Sports and dance provide a wealth of opportunities to learn science. This introductory physics lesson explores the physics of landing. Many young people experience traumatic injuries that are the result of landing from a jump. The impact of their bodies hitting the ground after accelerating from a height magnifies the weight of their body onto … Continued
The basic concept of the water cycle can be one that is hard for students to connect to larger sociocultural issues. In helping students set a sense of how the water cycle matters to their lives, this lesson uses the issues of The Flint Water Cycle to help students understand how the water cycle is a vital component in providing clean water for everyone. This lesson includes slides, lesson plans, and handouts to be used for instruction. All of the lessons are available in downloadable and accessible in MS Word and Powerpoint formats that you can adjust.
Virtual Reality (VR) offers a new world for contemporary science teachers. As the number of students with smart phones increases over the years educators will have access to devices that can provide amazing intellectual resources for students
The growing concern for providing access to science careers for African-American men has lead to many programs that attempt to provide students’ access to high end science education. We conducted a year-long study of one organization’s attempt to understand the challenges of teaching science in urban context. We monitored how the school’s leadership designed and … Continued
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