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Sometimes string theory seems like it might be impossible to understand... but it's not! Anyone can understand the basics.
By Jordan Braun Steps: 7 Views: 5745
Our Solar System including the Sun and 8 planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune.
By 2 editors Steps: 15 Views: 20611
This playlist will discuss the reasons why game-based learning is an effective teaching tool and also how digital gaming can be used in a science classroom to accomplish learning goals.
By Lauren Zoerhoff Steps: 8 Views: 2525
This is the starting point for the Oceans project in first grade at Alexander Dawson School
By Thomas Kramer Steps: 8 Views: 3814
"Our goal is to provide high-quality, engaging and interactive Lessons for 5th-8th grade students that will increase the awareness of STEM careers while teaching science, technology, engineering and math through Challeng...
By Jeff Ski Kinsey Steps: 4 Views: 879
These websites are great for students and easy to integrate in your classroom. Most importantly, the benefit for students is awesome! Try them out!
By Carol Mortensen Steps: 5 Views: 4780
Here are some resources that should give you a better idea about "science", how science is organized, and the things that scientists do. Please work your way through this content and take some notes (curate some of this...
By Shawn Kimball Steps: 7 Views: 943
Tips and shortcuts to put symbols and equations on the web, Word, Open Office, and Google Docs.
By Jeanette Stein Steps: 11 Views: 5277
I believe that the technology and sciences of the 1920's are the most importent part of the 1920's.
By scooby doo Steps: 2 Views: 1979
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