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 […]

Ed Tech News Roundup: Digital Citizenship, Rural Schools, and More

Howdy, folks! Welcome to another in a series of periodic ed tech news roundups. We hope you enjoy this one, and if you have a […]

Nevermind the physics: it’s all about collaboration

Battle Physics hosts first multi-school tournament That is just what Allan Garvin and Becky Bushey did to raise the stakes of their annual Battle Physics […]

Does Science Still Need the Scientific Method?

What does this mean for our science teachers that are still using the scientific method as the basis...

Interesting thoughts on what an alternative syllabus could look like

From DSC: The article below relays some interesting thoughts on what an alternative syllabus could look like. It kind of reminds me of a digital […]

Battle Physics at Green Mountain Union High School

Come for the math, stay for the slingshots! Green Mountain 7th graders and HS physics students apply math and science to a real-world problem: hitting targets.  […]

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