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August 31, 2006

Microscope Mania Sweeps 7th Grade Science (VP)

Mrs. Larkin and her students made this video podcast to show us all of the engaging learning experiences they had with their unit on microscopes. You can also view this video podcast in your browser at this link.


Posted by Tim Tyson at 03:00 PM

Gummy Bears Teach Scientific Method (VP)

Gummy Bears were used in 7th grade Life Science to teach students the scientific method. This video podcast by Mrs. Kulkarni and her students is an overview of the lesson, procedures, vocabulary, and knowledge Mrs. Kulkarni's students learned. You can also view this video podcast in your browser at this link.


Posted by Tim Tyson at 02:53 PM

August 24, 2006

GIA Agents Conduct Global Investigations (VP)

Mrs. Glenn's 7th grade G.I.A. (Glenn's Intelligence Agency) agents begin their global investigations. Learn about what 7th grade social studies is up to @ Mabry!

You can also watch this podcast in your browser at this link.


Posted by Tim Tyson at 06:33 PM

Science Rocks @ Mabry (VP)

Mrs. Larkin's 7th grade science students learn about the scientific method through an experiment with Gummy Bears. Learn all about the scientific method and their findings.

You can also watch Mrs. Larkin's students' podcast in your browser at this link.


Posted by Tim Tyson at 06:23 PM

August 22, 2006

Dr. Tyson's Student Challenge for 2007 (VP)

At the beginning of each year Dr. Tyson meets with all of our Mabry students to review important school rules and routines as well as to challenge our students to do their very best work. In this video podcast, he talks with Mabry students about character, persistence, commitment, kindness, and other important aspirations. If you are new to Mabry, you will certainly want to listen carefully to his hope for your future.


Posted by Tim Tyson at 06:42 PM

Chorus at Mabry (VP)

This video podcast from our chorus teacher, Mrs. Smith, showcases her students' work last year with the musical production Cinderella. You can view the video podcast in your browser at this link. Enjoy!


Posted by Tim Tyson at 06:34 PM

August 16, 2006

Life Science @ Mabry (VP)

Ms. Larkin, one of our 7th grade Life Science teachers, put together an excellent video podcast overview of the Inquiry-based Life Science program at Mabry Middle School. As our 7th grade science teachers participate deeply in collaboration, we decided to share this with the whole Mabry family. You can view this podcast through your browser by clicking on this link. Or, you can download it and play it through iTunes on your computer and even sync it to your video iPod.


Posted by Tim Tyson at 04:35 PM

August 09, 2006

Work Commissioned for the Mabry Symphony (VP)

The Mabry Middle School Symphony Orchestra received a special invitation to perform for the 2006 Georgia Music Educators' Association Conference in Savannah. For this performance, a new work was commissioned for our symphony, The Star of Valor, by composer Doug Spata. In this excellent video podcast, you can listen to our symphony perform this wonderful work. You can visit this link on the Mr. Doemel's blog to actually view the video podcast in your browser or click the button below to download the video podcast to iTunes on your computer for watching on your computer and for syncing to your video iPod.

I am very proud of our Mabry music programs and firmly believe they are surpassed by none in the United States!


Posted by Tim Tyson at 12:09 PM

Welcome to Mabry's Orchestra Program!

This podcast by our orchestra director, Mr. Chris Doemel, is an excellent overview of the orchestra program at Mabry Middle School. He provides a comprehensive overview of the program that will answer our most frequently asked questions. I invite all of our rising 6th grade students and parents to listen carefully to this wonderfully executed podcast!


Posted by Tim Tyson at 11:48 AM

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