The Nerdist Chris Hardwick and his trusty sidekick Matt Mira provide Dr. Who references and some timely humor for our show about clocks, calendars, and leaps in time.
In this lesson, students collect survey and measurement data, construct bar graphs, and discuss distributions and measures of central tendency in order to figure out whether shoe companies should necessarily be selling their products in same-size pairs.
In this lesson, students use retail stores and logic to examine the classic case of the Prisoner’s Dilemma, and decide whether there is hope that the people might be able to reclaim Turkey Day.
The Arizona At Home Learning partnership supports remote education for students through a suite of free digital resources and an educational broadcast schedule of programs aligned with state curriculum standards.
Actress, comedian, and political activist Janeane Garofalo joins the show to lay out the political theater as she sees it, and cedes no ground on whether scientific issues should ever be a topic of partisan debate.
In this lesson, students will explore how many people the Earth is adding and losing each minute, and use this to build an exponential model for human population growth.