Why is Earth is a blue planet? Because it’s covered in water! Where did Earth’s water come from? Of course, water isn’t unique to our planet. The origin of water traces beyond the solar system to the earliest days of the universe. Here’s the story of the galaxy’s H2O.
This resource was created to demonstrate an effective use of integrating technology in a Science classroom. This particular resource is about using Minecraft in the classroom and implementing gaming as a fun and engaging way to consolidate science concepts. There is something for everyone in this resource no matter where you are in your learning … Continue reading
EINSTEIN SAID TIME IS RELATIVE… BUT IT’S DEFINITELY RUNNING OUT to have your students submit a video for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge. Students are invited to create videos that bring to life a concept in the life sciences, physics or math to win a $250,000 scholarship for themselves and $50,000 for their teacher. Videos are … Continue reading
Use this popular, simple exercise to introduce some levity into the classroom and as an opportunity to demonstrate the importance of careful observations.
Hawaii is known for its volcanoes, but most volcanoes on earth exist along tectonic plate lines. Hawaii does not! What causes Hawaii to form, and how is it related to the mystery of a magnetic bar code across the Pacific Ocean? Host Dianna Cowern chatted with geologist Noah Randolph-Flagg from UC Berkeley while hiking on … Continue reading
Will Smith talks with Astronaut Drew Feustel in the first ever Instagram Live with the International Space Station.
Teachers, Our Incredible World (www.incredibleworld.ca) offers multimedia curriculum resources for the Science & Technology strand suitable for grades 4 to 11. All video series, lesson plans, games, newsletters/factsheets, career profiles, and other resources are designed with teachers, for teachers. They cover topics such as: habitats, ecosystems, biodiversity, species-at-risk, invasive species, and other related life sciences … Continue reading