Rough Edit for Content Review: Magnets and Magnetism

submitted by: KidsJudgePartnership
Video Rough Edit for Content Review: Attention Magnetic Mentors! Please view this footage from the Kids Judge! LA exhibit on magnetism in order to prepare for your upcoming events with fourth and fifth graders at Carver Elementary. There were a variety of activities presented at this exhibit; each activity was designed to help kids understand specific scientific concepts. All of the activities were compelling and fun but they are also valuable because they stimulate curiosity about what we...

Making Connections

submitted by: KidsJudgePartnership

For children to learn unfamiliar concepts they must be able to connect this new information with examples from their world as they know it.

Checking for Understanding

submitted by: KidsJudgePartnership

A critical aspect of teaching is checking whether or not your students understand what you are trying to communicate. Mrs. Thai, a fourth grade teacher, shares ways to check for understanding with biomedical science students from Charles Drew University of Medicine and Science.

Antigen Switching in Malaria - A Classroom Activity

submitted by: SEP_UCSF

In this video, high school students and their teachers participate in a simple activity to demonstrate the interaction between the var antigens malaria parasites display and the patient's immune system.

Outreach: A Cambridge Perspective

submitted by: icamvid

Anson Cheung presents Cambridge University

Improving Physics Education and Career Advice

submitted by: icamvid
Douglas Duncan talks about improving science education with a variety of new methods. Hosted by the Inter-Continental Advanced Materials for Photonics (I-CAMP) Summer School in Beijing, China, July 16, 2009. Learn about this event at: http://icamconferences.org/i-camp/ Learn more about the Institute for Complex Adaptive Matter (ICAM) at: http://www.icam-i2cam.org/ Read about future events here: http://icam-i2cam.org/index.php/events/

Would you like to be a mentor?

submitted by: Be_a_scientist

Undergraduate students can exert a powerful influence on the scientific education of young learners.

Panel Discussion: Transformation

submitted by: dougramsey

Panel Discussion: Transformation

Talk by Leon Lederman

submitted by: dougramsey

Talk by Leon Lederman

Panel Discussion: Teachers

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Panel Discussion: Teachers