Some examples of simple but effective activities to help students understand better concepts identified as being challenging. Here are examples that might help you with Sig Digs, Kinematics, and Vectors. All activities are involve kinaesthetic experiences, to bring class to life. Give it a try if you teach Physics!
Experiential education is the cornerstone of inquiry in this set of lessons about biodiversity. Learning about the outdoors, in the outdoors, is vastly important. All the beauty that surrounds the... read more
Categories: Teacher Demonstration
This is a classic demonstration that illustrates the power of atmospheric pressure. A small amount of water is heated in a pop can. The can is inverted and submerged in ice-cold water. As a result,... read more