Tech Exploration: QR Codes in the CTE...
The Student and Teacher Technology Transformation Teams (ST4) presents this Tech Explorations! resource, part of a series of free online workshops and resources that focus on tech tools that can be used in the CTE classroom. This is the first exploration, and it takes a look at QR codes in the classroom. The exploration includes several different video clips about QR codes, including how they are used and how to create them, and interactive activities. This would be a good introduction to this emerging technology.
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This guide was developed by the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project. NEED's hands-on solar kits help students learn more about solar energy...
The goal of Math Bits is to offer "fun, yet challenging, lessons and activities." The site was created by two mathematics educators intent on increasing the...
Located in Chicago's Hyde Park, the Museum of Science & Industry is housed in the Palace of Fine Arts, the one remaining structure from the World's Columbian...
Drawing on concepts from physics, chemistry, and biology, NanoSense units reflect the interdisciplinary nature of nanoscience, emphasize fundamental...
Many faculty members of Penn State's College of Earth and Mineral Sciences have created digital educational resources for their students. In the interest of...
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