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ISTE Exploration

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  • 1. JeanneAnn Garito JeanneAnn Alchemi
    Lynn TarnowskiLavendarOakleaf
    The International Society for Technology in EducationExploration
  • 2. Interactive Molecules
    This could be used in class as visual models of structure
    This interactive model let us click on different substances and see their molecular patter; e.g.. This is caffeine.
  • 3. A lab experiment using the chemical composition of mountain dew (showing molecular models of the ingredients) and by showing a molecular model of fructose and explaining which colors mean which elements; ask the students a series of questions such as molecular formula; mass; empirical formula; and molarity questions.
    Mountain Dew Challenge
  • 4. Chemistry Building
    There were links on all different chemical ideas including tide, potatoes, flame retarded cotton, frozen foods.
  • 5. Ingredients and Their Functions
    Tide
    Food Dehydration
    Each block had a page that opened up and discussed, in detail, about the products and ingredients.
    This information can be used as a classroom activity where the students read labels of ingredients and discuss their relevance.
    Frozen Food
  • 6. Black History Month
    This box linked to an African American Scientist who studied peanut agriculture; named Washington Carver , and this could be used during Black History Month.
  • 7. Electron Configuration
    This 3D space distinguishes electron orbitals based on color and this could be used as a supplement when students are learning about electrons and their shells.
  • 8. Podcast and Blogging
    Students can find many good resources and tons of information from podcasts and blogging and if they are good enough; perhaps have them submit assignments of their choice or for extra credit.
  • 9. Broadcasting
    This gave us a great idea about using the morning announcements and having maybe each day of the week a different subject and for science it can be a mix of chemistry, physics, and earth science; and may all of the sciences can link together or at least have the students exposed to all three sciences.
  • 10. All in all we found this site to be very informational and could also be used as a professional development area due to its enormous amount of educational material.
    Conclusion