Posts Tagged "technology"

For those science, tech and just plain geeky teachers who couldn’t spring a ticket to Comic Con going on this week in San Diego, here is perhaps the next best thing: a Google+ hangout at 12 p.m....
Fri., July 19, 2013 9:17am
Here’s a riddle: How many flags does it take to get Fast Forward's attention? Trick question. We’re always paying attention. (I would have also accepted six.) In case you haven’t guessed from that...
Fri., July 12, 2013 1:20pm
Fast Forward recently made a trip to the Georgia Ports Authority in Savannah. And if you’ve ever been shopping in the state of Georgia, chances are you’re familiar with their work. They’re in the...
Fri., June 28, 2013 1:51pm
Fast Forward started the week with The Cogdell Berry Farm and Kia Motors table reads, and I was so excited that I went home and bought some blueberries that same evening. I would have bought a car,...
Wed., June 26, 2013 3:36pm
Hollywood South. That’s what people are calling Georgia. At least they will soon (if I have anything to say about it, that is). With the film and television industry growing faster than ever, more...
Wed., June 12, 2013 2:20pm
There’s something in the air, and I am not referring to the pollen. It’s Emmy season (Fast Forward was recently nominated for 4 Regional Emmy’s) and we are in the home stretch of filming season 2 of...
Mon., June 10, 2013 4:48pm
Our neighbor here in Midtown Atlanta, Georgia Tech, has a place that is dedicated to the enhancement of STEM education for students and teachers. The Center for Education Integrating Science,...
Tue., April 9, 2013 3:35pm
As video specialist, and queen of equipment inventory here in the Education and New Media department, I get first dibs on any new cameras and accessories that come in…I love, love, love this part of...
Thu., February 28, 2013 3:53pm
How can you convince your students that there is a future science, technology, engineering and math genius living inside of them and they just don’t know it? Share the story of Kenyan teen Richard...
Wed., February 27, 2013 11:13am
Recently, one Georgia teacher’s child fell victim to the flu, so she did what was necessary and stayed home with her son. Fortunately, a substitute teacher was available to continue the lesson plans...
Thu., February 7, 2013 10:11am

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