eCYBERMISSION: We Need YOUR Help! Registration for students and Team Advisors is open until 11:59 PM ET on January 25, 2023. As a reminder, students work in teams of 2 to 4, under the guidance of an adult Team Advisor, to choose a problem in their community to explore with science or solve with engineering. Team … Continue reading eCYBERMISSION: Free Online STEM Competition for Youth
Parent Teaching Tips: Schedules – Why & How
Why is keeping a schedule important? Scheduling is important because it helps you understand what you can achieve with your time and allows you to prioritize essential tasks. Further, it allows for the unexpected, brokers what you can handle, allows you to focus on goals, provides an opportunity for downtime, and, most importantly it, helps … Continue reading Parent Teaching Tips: Schedules – Why & How
Developing A Growth Mindset Instead of a Fixed Mindset
This article seeks to discuss and compare ta growth mindset and fixed mindset, review strategies, and merit in the classroom. Finally, explain how these strategies encourage student motivation and promote a positive classroom environment. Discuss and Compare Fixed Mindset — Students believe their skills, talents, and overall intelligence are fixed traits. They may resist learning … Continue reading Developing A Growth Mindset Instead of a Fixed Mindset
“Think Traits” Bolsters Immune System
Please follow the Presidential Guidelines to be safe and at the same time be hopeful, calm, at peace and know we all will come through this together. 😊Science shows that these "think" traits booster the immune system. https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/coronavirus-guidelines-america/ A positive attitude can improve your immune system and may help you live longer, according to a University of Queensland study. … Continue reading “Think Traits” Bolsters Immune System
Online Collaborations with Hands on Activities
If you are a teacher or parent or work with youth and looking to collaborate for online and hands on activities. We are helping! We have small hands on projects, that we can suggest, that takes regular classroom inventory that can be mailed at little cost. Example- teach motion with engineering activities- https://www.teachengineering.org/lessons/view/cub_catapult_lesson01 and build … Continue reading Online Collaborations with Hands on Activities
Blood Pressure and Velocity in Relation to Bernoulli’s Principle and Pascal’s Law
By Crystal Bishop What is Bernoulli’s Principle in relation to blood pressure and velocity? However, let's go back to the original question, keeping in mind that work imposed on the veins may originate with the work of the muscles (how blood actually gets circulated around the body), and that can lead to an explanation of why there tends to … Continue reading Blood Pressure and Velocity in Relation to Bernoulli’s Principle and Pascal’s Law
Why do veins have higher velocity compared to capillaries? Are we saying fluids are moving fast?
By Crystal Bishop You may wonder why blood in veins has a higher velocity than in capillaries. That answer comes down to the work of the veins compared to the work of the capillaries. When I say work, it is a type of force. Remember, force is the push or pull applied on an object. When force is applied … Continue reading Why do veins have higher velocity compared to capillaries? Are we saying fluids are moving fast?
Blood Pressure and Velocity; Why Blood Veins Do Not Have High Velocity with High Pressure or Low Velocity with Low Pressure
By Crystal Bishop Courtesy of: https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/blood-and-blood-vessels I recently learned that the velocity of blood moving in veins is faster than that in capillaries, but the blood pressure in veins is much lower than that of any other blood vessel. Since veins have a relatively high blood velocity (at least compared to capillaries), shouldn't they also … Continue reading Blood Pressure and Velocity; Why Blood Veins Do Not Have High Velocity with High Pressure or Low Velocity with Low Pressure