Interactive Science Update,14

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ISSUE NO. 14

Dynamic Demo of the Week-Infrared Made Visible!

Whether we realize it or not, science is behind almost everything we use. In this video we’ll enter a world we thought we were already pretty familiar with.


Time-Saving Teacher Tip-The Happy Scientist

Looking for really cool and easy science demonstrations? Robert Krampf has a website in which he performs and explains marvelous experiments, most of which students can also do in your classroom or at home. There are hundreds to choose from. There is a $20 per year membership fee, but this is a site you will use. If you’re not sure about it, then sign up for his free Experiment of the Week newsletter.


Lesson Spotlight- a sample of 2 Member lessons

Weather Forecasting

Getting ready to teach weather? This lesson will introduce students to meteorologists, and get them interpreting weather maps.

 

 

Counting Atoms

How can you measure something that’s so small that it can’t be seen? In this challenging but fun lesson students will count the number of atoms in a metal cube not with their eyes, but with mathematics.

 


 
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