Tech and Science Weekly
February 22, 2016
Tech Tip of the Week
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Sign Up to Use the Science iPads or the Dell Laptops
- Click on the link http://vols.pt/WL9XmY 1/5/2016 - 5/30-2016 (iPads)
- Click on the link http://vols.pt/f3B4Qa 2/9/2016 - 5/30-2016 (Dell Laptops)
- Enter your school email address
- Sign up for the date and time you want (if you would like me to assist with the lesson - email me before you sign up to see if I am available)
Tech and Science Highlights
Force and Motion + Engineering
Mrs. Fierro's students designed roller coasters to show the effects of force on motion.
Electricity, Conductors, and Insulators
Mrs. Adeogun's students explored electricity, conductors, and insulators by creating working circuits.
Digital Learning Day 2016
Mrs. Bowen's students used their own devices to complete assignments in Google Classroom and go to websites using QR Codes. Mrs. Bowen Tweeted about the technology they were using.