Tue, May 08, 2012 12:41 AM in motion sickness!
others have commented the same. It was specifically the motion of light waves. It was most likely being tired and the glasses. But it is over now, thank goodness. Thanks...
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Sat, Apr 28, 2012 1:38 AM in motion sickness!
Using a laptop, so not unusually close. I had to take the test three times to pass, so I'm pretty sure it was the repetition. Thanks for the concern. Live and learn...
Tue, Apr 24, 2012 12:32 AM in motion sickness!
I teach Special Ed and it is a concern of mine. I do not believe that this could predict seizures, but it is common for students who are known to have seizures to limit their exposure to computer use for extensive sessions. It's the staring issue more than the movement. For me, personally, I have motion sickness riding certain elevators!!!! I do not go to 3D movies. It was just really strange that...
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Sat, Apr 28, 2012 1:52 AM ocean power
I was searching for an easier way to explain to my special ed group of students about the impact of using our oceans as an energy source, since we live in the middle of the Pacific. We already investigated dams and hydro-power, but there was no relation since we don't have any dams of such force. When I read about the possible negative impact to our ecosystems, they perked up. We found a local news story about that very generator coming to Hawaii. They say timing is everything, It began an insightful conversation in the class. Thanks to just a few words in one of the articles in this SciGuide.
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Thu, Mar 29, 2012 1:55 AM classroom management tools
many great tips on first day management. As a new teacher I always look for ways to start off on the right foot, to set the right tone.
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