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See how I built a hovercraft to teach my students Newton's laws of motion and rate calculations.
This is a lesson with resources and examples for engaging middle school students in projects illustrating polyhedrons.
Here's a fun idea that marries Halloween, Thanksgiving, and a math lesson about circumference.
Steps for creating a video library for a substitute teacher to use in order to take over a class when the primary teacher is unable to be there.
A lesson in convex and concave lenses that incorporates experience with dissecting a cow's eye
(AP Photo/The Tennessean, John Partipilo)
As I began this week’s blog, I am struck by the influence water (in one form or another) has had on me, both professionally and personally, this school year. Snow,...