Chrome Music Lab is a collection of 13 interactive "experiments" that let users create, play, and learn with a wide range of music concepts.
This year's list sees a lot of tools for STEM that focus on programming and coding.
Atlas Obscura is a website that features stories and images from remarkable, off-the-beaten-path places around the world.
The Applied Digital Skills program allows me to serve as a guide on the side (rather than the sage on the stage) to provide on-demand, in the moment help when my student need it
How a woman feels after leaving a group exercise class is significantly influenced by the instructor’s comments during the session, according to a new study by researchers at Northwestern University.
The findings show that although most women felt better after working out, their mood and body image was even better when the instructor’s motivational comments had focused on strength and health rather than losing weight or changing the appearance of one’s body.
According to a new study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, people who prioritize moral purity over compassion are more likely to dehumanize gay and transgender people, which leads to more prejudice and support for discriminatory public policies.
The Driving Question is the key to any effective PBL project. This question must be direct and open a student-centric understanding of what is to be eventually accomplished and learned. While giving the students a sense of mission, it is proactive and open-ended.
Cool geographical exploration tool has endless classroom applications
New research discovers a person’s physical health, including heart disease, high blood pressure, back pain and arthritis, may be influenced by anxiety and depression on a level equal to the long-established risk factors of smoking or obesity. The incidence of cancer, however, was not found to be associated with mental health risk factors.
The findings by University of California San Francisco researchers suggest the increased importance of assessing anxiety and depression during annual physical exams.
People whose parents struggled with alcohol use disorder are more likely to marry a person with alcohol problems, according to a new large-scale study conducted by researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and Lund University in Sweden. Children of problem drinkers are also more likely to get married before age 25 and less likely to marry later in life.