I am a fourth grade teacher in Austin, TX. I have taught for 30+ years and specialize in math and science, and continually look for ways to improve my teaching. MEMTA and the NSTA Learning Center have helped me considerably - these resources are just as valuable to a veteran teacher as a rookie. Thanks! I encourage all to delve into the resources, including the forums. There a many great ideas and it's a great way to share.
Mon, Sep 18, 2017 5:37 PM in STEM get girls encouraged?
I teach a coding class after school to fourth and fifth graders with a minimum 50% enrollment by girls to ensure that girls are at least as involved as the boys in this area..
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Mon, Sep 18, 2017 5:02 PM in Natural Selection - Evolution Simulation
I have the same problem. Best I can do right now is Conway'sGame of Life. http://www.dcode.fr/game-of-life
Wed, Jul 12, 2017 10:01 AM in STEM activities to do at home this summer
My son and I were just looking at YouTube videos about how to make some of these hydraulic mini-machines. Thanks for the tip.
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Potato Problem Solving
Mon, Nov 07, 2016 5:57 PM Potato Problem Solving
The authors provide a thorough description of a hands-on project following the 5-E model that teaches students about thermal insulation, measurement, the design process, and the experimental process. The article includes a sequence of activities, materials, safety recommendations, and adaptations. I'm ready to give this activity a go.
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