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Students read about SpaceX's new rocket, the BFR, that would be able to take humans to Mars. Students then test how elastic potential energy gets...
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Students watch a video clip on how mountains are formed by convergent plate boundaries. They then brainstorm the different landforms that are created...
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This NASA eClips Design Packet uses the Engineering Design Process to guide students from questions to solutions. Use these design packets to...
Tiffany Norton
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2018
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Students will learn Newton's First Law of Motion through a fun experiment
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Questioning and prompting students to articulate their understanding of concepts and key ideas is an essential part of the teaching and learning...
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Are you looking for guidance and ideas for planning a family science or STEM night? This guide is designed to bring new ideas to and age-old practice...
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As millions of German troops invade the Soviet Union during World War II, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin authorizes women to form the first female...
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2017
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Erich Brunotte, a pilot in one of the most decorated fighter wings in the German air force, or Luftwaffe, during World War II, flies the Focke-Wulf...
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2017
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Ernst-Dieter Bernhard, a pilot in Germany’s air force, or Luftwaffe, flies one of the deadliest fighter planes of World War II, the Messerschmitt Bf...
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These 10 project-based lessons explore inventions saving endangered species, finding renewable energy sources and more. STEM and humanities teachers...