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How to Break the Speed of Light
1 min 9th - Higher Ed CCSS: Adaptable
Have you ever wanted to break the speed of light from your backyard? Something seemingly impossible, and technically improbable, looks impressive thanks to the "magic" of science. The brief video explains how photons can travel from your...
Breaking the Muslim Monolith: Exploring Stereotypes
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Bringing to light our own tendencies to stereotype is a key step toward becoming open-minded and informed members of a world community. Use this rich resource to discuss the harmful effects of stereotyping, as well as to consider the...
Lesson 1: The Importance of Rules in Our Country and in Our Classroom
2nd - 8th
Explore the importance of rules in a community with the engaging first lesson of this series on the US government. To begin, children play a paper clip game that requires them to make up their own rules as they go, after which the...
Marijuana: Breaking Down the Buzz
4th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewThere are a lot of myths surrounding marijuana. Read a passage that clarifies the dangers of teens smoking marijuana, its harmful effects on the development of the brain, and the possible correlation of cigarette smoking to marijuana...
Lesson 2: The Constitution: Our Guiding Document
3rd - 6th CCSS: Adaptable
Explore the structure and content of the US Constitution in the second lesson of this five-part social studies series. A collection of activities, games, and videos complement a class reading of a document summarizing the US...
Cultural Impact of Jim Crow Laws and the Civil Rights Movement
3rd - 4th
Students examine the Jim Crow laws and how they impacted the lives of both African Americans and white Americans. They discuss the Civil Rights Movement and how their lives may have been different had it not occurred. Groups...
An Analysis of Jim Crow Laws and their Effects on Race Relations
First graders analyze the role of the Jim Crow laws on race relations. As a class, they are segregated based on the color shirt they have or some other simple criteria and wear either a square or circle sticker representing the majority...
Skateboarding Science: Master the Ollie!
3 mins 9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Ollie is that name given to the move when a skateboarder jumps into the air with the board but without using any hands. This video breaks down each part of the ollie and the science behind it, beginning with force and torque, and...
Exothermic, Endothermic, and Chemical Change
9th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Scientists can't observe bonds breaking or forming, so how do they distinguish between exothermic and endothermic reactions? Young scholars complete two experiments to do just that. They monitor temperature change and calculate the...
Classroom Management in Middle and High School
6th - 12th
Nothing can make or break the success of a school year like classroom management. The lesson plans, templates, worksheets, and articles found here are intended to help secondary teachers and their students build positive and respectful learning environments.
Mid-Unit 1 Assessment and Close Read of Section 24 of the Great Law of Peace (Iroquois Constitution)
4th CCSS: Designed
Assess what your young readers have learned about close reading by asking them to read an article and answer questions using evidence drawn from the provided text. Although part of a complete unit focused on the Iroquois, the assessment...
Every Force in Nature (Theory of Everything, Part III)
7 mins 9th - 12th
Can you explain the standard model without doing the math? You bet! The short video uses sheep and currency exchange to express the fundamentals of the equation that explains everything. The narrator then relates the analogy to the...