Liquid nitrogen is the basis of everything we do here at our ice cream shop. Our Sub Zero stores wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for to pioneering scientists who came before us. Read below to learn about how nitrogen was discovered, what it is used for, and how it transforms from a gas to a liquid.
We’re just going to lay it out there. Kids go bananas over ice cream (bananas over ice cream? That sounds delicious!). Kids, however, do not always go bananas over learning. Thankfully, many teachers across the nation have embraced student-centered learning. In short, this refers to a style of education instruction that addresses specific needs of students – including their interests and distinct learning styles. While some students might thrive in a lecture-style classroom and can’t wait to get to school every morning, others need a more hands-on approach. Addressing the needs of all students to help them learn and grow is the essence of student-centered learning. Which brings us back to our claim of “kids go bananas over ice cream.”