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Dean Mantz

Science Stuff from Mike Jaber & Others for Use with Chromebooks - Google Sheets - 14 views

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

Hack the Storybook - NEXMAP - 17 views

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    Very cool idea for using electronic components to make interactive, 21st century books, art, etc.
Dean Mantz

Eleanor Lutz's Animated Guide To Breathing - 12 views

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    Great animation comparing how a grasshopper, birds and human breath
Randy Rodgers

Idea Springboard - Google Science Fair 2014 - 13 views

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    Truly cool tool from Google inspires learners' questions and projects. Input what you are good at, what subject you enjoy, and what you want to do, and Google provides a tapestry (Yes, I just used the word "tapestry.") of links, videos, books, and other resources to get the creative juices flowing.
Dean Mantz

Environment - ChangeGamer - 10 views

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    Are you studying....eutrophication? Insects? water catchments? bird migrations? substaining fish? How about Planet Earth? These are all interactive sites for students to explore and use what they have learned through a gaming process.
Dean Mantz

Infographics Science: The Surprising Way The Brain Processes Visuals - 12 views

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    I find this post quite fascinating as it addresses how the brain functions through the use of visuals in the form of infographics. The post provides infographics along with visuals that illustrate how the brain interprets them. The article wraps up pointing out "5 quick takeaways for better visuals at a glance".
Dennis Grice

Solar Freakin' Roadways - The Challenge | The Thinking Stick - 7 views

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    It's more than just "Solar Freakin Roadways" it's about changing a mindset. Great post by Jeff Utecht.
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.
Dean Mantz

OpenRocket - 6 views

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    "OpenRocket is a free, fully featured model rocket simulator that allows you to design and simulate your rockets before actually building and flying them."
Randy Rodgers

MakerParent - 21 views

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    Nice collection of STEM project ideas for home (or school), sortable by age, complexity, or expense.
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