This one’s an assembly line making little LEGO cars. I wonder, if you had enough LEGOs and enough engineers, could you make robots make robots? LOL.
Filed under randomness, robotics
Dear “Ms. Frizzle,”
I am on the editorial staff of NSTA Reports, NSTA’s monthly newspaper. I’m writing an article for our May 2008 issue about science teacher blogs. Would you be willing to comment on your blog for the article?
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• Why do you blog?
• Has it helped your teaching? If so, how?
• Have you received feedback on your blog? If so, what did those persons have to say?
• Has it been challenging to keep up with your blog?
• What advice would you give a science teacher who is considering starting a blog?
Please feel free to provide your answers in an e-mail message (my address appears below). If you would like me to call you, please provide your phone number and suggest some dates/times I could contact you.
I hope to finish this article in early April, so I will need to hear from you fairly soon. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me using the information below.
Thank you in advance for any help you can provide.
Associate Editor, NSTA Reports
National Science Teachers Association…promoting “excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.”
My grandsons love Legos, and I help them put the kits together. We always have several pieces left over. They will love the video. Thanks for sharing.
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