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From: Kohl, Laurel(Energy Institute) (KohlL@easternct.edu)
Date: Mon Dec 16 2002 - 10:43:19 EST

  • Next message: Alaaddin Akgul: "[Channel-talkenergy] Information about TIM Contraptions"

    Hi Aladdin,
    Please send us all information about the "TIM" program.
    Thanks,
    Laurel

    Laurel Kohl
    Institute for Sustainable Energy
    Eastern Connecticut State University
    83 Windham St.
    Willimantic, CT 06226
    860.465.0256
    kohll@easternct.edu

    -----Original Message-----
    From: Alaaddin Akgul [mailto:alaaddin@dr.com]
    Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2002 1:55 PM
    To: channel-talkenergy@learner.org
    Subject: [Channel-talkenergy] Hands on Activity about Forms of energy

        Oh well I think this is first time sending a message about Energy.First
    of all I like Energy project. Cat traption project is really good to explain
    the energy conversion. When I compare applying this project in real life or
    analyzing on the Web, I prefer to make Internet activity. Of course time is
    #1 issue for me. Yesterday in the PBS kids, they do similar activities.
    Only problem was too much time to prepare the apparatus and little time to
    observe the result.Kids also told how hard they worked. If the purpose is to
    teach kids how energy is converted, Web activity Allison gave is right on
    target.

        I also know a computer game named "TIM" which is really cool to play.
    This is a cheap, one or two floppy disks game having lots of hands on
    activity inside. You establish a system to fulfil a certain task. You have
    cats mouse balls and lots of stuff to do a certain task which I do recommend
    for K12 kids. This game is also found very useful for kids with special
    needs.A friend of mine used in the hospital for mentally damaged children.

    By the way I teach Physical Science for 6th and 8th graders in a charter
    middle school close to Atlanta. We adopted experiment based Science
    curriculum called as "FAST".

    Aladdin Akgul, Science Teacher
    Fulton Science Academy, Middle school
    Alpharetta GA

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