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Saturday, July 30, 2016
Stacked Ball Drop - A Physics Lesson
The Physics Girl is a great YouTube channel that recently appeared as a suggestion while I was browsing the ASAP Science channel. The Phys...
Three Good Ways to Use Word Clouds With Students
Last week's Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week featured two good tools for creating custom word clouds. Throughout the week people hav...
Friday, July 29, 2016
Why Are Olympic Records Always Broken? - And Other Olympics Resources
The 2016 Summer Olympic Games are just one week away now. From archery to rowing to track and field, over the course of the games many wor...
How Does a Canyon Become Grand? - And Other Lessons on the Shaping of North America
Earlier this month TED-Ed published a new lesson about how the physical geography of North America has changed over time. The lesson, titl...
Some Google Docs Add-ons Now Work on Android Devices
Since their launch Add-ons have provided users with a variety of additional features in Google Documents. Until yesterday, those Add-ons o...
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