Top 10 Blog Posts of 2020
The year 2020 is in the books! Thanks to all of our blog visitors who have read articles, commented and shared. We hope to continue providing valuable insights, closer looks at our community, and fun content throughout the coming 12 months. In case you missed something, here are the top 10 most popular posts from last year:
28 Gifted Learners Receive Caroline D. Bradley Scholarship To Attend Optimally Matched High School Program
The announcement of new Caroline D. Bradley scholars is always an exciting time in the community. Take a trip back to September when the Class of 2025 was first announced.
The first iteration of our Virtual Learning Lab is still one of our most popular. Join our very own Nicole Endacott as she dives into the basics of Mendelian Genetics, including dominant and recessive alleles, genotypes and phenotypes and Mendel’s pea plant experiments.
J. Ruhl is the parent of a 2014 Caroline D. Bradley scholar. In this article, she gives her helpful perspective to help CDB applicants get a better understanding of the landscape.
Mathematics and poetry tie into each other nicely in this Virtual Learning Lab by Cassidy Kao. This video introduces Fibonacci Number and Sequence and two types of poems, the “Fib” and “Create Your Own Pattern” poems.
Umar Ahmed Badami, CDB Scholar, as he helps newcomers understand physics on the scale of atoms and galaxies. Discuss Einstein’s special relativity and some of its interesting consequences.
Back in June, IEA President Elizabeth Jones outlined our organizations commitment to social justice and equality in the aftermath of the latest example of injustice against the Black community.
In a year full of intense global events, it is only natural for intense emotions to arise. Here, we outline some resources and concepts to help families better manage them.
Learning about sea creatures is fun and easy to do at home with our Virtual Learning Lab on marine mammals. Better understand the sea otters, walruses and porpoises of the world.
What is probability? How is it applicable to our daily lives? In this video, 2023 Caroline D. Bradley Scholar Arul Kolla discusses probability and its mathematical and practical applications.
Early in the year, COVID-19 changed the way our society operated on a daily basis. The crisis continues to this day, and much of the insights provided by our own Jennifer De La Haye still ring true.
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