I'm a software engineer who found my passion in education. I am developing a product to help science classroom with hands-on approach. It is like bringing in science museum into the classroom. I believe it will create a highly engaged classroom where students play with real physical objects.
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Mon, May 10, 2021 10:15 AM in Teaching Methods Asynchronously
I understand this topic has been a while, but I was wondering whether anybody is interested using an online tool that will put your lesson plan to a system that will support an asynchronous learning, including lesson slides and formative assessments where students can do it in self-pace manner. It is probably easier to explain it with a video, as in this https://youtu.be/iWWlyIebRFE " target="_b...
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Mon, May 10, 2021 10:02 AM in Distance Learning and Hands on Activities
I wonder what you all think about the idea of having a kit checked out to the students where they can play and learn. It is like bringing science museum into their home. It will be reusable. https://youtu.be/7GczRtUuapc " target="_blank" rel="nofollow">This link shows the idea. As their teacher, you can get feedback along the way while they are playing. Will this approach work?
Thu, Jun 29, 2017 8:42 AM in FREE Force and Motion Kit
Thank you for posting the kit.
What other lessons / units that can use a similar kit? Maybe a lesson / unit that you found challenging for students to understand today without hands-on kit.
We are trying to develop these toolkits and would love to get some advice.
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