Re: [EASCI] Technology
- --- d_scordes <d_scordes@...> wrote:
> Hi again. Can I get a list of what can count asI think you could use calculators, multimedia type
> using technology?
> I know microscopes, computers, but what else. I do
> not have access
> to probes. Any ideas will be great and may help
> give me some
items such as t.v, video clips, etc. I used a scan
converter and showed a PBS website on the dry erase
board. Each student had a worksheet and answered the
questions as we followed the website. Just a thought.
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- Stacey,I had the students use the internet and create a power point.Dawn----- Original Message -----From: d_scordesSent: Monday, November 25, 2002 1:09 AMSubject: [EASCI] TechnologyHi again. Can I get a list of what can count as using technology?
I know microscopes, computers, but what else. I do not have access
to probes. Any ideas will be great and may help give me some
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I found out when I was going through that Texas
Instruments will loan equipment to try with your class in
hopes that you will buy. I asked for the projection
screen that allows you to hook up the calculator and
motion detector. I used that in a unit on motion and we
studied time distance graphs, acceleration and more. It
was a lot of fun. The kids had a blast because after we
saw it on the overhead, they played with it a little and
understood it we made our own graphs outside in the dirt
and guessed each others graphs.