The human skeleton is fully replaced every 8 to 10 years.
So say you command a ship in Star Fleet and you shoot photon torpedoes in a battle and they don’t hit the other ship, aren’t they still governed by Newton’s laws of physics? Don’t they just keep beaming through space until they finally hit something and most likely destroy it? Why do we never hear about this kind of collateral damage?
There are so many ways for students to collaborate online, but I’m looking for something in particular. My colleague needs a space where kids can post an argument analysis and attach the original science article (in pdf form probably), and where kids can read each other’s analyses and articles and comment (discuss) on them.
Any good ideas?
When we’re reminded of our own agency in such a positive way, it’s almost impossible not to feel optimistic. And that’s the positive effect the researchers were measuring in the M.I.N.D. Lab: excitement, joy, and interest. The more we fail, the more eager we are to do better. The researchers were able to demonstrate this: the right kind of failure feedback is a reward. It makes us more engaged and more optimistic about our odds of success.