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Eww, That's Gross! Science Apps for Middle and High School Students

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Overview

Would you like to engage your middle and high school students, spark inquiry, and help science concepts come alive for them? Join Dr. Jenna Linksens as she discusses effective uses, applications, and creative ways to use an iPadģ or tablet in your classroom to support learning and demonstrate understanding of science concepts, including PHOEC (Problem, Hypothesis, Observation, Experiment, Conclusion) in grades 6-12. Jenna will show how to use these applications with students to improve student performance and understanding of concepts through creation, not just consumption.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Saturday, December 1, 2018 @ 2:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Mobile Learning Basics , STEAM
Tags: High School, iPad Apps, Middle School, Mobile Learning, PHOEC, Science, scientific concepts, STEM

Reviews (35)

Full Member
 
great
Full Member
 
great
Full Member
+6
 
Good app suggestions. However, it would be great to know if they are free, paid, or require a subscription? I used to use DiscoveryEd, but my district dropped its subscription :( and now I am unable to access the resources I most liked using.
 
Many app references for all to check out. Thank you
Full Member
 
I couldn't resist the title of this webnar.
Full Member
 
Not what I expected, but still had good information with good app references.
Full Member
 
This was not what I expected based on the title but there were some apps that I could use in my classroom.
Basic Member
+7
 
Great overview of a number of apps that can be used in the classroom.
Basic Member
 
Loved the Atomic Elements to build atoms. This is more interesting than just drawing them on the board! GREAT!!!
Basic Member
 
I am most excited to try imotion HD because I am the faculty moderator for our school's in house television program. Next, Nova Element should enable a much more engaging way to study elements.
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