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iPad Science Fair

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"If you’re looking for experiments for a school science fair or an easy way to access steps for an experiment, try DIY Nano HD. This free app focuses on an exploration of nanotechnologies, and the properties of atoms and molecules. It includes informational videos, easy to follow instructions and is great for all ages!"


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TechMarm's comment, June 22, 2013 5:57 PM
I love science fairs. Performance based assessment and/or the culmination of a project based learning experience. Pay attention to this if you have access to iPads. If not watch for the Android app.
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iPad Science Fair

iPad Science Fair | Digital Education Across Borders | Scoop.it

"If you’re looking for experiments for a school science fair or an easy way to access steps for an experiment, try DIY Nano HD. This free app focuses on an exploration of nanotechnologies, and the properties of atoms and molecules. It includes informational videos, easy to follow instructions and is great for all ages!"


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TechMarm's comment, June 22, 2013 5:57 PM
I love science fairs. Performance based assessment and/or the culmination of a project based learning experience. Pay attention to this if you have access to iPads. If not watch for the Android app.
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iPad Science Fair

iPad Science Fair | Digital Education Across Borders | Scoop.it

"If you’re looking for experiments for a school science fair or an easy way to access steps for an experiment, try DIY Nano HD. This free app focuses on an exploration of nanotechnologies, and the properties of atoms and molecules. It includes informational videos, easy to follow instructions and is great for all ages!"


Via John Evans
Angel Tan's insight:

More ideas for Science fairs!

more...
TechMarm's comment, June 22, 2013 5:57 PM
I love science fairs. Performance based assessment and/or the culmination of a project based learning experience. Pay attention to this if you have access to iPads. If not watch for the Android app.