If you teach using laptops or other portable devices, chances are you have had students record something during class. Keeping a “quiet on the set” atmosphere during these times is difficult. What you need is a sound booth! To create this budget sound booth you need an empty paper box, spray adhesive, egg crate foam,
In the following video Creating Moon Craters, teachers explain and demonstrate how students will go about determining and modeling how moon craters are formed. Multiple items of different shapes and sizes are used to model the differences in impact on the moon.
In this video, teachers demonstrate and explain how students will investigate how to separate mixtures. They separate a mixture, which contains a use a variety of substances with that require many different tools in the lab to separate them apart.
Students engaged in hands-on activities to learn about chemical reactions can be fun and exciting, but it is very important to be sure they understand the safety procedures before handling the materials. Watch this video as teachers demonstrate the hands-on activity Balloon Filling Bottle and the appropriate safety tips to remember.
The Air Pressure hands-on activity is demonstrated by teachers in this video. This activity provides students with a learning experience, which helps them to understand the concept of air pressure.
Science Teachers! Classroom Teachers! Wouldn’t your students love this! 4 Minute Video Demonstration with AnnMarie Thomas From TED In a zippy demo at TED U, AnnMarie Thomas shows how two different kinds of homemade play dough can be used to demonstrate electrical properties — by lighting up LEDs, spinning motors, and turning little kids into