Monthly Archives: February 2014

Space Physics Phenomenon

The sun fired off a major solar flare late Monday http://t.co/3GAIp4X9XD pic.twitter.com/bQ2s5wQHGN — SPACE.com (@SPACEdotcom) February 26, 2014 The field of magnetohydrodynamics is much too advanced to work on with the Victoria high-school and university students I tutor in math … Continue reading

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The Effectiveness of Science Videos

As both a math tutor and a physics tutor, I have often encouraged my students to watch STEM education videos on Khan Academy because of how consistently relevant, clear, and engaging the content is on that very popular education website. … Continue reading

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Potential Laser Physics Application

In my work as a math and physics tutor I must spend most of my time in close alignment with the content of the courses that I am helping my students with. That can get a bit repetitive at times … Continue reading

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The Most Important Idea in Science

Shawn Carlson, known to thousands of students as “Dr. Shawn”, is the most competent, dedicated, and passionate promoter of STEM education that I have ever met. This video is from his new ilearnscience.org web site introduces emergence which he says … Continue reading

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