Mon.Mar 13, 2023

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AI and ChatGPT in Education

Ask a Tech Teacher

This is a topic every teacher I know is talking about. BAM Radio has a couple of podcasts you’ll enjoy: Why Some Educators Are Convinced Artificial Intelligence Can Make Teaching Less Stressful Millions of schoolchildren walked into their classrooms at the start of the academic year missing one crucial element that should have set them up for success: the prior knowledge they needed to take on a new grade level.

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Using a Student-Centered Approach to Promote Computational Thinking

ED Surge

How can teachers engage students to learn problem-solving skills across the curriculum? One program has set out to teach computational thinking (CT) and coding skills in a problem-centered approach, fostering a student-driven learning design. In the process, students develop persistence and creativity while teachers connect their learning with professional standards aligned with ISTE micro-credentials.

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Inspiration Station: British Science Week 2023

All About STEM

We’re so excited to celebrate British Science Week! You can plan your activities in one go using our Inspiration Station. Here’s everything you need to know and a full collection of our recommended resources! British Science Week is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths that will take place between 10-19 March 2023!

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Teaching Through the Trauma of Student Loss

ED Surge

The original version of this essay was published by the TRiiBE. In my 16 years teaching in Chicago Public Schools (CPS), I have lost more students than years I have taught. During my teacher preparation in college, I had fears about how to create engaging lesson plans, how to make connections with students and how to help students who needed more support.

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Women in Craft Engineering Insight Experience

All About STEM

With BAE Systems, you can become part of a skilled and increasingly diverse community of 90,000 people in over 40 countries, creating some of the world’s most advanced, technology-led defence, aerospace, and security solutions. Women in Craft Engineering Insight Experience This is a hybrid event taking place over four days between 27 March and 6 April, with two sessions online and two sessions on.

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Can Elephants Swim?

Smore Science

Table of Contents Elephants are giants! They are the largest land mammals on the planet, weighing in at 4 to 6 tons, and measuring between 18–24 feet long. For reference, the Liberty Bell only weighs one ton. You might think that because elephants are so large, they could have trouble swimming. However, elephants can swim! Their swimming skills are much more impressive than you might expect, and science shows us why elephants can splash around easily in the water.

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Biology position open - know someone who wants to teach in my department?

Jacobs Physics

Hi! If you are reading this, you may know that I'm science department chair at Woodberry Forest School, a boarding school for boys in central Virginia. Our long time biology teacher is retiring, and we're looking for someone to join our department. Teaching at boarding school is, well, different from teaching in a day school - different in a way I find particularly appealing.

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Area of a Trapezoid - Definition, Formula, and Examples


Learn how to get the area of a trapezoid using a rectangle and a triangle, the formula, and also when the height of the trapezoid is missing.

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Mar 13, Standard Form of a Number

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