We’re glad to say that the challenge forced us to think of wine in what we hope is a really new and fresh way, and the fun…well, hopefully you can see how much everyone enjoyed making the series.We believe that teachers have the power to guide students in rich scientific discourse through modeling, questioning, and feedback, while probing for deeper responses that help students explore their ideas more thoroughly.STEMscopes NGSS 3D is an award-winning, phenomena-based program that empowers your teaching of the Next Generation Science Standards.As a film crew we managed to chalk up nearly a million miles in the air and rented 70 cars on five continents.The only continent we didn’t visit was Antarctica, but if someone decides to do something fun with wine there it would be great to cross that one off the list in the next series…
And teachers, when observing their students, can understand a student’s grasp of scientific concepts, their ability to use appropriate and relevant evidence, and the thought process they used to justify how their evidence supports their claim.
In 1994, she graduated from Toms River High School North in New Jersey.
She studied acting at the La Ma Ma Experimental Theatre Club in New York City. In 1997, she appeared in the short film Single Spaced for her role as “The Dame”.
You can find out more about Matt and Matt’s trip round Italy here, where Joe challenges them to find wines to fill a case which represents the spirit of Italy.
We end each show with another film from a far-flung wine land and a final tasting with Matt and Matt.
Each show follows the same broad shape, with Matthew and Matthew welcoming Joe back from his travels at the Torre de Sol on the D’Amico wine estate on the Lazio/Umbria border in Italy. From immigration and the persecution of the Lutherans who fled to Australia, to the heroism of winemakers in World War 2 and the realities of climate change, we’ve tried to look at the world through wine and tell stories about the world we live in today, and how wine has been part of our history.