Finding an age-appropriate resource to explore the human body can be challenging, especially when the learning is in 3D. The MERGE Mr. Body anatomy experience is well suited to young students as they rotate the cartoon character while examining and interacting with specific body systems and parts, such as the heart, lung, liver, and brain.
The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicagobuilds bridges between youth and science, both inside and outside the classroom. On the museum’s Science at Home website, children can keep learning in place and at their own pace with science activities and topics they can access anytime.
Earn your Master’s in Instructional Technology and integrate forward-thinking technology trends into your curriculum through The University of Alabama (BAMA by Distance). Course concepts include adaptive and assistive technologies, assessment and evaluation in instructional technology, and online teaching and learning. Electives are also available in game-based learning, as well as other special topics. The program is entirely online, and you’ll study under the same expert faculty who teach on the university’s main campus. The degree is identical to a main campus degree, but it is less expensive because of the affordable distance tuition rate.
How many times as educators have we uttered a version of these phrases? “We don’t have time for that” or “I would love to do that but I don’t have time.”
Suddenly, guess what we have? Time. Unexpectedly we have received the gift of time. The gift of time to do those things we never have time to do. We have the gift of time as educators. We have the gift of time as learners. We have the gift of time as parents.