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Science Activity: Milk Fireworks
Science Activity: Milk Fireworks

Use this activity from Learning Science by Doing Science to guide your students in an investigation activity with familiar everyday materials that introduces students to the kinds of questions scientists ask and the practices they use when trying to figure out answers.


Visible Learning for Science: Feedback Strategies
Visible Learning for Science: Feedback Strategies

Use this complimentary excerpt from Visible Learning for Science, Grades K-12, to learn powerful feedback strategies that you can use to impact your students’ science learning.


Prompts for Facilitating Students Self-reflection and Metacognitive Awareness
Prompts for Facilitating Students Self-reflection and Metacognitive Awareness

Use this self-reflection model from Visible Learning for Science, Grades K-12, as a follow-up technique once a lesson has occurred that helps students understand where they were and where they are now.


Hugging and Bridging Methods for Low-Road and High-Road Transfer
Hugging and Bridging Methods for Low-Road and High-Road Transfer

Use these hugging and bridging methods from Visible Learning for Science, Grades K-12, to promote low-road or high-road transfer based on where your students are in their learning journey. 


Checklist: Elements to Incorporate into your STEAM PBL
Checklist: Elements to Incorporate into your STEAM PBL

The following checklist from Step into STEAM, Grades K-5, includes the crucial elements to incorporate into your STEAM PBL as you embark on a STEAM inquiry using a Problem-Based Learning (PBL) framework.


What a STEAM Classroom Atmosphere Looks Like and Doesn’t Look Like
What a STEAM Classroom Atmosphere Looks Like and Doesn’t Look Like

Whether you will be building your STEAM physical space in your regular classroom setting, have an already-defined STEAM lab in your school, or are conceptualizing other ideas for STEAM physical spaces, consider the following excerpt from Step Into STEAM, Grades K-5, to understand what a STEAM classroom atmosphere looks like—and doesn’t look like.


Sample Template for Designing a STEAM Unit Across Grade Levels
Sample Template for Designing a STEAM Unit Across Grade Levels

Use this template from the second edition of From STEM to STEAM to guide you as you design a STEAM unit across grade levels at your school.


John Almarode's From Labs to Lifelong Learners Webinar
John Almarode's From Labs to Lifelong Learners Webinar

Unpack with John Almarode the different strategies that best support visible learning in the science classroom. 

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Lesson: Who Was Responsible for the Death of William in Frankenstein?
Lesson: Who Was Responsible for the Death of William in Frankenstein?

This lesson from Learning Challenge Lessons, Secondary English Language Arts will enhance your students’ knowledge and understanding of Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, with focuses on characterisation, responsibility and developments in science.