By Robert Grover
databot™ has been making friends all over the world since arriving in June 2019. One fun group of friends we have come to know this summer are the science-loving educators at Educational Innovations.
by Nancy Foote
Two of my favorite things are bubbles and balloons. I once had a part-time job delivering balloons. How I loved that job! I learned a lot about gas laws. I found out balloons take up less volume in cold weather and expand in hot weather. (Some of those lessons I learned the hard way.) I gained plenty of insight into people… and tips… and, of course, balloons!
Want to get your students revved up over the science of sound? This area of science has so much to explore, with more advances every day. Enjoy this collection of news related to recent discoveries about sound and waves.
If you find an interesting article on this subject, please share it with us in the comments below!
Most of us know what a sound is… but what’s the science behind it? And what can you do with sound (besides listen to it)? Plenty! We’ve selected some fascinating videos that explore the science of sound and waves. One of the most fascinating things about these videos is that they demonstrate how many unexpected ways we use sound—in our daily lives, in the lab, and beyond.
If you’ve enjoyed other videos on this topic, please share them with us!
Teaching about sound is so much fun! It’s a concept that even the youngest learners can understand.
There are so many ways to introduce the topic—from waves and amplitude to sonic booms or quantum physics! Below you will find one of our favorite introductory lessons. Use it with students of any age to present the idea that sound is, essentially, a result of air molecules vibrating.
If you come across any lessons you’d like to share, please leave us a comment below!