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Amusement arcade STEM - game on!

Written by Ben Newsome on July 26th, 2016.      0 comments

Roll up, roll up!

Science & math learning opportunities can be found in the most unlikely places! Amongst the predictable driving games and shoot 'em ups you can still find some old favourites that can illustrate some concepts in your classroom, you just have to aim the lesson at the right level.

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Two Skeeball ramps showing the score clock
Science for young and old

Teaching Topics: edchat, education , kids, scied , STEM, teaching

Create a class STEM pitchfest just like Shark Tank!

Written by Ben Newsome on July 22nd, 2016.      0 comments

Students... pitch me your ideas!

The business pitching TV show Shark Tank and it's competitor Dragon's Den have certainly captured the public's imagination in the past year or so. Why not take this idea into your science classroom and create a STEM pitch fest? Not only will it be fun to see what your students come up with but the students will learn multiple skills:

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Creating a class STEM pitch fest
Teach the art of persuasion

Teaching Topics: edchat, education , scicomm , scied, STEM, teaching

Pokemon Go - Lesson ideas for the science classroom

Written by Ben Newsome on July 16th, 2016.      0 comments

An augmented reality gaming giant

Well, hasn't this app exploded across the world!?! With so many kids, teens and adults using Pokemon Go surely this is an opportunity for teachers to use this highly addictive content in the classroom to engage students, especially those kids that don't readily engage with your standard science lessons. 

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Pokemon Go screen shot
Chasing down strange reality

Teaching Topics: Apps , edtech, education , gaming , STEM, teaching

Ideas for teaching science to preschool children

Written by Ben Newsome on July 4th, 2016.      0 comments

Early learning science that works

There are so many options for teaching science in an preschool setting! Kids are highly inquisitive at this young age with an eagerness to investigate their world that older kids rarely match. Why not take advantage of this and create science lessons to match their enthusiasm?

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sights and smells
Curious kids love their science!

Teaching Topics: edchat, education, kids , preschool , STEM, teaching

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