Feynman – Don’t lecture and Feynman Technique [Clark]

Feynman – Don’t lecture and Feynman Technique — from donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark Excerpt from the Feynman Technique section Write down everything you think you know […]

Better Questions in the Classroom Lead Students to Think Harder—and Learn Deeper [Bradbury & Berlin]

Better Questions in the Classroom Lead Students to Think Harder—and Learn Deeper — from edsurge.com by Staci Bradbury and Rebekah Berlin Excerpt: The takeaway here […]

21 jobs of the future: A guide to getting — and staying — employed over the next 10 years [cognizant.com]

21 jobs of the future: A guide to getting — and staying — employed over the next 10 years — from cognizant.com and  the Center […]

Wow! Some significant statements coming from this highly-regarded physics professor!

Teaching: Why an Active-Learning Evangelist Is Sold on Online Teaching — from chronicle.com by Beth McMurtrie Excerpts: Now, says Mazur, the results are in and […]

A lack of devices but a heroic effort by teachers [Lepkowska]

A lack of devices but a heroic effort by teachers — from global-edtech.com by Dorothy Lepkowska EDUCATE webinar hears how countries coped with the Covid […]

Teacher Makes Beautiful Illustrations of Your Favorite Physics Formulas [Papadopoulos]

Teacher Makes Beautiful Illustrations of Your Favorite Physics Formulas — from interestingengineering.com by Loukia Papadopoulos From electromagnetism to the law of conservation of energy, this […]

Virtual Reality: Realizing the Power of Experience, Excursion & Immersion in the Classroom [nytimes.com]

Virtual Reality: Realizing the Power of Experience, Excursion and Immersion in the Classroom — from nytimes.com A framework for teaching with New York Times 360 […]

Resources re: virtual labs from the OLC & from Educause

 7 Things You Should Know About Virtual Labs — from library.educause.edu Excerpt: Virtual labs are interactive, digital simulations of activities that typically take place in […]

DC: There are likely several things a physics professor/teacher could do with this!

DC: There are likely several things a physics professor/teacher could do with this!https://t.co/KqFdyXgkQ3 — Daniel Christian (@dchristian5) August 5, 2020

Google’s AI to the Rescue: Ask Socratic

Ready to step into the future? You may find this new iteration of an app worth exploring. It will be even more useful if you […]

Digital Physics with Physics Classroom

Are you a physics teacher looking for simple tutorials, interactives, or concept builders? Digital physics has never been easier. In this blog, we’ll explore a […]

Lab Diagrams Made Easy with Chemix

Are you a science teacher needing a quick way to explain lab procedures? Mr. Casanova, my high school chemistry teacher, would have loved this new […]

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