Posts Tagged ‘learning’



Independence Day!

  The significance of Independence Day, also known as The 4th of July, in the United States, is commemorating the Declaration of Independence¬†of the United States on July 4, 1776.¬† The Continental Congress declared the the 13 American colonies were now free and independent states. On July 2, 1776 was the date that the Independence […]

Students Should be Experimenting before Reading or Watching Videos

  It was first believed that students learned better by first reading or watching videos about a new topic before jumping into hands-on learning in the classroom. But thanks to Stanford researchers, that may no longer be the case. The Stanford researchers used the BrainExplorer, a table-top tool that simulates how the human brain processes […]

Never Stop Learning

Yesterday was a great day for science! Dinosaur Dan provided some great hands-on experiments with the adults at the Grove Senior Center in Asheville, North Carolina. Many participated in the Molecule Races, Fishing For Ice Cubes, and of course the famous Silly Putty! Always a fan favorite! During all of the fun, there was a […]

Moon Mud

Kids at the Waynesville Parks and Recreation Center in North Carolina enjoyed Space…the Final Frontier program with Einstein Emily. Along with making glow in the dark moon mud, the kids were filmed for the local news on a Never Stop Learning segment they do. The kids had a great time seeing the chemical reactions and […]