One not on the list that I love is StoryCorps, here is the description of the video I have chosen to share: “On January 28, 1986, NASA Challenger mission STS-51-L ended in tragedy when the shuttle exploded 73 seconds after takeoff. On board was physicist Ronald E. McNair, who was the second African American to enter space. But first, he was a kid with big dreams in Lake City, South Carolina.”
What an opportunity this is for any science teacher! Here is a link (above) to a webpage that connects to several sites which will be live streaming the eclipse. It is a great way to start off an exciting school year. Also through watching a live stream you will not have to worry about solar eclipse glasses for students or weather interference. Lookout for the amazing event on August 21!
Interesting video comparison of the classic Mary Poppins, great to use as a hook when teaching about genre.
Videos relating to teaching by the Smithsonian.
- As the day ended, the family was gathered around the dinner table.
- Although I tried to hurry, I didn’t make it to class before the bell.
Letting students be creative takes time!
Build in students:
Students who feel competent in the subject and confident will make a connection. Students who make a connection then care, it becomes a part of their character. Their character makes them contribute!!!
Visualization works…if you work hard!!!