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Ruth Howard

How to Encourage Critical Thinking in Science and Math | Teaching Science and Math - 5 views

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    Beaut list of queries to prompt extended queries. Love! 
John Pearce

Using Angry Birds to teach math, history and science - 4 views

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    "It doesn't seem to matter what age group or demographic that I talk to, kids (and adults) everywhere are fans of Angry Birds. As I was playing around with Angry Birds (yep I'm a fan too), I started thinking about all of the learning that could be happening. I have watched a two year old tell an older sister that "you have to pull down to go up higher". I have watched as kids master this game through trial and error. Being the teacher that I am, I started dreaming up a transdisciplinary lesson with Angry Birds as the base. I happened to be writing an inquiry lesson that has students look at inventions throughout time and thought: the catapult-that is an invention that has technology and concepts that are used even today. This is one of those inspirational moments that comes when you are drifting off to sleep and has you frantically searching for paper and pen to record as fast as the ideas come. So what did I do? I got myself out of bed and went to work sketching out a super awesome plan. Here is the embedded learning that I came up with"
Nigel Robertson

Teach Science and Math - 7 views

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    Google Doc templates for science and math teaching.  Aimed at secondary school, there may be examples that can be reworked for other levels.
graham hughes

The Futures Channel - 2 views

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    using new media technologies to create a channel between the scientists, engineers, explorers and visionaries who are shaping the future, and today's learners who will one day succeed them.
Lisa Dumicich

Exhibits Collection -- Amusement Park Physics - 0 views

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    The designers of the roller coaster carefully crafted this thrilling ride to be just that, but you're actually in less danger than you think. You face a greater threat of injury playing sports or riding a bike than you do on a park ride. Amusement park rides use physics laws to simulate danger, while the rides themselves are typically very safe.
dean groom

Sheppard Software - educational games and activities for kids of all ages. - 0 views

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    Lots of educational games for kids and older - chockers full of fund stuff for learning
riss leung

:: e-Learning for Kids :: - 0 views

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    Amazing site with loads of interactiove activities. Great for IWBs!
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