Welcome to Heads Up, a blogging experiment that aims to:
- connect the people, parts, and principles of Durham Academy;
- share ideas about learning and human development;
- spotlight a few of the many wondrous things I get to see every day at Durham Academy.
Thanks for reading the posts below — and sending news, links and ideas worth sharing.
Michael Ulku-Steiner, Head of School
When is paper stronger than steel?
AP Physics teacher Lou Parry shared a terrific video - the semester exam project of seniors Ambika Viswanathan and Jackson Few.
Click here to see their 3-minute video demonstrating the force of friction between two phone books - strong enough to snap metal . . . and earn them a decent grade on the exam and a compelling entry into the James Madison University physics contest.
Posted by in Upper School on Saturday January, 25, 2014
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