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Posted at: 2019-07-20 16:44:24
I have about 8 billion things on my Back to School to do list, but this is a BIG one I’ve already checked off! ✅✅✅12 NO PREP Back to School Teambuilding and Character Building Challenges!? Yes please! My kids absolutely loved them last year! I’m just adding STEM Bins and my new Teambuilders and I’m good to go! 🎉💗Can’t wait!!
#teachoutsidethebox#teacher#teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram #iteachk#iteachfirst#iteachsecond#iteachtoo#stem#stembins bit.ly/stembinsteambuilders
Posted at: 2019-07-20 14:27:51
50 years ago on this day, men took their first steps on the Moon. Get inspired by some of the #STEM women who made it possible! 👩🚀🌝🚀 (📸: @unwomen)
Posted at: 2019-07-20 15:46:40
I’d say I was just an average student in high school. Those years were filled with “what if I can’t do it”, “what if I fail this exam” “what if I can’t get into uni”... the worse was probably “what if I’m not smart or good enough to become a nurse” - yep I was doubting myself all the time. I didn’t have enough faith in myself, I hardly gave myself credit, even if I achieved the marks I’d be delighted to get, I hardly ever celebrated those successes and always had the “why can’t I do better” thought.
I was inspired from a young age to enter healthcare. I don’t think anyone knew this but I had doubts about entering nursing, not because I wasn’t sure if i wanted to become a nurse, but because I had that mindset of “I’m not good enough”. I was afraid about what others may have thought if I told them so I didn’t mention anything about nursing in the first half of my final high school year. I lied saying that my dream was to study music or science (even though I was considering them as my course preferences too).
Then sometime throughout that year, I realised it was time to stop letting myself get in the way of where I wanted to go, what I wanted to achieve and what I wanted to pursue. I decided to stop caring about other people’s opinions about my career choice. I decided to turn my thoughts around and started to think “What if I can do it”, “what if I’ll be a great nurse”. So I applied, putting nursing as my top preference, completed my final year exams, got above the score I needed to enter nursing and here I am now.
What I’m saying is, as soon as you stop doubting yourself, as soon as you never stop persevering, things will fall into place. I use to underrate the “anything is possible if you believe in yourself” quote, but now I’ve started to realise how important it is to believe in yourself.
I’m still learning, I’m still a stubborn person who sometimes doubts herself, which I believe is normal. I also created this studygram in hopes that I’ll allow myself to celebrate my achievements and look back at how far I’ve come.
So whatever you’re going through right now, block out those negative thoughts and start thinking positive✨
there is no exam, no application, no situation that is greater than your ability to handle it.
i’ve been there. i’ve felt the anxiety. i’ve cried in the library the night before exams. i’ve pulled involuntary all nighters before things because i couldn’t sleep due to the stress.
and each time, it all turns out ok.
here’s a few ways to beat that anxiety leading up to a test, or a speech, or an interview or application, whatever big thing it may be for you.
1. prepare as much as possible. if it’s an exam, help yourself out by studying in advance and allow yourself to take it slow instead of cramming the night before. if it’s a grad school / upper level medical application, make sure you have checked off all the boxes so you’re not stressed about not fulfilling the basic requirements. have them done way before you need to apply. if it eases your heart, do what i’m doing and take a gap year to give yourself more time to take it slow and enjoy the journey. if it’s an interview, pick out your outfit early so you know that you have all the pieces
2. learn the boundary between being prepared and over-preparing, and respect it by keeping your distance. if you followed me during the school year, you know i SUCKED at this. i pulled all nighters for every orgo exam but my final. it took me that long to realize that my anxiety was getting the best of me, and that i would be better prepared with a rested brain than a few hours of reviewing material that i had already learned. if you’re noticing that your anxiety is impacting your ability to prep, it’s a good time to take a break. don’t let your anxiety convey to you that you’re inadequately prepared. you know you’ve put in the work. you know you’re ready.
3. get places early! this one is just... self explanatory. show up to tests and interviews early. don’t spike your adrenaline by having to sprint to your destination. by arriving to exams early, you give yourself time to go over those little things that you may just need a baby refresh on!
4. don’t pay attention to what other people are doing. run your own race. find joy in your own journey. it’s a long one, so get cozied up and confident in yourself.
Follow @wormbinproject for a daily status on the worm bin.
First tray is already full! Time to start seeing decomposition without the obstruction of additional food scraps 🤩
Already starting a second tray (swipe.) I'll be giving the bin a rest to let the worms multiply and catch up, though. Overfeeding the bin may allow food scraps to sit longer than they need to, which could give way to other organisms like fruit flies to get to them before the worms. If that happens, my go-to solution is more bedding.
