San Francisco based artist Jeremy Mann paints gritty cityscapes of cities in the US.
These kids deserve everything they can get their hands on and I want to show them that science isn’t just a worksheet or a lecture. It’s all about hands on and getting it broken down into simpler terms while also expanding their mind to new words and ideas about how things work.
I came up with this on the fly but you simply cannot teach science without having some sort of corresponding hands-on activity. Worksheets and pure lecturing aren’t cutting it for this generation anymore. It’s seriously time to start rethinking the way we broadcast our way of science to these kids.
This happens to me about five times every day. Most commonly it’s when I’m in the shoe department. We stock our shoes in the back, so customers have to show us the shoe they want and we go get their size for them. If we don’t have their size, we are supposed to offer to look online and order it for them or else check if another store has them. And because people generally need to know if the shoe fits, we will offer to let them try it on in another color if we have it. Here is how that conversation goes about 75% of the time.
Robin: So, we don’t have those shoes in a size eight in black, but if you’d like to try them on in brown-
Customer: NO I NEED THEM IN BLACK!
Robin: -we can order them in black for you.
The other really common one involves hangers
Robin: Would you like to keep your hangers?
Robin: Okay, I’m going to take them off-
Customer: NO I SAID I WANT TO KEEP THEM!
Robin: -and put them in your bag.
Light map of USA, overlay with interstate routes and state boundaries.
can we talk about how this fucking pbs show aimed at little kids easily talked about how anxiety is stressful but normal
Drake put on a disguise, then questioned passerby about fictitious situations involving himself, effectively proving that people are wack. And y’all wonder why I’m a fan. The Boy is awesome.
The Book Of Drake
Jimmy can’t handle some of your #MyWeirdFamily tweets!