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Friday, March 6 • 1:00pm - 2:45pm
Understanding Light and Optics by Mark Davids

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Over 90 per cent of our brainpower is dedicated to processing visual images. What is light? How are images formed? Join us to explore these mysteries. We will use pinhole cameras, glass and Fresnel lenses, lasers, and new, “crazy cool” lab materials to discover how to construct an effective, coherent model of image formation. Hand-outs of classroom activities for participants.

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Mark Davids

Retired Teacher
Luckiest science teacher in Michigan. Taught at GP South HS for 34 years. Also presented to over 10,000 teachers at local, state, regional, and national workshops, seminars, conventions, and conferences. First teacher to bring Modeling in Physics workshops to MI.
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Sebastian Jolta

Director of Sales and Marketing, Arbor Scientific
Arbor Scientific is a leading provider of Physics teaching equipment. We work with teachers to find the "Cool Stuff" and then provide lesson plans and teaching supplies.

Friday March 6, 2020 1:00pm - 2:45pm CST
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