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These ‘Resurrection Plants’ Spring Back to Life in Seconds |...

These ‘Resurrection Plants’ Spring Back to Life in Seconds | Deep Look

by kqedscience:

Rain falls and within seconds dried-up moss that’s been virtually dead for decades unfurls in an explosion of green.

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The word #object has come up a few times in the last week or so.  First I heard about composing with things…and started thinking about how “things”…particularly photographs help me with my writing.   318 more words


Where are the ants carrying all those leaves? by...

Where are the ants carrying all those leaves?

by kqedscience:

Humans have been farming for around 12,000 years. Ants have been doing it for 60 million.

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Making it Work: The Secret to Successfully Integrating Millennials into the Workplace

Lee Caraher
CEO DoubleForte

Acclaimed communication strategist Lee Caraher started DoubleForte as a new kind of communications firm designed to work with good people, doing good work for good companies by providing the best results and service in the business. 109 more words

Marketing Thought Leadership Podcast

Do Now Insects!

Hello again! Today I will be doing a quick blog post about KQED’s Do Now Insects, found here.

This do now discusses the possibility of incorporating insects into our food and diet. 179 more words

AP Biology

Learning in the Fast Lane: Winning the Battle for Focus and Attention

I was recently inspired by a tweet from KQED in N. California under the brand “Mind Shift” .. and my re-tweet is shown below. Not ironically, the… 221 more words


Why Kids Need to Move, Touch and Experience to Learn

When students use their bodies in the learning process, it can have a big effect, even if it seems silly or unconnected to the learning goal at hand. 1,649 more words