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by Robert O. Grover Educational Innovations is delighted to introduce the databot™.  This little cube may be small, but it’s a ..read more
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by Roy Bentley and Ken Crawford Madeline Hunter (1916–1994) was an American educator who developed a model for teaching and learning ..read more
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By Ted Beyer There are certain days in history that pretty much anyone who was alive at the time can remember as though it was yesterday ..read more
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by Tami O’Connor There are plenty of reasons I love my job.  I think it’s important to enjoy what you do, but I more than enjoy ..read more
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Want to get your students revved up over the science of sound?  This area of science has so much to explore, with more advances every day ..read more
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Most of us know what a sound is… but what’s the science behind it?  And what can you do with sound (besides listen to it)?  Plenty ..read more
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Teaching about sound is so much fun!   It’s a concept that even the youngest learners can understand. There are so many ways to ..read more
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If a tree falls in a forest and there’s no one to hear it, will it still make a sound?  This is an old question, but what’s the answer ..read more
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We know that teachers are always looking for new ways to demonstrate sound and waves in their classroom.  How do you teach something you ..read more
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by Arthur Murray Teaching about potential and kinetic energy is always exciting, whether your students are in kindergarten or college.  ..read more

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