Emmy®, Telly, Aurora & International Platinum AVA Awarded Children's Series After investing a year in the show open and series' episodes, I accepted an opportunity on the other side of the country, and this show was handed over to a fellow artist. Awards list on TV station's website, the web-page is copied & attached to my LinkedIn profile as a PDF: http://www.broward.k12.fl.us/becon/about/awards.html Nominations & past wins: http://www.fortlauderdaleconnex.com/local-business/2675-becon-tv-nominated-for-three-emmys.html A full list of awards are on this PDF (note: I did not work on all these shows): http://www.scribd.com/doc/230913344/B-E-C-O-N-About-Us-Awards BECON's mission is to use broadcast television and the most current technologies to develop and deliver quality multi-media instructional, educational and community programming to enhance student achievement and life-long learning. BECON - Broward Education Communication Network owned and operated by the School Board of Broward County, provides curriculum-based instructional programs for classroom teachers, and broadcast programming on BECON-TV, a division of BECON, licensed by the FCC to provide non-commercial, educational programming to the South Florida community.+ More details
This was a show open for a science series for middle school kids entitled: Science Matters. I had accepted an opportunity across the country, but I had already invested a year in the show open and the series' shows. I place this clip here as an interesting aside to the final version. The series was eventually nominated for an Emmy twice, in 2009 (a few months after my departure) & 2011. It was awarded a Bronze Telly Award in 2010. #ScienceMatters #Emmy #EmmyNomination #Telly #BronzeTelly #BECON #BECONTV+ More details
Thanks to Robotics programs all over the U.S., increasingly more young women are discovering that the fields of science, math, engineering, technology and robotics are wide open to them. Watch this video featuring several members of St. Catherine’s Middle School Robotics Team and they will tell you why. Learn how they became involved in robotics and how they feel it will affect their future career choices.+ More details
The Virginia Commercial Space Flight Authority has reached an agreement with a Northern Virginia company on plans to launch rockets from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport. WCVE Public Radio's Charles Fishburne has this Science Matters Special Report. Video is courtesy of Orbital Sciences Corp.+ More details
Area middle and high school students, and students from The Faison School for Autism worked in the summer heat at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. They were planting and harvesting almost 10,000 lbs of fresh vegetables to feed children, grandparents and great grandparents in our community. Watch this Science Matters video to find out why they care and why it matters to Feed More.+ More details
A team from Virginia Tech is at Wallops Island tomorrow morning (Thursday, August 23), for the launch of a suborbital rocket, carrying with it their experiments--and their hopes for a future in space exploration. WCVE Public Radio’s Charles Fishburne has more in this Science Matters report. Video Courtesy of the University of Colorado.+ More details
This summer, Virginia students and teachers in grades 4-6 explored the possibilities of life on Mars as part of the Virginia Initiative for Science Teaching Achievement (VISTA) Summer Camp and Teacher Training Institute. VISTA is a partnership among 69 school districts, six universities and the Virginia Department of Education. The goals of VISTA are to improve science teaching and student learning in Virginia. Their innovative approach is to use problem based learning, student-led inquiry and a hands-on approach to both train teachers and teach students.+ More details
WCVE Public Radio’s Charles Fishburne recently reported on the contributions made by researchers at Hampton, Virginia’s NASA Langley Research Center that aided in the success of the NASA Mars Scientific Laboratory mission to deliver the Curiosity rover to Mars. In this WCVE Science Matters report, Charles tells us there is still a lot of Langley expertise on the surface of Mars.+ More details
The successful landing of the Mars Scientific Laboratory “Curiosity” Rover is due in part to the research conducted at Virginia’s NASA Langley Research Center, which goes back decades. WCVE Public Radio’s Charles Fishburne has more in this Science Matters special report.+ More details
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