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Welcome to the 29th KORCOS International Education Conference! Below is your guide for conference day on March 14, 2014. Feel free to browse the schedule below before the conference. Use social media tools (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Foursquare) to link up with friends and colleagues so you can coordinate your schedules and maybe even attend presentations together.
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Friday, March 14 • 12:45pm - 1:45pm

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Discover ideas on incorporating real time data (including from public databases and student generated) into your Biology, Chemistry, and Physics lessons.  To include activities from various databases, vernier probes, and citizen science. Presented by three teachers from these disciplines.

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Ted Brattstrom

Korea International School
In no particular order: Planetary geosciences, impact structures and processes, chemistry, physics, astronomy, meteorites, meteorology (different from meteoritics which I also like), antarctica, penguins, travel, Boreo (Sarawak) insects, World Heritage, Amateur Radio (HL2ZAC / NH6YK)..... and more... stop by, have a chat.
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Jamie Halpin

Physics Teacher, Korea International School
Check out my blog at: http://jamiehalpin.wordpress.com/
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Kimberly Novak

Secondary Science Team, Korea International School

Friday March 14, 2014 12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room C206 HS/Admin Building

Attendees (15)