Tips, tools for engaging science and math lessons

Tips, tools for engaging science and math lessons
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Fifth-grade science teacher Pete Barnes in this blog post says math and science assignments that use items around the house can help engage students, and he suggests a host of websites and apps that teachers can use for online or hybrid science and math lessons. He also recommends divvying video lessons among teachers to share the burden and allow each teacher to explore a topic more in-depth.

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