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Dean Mantz

Science Stuff from Mike Jaber & Others for Use with Chromebooks - Google Sheets - 16 views

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    Great start by Amy Mayer @friEdTechnology on compiling recommendations of science resources for use with Chromebooks.
Dean Mantz

ElectroCity - 10 views

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    ElectroCity is a new online computer game that lets players manage their own virtual towns and cities. It's great fun to play and also teaches players all about energy, sustainability and environmental management in New Zealand.
Randy Rodgers

Squishy Circuits - 15 views

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    Recipes and curricular ideas for Squishy Circuits. Cool, fun tool for learning about electrical circuits, electronics, etc.
Randy Rodgers

Home | MIT + K12 - 8 views

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    MIT-created site that uses student-created videos to explain complex science and engineering topics to k-12 students.
Fred Delventhal

http://fraboom.com - 22 views

Fred Delventhal

Humanline.com: Images of art, history and science for educational and commercial licensing - 13 views

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    Education users Professors, students and teachers are free to use it in classroom presentations and demos, dissertations and other non-commercial academic works, researches and all related not-for-profit activities. The use of our files is still bound by a license but its use is completely free as long as:   (1) the downloaded image is used according to its terms and conditions; (2) humanline.com is accredited as the source by a credit line or an active link to our website; and (3) it is not distributed to third parties. via http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2012/04/humanline-thousands-of-historic-images.html
Fred Delventhal

Smithsonian Wild - 17 views

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    Welcome to Smithsonian WILD! This site is designed to showcase some of the exciting research conducted by the Smithsonian Institution and its collaborators around the world, and to highlight the incredible diversity of wildlife that exists in a range of habitats across the globe.  The use of motion-triggered 'camera traps' has become an incredibly useful tool for scientists to answer an enormous range of conservation and ecological questions. Researchers attach these unique cameras to posts or trees, often along forest trails, and when a camera's sensor registers an animal's body heat and movement, a photograph is taken. The studies highlighted here demonstrate the range of applications of this method, and how these cameras give us a glimpse into an animal world that is rarely seen by anyone. You can search the site by following the trail of interesting animals or the lure of diverse sites around the world.
Dean Mantz

All sizes | QR Code Periodic Table with Symbols | Flickr - Photo Sharing! - 11 views

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    Each element of the Periodic Table is a QR code and connects to video upon scanning. 
Dean Mantz

http://hubforteachers.com/media/pdf/EDU_HUB_TRANSFORMERS.pdf - 17 views

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    Great poster for junior high and elementary students using "Transformers" as a concept to explain metamorphosis, energy transformation, and adaption.  PDF poster curtesy of Discovery Education and HUB.
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