KQED Forum Panel Tackles Engaging Kids in Science

April 26, 2010 at 4:41 PM 1 comment

Sue participated in a fascinating panel addressing Engaging Kids in Science on KQED’s Forum radio show last week. She mentioned it in passing in an earlier post, but I thought it deserved to be highlighted. It is well worth a listen.

From The Exploratorium: Engaging Kids in Science
With California schools facing a huge budget crisis, what’s being done to maintain and grow quality science education in the state’s K-12 schools? In a special remote broadcast from San Francisco’s Exploratorium, we look at innovative programs going on in the Bay Area to bring science to communities with limited resources.

You can listen online or download the mp3 version here.

Anne

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How/not to use www.storyofstuff.com Carbon Foot Print Calculations

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  • 1. Drake  |  August 13, 2010 at 3:35 PM

    Im bored) lets play three word story =)

    Three word story is a game in which a story is built by multiple people, who use three words each turn. It is a common favorite of forum gamers, since it is easy to explain and play in a linear, structured fashion. An example game goes as follows:
    * A fat man…
    * … walked into a…
    * … car and it…
    * … was very painful…
    * … but he jumped…
    * … back up and…
    * … dug a really…
    * … small cave that…
    * … had two red…
    * … cats coming out…
    * … from some smoke…
    * … though a blue…
    * … streak speeds by…
    * … forcing twenty wayward …
    * … evidences of fright…

    ok =)?
    Ill begin:

    I opened the door…

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