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How To Be Socially and Emotionally Intelligent
Pre-K - 5th
Teach your elementary aged learners how to emotionally and socially intelligent. Use the resources in this collection to enhance social skills, teach youngsters to stand up against bullies, accept others, and provide ways for dealing with stress, anger, and everything in between. These resources serve value at the beginning of the school year, as well as anytime during the school year.
Writing About Informational Text The Berlin Wall
9th - 10th CCSS: Designed
New ReviewOn June 26, 1963 President John F. Kennedy delivered his famous "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech close to the Berlin Wall at the Rudolph Wilde Platz. On June 12, 1987 President Ronald Reagan Delivered his famous "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down...
Comparing the Different Types of Fuels and Their Role in Future Transportation
5 mins 9th - 12th
New ReviewDiscover different processes to create soluble salts. The video lesson describes two double replacement reactions that result in the desired product. The reactions involve an insoluble or soluble base combined with an acid.
19th Century Lessons for 21st Century Lives
10th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New Review"A wise man will not leave the right to the mercy of chance, nor wish it to prevail through the power of the majority." The words of Henry David Thoreau on Civil Disobedience seem particularly relevant today, as are his writings and...
Emotional Intelligence: High School
9th - 12th
Yoda may believe “Luminous beings are we" but many teens find it difficult to believe the Jedi master's teachings, to believe in the Force within them, and to let their light shine. Brighten the school year with lessons and activities designed to nurture self-esteem and self-confidence.
Back to School Math and Literacy Centers
K - 1st CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewFrom filling in the missing number to filling in the missing letter; to writing fluency sentences to skip counting and matching, a complete set of back to school math a literacy centers will not disappoint. Use these activities during...
Astronomically Correct Twinkle Twinkle
2 mins 9th - 12th
New ReviewWhat do you get when astronomers rewrite beloved children's songs? THIS! Hear the tune Twinkle Twinkle Little Star as it was meant to be — from a scientist's perspective. Physics scholars follow along to a scientifically correct version...
A Simple Proof of Conservation of Energy
4 mins 9th - Higher Ed
New ReviewEnergy is conserved? Prove it! The narrator does just that in a short video depicting the mathematical proof of conservation of energy. Young physicists see how the kinetic and potential energy present in a system are related to one...
Why is it Harder to Drive Backwards?
3 mins 9th - 12th
New ReviewWhich way do I turn the wheel again? Examine the physics behind backing up in a short, yet fun video. The narrator compares stable versus unstable systems, which are applied to driving forward or driving backward. Things get even more...
Topographic and Geologic Maps: Topographic Maps
9th - 12th
New ReviewMaps are great for helping you get where you're going, but what does that place actually look like? Geology scholars compare and contrast the features of topographical and geologic maps using an interactive lesson. The resource describes...
Location on the Earth: Longitude and Latitude
6th - 8th
New ReviewTo what degree do learners understand coordinates? Get them some practice in Yosemite National Park in a simple, fun interactive. Pupils explore a map and locate coordinates of popular sights within the park, then answer questions to...
Location and Direction: Angle from the Equator
9th - 12th
New ReviewFrom any angle, this interactive is helpful. Earth science super stars explore a location's angle from the equator through a hands-on activity. Questions guide learners as they test their knowledge of direction and geometry used in...
Scientific Models: Mathematical, Physical and Conceptual
6th - 12th
New ReviewThis is one super model interactive! Middle and high school science scholars examine scientific models through a simple resource. Guided, hands-on practice allows them to classify conceptual, mathematical, and physical models. Other...
Development of Hypotheses: Pressure versus Temperature
6th - 8th
New ReviewIs it me, or is it getting hot in here? Middle school science sleuths investigate the relationship between temperature and pressure, then use their observations to form a hypothesis. Questions embedded in the interactive help guide...