Technology-Enhanced Science Activities
This page gathers resources for the Science and Engineering Saturday Seminar held March 6, 2010 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA, under the auspices of its Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education Institute (STEMEd), taught by Frieda Reichsman and Edmund Hazzard of the Concord Consortium, and Eric Martz.
You can get here with tinyurl.com/science-activities
- Science of Atoms and Molecules (SAM): Click the tab for your discipline.
- Middle and Junior H.S. Activities include DNA earrings, balloon molecules, and a DNA fingerprinting simulation.
- Molecular Workbench
- Massachusetts Science and Technology/Engineering Curriculum Framework.
- Connecticut Core Science Curriculum Framework.
- Information Technology in Science Instruction (ITSI) includes data collection with sensors (temperature, distance, humidity, etc.) and NetLogo simulations of population dynamics.
- Concord Consortium. (Note: New website coming sometime later this year!)