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In the world of physics, some properties doesn’t always behave like we think they should. A liquid should flow and fill a container; a solid should not move.
Not So Solid…Not So Liquid… Glueup
This review is appropriate for students after they have both learned the AZER model and the APH Periodic Table.
Review of atom concepts with the AZER atomic model and the APH Periodic Table
In this lab, students use both critical thinking and math skills as they measure volume using tools adapted for visual impairment.
This simple activity allows students to display their knowledge of basic concepts related to the atom using the APH model.
Atomic Number and Mass Number with the APH Azer Model
This activity provides a hands-on experience for students to better understand the concept of the "atom". It is based on the meaning of the word atom.
Atom Cannot Be Divided
This simple activity uses a calendar to introduce the rows (periods) and columns (groups) of the Periodic Table.
Periodic Table Introduction Using a Calendar
This is an ongoing opportunity for students to ask, WHY? Students both post and answer questions posted by other students.
Hydroponic systems grow food when the resources needed, such as rain and rich soil, do not exist. In this activity, students build a basic hydroponics system.
Creating a Hydroponics System
Is there a connection between the sense of smell and the sense of taste? In this activity, students will discover that there is.
Tasting What You Smell
This assignment came about in order to encourage my students to consider the work of scientists and mathematicians who are visually impaired.
Who Are the Scientists with a Visual Impairment?
In this activity, students identify sedimentary and metamorphic rock based on the feel of the rock.
Feeling Rock: A Hands-On Rock Cycle Activity
In this short activity, students who are blind or visually impaired become the players (products and reactants) in cellular respiration.
Cellular Respiration - Kinesthetic Activity