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How to Teach with Technology: Science and Math

How to Teach with Technology: Science and Math
Students fire off ideas for using digital tools to teach scientific and mathematical concepts. Check out these tips from students and educators for high tech teaching: Science In former teacher T.J. Credit: Courtesy of DreamWorks SKG "The biggest thing needed for this project is an analysis of your resources," says Fletcher, who notes that in a project such as this, the teacher is not going to be the expert in all areas. "I let the students be the experts when it came to editing the videos," he adds. For inexpensive yet effective video cameras, he suggests trying Flip video cameras: "Their cost and durability make them an excellent choice for the classroom." Are You Game? Making video games will likely require some heavy lifting on the part of educators, but those interested in helping students create their own games can check out the World Wide Workshop Foundation, which, among other projects and resources, provides a program for teaching kids to design their own games. Visualizing Chemistry Related:  bbauer3

Universal Design for Learning Welcome to the Chemical Education Digital Library Web 2.0 Tools for Math Educators By Laura Turner This is a continuing series on Web2.0 and other web-based tools for educators. This information is specific to math educators, but there is some crossover into science. Math educators will find a large number of useable interactive companion web sites for the teaching of math concepts and skills. 3Dvinci 3D design is a great motivational and instructional tool. Algebasics This site contains a variety of interactive Algebra help/ problems/activities Archimy This site has a service for drawing the graphs of all kinds of functions . Arcademic Skill Builder Our research-based and standards-aligned free educational math games and language arts games will engage, motivate, and help teach students. Calc3D This site has interactive Mathematical graph and charting software for geometry and statistics

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