Tag Archives: science and technology

Cool Tool | Labster

Labster develops fully interactive and advanced virtual laboratory simulations that support open-ended e-learning. Labs rely on 3D programming, storytelling, and engaged human interactions to build a virtual environment in which students can more deeply learn core scientific principles and put … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Graphical Analysis App

The adoption and use of Chromebooks in the classroom continues to boom. STEM teachers can further utilize these widely popular mobile devices, and provide their students with an engaging and hands-on way to learn important scientific concepts, with Vernier Software … Continue reading

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Boston Setting the Pace

Advancing STEM, personalizing learning, and catalyzing change.   INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Like its famous marathon, and with a resilient spirit, Boston is advancing its students toward a strong, enduring, personalized, and meaningful future. Tommy Chang, Ed.D., was appointed … Continue reading

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Global Connections

Tips for success in linking students to experts worldwide. GUEST COLUMN | by Hayley Hutchinson The days of hoping to convince experts to come to the school in person and speak to students, or begging for field trip funding are … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | ITN Source Timeline

Using archive footage, ITN Source has created an interactive video timeline showing how science and technology has changed our lives over the last 114 years. The aim was to design a fun, dynamic and educational tool using digital media to show … Continue reading

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Project Pen Pal

Connecting classrooms through sharing science.  FEATURE | by Joel Knopf At age 10, Amy O’Toole was one of the youngest people ever to have published a peer-reviewed science article. Her inspiring article, which she wrote with her classmates as part … Continue reading

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