You can do what you imagine; you can create the masterpiece you’ve always dreamed. Here is a complete module to help you change a habit, a behavior, or try something new. Maybe you just need a little motivation to move out of your comfort zone. One small change can make a huge difference; stroke by […]
Daily Archives: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Hum:2230-Renaissance and Baroque Introduction: This is a look a Michelangelo from a different angle. Michelangelo lived in changing times and his art and writings reflect those changes. This lesson plan deals with his life in Rome after he moved there from Florence in 1534. The Protestant Movement had been underway for some years and the […]
Special Thanks to Shalini Gopalkrishnan for sharing aspects of her lesson on distance with Circles of Innovation. Class: Developmental math II Introduction: When we teach students about distance rate and time, it seems rather academic. This video will engage students on some applications to it. We all know about cars and speed etc. But what happens if we […]
Special thanks to Shalini Gopalkrishnan for sharing this Good Read with Circles of Innovation. According to Shalini, one of the biggest challenge in Mathematics is motivating students and this articles gives 9 ways to do that. Click here or on the image below to get to the article.
Every time I see something like this, I wish I could go back and experience school through the eyes of this generation. If you teach STEM classes and you are looking for a way to spice up your content, you might want to give this a look. Basically The RobotsLAB BOX is a teaching-aid that uses […]
Aside from being funny, this is also an attention grabber when explaining information to students. Why is this information true? What behaviors lead to this? Why was a line graph used instead of a pie chart or bar graph? Be creative, I’m sure you can find a fun way to use this in your class […]