Rube Goldberg machines are incredibly complex machines designed to do one simple task. They’re a lot of fun to build and to watch, and offer engaging ways for students to learn about science. Designing (on paper or in...Read More
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If You Want To Teach The Difference Between Correlation & Causation, This Could Be The Video For You…..
It could be, that is, if you don’t mind using a beer commercial: Showing amazing stuff to the beer is supposed to make it amazing 🙂 I think it might work for my International Baccalaureate Theory of Knowledge...Read More
It’s always subject to change, of course, but it looks like next school year I’ll be teaching Beginning English Language Learners; United States History to English Language Learners; and my usual International...Read More
We ninth-grade English teachers had another great day of professional development with our school’s instructional consultant, Kelly Young at Pebble Creek Labs. He started off the day asking us three questions: What have...Read More
Memidex is a very impressive dictionary, and a lot more. Jim Burke just shared it on Twitter. It tells you just about anything you want about a word. I particularly like its word origins. I don’t think it’s...Read More