Nail That Job Interview / Asteroid Physics / Better Pizza Through Chemistry

November 25th, 2022

Start with tips for nailing an interview. THen it’s some asteroid physics and the chemistry of pizza. On to YouTube @handles, why to study abroad, getting kids making, a glass half full image, and a piano cover of Metallica’s “Master of Puppets.

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Six Ways To Help Students Deal With Academic Burnout by Amanda Winstead

November 24th, 2022

Six Ways To Help Students Deal With Academic Burnout by Amanda Winstead Photo by Monstera: Pexels Every educator should be all too aware of how real academic burnout can be for students, especially as the holiday break draws near. After months of learning new information and skills, taking tests, and finishing up homework assignments, students […]

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Better Lecture Tips / Super Human Bones Lesson / Is Moore’s Law Dead

November 23rd, 2022

If you want to give better lectures, read this. Then it’s a great lesson on human bones and is Moore’s Law dead? On to a cool Daniel Pink talk, pictures from the Orion spacecraft in lunar orbit, how the Sourth Koreans recycle, a what is important image, and easy ways to play lead guitar.

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What Should Play Look Like? / Social/Emotional STEM Lessons / US Abortion Map

November 22nd, 2022

Start with a map that shows current state by state abortion laws. Then it’s social/emotional STEM lessons and what play should look like. On to the evolutions of Google searches, the cost of charging an EV, STEM lessons from Macy’s parade, a “place” quote, and the next Pixar film.

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Parents/Educators: Please Don’t Leave Twitter

November 21st, 2022

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It’s clear to me that Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter has caused many people to leave the platform. While a lot of what happens on Twitter is useless, frivolous, and even harmful, there is a lot of good information being shared by people with similar interests. I’ve been on Twitter since 2009, when I started my blog I quickly connected with other like-minded educators who were using it to share free resources or advertise education products and services.

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