Top Lessons of 2011: Science!

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Finding the Direction of Acceleration by Bob Schaefer: An intro to change vectors and learning about acceleration! Definitely one of the most helpful ShowMes I watched all year!

Accuracy vs. Precision by JR Ginex-Orinion: These are two very important things to think about when running science experiments!

Acceleration and Kinetic Energy Equations by Ryan Halverson: Ryan is one of our ShowMe superstars and has created quite a library of knowledge. This ShowMe about acceleration is one of my favorites!

Simple Punnett Square by Joy Sanga: Punnett squares were always one of my favorite activities in Biology class and Joy shares with us how to set one up and figure out what it means!

Gravity and the moons orbit by Randy Rodgers: What causes the moon to orbit the earth instead of drifting off into space?

To view more great science lessons, check out the science topic page and browse the featured ShowMes. Don’t forget to vote on the lessons that make a difference to your education!

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