From the people behind the Journey North website comes this free citizen science app to help you track migrations and seasons.
In this lesson, students will work to understand and empathize with the challenges to daily living that a lack of access to freshwater poses, and to image innovative green solutions to it.
Studies suggest that music classes can benefit children not only culturally, but intellectually as well.
Students learn about the development of the geologic time scale, the major time periods in earth's history, and the role fossils play in this history.
In this lesson, students will explore some of the effects that immigration in the United States has had on immigrants and American society as a whole.
Dr. Ainissa Ramirez, associate professor of mechanical engineering & materials science at Yale, talks about shape memory alloys. These "metals with a memory" are used in space, in robots, and even in your mouth!
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