Pi Day, spatial skills, creativity

320px-pi_day_pie_281334624493429Teaching Without Words | The Creativity Post
Teaching Without Words – A conversation with researcher Matthew Peterson on how he created a program to teach math without words as a chi…
Why We Need To Value Students’ Spatial Creativity | MindShift | KQED News
Spatial thinking “finds meaning in the shape, size, orientation, location, direction or trajectory, of objects,” and their relative p…
Turn Your Phone Into A Black Light Hack – All
Turn Your Phone Into A Black Light Hack. Its super easy to do!. All it takes is a smartphone with a light, three pieces of small tape and…
$10 Smartphone to digital microscope conversion!
how to build a stand for about $10 that will transform your smartphone into a powerful digital microscope. This DIY conversion stand is m…
Can Teaching Spatial Skills Help Bridge the STEM Gender Gap? | MindShift | KQED News
spatial skills. The ability to mentally manipulate objects is key to success in many fields, including physics and engineering. Spatial s…
Education World: Plan a Pi Day Party (March 14)
Plan a Pi Day Party for March 14 – Teachers in many classrooms celebrate Pi Day this month. Pi — the number 3.14… gets its own special…
Kids’ Science Projects – Ideas for School Project Experiments
Here are a few suggestions on how to construct kids’ science projects