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Science and Math in Action Students:

Please Remember to Have Students Do Pre-Class Study and Work for Science and Math in Action Block: Class 1 This Week

Click here forĀ  a link to the materials for Class 1

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SERC Education in Now On Facebook

You can centralize all your updates about SERC programs in one place on Facebook. We’ll post home school information, public programs, special events, and special classes. Find us at SERC Education.


American Museum of Natural History Young Naturalists Award Challenge (for STEM)

Do you know students in grades 7-12 that love science and nature and conducting their own science experiment? The American Museum of Natural History, in New York, is hosting its annual Young Naturalist Awards challenge for students around the US. It is open to traditional students as well as home school students. If this sounds like your students or home school group please click here to follow this article to my blog for more information.

We Need Your Feedback About Home School Classes

Although the weather is cold we’re already planning home school classes for Spring. Please take this poll and help us with feedback about topics you’d like to see. You can also e-mail Karen at McDonaldK@si.edu with ideas.

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SERC Education is Now on Facebook

We have decided to create a SERC Education page on Facebook so that you can receive updates not only about home school but also camps, upcoming lectures, talks, special opportunities, weather updates, and more. We’ll live feed into the FB page from this blog as well. We’d like to invite you to join at: https://www.facebook.com/SERCEducation .


For those in the Science and Math in Action Block:

I added one new video that was brought to my attention by one of the home school parents. It’s a great video (26 min) by Disney using Donald Duck in Mathmagic Land. It very nicely covers the Golden Ratio and the magic of math found in every day life: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZH3PBdH5WQ

Film Class Students

Here are the links from the previous class about using Window’s Movie Maker and also lav mics.

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