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Technology Resources for Science Experiments – Easy EdTech Podcast 006

March 19, 2019

In this episode I share technology resources and ideas for your next science experiment. You’ll hear how to use EdTech tools to conduct, capture and prepare for science experiments in your classroom this year, with plenty of cross-curricular connections!

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So let’s make this EdTech easy…

  • First, decide on what category you want to focus on (before, during, or after a science experiment)
  • Decide why you want students to interact with a particular EdTech tool (remember, “tasks before apps”
  • Choose how you will introduce the new tool or activity so students can dive in independently or with your support
  • Finally, reflect on what worked and what you might do differently next time

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