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Technology Tool Archive - Page 3


CSERD: Interactivate - Jun 25, 2012

Does the word "computational" scare your students? It shouldn't. Check out this set of free Java-based lessons and activities, all built around interactive tools that let kids deeply explore the math behind the concept. Examples: Rabbits & Wolves to learn about probability; Plop It! is a graph plotter.


Rubistar: Creating Rubrics for Project-Based Learning - Mar 26, 2012

This free tool helps you create high-quality rubrics in a short amount of time. Templates are available for: science experiments, verbal reports, multimedia presentations, and more.


The Nebraska Astronomy Applet Project: Online Labs for Introductory Astronomy - Jan 25, 2012

Planning a unit on Astronomy? Don't miss these simulation-based modules. Superior quality, fun, and adaptable for grades 8-12. Includes assessments.


4 Teachers: Family of Tools - Nov 16, 2011

15 cost-free tools offer time-saving ways to monitor research projects, create online lessons, quizzes, classroom calendars, and customized rubrics.


Science Buddies - Science Fair Project Resources - Jul 9, 2011

AAAS has developed "Science Buddies" to help teachers and students develop science fair projects. There is a host of online tools to use on this site. So, if you are a new (and not so new) teacher charged with science fair participation, look at this resource for help and guidance.

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