June 14, 2022: The moon is visible before sunrise in the southwest, along with the morning planets in the eastern sky. The lunar orb is visible about two hours after sunset in the southeast.
January 15-17, 2022: The bright evening moon appears in front of the stars of Gemini.
July 27, 2021: Evening Star Venus, Mars, Saturn and Jupiter are in the evening sky. Mars is nearing its conjunction with Regulus in two evenings.
Puzzled. That’s the recent non-verbal response from a group of experienced educators when discussing web 2.0 opportunities. The conversation focused on the differences between threaded discussions, blogs and wikis, not the education implementation, transformation, and innovation that can occur when… Read More ›