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Heartland Daily Podcast: Schools, Data-Mining, and Invasions of Privacy | Somewhat Reasonable

Heartland Daily Podcast: Schools, Data-Mining, and Invasions of Privacy

Heartland Daily Podcast: How to Grow the Charter School Movement

Heartland Daily Podcast: How to Grow the Charter School Movement

Heartland Daily Podcast: Joe Bast and Michael Bakalis Debate Education and Race, Part 1

Heartland Daily Podcast: Joe Bast and Michael Bakalis Debate Education and Race, Part 1

Several #EdTech companies are working on the effective utilization of student data - ETR http://ift.tt/2stwhou #education #educators

Several EdTech companies are working on the effective utilization of student data. Here are 5 such great EdTech companies.

Science Videos!! Here you will find a collection of science videos that I find both entertaining as well as useful both inside the classroom and out. Enjoy!

Science Videos updated almost daily! Here you will find a collection of science videos that I find both entertaining as well as useful both inside the classroom and out.

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Department of Education Knows Best: Washington’s Idea of Flexibility in Education

An education reform scholar argues that Common Core national standards are leaving students unprepared for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Dissolving pumpkin candy experiment. Add some fall festiveness to your science class!

Dissolving Candy Pumpkins

Looking for the perfect halloween science experiment? This dissolving candy pumpkin experiment takes 2 minutes to set up and is super simple. Kids will love it!

Great activity during a weather unit. 2 liter soda bottle cut in half. Put about an inch and a half of warm water (w blue food coloring) in the bottom. Invert the top of the bottle with the lid on and fill with ice. Watch the water condensate and watch it "rain"

Weather - water cycle liter soda bottle cut in half. Put about an inch and a half of warm water (w blue food coloring) in the bottom. Invert the top of the bottle with the lid on and fill with ice. Watch the water condensate and watch it "rain")

Teach Junkie: 19 Fun Ideas and Resources to Teach Force and Motion

19 Fun Ideas & Resources for Force and Motion

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