at the 2:32 mark, in answer to the question, "Where do you parents go on a date?"
Hat tip to Casey for sharing
November 14, 2012 10:27 PM
I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think.Socrates
Truth in Humor ---- It's come to this, folks
The 10 Essential Rules for Engagement
. . . .most high schools' science "experiments" are really "demonstrations," because they are "rigged" for the right answer, thereby disqualifying them as true experiments where outcomes are unknown.
"But 'broadening assessment' should be part of a larger teaching perspective that enables students . . . " -Ellliot Seif, former professor, Temple University
"You see us as you want to see us... "
"No one, after 12 years of Chinese education, has any chance to receive a Nobel prize, even if he or she went to Harvard, Yale, Oxford or Cambridge for college . . ." Yong Zhao
Would this EVER Happen in a School Setting?" . . . .up to 500 tech start-up newbies have gathered with industry veterans who dish on their "biggest fail" and lead round-table discussions with titles like "How to Conduct Yourself When It All Goes Off the Rails."
Man-Made Climate Change?The Colbert Report - VideoThe "I'm not a scientist" riff starts at the 2:50 mark. The entire video (under 5 minutes) is well worth the watch: The Colbert ReportGet More: Colbert Report Full Episodes,The Colbert Report on Facebook,Video...
Bring in the Hollywood budgets and special effects