#CelebrateWithDE – Albert Einstein


Did you know that March 14th is also Albert Einstein’s birthday? Born in 1879, Albert Einstein was a German-born physicist who is most famous for his theory of relativity as well as the equation E=MC2. Use the suggested resources from Discovery Education below to honor this scientist as part of your Pi Day celebrations.

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Featured Resources

Shmoop Learning Guide: Albert Einstein
(Canadian Link)
Discovery Education Streaming, Grades 9-12. Learning Guide
What Albert Einstein did and why you should care. In a nutshell, Albert Einstein’s discoveries revolutionized the field of physics and forever altered mankind’s understanding of the basic workings of the universe.


Albert Einstein
(Canadian Link)
Discovery Education Streaming, Grades 6-9, Video
Albert Einstein was far ahead of his time, publishing his first principles of relativity by the time he was twenty-six years old. His theory was proven a decade later. Einstein informed President Roosevelt about the potential of the atomic bomb.


Albert Einstein
Discovery Education Streaming, Social Studies Techbook, Grades 6-8, 9-12, Video
Prior to World War 2, Albert Einstein assisted in the creation of the atomic bomb, experimented with the Theory of Relativity, and won the Nobel Prize.



Time for Einstein
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Science Techbook, Grades 9-12, Video
Einstein discovered that Newton’s laws of motion did not hold for all conditions. He developed the theories of special and general relativity, adding the fourth dimension of time and a better understanding of gravity to our view of the universe.


Theory of Relativity
Discovery Education Streaming, Grades 6-8, 9-12, Video
Familiarize yourself with Einstein’s general theory of relativity and observe how information from far away galaxies can be detected by large telescopes.


Einstein’s Biggest Blunder?

(Canadian Link)
Science Techbook, Grades 6-8, Reading Passage
Astronomers prove Einstein right.


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