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Tag Archives: science
One of the complaints I frequently hear from teachers is that there just aren’t very many good high school level science instruction apps out there. And from what I’ve seen, they’re right. There are plenty of science tool apps…like interactive periodic … Continue reading
Well, I’m a day late on this, but this was too good not to share….who doesn’t love geeky science Valentines?? Happy One-Day-Late Valentine’s Day and Happy Friday!
If you don’t listen to ScienceFriday on NPR, then you may not know about The Flame Challenge. The Flame Challenge is a contest, launched by actor and science advocate Alan Alda, to answer the question that he had as an … Continue reading