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Biologi. Fysik. IT och digital pedagogik i skolan: Digitala verktyg i NO. Att arbeta språkutvecklande med begrepp om vattnets former och faser Åk 4. Språkutveckling och BFL lyfter mina NO-lektioner. Att tänka att lektionen ska fokusera på språkutveckling och innehålla inslag av bedömning för lärande har verkligen gett mig en helt ny arsenal av undervisningsmetoder. Att jag känner till genrepedagogik och Dylan Williams fem nyckelstrategier har hjälp mig att skapa lektionsaktiviteter som verkligen utmanar och utvecklar mina elever. Mina elever i åk 4 har nyligen planerat och genomfört ett odlingsförsök och det är nu dags för dem att skriva en rapport på försöket. För att få dem att förstå hur strukturen på en rapport kan se ut och vad som utmärker god kvalité genomförde vi idag följande aktiviteter: Dokumentation av undersökning elevexempel Som vi ofta gör använde vi oss av EPA/Think pair share och No hands up vilket gör alla elever aktiva och att många får komma till tals i helklass.

Hitta regler. Hitta regler är en samling förslag på övningar som tar sin utgångspunkt i elevernas kunskaper om kraft och rörelse. Alla människor har upplevelser av begreppen balans, tyngdpunkt, jämvikt, rörelse, friktion och tyngdkraft. Här beskrivs en undervisning som tar vara på just dessa upplevelser och låter eleverna utveckla dem vidare. Meningen är att eleverna ska undersöka aktiviteter och miljöer för att hitta regler istället för att bevisa någon annans regler.

Som lärare kan man utnyttja att eleverna har vana att röra sig i olika miljöer och använda cyklar och annan utrustning. Deras upplevelser av och kunskaper om kraft och rörelse i dessa situationer blir en resurs i fysikundervisningen. En arbetsgång Materialet bygger på en arbetsgång i sju steg. Steg 1. Progressionen i arbetsgången De första stegen i arbetsgången, steg 1-4, fungerar som en start för elever i alla grundskolans årskurser. Rätt och fel är inte viktigt. Diagnostiskt material. NO stöd åk 4 6. NTA - Teman. PhET: Free online physics, chemistry, biology, earth science and math simulat...

What is it? « Algodoo. Algodoo is a unique 2D-simulation software from Algoryx Simulation AB. Algodoo is designed in a playful, cartoony manner, making it a perfect tool for creating interactive scenes. Explore physics, build amazing inventions, design cool games or experiment with Algodoo in your science classes. Algodoo encourages students and children’s own creativity, ability and motivation to construct knowledge while having fun. Making it as entertaining as it is educational. Algodoo is also a perfect aid for children to learn and practice physics at home. Functionality With Algodoo you can create simulation scenes using simple drawing tools like boxes, circles, polygons, gears, brushes, planes, ropes and chains.

Physical elements You can also add more physics in your simulation like fluids, springs, hinges, motors, thrusters, light rays, tracers, optics and lenses. Analyze and visualize For deeper analysis you can also show graphs or visualize forces, velocities and momentum. Algobox – Sharing scenes. Whiteboards - Primary Science. 7 Free iPad Apps for Science Lessons. Cross-posted from my other blog I'm preparing to do a virtual presentation for a small district next month. My hosts asked for a list of some science apps that their middle school and high school students can use.

This is part of the list that has free apps. The Bill Nye The Science Guy iPad app is a free iPad app on which students can watch Bill Nye videos, play games, and discover kitchen table science experiments to do at home with their parents. The app is beautifully designed. GoREACT is a free iPad app from the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago. Powers of Minus Ten: Bone is a neat iPad app for biology students. Virtual Heart is a free iPad app that allows users to take a closer look at how the human heart functions. 3D Brain is a free iPad app that features a model of the human brain. he app provides a three dimensional model of the human brain that students can rotate.

20 great outdoor science experiments. When I asked parents what puts them off doing science experiments at home one of the reasons was the mess, which after many a gloop covered kitchen floor I can definitely empathise with. So today, I’m sharing fun outdoor science experiments, making it much easier to clean up afterwards. This one is messy wherever you do it, but we loved making these splatter patterns so much I had to include them. If you don’t want to use paint, you could just use water. You’ll need LOTS of space for this super fast bottle rocket. Can you grow some flowers or vegetables? How about making a pinwheel and watch it move in the wind.

If you’ve got snow, you could make a snow volcano or even use sand in summer. Or if you’re on the beach how about trying to make the perfect sandcastle? Learn about the weather with these weather investigations, including a pinecone weather station, making a mini hurricane and a rain gauge. When the weather finally warms up, how about trying some science in your paddling pool. KS1 Science.

