ESA - Space for Kids - Life in Space - Gravity and weightlessness. Our everyday lives involve such activities as sitting, walking, picking up things from the ground and lying in bed.
None of these activities are possible in orbit. Once a spacecraft reaches orbit, everything inside it appears to be weightless. Anything (or anyone) that is not tied down will float. Astronauts first feel the effect of weightlessness when the rocket engines are turned off. Straight away, they begin to float, held down only by seatbelts. Without the effect of gravity, blood and other body fluids begin to flow towards the head. 琳達‧克維曼: 如何拯救壞學校？無畏的領導，努力的愛. People in prehistory were not stupid. Hi, this is Kim Biddulph here, Schools Prehistory Director.
It has been my life’s goal to prove to children and adults alike who visit museums, historic houses and archaeological sites that I have worked at that people in the past were not stupid. I consider it a triumph if someone I have talked with has the spark of revelation that people in the past were just like us. Me teaching a shadow puppet session when I worked at the Pitt Rivers Museum, drawing done by the head of education there, Andrew McLellan I am helping the Pitt Rivers Museum develop a Stone Age workshop at the moment and I count it particularly important to ensure that the philosophical approach to people in prehistory is the same as that museum’s approach towards the makers of many of the objects in the collections from around the world.
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Open Culture has this huge list featuring over 600 free audio books. These materials are arranged into three main categories that include: fiction & literature, poetry, and non-fiction. The fiction section has the lion’s share with over half of the titles included in the entire list. Movers & Shakers 2015 — Educators. Fail-Safe “I think we need to teach and show students that failure is a very real part of life and learning,” says Sherry Gick, who was the librarian for Rossville Consolidated Schools in Indiana for five years before becoming the district’s K−12 library and instructional technology specialist in 2014.
Gick embraces the pedagogy of “meaningful failure,” emphasizing the process of learning. “The library is a great place to demonstrate this and allow students to try many different things,” she says. Creating both a physical and mental space that “students don’t want to leave” was part of Gick’s initiative to develop a safe space for kids. Learning - Art and Design: Learning resources and online courses. The Corinthians in Corinthians. Figure Analysis The Corinthians sure get lots of screen time in the Bible, but just who were they?
And why does Paul spend so much time writing letters to their little neck of the woods? The Corinth of Old Ancient Corinth was a lovely little town, which was located in the southern part of Greece on the Isthmus of Corinth. PRIMARY: Paul Klee. This term Primary have been studying the artist Paul Klee.
Miss Kate began her lessons by teaching a little about the life and work of the artist. Our first lesson involved creating collages inspired by his piece named Dancing For Fear. The children have been working on many different skills in art inspired by his painting Golden Fish. This includes fish printing, using real fish to print! Aperture: Science Time: Potato Science. CBBC - Horrible Histories. nQuire It. Learning, made joyful - Memrise.
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Photograph by Ray Boland, NOAA. This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license. Worldwide Garbage Patches The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is not the only marine trash vortex—it’s just the biggest. The Atlantic and Indian Oceans both have trash vortexes. Free Teaching Resources, Lesson Plans & Worksheets – Promethean Planet. Zaption - Interact & Learn with Video Lessons.
BBC Bitesize - KS2 Science - The invention of tarmac. Peer group pressure. Positive; peer; pressure; negative; group; friend; safe; reaction; decision; bad; mistake; consequence; trouble; trust; change; choice; discrimination ; Contents It is important for kids to feel that they fit in with their peers - other kids in your group or school or neighbourhood.
But sometimes you may find yourself doing something because others are doing it, but it makes you feel uncomfortable or not safe. You always have the right to say no to something that you don't feel right about. Sometimes it is hard to say no to your friends - perhaps you need to learn how to keep out of situations that could lead to trouble. Food Rationing during World War 2. Before the Second World War started Britain imported about 55 million tons of food a year from other countries.
After war was declared in September 1939, the British government had to cut down on the amount of food it brought in from abroad as German submarines started attacking British supply ships. There was a worry that this would lead to shortages of food supplies in the shops so the British government decided to introduce a system of rationing. Rationing made sure that people got an equal amount of food every week. The government was worried that as food became scarcer, prices would rise and poorer people might not be able to afford to eat. TED-Ed. View full lesson: When we talk about ‘English’, we often think of it as a single language.
But what do the dialects spoken in dozens of countries around the world have in common with each other, or with the writings of Chaucer? Claire Bowern traces the language from the present day back to its ancient roots, showing how English has evolved through generations of speakers. The Internet of School Things. Educational Videos for Teaching Media Literacy. Shopping Cart (0 Items) Browsing as Guest. (Login) Educational Videos About Media, Culture, and Society For The Classroom.
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