the Kurs
Comment by Lorne Schussel on May 5, 2009 at 3:13pm
The most influential science video I have ever seen is the "powers of ten."
It involves the relative perspective of the universe traversing roughly 20 different perspectives each at a different order of 10. Truly mind blowing,
I was wondering if anyone had an opinion.
Comment by Ryan Goble on April 20, 2009 at 7:13pm
Carol, we're working on building this group up (some are packed already - this one not so much yet). In the meantime you might check the Science Education Forum

and these posts about a Science teacher I've been working with:
#1. TEACHING: SCIENCE, ART OR CRAFT?
#2. LITERACY, SCIENCE & THE 4Ss
#3. VIEWING STRATEGIES: A CASE STUDY

I haven't done a ton of science posts but hope to do more in the future to get more science people in the MC POP mix!

Welcome to our budding science group!

Ryan
Comment by Carol Ross-Baumann on April 20, 2009 at 3:17pm
Hi! Hoping for some good discussion.
 

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