© The clues are the names of the adult animals, the correct answers are the name of their young. © A three part sorting activity based around animals. Sort either animals and plants, animals with or without legs and how animals move. This is a quiz to support the understanding of adult and young animals. 15 multiple choice questions with built in answer checking. A three part activity to help with understanding the differences between young and adult animals. The materials sorting and labelling application is a simple to use science vocabulary exercise. A sound identification activity with sorting of musical instruments by how the sound is made.

Watch the water cycle in action and add your own labels. Label words are simply dragged and dropped into the correct place in the diagram. Label words are simply dragged and dropped into the correct place in the picture. The plant parts labelling application is a simple to use science vocabulary exercise. Energiklimat_0.pdf. 45 Outstanding iPad Apps for Science Learning. To gain basic knowledge on a new topic do not necessarily demand you to read tons of books or sign up for a course. In some cases, you can actually replace the dusty classroom with a tiny App and gain knowledge while sitting at home and having fun. Right now there are a lot of science iPad Apps you can work with to make it easier and more fun to pick up scientific knowledge.

In this article, I am are sharing with you a handpicked collection of Apps divided into different disciplines of science. Whether you are a student, a science professional, or just a plain science enthusiast you can take advantage of a wide range of iPad Apps for chemistry, biology, astronomy, earth and environment, and some helpful productivity Apps. Advertisement Chemistry Apps for iPad Molecules – Free Molecules is an application for viewing three-dimensional renderings of molecules and manipulating them using your fingers.

Buffers – $1.99 Buffers is a scientific tool for designing buffer solutions for pH control. Sagitta - mikroskop, mätinstrument, labutrustning m.m. Skapa och upptäck. Inspiration kring digitala verktyg i NO-undervisningen. Schoolido. Uttrycksformer för upptäckare - fördjupning. Super Cool Science Experiments You Can Do At Home. Hans Persson | Konkret och kreativ NO. Experimentskafferiet. Experimentera mera.

S experimentfabrik. NO. Element Classes. DMR_textsammanst.pdf. Harvard STEM Teaching Videos. Posted on May 28th, 2013 by Mary Lord Looking for a way to make probability come to life in your multicultural math class and assess which students “got it?” How about a fun activity that gives high-school students a hands-on feel for fundamental calculus concepts and also meets state content standards? The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for for Astrophysics has compiled a digital video library full of curriculum-enhancing lessons, assessment tools, and case studies - all developed and used by teachers in their classrooms.

These “Videos to Enhance Understanding and Teaching of K-12 Learning Goals,” as the project is called, feature: • Clinical Interviews of Student Ideas • Demonstrations of Phenomena • Case Studies of Instruction or Research • Interviews with Experts • Correlations to state and national curriculum standards Clips can be searched for in a variety of ways.

The collection of 1,017 movies includes a range of topics. Among the “What’s the Point?” No on Pinterest | 28 Pins. Välkommen till Ingenjör Lundströms experimentverkstad ! Free Homeschool Science Notebooking pages. Skapa och upptäck. 20 AWESOME Science Projects. Fysik | Hans Persson | Konkret och kreativ NO. Koll på NO - biologi, fysik och kemi. Klassrummet Genom att följa Klassrummet på FB får du idéer, lektionstips, nyheter och inspiration som rör din undervisning. Klicka här för att komma till Klassrummet Nyhetsbrev Vill du ta del av våra nyheter och läromedelsutskick för Förskola och grundskola Fk-6? Läs mer Med datorn som skrivverktyg Låt datorn vara det dominerande skrivverktyget i läs- och skrivundervisningen de första åren i skolan.

Läs mer Kontakta mig. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: 7 Terrific Chrome Apps for Science Teachers. February 19, 2015 Today we spent sometime in Chrome web store sifting through the different educational extensions they have there and we ended up with the list below. These are some very good tools for Science teachers to use with their students to teach them about different scientific phenomena.We used user-reviews and download number as selective criteria for out list. Have a look and share with us what you think of it. Enjoy 1- 3D Solar System This is a 3D solar system simulation application, which gives you the approximate location of the planets in the solar system at different time, and some information about each one of them. 2- Anatomy 3d Anatomy 3D provides you with a bunch of interactive tools to use to dissect, explore and learn about the human body in 3D.

This extension offers users a variety of anatomy games and atlases to help them learn about human anatomy 4- Planetarium 5- Useful Periodic Table 6- BioDigital Human 7- Anatomy Skills : Bones. Putting ordinary things under an electron microscope. You've never looked at these otherwise perfectly ordinary things like this before! Check out this gallery of everyday subjects looked at through an electron microscope. [Zeiss Micro on Flickr via] White sugar Nylon fabric A beard hair. A staple poking through a sheet of paper. A piece of paper with inkjet printer ink.

A ballpoint pen. Wood grain Coffee grounds Ground pepper A grain of pepper Table salt. SciShow Kids. Science Resources. Science Simulations. Experiment Lab4kids.