"One activity I have had success with is having students document a chicken wing dissection using their netbooks. As the students progress through the dissection, they use the webcam to photograph the various parts of the wing (ligaments, tendons,…"
I am a retired teacher with 31 years of teaching experience. Having taught Science/Computing/Geography/Outdoor Education/Math in Oregon (USA) (7 yrs), Paraguay (.5 yrs) and South Australia (23.5 yrs), I have a wealth of unique experiences that I would like to use to help improve STEM teaching around the world.
Currently I am on assignment for Australian Volunteers International with the Ministry of Education, the Republic of Kiribati, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean! My assignment is as an IT and Communications Mentor ...
Kiribati is one of the first countries that may disappear due to the effects of climate change, having an average elevation of less than 2 metres above sea level. It is a beautiful place, full of friendly people who live mostly a subsistence lifestyle. It suffers from the effects of imported products from Westernized countries ... it is quietly succumbing to the ills of the "developed" world.