Lillian Moller Gilbreth. In 1915 earned a PhD in industrial psychology from Brown Univ., the first degree EVER in that field. First American engineer to combine the fields of psychology and scientific management. Partnered w/ her husband in their management consulting firm. She did volunteer work and projects for the government. All this while giving birth to and raising TWELVE children--only one of whom was born in a hospital.
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Students are way more engaged and get more practice done with these scientific notation mazes. This activity reviews converting to and from scientific notation. Supports 8th grade standards: CCSS 8.EE.A.3 and TEKS 8.2C. Includes 3 maze games (converting to scientific notation, converting from scientific notation, and converting to and from scientific notation) and answer keys. This is the perfect addition to any scientific notation unit.
The Scientific Method: Will Ants Carry a Smithsonian Logo? - The scientific method helps us create a structured way to solve problems and answer questions. Watch Dan Babbit, Manager at the Insect Zoo and Live Butterfly Pavilion at Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, use the scientific method to test if leaf-cutter ants will carry the Smithsonian logo.