Google apps offer a powerful selection of tools for science educators and students. In this session, you will learn how to apply these tools to foster deeper learning, collaboration, experimentation, data collection, and work publishing. You will also be introduced to Arduino Science Journal, a free digital science toolbox that allows students to make observations, take photos and collect sensor-based data to record light, sound, and movement anywhere using an iPhone, iPad, Android, and/or Chromebook device.
HTML is the foundational coding language used by web developers, and teachers with no background experience can introduce students to this language across all content areas by using AwesomeTable’s vast array of templates.
Using CAD software in design for Additive and Subtraction 3D Printing.
Information regarding the importance of early exposure to STEM careers and fields of study will be shared. Resources and project examples will also be shared with a focus on engaging and exciting learners.