Sophia and Bill Nye Build Excitement for Learning
Our partnership with Bill Nye the Science Guy gets students pumped to learn and truly explains what Sophia is all about. Our shared campaigns for flipping the classroom and fighting the summer brain drain, provided students access to tutorials and quizzes that kept their brains buzzing all summer.
When teachers use the Sophia platform to create and share lessons, they are giving students unique ways to maximize their learning potential. They are also giving themselves the gift of more time to focus on building relationships with students during class. Our partnership with Bill Nye provides students with access to great science content taught by the Science Guy himself.
Discover Great Content from Bill Nye the Science Guy
When a small amount of water is heated in a can and then submerged in cold water, what happens? What happens to the speed of particles when they go from hot to cold? Learn what really shapes a can.
Nitrogen is a gas which makes up about 70% of the atmosphere. If cooled to extremely low temperatures, around -196°C (approximately -320°F) it becomes a liquid.
Using the liquid in s...
Have you ever wondered how clouds form in the atmosphere? Watch as a bicycle pump and a glass bottle are used to make a homemade cloud.
When a water balloon is placed on the mouth of a bottle after a flame is dropped inside, what will happen? Watch and learn as we experiment together.
Ever notice after it rains, earth worms are everywhere? Here's the reason why and then some.
Is there life on mars? Will we ever have an answer to this question? Watch and then stay tuned.....
Owning a telescope gives a person the opportunity to appreciate the beauty of our stars and planets. What do you see when you look at the night sky?
The need to prevent germs going to and coming from mars is essential. Science has advanced how to keep this from happening, hear how. And by the way, what is your favorite breakfast food?
This lesson explores how scientists know the age of the earth. Using evidence from the past, it is apparent that there are billions of years of history to study.