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ER vesicles accumulate on the phragmoplast.
PPB predicts where the cell plate will fuse with the side walls.
Here I wanted to play with the unique opportunity film creates for movement sequences. If I were to perform the series of movements presented here for an actual audience I would not be able to achieve the same effect. Film and editing allows for r...
Contemporary IV Weekly Rites 1
This is my first video this semester, and I just played around with different spaces in Mann Hall as well as I was exploring different contrasting and similar sounds that went along with my movement for this week.
Synchronicity was at play in the making of this video. (Be sure your sound is turned up.) Sometimes words and movement echo each other, sometimes movement and movement, sometimes sound and movement. What began as a chronicling of a gorgeous day an...
When I began the video, I just wanted to dance on a soft surface! As I moved, the mat became a floating zoo or arc that I navigated as if I were exploring or trapped. Alligator, lizard, monkey, insect. I ran out of ideas and almost stopped at 7 mi...
Music is inspiration. It is a way of expression, and movement with a dash of sound is magic. This is me in my natural habitat and my random radio playlists :)
Clickers in the Science Classroom, Anatomy of a Clicker Question by SEI Science Education Initaitve. Learn about using clickers in the classroom to assess and engage student learning