Thursday, November 15, 2007
This is an image taken onboard Kaguya, a Japanese probe, on our moon. The rest of the details are from NASA. " The Moon's surface is a region near its south pole. On Earth, you can see Australia (center) and Asia (low right). The upper side of the Earth is the Southern Hemispher, thus Australia looks "upside down". Credit: JAXA/NHK.
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Here are my site suggestions for this week!
A collection of great teacher/student resources from Eduhound and Time Magazine.
Great resources by the teacher for the teachers.
Register and join Teacher Domain, sponsored by WGBH
There are a wealth of free video resources. This one caught my eye! Metals in Hydrochloric Acid
If you have heard of the 1-1 laptop for third world countries, for the next 12 days there is an opportunity for anyone to purchase one for themselves and donate one to a third world country( this means it is a 200.00 donation) as part of the 399.00 price. You can read more details here. I've ordered mine and can't wait to find out which country will get my donated one.
Enjoy your Thanksgiving break and I will have more ideas after that.