Let’s Look at Our Own Cells: Why...
This activity, from Hagerstown Community College, teaches students about cytology through the study of their own cells under a microscope. Students use swab samples taken from their cheeks to create both stained and unstained slides, and then compare what they observe in these slides under a microscope. The lesson includes a student worksheet with directions.
Technovation Families does more than introduce users to the "core concepts of artificial intelligence;" it invites users to "imagine a better world and build it...
Educators looking for ways to keep classrooms interactive in remote settings should check out Ptable, a highly regarded tool for chemistry teachers. Featuring...
Math, science, and technology teachers may want to bookmark this website as they begin to plan their fall curriculum. Bootstrap curates free lessons on various...
Who would have thought strike zones and statistics make the perfect pair? Inspired by a sports analytics conference, University School of Nashville educator...
It is never too early to introduce engineering concepts into educational settings, and with these great outreach materials from the University of Utah's...
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