Reading a Primary Source
Papers in physics and chemistry can be quite challenging to read. I remember meeting a professor from a university in North Carolina two decades ago when I was still a student. The professor made a remark that it took him several months to read and comprehend one of the papers I co-authored with my mentor. The following is the abstract of that paper:
I regularly receive updates from the Teaching Channel, the home of videos from inspiring classrooms. In one of the updates, I saw a video of how a science teacher in high school introduces primary sources to her students:
Shelia Darjean Banks teaches at the John Ehret High School in Marrero, Louisiana. I think Banks does a fine job.