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theedadvocate.org6 Reasons Why Lessons Fail - The EdvocateSpread the loveYou spent your entire evening planning the perfect lesson on gravity. The next day, you teach this lesson to your students, following all of the guidelines of the teaching and learning process. However, it still ends up being a dud. Your lesson didn’t connect with your students like your anticipated. What went wrong. To figure this out, you will need to do some deep reflection. To help you diagnose the problem, we are sharing a graphic that describes 6 reasons why lessons fail. It also lists strategies that you can use to overcome each issue. …
billboard.comSee How Ariana Grande Managed to Defy Gravity in 'No Tears Left to Cry' VideoAriana Grande made her grand return to the music world with her upbeat single "No Tears Left To Cry" on Friday (April 20). The singer followed up the premiere with a beautiful, mind-bending video and debuted the song live during a surprise Coachella appearance -- all in the same day. Now, she’s giving fans a peek into how all the stunts took place.
popsci.comGravity and good timing helped the Hubble spot a star from the early universeWhen looking back into the deep recesses of the universe, even huge objects like planets, stars, and galaxies can appear small. Magnification can help, but how do you get a magnifying glass large enough to spot stars billions of light years away?
phys.orgFungus senses gravity using gene borrowed from bacteriaThe pin mold fungus Phycomyces blakesleeanus forms a dense forest of vertically growing fruiting bodies, but how does it know which way is "up"? New research publishing 24 April in the open access journal PLOS Biology, from Gregory Jedd's group at the Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory, National University of Singapore, reveals that the fungi have acquired and re-modelled a gene from bacteria to help them make large gravity-sensing crystals.
billboard.comBeyonce & Solange Hilariously Tumble During Coachella Dance Break: WatchWhen Solange came out during Beyoncé's first Coachella set and danced with her big sister, it was one of the best surprises of Weekend 1- and Weekend 2 delivered another Solange moment, except this time gravity intervened.
gizmodo.comIntense Gravity of Super-Earths Could Trap Aliens on Their Home PlanetRocky worlds larger than Earth are commonplace in the galaxy, and a few of them may even be habitable. Which poses an interesting question: How difficult would it be for aliens living on these super-Earths to launch rockets into space, given the tremendous gravity? According to new research, it would be difficult to the point of impossibility—meaning that some aliens may be perpetually trapped on their home worlds.