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Daily Archives: Friday, May 30, 2014
Robots will simply replace people on the job. In fact, they can become our essential collaborators, freeing us up to spend time on less mundane and mechanical challenges. Rodney Brooks points out how valuable this could be as the number of working-age adults drops and the number of retirees swells. He introduces us to Baxter, […]
Economist Andrew McAfee suggests that, yes, probably, droids will take our jobs — or at least the kinds of jobs we know now. In this far-seeing talk, he thinks through what future jobs might look like, and how to educate coming generations to hold them. Future Jobs
EMTs save lives in many ways.
Thank you to Gina Dalle Molle for sharing this infographic with Circles of Innovation. According to her, this image presents basic steps for finding the main idea using an image as an example. This could be an attention getter or first step before moving to finding the main idea in a paragraph. I like the […]
Create the play field you want for the rest or your life
Here is an infographic on student success planning. What kinds of traits do successful people have?
Click the ScienceBlog link to find an interesting blog discussion on this topic. Brain cells can grow back???? [click here]
Author: Luke Leonard Discipline: Humanities Title: From World War to Star Wars: Malevolence and Bismarck Categories: Star Wars, WWI, Bismark, wars Tags: bismark, malevolence, star wars the clone wars, world war II, Y-Wing Introductory Text: I was struck by this blog on the similarities between Star Wars war, the Clone War, and WWII. The […]
Author: Luke Leonard Discipline: Humanities Title: Vacation in NY with Superheroes Categories: Infographic, New York, Superheroes Tags: Infographic, New York, Superheroes Text: After searching for hours for something interesting and giving up, I went back to preparing for my Supervillains class in the Fall and I stumbled upon this map. One thing […]
Author: Leighann OstrowskyLeonard Discipline: psychology Title: update of jani, childhood onset schizophrenia Categories: psychology, abnormal psychology, schizophrenia Tags: childhood, psychology, abnormal psychology, schizophrenia Introductory Text: This article and video is used in class when discussing child psychopathologies and how rare it is for a child to have schizophrenia and how hard it is on family with family […]
Author: Leighann Ostrowsky-Leonard Discipline: Psychology Title: Dolphin Illusion Introductory Text: This is used in my class as a discussion prompt to begin talking about perceptions and schemas between what adults and children see in this illusion. To begin the lecture on nature vs nuture. I have my students look at the illusion […]
Laboratory safety is mandatory!
This classroom presentation will encompass various test taking techniques: The following links will explain this lecture! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQBMEe81j4E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWx9Xj-t0Xg&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VwS7bc6Up0Y&feature=related
I’ makin’ protein baby! [click on this link to see a video short] Now seriously. What is a protein? It is a complex polymer molecule made up of repeating sub-units or monomers called amino acids. What does a protein look like? [click on this link to see a picture of the protein – insulin] Proteins […]