“The future of drug discovery and AI – the role of man and machine” + 3 other items re: robotics and/or AI

The future of drug discovery and AI – the role of man and machine — from techemergence.com by  Ayn de Jesus Excerpt: Episode Summary: This […]

Appify Learning with iOS Science Apps

If you are teaching with an iPad and need to “appify” science instruction, consider these apps for your classroom. This collection includes reference guides and […]

New information worker roles; 10 ways VR will change life in the near future; 1st collab VR molecular modeling app; + other items re: XR

San Diego’s Nanome Inc. releases collaborative VR-STEM software for free — from vrscout.com by Becca Loux Excerpt: The first collaborative VR molecular modeling application was […]

Sex is Biological, Not a Social Construct. Gender Is.

Here is a collection of videos about transgenderism. I’ve heard of God being banned from American schools and know of parents who teach their kids […]

20+ Emoji Activities and Resources for Teaching Math, Science, and English

Today is World Emoji Day and to celebrate I’m sharing 20 emoji activities, my slide presentation, and resources to engage your learners. Emojis are an […]

Mock It Up! 9 Tools for Learners to Design, Blueprint, and Visualize Their Innovations

“Proper perspective brings about clear direction.” – Mike Anthoni, Author of The Blueprint One way to truly inspire innovation is to send students on learning missions […]

STEAM Up Learning Outdoors! 15+ Ideas to Try Now or this Summer!

“[Science] is more than a school subject, or the periodic table, or the properties of waves. It is an approach to the world, a critical […]

DC: We should change the color of the ink that we use to grade papers from red to green!

From DSC: I vote that we change the color that we grade papers — whether on paper (harcopy) or whether via digitally/electronically-based annotations — from […]

Providing Successful PD to your Teachers

Note that this post highlights one of VocabularySpellingCity’s sisters: Science4Us. It is an early elementary science program. Increasingly, principals and superintendents are  asking us  to […]

Finding the Speed of Light with Peeps

Shout out to Mary Wever for digging this gem out from the NPR Skunk Bear archives! For those that aren’t familiar with the series, Skunk […]

The secret to creativity – according to science

The secret to creativity – according to science: “So if you want to write that masterpiece,...

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content: 2017 in Review

As 2017 draws to a close, I revisit some of my favorite links from the year. Teachers must ditch ‘neuromyth’ of learning styles, say scientists by […]

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