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storybots The StoryBots travel to the Land of the Lymph to learn how a cold virus spreads, how the immune system in our bodies fights viruses, and what we can do to stay healthier. (Wash your hands!) SUBSCRIBE: Wheeler's delayed choice experiment Wheeler's delayed choice experiment is actually several thought experiments in quantum physics, proposed by John Archibald Wheeler, with the most prominent among them appearing in 1978 and 1984.[1] These experiments are attempts to decide whether light somehow "senses" the experimental apparatus in the double-slit experiment it will travel through and adjusts its behavior to fit by assuming the appropriate determinate state for it, or whether light remains in an indeterminate state, neither wave nor particle, and responds to the "questions" asked of it by responding in either a wave-consistent manner or a particle-consistent manner depending on the experimental arrangements that ask these "questions."[2]

Uncovering Da Vinci's Rule of the Trees As trees shed their foliage this fall, they reveal a mysterious, nearly universal growth pattern first observed by Leonardo da Vinci 500 years ago: a simple yet startling relationship that always holds between the size of a tree's trunk and sizes of its branches. A new paper has reignited the debate over why trees grow this way, asserting that they may be protecting themselves from wind damage. "Leonardo's rule is an amazing thing," said Kate McCulloh of Oregon State University, a scientist specializing in plant physiology.

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PDQ Blog An inside look at some of the top teacher prep programs Today NCTQ released its Teacher Prep Review, which takes a close look at the quality of training provided by 2,420 teacher preparation programs across the country. Our results show that most have a long way to go to get teachers classroom ready from day one. But there are some programs that stand out. To paint a picture of what strong teacher prep can look like, we've created short videos on some of the programs that excel overall (Lipscomb University, Ohio State) or in particular areas (Louisiana State in elementary math, Arizona State in student teaching, and Morgan State in elementary and secondary content). It's programs like these that aspiring teachers should strongly think about applying to and that districts should look to recruit from.

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Math Worksheets, Printable Math Exercises for Preschool, Kindergarten, First to Sixth Grades On this page you will find printable math worksheets and puzzles arranged according to levels. We have worksheets from preschool, kindergarten, First grade to sixth graders. These mathematics worksheets are of the finest quality. Follow the links below to download. Sign up- Math Exercises by Grade - Preschool to 8th Grade - Click here InBrief: The Science of Early Childhood Development (Video) Search InBrief: The Science of Early Childhood Development This edition of the InBrief series addresses basic concepts of early childhood development, established over decades of neuroscience and behavioral research, which help illustrate why child development—particularly from birth to five years—is a foundation for a prosperous and sustainable society. View this video en Español >> Download PDF version of this InBrief >>

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En phase avec ^les commentaires précédents, même si, ne maîtrisant pas bien l'anglais, j'ai du mal à suivre. C'est du très bon, "american pédago", au très bon sens du terme. Vraiment intéressant. Je m'y replongerai. p.s. : si vous aviez quelques pistes de la même veine en franç serais preneur. by reel Aug 22

Ouai, je me suis dit la même chose... elle nous apprend que les maths c'est pas pour les "VIP" car on a tous plus ou moins cette idée que les maths c'est exclusif.. by castiel14 Aug 21

Voici une vlogueuse qui réussi à rendre les mathématiques attrayantes et amusantes. Le contenu ne pourrait pas être nécessairement enseigné directement dans les cours mais pourrait facilement servir d'amorce car il vient piquer la curiosité et l'intérêt de son auditoire. by maximeleblanc Feb 28

Un vlog plutôt qu'un blog, mais ô combien intéressant et pertinent au niveau de le pédagogie des mathématiques. J'adore écouter ses vidéos! by maximeleblanc Feb 20

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