Photo credit: the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Nowhere To Hide is a game that demonstrates how human influence (via pollution) influences which insects the birds will eat first, and how that influences how large each population will get. Save
Photo credit: Newsela Newsela provides interesting articles at a variety of reading difficulties. When using articles in the classroom, this could aid students who struggle with reading text, such as students with dyslexia & ESL (English as a second language) students, while still challenging students who are reading at a more challenging level. There is […]
Photo credit: Listenwise Listenwise provides interesting podcasts for Science, Humanities, & ESL. When using articles in the classroom, this could aid students who struggle with reading text, such as students with dyslexia & ESL students. These podcasts also focus on exposing students to more complex language, vocabulary, and topics to improve their reading skills. Here […]
Photo credit: melodysheep Monsters Of The Cosmos demonstrates the monstrous dangers of the black holes that are roaming around the cosmos.
Photo credit: Neil Armstrong Blue & Beautiful is a song that shares some of Neil Armstrong’s thoughts about the Earth, which is a unique perspective, as he is one of the few who has experienced seeing the Earth from the moon.
Photo credit: Melodysheep Waves Of Light is a song that celebrates the importance of light in understanding the history of the Universe. I like to use the short video clips as inspirational brain breaks that foster wonder and interest in learning about the various fields of science.
Photo credit: Melodysheep Secret Of The Stars is a song that shares the relationship between space, time, and gravity. It also describes the eloquent nature and significance of the formula E=mc^2.
Photo credit: acapellascience More Than Birds describes how dinosaurs evolved into modern day birds and some of the lines of evidence that help scientists know that this is true. This song is a parody of Eric Clapton’s song, “More Than Words”.
Photo credit: acapellascience Whole New Worlds: An Aladdin History Of Exoplanets is a song that describes the beginnings, struggles, and achievements of exoplanetology. This song is modeled after Disney’s song “A Whole New World” from Aladdin.
Photo credit: acapellascience Puffed Up Cores describes the origins of a black hole and how it consumes everything that gets too close to it.