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Free Online Textbooks, Flashcards, Adaptive Practice, Real World Examples, Simulations

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Alternatives to YouTube Use the search engine below to find educational videos that are not hosted on YouTube. Some excellent educational content can be found on YouTube. However, many teachers cannot access YouTube in their classrooms. Therefore, I compiled a list of other places to find educational videos that don't rely on YouTube. 1. School Tube is a website dedicated to the sharing of videos created by students and teachers.

Biology GCSE and IGCSE Question Bank, questions for self-assessment or teaching, by D G Mackean Questions. Most of the questions are for self-assessment. The information can be found in the pages of GCSE Biology and IGCSE Biology. Sections 1-5 correspond to the sections in GCSE Biology and IGCSE Biology. Sections 6 and 7 are drawn from Chapters 30-39. Life in the Universe Frequently Asked Questions Reviews Praise for the Life in the Universe Curriculum "Teacher Ideas Press is to be congratulated for its fine work in bringing this special and original curriculum into print. Lessons are well thought through, interdisciplinary connections are provided as well as detailed materials lists, recommendations for further studies and in-depth educational background information ... Worlds of creative ideas ...

9 Ways to Tell If a New App Is Ready For Classroom Use At last count, there were over 80,000 educational apps available to teachers. While many of these may be a dream come true for educators, the dizzying array of choices is also a nightmare. Teachers just don’t have time to filter through thousands of apps to find the one that works best for the needs of their students.

The concept of different “learning styles” is one of the greatest neuroscience myths Are you a visual learner who writes notes in a rainbow of different colors, or do you have to read something aloud before it will sink it? Chances are, you’ve been asked a similar question at some point in your life, and believe the concept of different “learning styles” is perfectly valid. But, as Quartz reported in December, we all learn in fundamentally similar ways. And, as New York magazine reports, the idea that students learn differently depending on their personal preference for visual, auditory or kinesthetic cues is just a myth. In fact, it’s considered a “neuromyth,” which, as Paul Howard-Jones, professor of neuroscience and education at Bristol University, writes in a 2014 paper on the subject, is characterized by a misunderstanding, misreading, or misquoting of scientifically established facts. Other examples of neuromyths include that we only use 10% of our brain, and that drinking less than six to eight glasses of water a day will cause the brain to shrink.

Educreations – edshelf Educreations is a unique interactive whiteboard and screencasting tool that’s simple, powerful, and fun to use. Annotate, animate, and narrate nearly any type of content as you explain any concept. Teachers can create short instructional videos and share them instantly with students, or ask students to show what they know and help friends learn something new. Finished lessons are stored securely in your online Educreations account, so they’re available whenever and wherever you need them. Science identity development: an interactionist approach Edited byAnn Kim, California State University, Long Beach, USAGale Sinatra, Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California, USA The focus of this Special Issue is the development of science identity within an environment. It highlights the role of educational psychology constructs, such as interest and belonging that ultimately inform students’ science identity development. The Special Issue consists of six articles: an introduction, four empirical papers investigating the psychological experiences of students in various science spaces with a focus on the interactions between the individual and the context, and a commentary that will be published soon.

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Why America’s obsession with STEM education is dangerous If Americans are united in any conviction these days, it is that we urgently need to shift the country’s education toward the teaching of specific, technical skills. Every month, it seems, we hear about our children’s bad test scores in math and science — and about new initiatives from companies, universities or foundations to expand STEM courses (science, technology, engineering and math) and deemphasize the humanities. From President Obama on down, public officials have cautioned against pursuing degrees like art history, which are seen as expensive luxuries in today’s world.

Kami Kami wants to help educators and schools impacted by the COVID-19 As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to spread globally, we want to help students continue learning remotely. If your school is temporarily closed due to the coronavirus, please get in touch with us to get an immediate deployment of Kami to your entire school staff and students. Introduction: Evolution 101 : You are about to play NOVA’s Evolution Lab—a game that will help you to understand the ways scientists piece together the tree of life. But before you begin, watch the "Evolution 101" video and answer questions 1–5 below. 1-4. Click the button below to answer questions 1-4. Remember to refer to the video if you are not sure of your answers.

What's Missing From Education? Critical Thinking Stewart Lyman12/24/14 There is too little emphasis on teaching critical thinking skills in schools. Many adults have little understanding of important science and technology issues, which leaves them open to poor decision making on matters that will affect both their families as well as society in general. BrainPOP Many schools in countries around the world have had to close temporarily due to the coronavirus outbreak. Recognizing the enormous impact this situation has on a school community, we are offering free, unlimited use of BrainPOP to any school, anywhere, that is closed due to the coronavirus during the period of their closure. Consider using BrainPOP’s animated movies, assessment resources, and creative tools for: Distance learningSupport for projects and homeworkKeeping students on track with their studies Click the button below and complete the form.

STEM is incredibly valuable, but if we want the best innovators we must teach the arts Math and science matter, but that’s not all. (Edmund D. Fountain for The Washington Post) We’ve all heard it before, we are facing another crisis. This time it’s one of mammoth proportions, and not the wooly kind. Public education isn’t making the cut as high-tech jobs across the nation go unfilled.

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