Many of you have taken your students on virtual field trips using Google Expeditions (click here for more info).
Now, Google has created a way for students to create their own expeditions. Google Tour Creator is an interactive, easy-to-use tool that allows students to create rich, 360 degree experiences. Watch this video to learn more!
The Royal Society of Chemistry’s updated app is the perfect tool for students, whether they are beginners to the periodic table, skilled in Advanced Chemistry, or anywhere in between. The American Association of School Librarians just named this app as one of their 2018 Best Apps for Teaching & Learning.
Below are some of the app’s features:
See elements in their natural state and real-life applications
Check out podcasts and videos
Use the interactive slider to see how elements change state
Explore the discovery of the elements
Quick access to data
Ability to sort elements
Free download on the App Store or Google Play Store
Google’s Science Journal app transforms your device into a into a pocket-size science tool that encourages students to explore their world. As they conduct eye-opening experiments, they’ll record their observations and make new, exciting discoveries. Click here for a list of some of the experiments you can use with your students TODAY.
Watch the video below to learn more!