Excited to see the daily progress!
This NSF-RET Program, focus on traditional and modern manufacturing, has provide new knowledge to teachers who will share with their students, New lesson plan with laser processing and 3D printing will be integrated intro engineering class. The hands-on activities help students to be familiar with modern manufacturing technologies while inspiring them for engineering careers.
This NSF-RET Program provides participant with knowledge and hands-on experience in traditional and modern manufacturing at Texas A&M. Within six weeks, participant learn various topics including technical sketching, metrology, CAD (computer aided design) and manufacturing, Additive manufacturing, and surface engineering. #3dprinting#cncmachine#manufacturing#stem#engineering#texas
This week, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of an important event in human history. It is none other than the historic Apollo 11 Mission where mankind stepped on the moon for the very first time.
The bravery of the crew had marveled a generation to dream big, be bold, and to dedicate their lives to the natural sciences and engineering. In similar fashion, we had the opportunity to hear about the experiences of individuals in the Singapore space industry who would be inspiring the next generation with their accomplishments.
As countries all around the world commemorate the “Giant Leap For Mankind”, we are heartened by the huge turnout at the MoonGazers event organised by the Art Science Museum of Singapore. I hope you are excited about what’s to come over the next 50 years of Space Exploration for mankind.
Chinese researchers have created a safe and efficient technology to edit RNA, which could largely avoid side effects and ethical concerns from previous gene-editing technologies.
CRISPR relies on the delivery chemically modified guide RNAs, which may lead to aberrant effector activity, delivery barrier or immunogenicity, Wei Wensheng, a Peking University biologist and leading researcher of the latest technology, told the Global Times on Wednesday.
On the contrary, the latest technology, called leveraging endogenous ADAR for programmable editing of RNA (LEAPER), makes uses of native proteins and does not change DNA directly, thus would not bring about heritable changes and is precise and safe, Zhou Zhuo, another member of the research team, told the Global Times.
Cellular-level experiments over the past two years have shown that LEAPER achieved editing efficiencies of up to 80 percent, according to Zhou. He said that the team is now testing LEAPER in rats.
LEAPER is active in a broad spectrum of cell types, including multiple human primary cell types, and can restore the deficient cells of patients with Hurler syndrome without evoking innate immune responses.
[credit: ◆Leng Shumei, Global Times
Posted at: 2019-07-21 04:15:58
Here’s a story, bout a man named Charlie, who was leading a team for #esriT3G... Had such a great time today!
Posted at: 2019-07-21 04:15:47
Today marks the 50th Anniversary of the moon landing! Who knows where we’ll be in another 50 years...
Our mission is to educate, and by doing so, inspire dreams of pursuing the stars. Celebrate this special anniversary by helping us succeed in our mission to educate and inspire - visit our website wyomingstargazing.org and check out some of the resources we have! Add our free Friday night stargazing programs to your calendar, or schedule a program with us and explore the world above the Tetons!
Visit the NASA website for videos of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and Apollo.mem-ten.com for more cool enhanced photos!
Here’s a #throwback that I’m using to honor the determination, innovation, and faith of those that took us to the moon 50 years ago! #apollo11 #apollo50
Admiring the red rocks at Valley of Fire State Park, while thinking about future admiration of red rocks on the Red Planet. •
We made great progress 50 years ago, more progress since then, and I hope the same faith, innovation, and determination of that decade will soon ignite once more for even greater progress.
May the same shift in our education system through more #stem#education be brought to our government. But, with another subject added, history, making it #STEHM : Science, Technology, Engineering, History, and Mathematics
If our leaders were to study more history, they’d understand that we could create a more efficient and effective government through public and private relationships, that’ll help us achieve such accomplishments as the #apollo missions! Just take a look at what Elon Musk and other space entrepreneurs are doing, imagine the partnerships between: the US Space Force, NASA, and the private sector - #mars here we come!
Another weekend post!
Yes, my lab mate described me well! I was about to die from exhaustion that day! 😂
So, what should I do when I get so exhausted physically or mentally?
These past two weeks were full of works, and I was so stressed. I think this same level of stress will continue until I graduate since this is the last part/chapter of my PhD journey.
So, how should I continue and how should I survive this?
I had this same level of stress last December when I was trying to finish multiple experiments in a short period of time. I used to work for long hours then go outside to have fun with my sister to vent out all the stresses. When I was done, I was proud of what I had achieved.
Thinking about it, I ask myself should I put myself under that stress again? How should I handle this?
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