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Reflection on Science and Film in a classroom at TTP 2009

As a fan of Science Fiction, in literature as well as on screen, my ears perked up when I heard that during TTP '09, there would be a science education section. I was curious to find out how film could be used in a science class and how students would learn from this type of teaching.

My curiosity paid off, Napoleon and Ryan's presentation on screening the film 6th Day in a science class,… Continue

Added by Caitlin Nagle on May 19, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Reflection on William Goldman at TTP 2009

I need to put my sense of awe and excitement out there to all you Ning-ers before I can launch into a reflection. It was such an honor to hear Mr. Goldman speak, one that even rivaled seeing Elmo. As a child I watched and re-watched The Princess Bride, imaging myself as Buttercup and my neighbor Wesley (a Goldman-esque stroke of luck) as Westley. My… Continue

Added by Caitlin Nagle on April 25, 2009 at 10:30am — 5 Comments


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