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Annual “You’ve Been Boo’d” Campaign – Free, Printable Halloween Fun from Carson-Dellosa

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Sunday, 31 October 2010 22:18

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Annual “You’ve Been Boo’d” Campaign – Free, Printable Halloween Fun from Carson-Dellosa

Be the first teacher at your school to start the annual Boo-ing tradition this Halloween with Carson-Dellosa’s printer friendly “You’ve Been Boo’d” Ghost PDF. Boo-ing is totally fun and best of all, our Boo-ing Ghost and easy instructions are free! Just log on to www.carsondellosa.com/boo or visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CarsonDellosa.

Boo-ing is a fun way to spread the Halloween spirit. Carson-Dellosa has created a special “You’ve Been Boo’d!” Ghost for teachers so you can have your own secret Halloween fun!

HOW TO BOO:
It’s a fun little game that’s easy to do. You could make someone’s day and share a treat, too!

1. Log on to www.carsondellosa.com/boo and print out two copies of the “You’ve Been Boo’d!” Ghost PDF or visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CarsonDellosa.
2. Prepare two Halloween goodie bags filled with treats.
3. Secretly leave the “You’ve Been Boo’d” Ghost and a bag of treats for two teachers in your school.
4. Pass this posting on to your teacher friends at other schools.
The “You’ve Been Boo’d Ghost” PDF will be available through October 31st.

Last Updated on Sunday, 31 October 2010 22:26
 

Catalogue of Illusions

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Sunday, 14 December 2008 21:55

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No, we are not talking about a catalogue for magicians here, we are talking science. As you can see on this image, there seems that be imaginary black dots appearing randomly. This is an optical illusion. If you are teaching your students perception or just the five classical senses, this catalogue of optical illusions will be a success with your students as they will be amazed by what they see. The catalogue includes illusions in the following categories : Geometrical illusions, Lightness illusion, Color illusion and Anomalous motion illusion. Some classical optical illusions include : Müller-Lyer illusion, Ebbinghaus illusion, Zöllner illusion, Café Wall illusion, Fraser illusion and Poggendorff illusion.

 

Air Travelers

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Sunday, 14 December 2008 21:52

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If you are teaching the properties of fluids and the properties of air at the elementary level, the web site "Air Travelers" will certainly be a good source of ideas then planning your lessons. It will provide you activities to explore buoyancy, the properties of hot air, the properties of helium and the effect of wind on a balloon. There is also a guide in PDF to build a hot hair balloon with all the details. There is a teacher guide and well as a section providing the science background information to truly understand hot air balloons. In the gallery section, you can watch pictures and videos of hot air balloons.

 

DEGREE IMPACT

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Wednesday, 24 February 2010 22:19

One of a Kind Tools for Teachers

 

DEGREE IMPACT develops applications that help teachers calculate and understand the financial advantages of earning advanced degrees.

We develop powerful one-of-a-kind salary tools that:


• Show teachers how their salary compares to teachers in other states
based on their degree and years of experience

• Compare districts within states

• Show teachers how an advanced degree will impact their salary and pension

Normally these results take hours, but the information is available in seconds – with a detailed analysis based on your school district’s salary schedule, the level of degree pursued, the number of years it will take to earn the degree and the number of years you plan to continue teaching. Everyone knows the cost of obtaining a degree is expensive. With DEGREE IMPACT, teachers can see what the degree pays.

Educators get FREE access to all applications. There is NEVER a charge. Our applications run online, so there is no software to download or install.

Visit DegreeImpact.com and get free access to our one-of-kind family of tools

 

New ESA educational video `Feeding our future'

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Monday, 25 January 2010 22:07

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There are of course many technical challenges when planning missions to the Moon and beyond, but there is another important question: what should the astronauts have for dinner?

A new ESA educational video Feeding our Future – Nutrition on Earth and in Space examines food as a vital part of life on Earth and in space. It shows why we need food in the first place and what it represents in our culture and daily living.

Check it out here


Last Updated on Monday, 25 January 2010 22:13
 
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