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Sarah Rivera✨ Apr 20
This is a super cool way to learn musical notes!
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Miss A Apr 20
Does anyone have any tried and tested science club activities that will keep children engaged with minimal modelling? Please RT.
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Sara Ayoub Apr 19
I'm almost a - both my parents (and my sibling ) are amazing self-employed artists. So I'm the only one in a field in the family as well!
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Esther Haydock 🎒πŸ”₯β˜€οΈπŸš€πŸ›° 22h
I'm running an after school club for years 7 & 8. Thinking of doing something about flight. So far: Paper helicopters Foam gliders () Drop zone () Balloon hovercraft Different paper airplane designs Any other ideas?
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Bahrain Community Schools 3h
How does the size of the balloons envelope change the amount of time the balloon takes to rise? Well I always get more energy by adding batteries and what is the difference between using fruit and vegetable power to battery power?
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Bahrain Community Schools 3h
My project is to see which Elmers glue is the best for slime clear or white glue. I believe if I make slime with white glue it will be more elastic and have better characteristics than clear glue.
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Jossy Garcia πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ”¬πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Apr 20
Got my first paper as a postdoc accepted!!
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Raytheon 12h
Create. Invent. Solve a problem. MathMovesU days encourage students to use their imaginations when faced with science, technology, engineering and math challenges:
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Jo Douglas-Harris πŸ‘©πŸΌβ€πŸ”¬ 24h
I love so will definitely be checking out some of these themed ones!
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STEM Studio D87 Apr 19
4th graders are having fun learning about energy! How does thermal energy transform to motion energy? And vice versa? What exactly is happening with that chemical reaction? We're finding out these answers and more!
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Jessica Rios Apr 20
Working on a Robotics πŸ€– creation!
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SkillsUSA 19h
Often times when individuals think about STEM, they think of scientists and engineers which is right on target. However, what doesn’t come to mind are the numerous high wage, high skilled, and high demand careers which CTE is preparing students for.
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Alvin Wang Graylin Apr 20
So proud of my daughters & their two teams! One team was a World Championship finalist in the FRC class & the other made it to semifinals in the FTC class. Over 6000 teams in each class from around the globe. πŸŒŽπŸ€– Great way to learn !πŸ‘πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ“πŸ‘©β€πŸŽ“
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Adam Hand 6h
The Man Chan and I have completed our creation! Introducing hole 2 of our golf course. This hole will allow our students to think about the role friction plays in their own designs
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CuriOdyssey 17h
STEM Odyssey is open through May 27th! Play S.T.E.M. games and solve interactive puzzles. Watch entertaining math themed short films in a cinema arts space. Ignite a lifelong passion for science, technology, engineering, art and math in your child and in yourself!
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🌈Dr Linda McIver 🌈 8h
hey twitterverse, give me your tales of girls in at high school - good and bad! Pushed out? Encouraged? What's the deal? Especially recent stories.
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Raytheon Apr 20
Middle school students learn how to think like engineers at our MathMovesU Day events:
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GammaPi OmegaPsiPhi 14h
We love working with youth. On 4/20 we helped underserved kids in our QueKidz program build and demonstrate robots as part of confidence boosting and exploring careers.
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Bahrain Community Schools 3h
Exploding soda. Students learned that it’s OK to have to revise your hypothesis.
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