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Richard Wells

Scientists need Artists need iPads | IPAD 4 SCHOOLS - 11 views

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    Why Science needs Art Why Schools need iPads.
John Evans

Apps in Education: Science Probes for the iPad - 10 views

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    "Science is one of those subjects that really excite students because they get to see cause and effect, they get to create, record and then document results and they get to manipulate the variables that produce the data. Students then get to make connections between what they do and the real world. Add an iPad, a series of carefully chosen apps and a couple of probes and you can make all of these observations happen in a mobile environment - outside, at home or even on an excursion. I would love to be a student in a classroom with these tools!"
Fred Delventhal

Exploriments - 1 views

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    Exploriments are simulation-based interactive learning units for enhancing conceptual understanding in Science and Math in an experiential manner. Useful for students and teachers alike, Exploriments provide a highly interactive, exploratory, and engaging experience.
John Evans

Science Education on the Edge · iPads in the classroom: a review of my 1:1 de... - 6 views

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    " iPads in the classroom: a review of my 1:1 deployment so far January 14, 2012 in Mostly Technology, Science Teaching with Technology | 3 comments iPads as sketchpads Group drawing of a neuron using iPads I'm going to return to my roots as an edtech blogger for a moment and recap this past semester's iPad deployment project, so those of you used to reading my notes about SBG will have to wait for the next post."
John Evans

Apps in Education: iDevices in the Science Lab - 5 views

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    "Can you record what you see in a microscope using an iDevice. One of the Science teachers came into the staff room very excited yesterday. She had been working with her senior science class with the normal light microscope looking at red and white blood cells at 400X. They were discussing how they could document their experiment. One of her students just grabbed his iPhone, placed it on the eyepiece of the microscope and took a photograph. Here are the resulting images."
Mu He

Top 20 Must-Have Educational iPhone & iPad Apps Used By Real Teachers in the Classroom - 4 views

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    I will not say those are "must-have" apps. However, it would be great to see other people's work.
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