Tara Saghafi Hi Megan, You're welcome, and glad it's relevant. You can find the video here: https://www.gsk scienceeducatio n.com/en-gb/res ources/extraord inary-beings/fu el-to-win/ You'll also find more resources like this under the Extraordinary ... – Mar 19, 9:03 AM
Megan Bowe Thanks for sharing, this is very relevant to the topic I am teaching at the moment. Is the video clip accessible? I would love to ... – Mar 19, 8:35 AM
Nancy Curtiss I love this idea. I am going to work on something like this for Kinder-5th grade. Do you know if anyone has developed one for ... – Mar 14, 5:52 PM
Michael Anstee What have people used as an assessment criteria for an activity like this? Thinking about how to link it to some objectives for a year ... – Mar 13, 6:00 PM
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