Welcome to the Education Buzz! Spring is finally here, and it’s time to go outside and drop some Mentos into a big bottle of Diet Coke.

Back already? That was AWESOME, wasn’t it? Aren’t you curious about the result of mixing two simple things? Well, aren’t you? Stay tuned. Sometimes all you have to do is be patient and pay attention, and all is made clear. Ask Newton.

You can join a discussion here on our blog about the right age for students to get involved in science fair. Is kindergarten too early? Then read all about a special boot camp that is changing the science fair experience.

Bellringers (Carol Richtsmeier) presents Writing Competition, Mr. Chicken & Lubbock posted at Bellringers. Bellringers (Carol Richtsmeier) presents Girls Just Wanna Have Fun posted at Bellringers.

Katie from TripBase.com  9 Most Common School Trip Blunders

mmazenko presents Teen Athletes Eating Right posted at A Teacher’s View.

Joanne Jacobs presents Algebra II mandate gains momentum posted at Joanne Jacobs.

Gemma Young presents World Health Day posted at Snapshot Science.

Darren presents How To Make A Teacher’s Week posted at Right on the Left Coast: Views From a Conservative Teacher.

oldandrew presents Culture posted at Scenes From The Battleground.

Pat presents To Dream the Impossible Dream posted at Successful Teaching.

Susan at Savvy Source explains why she loves science.

Curmdugeon presents Are you teaching Calculus next year? posted at Curmudgeon.

Steve Spangler presents Weather and Science Day 2011 at Coors Field posted at Steve Spangler Science.

Jim Stergios presents Vocational/Technical Education That Works posted at Rock the Schoolhouse.

Coach Brown presents Late Penalty posted at A Passion for Teaching and Opinions.

Elementary History Teacher presents An Interview with Elementary History Teacher, posted at History is Elementary.

Mamacita (Jane Byers Goodwin) presents Standardization, Administration, & Other Bollocky Things, posted at Scheiss Weekly.

Miss Eyre presents The Short Happy Tenure of Chancellor Walcott, posted at NYC Educator.

Ms. Cornelius presents Parent-Teacher Conferences: Appreciating the Love posted at A Shrewdness of Apes.

Polski3 presents Slice and Dice, posted at Polski3’s View from Here.

That’s it for this edition of the Education Buzz; I hope nobody was left out.

Many thanks to all the fine educators who contributed to the Buzz; you are appreciated more than you could ever know. When educators share their experience, knowledge, and opinions, the rest of us learn what’s really going on in our children’s schools. It is our opinion that most of what’s going on in our schools is good. We are honored to help highlight the positive things.

As for the Mentos and Diet Coke. . . . There is science behind everything we do at Spangler Science. The fact is, genuine science is cool. It’s amazing. Science learning is a great opportunity to explore, discover and amaze. Visit our experiment library for hundreds of experiments and demonstrations to share with your students.

Here’s the science behind the Mentos and Diet Coke experiment.

The next Education Buzz will be hosted by Bellringers. You can submit your post right HERE.

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  1. Ropes Course Design
    Ropes Course Design says:

    When I was in high school I’m very active during science month and involved in creating programs such as quiz bee, bizarre’s and experiments. Me and my group invent a perfume extracted from the Gumamela flower. We didn’t won on the said contest but we have fun on joining it.

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