Monday, March 7, 2016

February rundown of the most read posts





credits: NASA/Romeo Durscher
People in parts of Southeast Asia will see the sun in a new light on March 8, 2016 EST, (March 9 local time) during a total solar eclipse that will last over a minute in every location on its path.
As the moon passes precisely between the sun and Earth – a relatively rare occurrence that happens only about once a year because of the fact that the moon and the sun do not orbit in the exact same plane – it will block the sun’s bright face, revealing the tenuous and comparatively faint solar atmosphere, the corona.





NASA, in partnership with the Exploratorium Science Center in San Francisco, will host activities around the March 8 total solar eclipse, including opportunities to talk with solar scientists and live coverage of the eclipse originating from Woleai island in Micronesia.
Education:
Include this event into your science curriculum. Let your students participate in all the activities. Talking with solar scientists, watching the live coverage of the eclipse following the NASA media will be an exciting live lesson.
Teachers and students: For solar eclipse video resources, visit: NASA Eclipse.
I couldn't miss to share with my usual readers such a fantastic event as an introduction of the rundown of the most read posts in February.

Here are the most popular posts of the last month:

Schools : International Day of Women & Girls in Science 

#SID2016 at school: Let's play our part for a better internet ! 

Schools: The Present, a short film on teen disability 

Schools : Messy Mia: ebook on Ancient Technology

Éducation: on fête les 70 ans de Lucky Luke dans la salle de classe ?

Schools: Are you ready for Harry Potter Book Night ? 


Hope you are enjoying your classes. And of course you are creating new awesome activities exploring digital digital resources as video games, animated short movies, apps and social media to enhance the curriculum you are teaching. 

March is the month of Easter season.You will have some holiday time. So feel happy, wherever you are, you have a challenging job. Be creative! Don't lose your joy and spontaneity of teaching. 

Teaching is a challenging work with many unique frustrations, but the rewards of are numerable. Keep that in mind. 


Oh! Yes, tomorrow we will celebrate the International Women's Day ! And I will be back, for sure.


G-Souto 

07.03.2016
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