Perfect to wrap up the year: a four-round puzzlement tournament.
I’m reading Teaching With the Brain in Mind and realized how my weekly Puzzlements mailer has some great connections to a brain-friendly classroom! The author, Eric Jensen, writes about creating a safe classroom in which the brain can learn. Here are a few notes I’ve made. Novelty Jensen explains how the brain loves new things. […]
After a summer hiatus, Puzzlements has returned for Season 2! Here are the top five links from the past month of Puzzlement mailers (now being sent to over 4,000 people!). And if you’re not signed up, it’s free! A house built on a column that can rotate 380° Fill these trays up with soy sauce, […]
Here are the most popular curiosities and puzzlements from March 2016: tumbleweed on a treadmill, a year of sunrises, tiny robots pulling a car, and more!
I love videos of robots messing up tasks. This one in particular struck a chord, because we get to see the robot learn from his mistakes. Let’s have students write him some advice…
Here are the five most popular puzzlements of the last month! Star Wars shadow art, frozen flying tea, and paper rollercoasters…
Here are this month’s five most popular Curiosities and Puzzlements.
From my weekly Curiosities and Puzzlements mailer, here are the most frequently clicked links from the past month: A running octopus Everyday objects, transformed into something new A time-lapsed painting of a tiny hotdog What do 2,000 calories look like? A 142 mph tennis serve slowed waaaay down Sign up for free at Puzzlements.co!