July 18th, 2014 (Day 8)

Today in History

This Day in History
1853 Hendrik Lorentz, Dutch physicist, Nobel Prize laureate, was born”He who has once seen the intimate beauty of nature cannot tear himself away from it again. He must become either a poet or a naturalist and, if his eyes are good and his powers of observation sharp enough, he may well become both”
1948 Hartmut Michel, German chemist, Nobel Prize laureate, was born
1966 Gemini 10 was launched from Cape Kennedy
1968 Intel was founded in Mountain View, California
2013 The Government of Detroit, $20 billion in debt, filed for the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history


Yesterday in Chicago

  Tech Tips


  • Day 7 [Thank you Fab Five]

 Today in Chicago

  Big Idea Post-It Note Wall
Today in History
World of Wonder
Readings and Discussion

  Tech Tips
  Maker Playground

Kits we played with:

    Explain It To Me Video Project DiscussionVideo Tutorials

   Reflection Time
   Video to End the Day



Prepare lesson and materials for Teaching Demonstration. Complete the following readings and be prepared to discuss in class


Due Next Week:

  • Teaching Demonstration Materials – Monday
  • Explain It To Me video project – Tuesday