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Summer reading Assignment #3- Read letters/chapter 10-15 in “Letters to a Young Scientist”
What a New York State Earth Science Regents Exam looks like.
Paul will be located in this geographic area for the next few weeks.
- Get your set of Vector Trading Cards, Thanks to Mark P.!
David appreciates Dr. Wilson’s attempt to bin the biological sciences into three major archetypes of human experience.
What are your Myers-Briggs initials?
Paul likes the notion that Dr. Wilson never changed.
Pre-Historic Monsters Did The Strangest Things.
Next Episode- Read Chapters/Letters 11-15!
Camden B. recommends “Mover” for thought-free syncing between cloud platforms.
David suggests that this new-fangled “website” thing is going to be huge.
Kirk Knuffke plays the trumpet.
Paul likes getting students out of the classroom….sometimes to the “crick”.
Stony Brook’s wonderful CESAME Biotechnology teaching labs.
This Week's Topic: Mentoring New Teachers
“Sink or Swim” Student Teaching
What does a “natural teacher” look like?
How broken is the traditional model of teacher training?
The “cognitive coaching” model of teacher mentoring.