Fall is coming to a close, and winter is in the offing. This does not keep the secondary education science and mathematics students from asking to go outside every class. Even in the dark! However, they appear to be enjoying sharing ideas and strategies for reaching the minds of middle and high school students as they prepare to student teach next semester. In the spring, they will practice on real students. Good luck to all! They should have a great time.
Juggling Towers: In reality, this group is tasked with constructing a tower 1,000,000 cm surface area tower out of cubes, but chose to interrupt this design for a juggling show.
Random Chaos? Methods students share in what appears to be the random chaos of ionic bonding.
Students with scissors: These are the same people who will become teachers of children who will tell their students not to play with scissors. Hmmmmmmmmm.
Triangles? I am thinking triangles. Bridges are all about triangles, so why not buildings?
Tower Tumble: Just how far can we get with this tower and keep it up? How about a base? Why is it cheating to tape it to the floor?
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