12 2 / 2014

thesnarkyschoolteacher:

I always see people commenting on Teach for America and alternative paths to teaching. I never really had a strong opinion one way or the other on any of these things. I’m wondering if that might change after today..

I was sitting in a PD with teachers from around our district. One was recently…

12 2 / 2014

12 2 / 2014

pbstv:

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12 2 / 2014

sagansense:

On Saturday, February 1st, 2014, a panel of esteemed presenters discussed the nature of the universe, possibilities of a multiverse, along with the biggest questions in fundamental physics.

We live in one universe. Is it unique? Is it required? How can we find out? These issues touch on the forefront of particles physics and cosmology, from the Large Hadron Collider to the edges of the visible Universe. This panel will bring together the leading scientists and thinkers working at both these frontiers to discuss how we can probe the fundamental fabric of reality. [source]

Speakers include Nobel Laureates Frank Wilczek, David Gross, and Brian Schmidt, along with scientists Wendy Freedman, Maria Spiropulu and Lawrence Krauss.

'The Great Debate: Parallel Universes’ (part 1, 2) is presented by The Origins Project and hosted by Lawrence Krauss, a theoretical physicist, cosmologist, Foundation Professor of the School of Earth and Space Exploration @ ASU and Director of its Origins Project.

sagansense:

On Saturday, February 1st, 2014, a panel of esteemed presenters discussed the nature of the universe, possibilities of a multiverse, along with the biggest questions in fundamental physics.

We live in one universe. Is it unique? Is it required? How can we find out? These issues touch on the forefront of particles physics and cosmology, from the Large Hadron Collider to the edges of the visible Universe. This panel will bring together the leading scientists and thinkers working at both these frontiers to discuss how we can probe the fundamental fabric of reality. [source]

Speakers include Nobel Laureates Frank Wilczek, David Gross, and Brian Schmidt, along with scientists Wendy Freedman, Maria Spiropulu and Lawrence Krauss.

'The Great Debate: Parallel Universes (part 1, 2) is presented by The Origins Project and hosted by Lawrence Krauss, a theoretical physicist, cosmologist, Foundation Professor of the School of Earth and Space Exploration @ ASU and Director of its Origins Project.