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Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Sand in Your Electronics? A Short Science Lesson
From our mobile phones to our televisions, silicon chips are a part of much of our daily lives. Where does silicon come from? Much of it c...
Science is Fun - Ideas and Resources for Hands-on Science Lessons
Conducting lab experiments was my favorite part of every science class that I had in middle school and high school. There was something ab...
Chalkup - Distribute & Grade Assignments in Google Drive Without Using Scripts
Chalkup is a neat service that combines the concepts of Google Drive and Edmodo into one slick package. In Chalkup you can create classes...
The Berlin Airlift, The Marshall Plan, and the Cold War Explained In 25 Miutes
We're getting to the time of the school year in which most high school U.S. History courses and World History courses are studying the...
How the Sun Works
This week I'm heading back to Phoenix to work with Tony Vincent at Grand Canyon University . It is sure to be much warmer there than ...
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