Some countries, like the US and Canada, use the 12-hour Time System, dividing our 24-hour day into two equal parts. This comes with a catch; each hour happens twice.
Author: Devon Bowker
How to Make a Dry Ice Bubble
https://www.tiktok.com/@devonthenatureguy/video/7050509726538321158?is_from_webapp=1&sender_device=pc&web_id6979383596445402630 Materials Dry IceMetal Bowl filled midway with warm waterCup of Warm WaterDish SoapString Instructions Ahead of time, fill a cup with warm water and add a small amount of dish soap.Stir the mixture and place in a large string, at least the width of the metal bowl. Set aside.Fill the large metal bowl filled … Continue reading How to Make a Dry Ice Bubble
Speed is a distance over time, or how far you travel in a certain amount of time!
What is Work?
I'm sure tons of things come to mind when you hear the word work. Most of them are probably things like a job, or homework, chores, or keeping your mouth shut when that one relative is rambling about some new conspiracy at the family Christmas get-together. When it comes to science, work has a very specific, very mathy, meaning.
Supporting Struggling Learners in the Life Sciences
Science, in general, is a complicated subject. Needless to say, when you begin to use science to explain and understand the natural world, not to mention life itself, the combination can produce a lot of anxiety and struggles in understanding with students.
Teaching as a Profession
American school districts have found themselves in a mad dash for solutions as the fallout from a long-predicted threat has breached their hallways, sending shockwaves through classrooms across the country. The national teacher shortage has arrived. Too many states, Minnesota included, the solution is simple: lower the strict licensing and professional requirements, thereby making it … Continue reading Teaching as a Profession
What is Air Resistance? + Terminal Velocity
No matter where you are on earth, gravity is basically exactly the same. So why then does a bowling ball hit the ground before a feather?
Crash: Seatbelts, Airbags, and the Science of Safety
Accidents happen, that's a fact of life. There are countless things we can predict. There are countless things we can't, especially when it comes to people and how they react in times of shock, surprise, or crisis. There is one thing we can always do, though. Learn.
What is Newton’s Third Law?
Newton's Third Law of Motion is my personal favorite. Why? Because it serves a dual purpose as good life advice. It goes like this. When you apply a force, expect an equal amount of force to be applied back. It also just so happens that Newton's Third Law is also one of the most fun … Continue reading What is Newton’s Third Law?
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