from my imagination while watching the frogs fall to the ground during
Magnolia. Why on earth were frogs falling to the ground? Why would
a director select such a way to tell his story? Hence, "flick" was
born as the perfect guide to the site.
a part in my junior high and high school science classrooms and are
now regular features in my university science education courses.
Flickclip is an
educational site. My "credentials" include being a former Ohio Teacher
of the Year, recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in
Secondary Science Teaching, consultant /author to the National Geographic
Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS),
American Physiological Society, Biological Science Curriculum Study
(BSCS) and Girls, INC. (please note that none of these organizations
are involved with this site). I am on the Board of Directors for the
National Association of Biology Teachers (NABT) and am a member of
NSTA, AETS, AERA, SSMA and numerous other educational organizations.
I currently teach at Miami University (Oxford, OH) and, of course,
am first in line to purchase tickets for any and all films I think
might be useful to this site.