Month: November 2015

Have you ever finished teaching a lesson and said to yourself  “Wow.  That was awesome.” Sometimes I have good lessons and sometimes I have great ones.  But this one was awesome.  Best of all my students researched and communicated like real scientists.  Want to know why?  The lesson was loaded with science and engineering practices […]

New tweets fly by in my Twitter feed so quickly that I feel like I catch only a small portion of what’s shared.  Who’s got time to sit there and read all those tweets?  But catching this tweet was a gem.  The tweet was simple enough; a posted video about teaching gas laws without having […]