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Extractions: Electrifying Experiences by Linda C. Joseph, Columbus (Ohio) Public Schools, Library of Congress Students doing research? Visit the home of a world-leader in e-research and educational publishing for libraries, schools and businesses. Best known for its accurate and authoritative reference content as well as its intelligent organization of full-text magazine and newspaper articles, Gale creates and maintains more than 600 databases. "Whoever wishes to get a true appreciation of the greatness of our age should study the history of electrical development." Nikola Tesla, 1915 [Editor's note: URLs mentioned in this article appear in the chart that follows on page 35.] C harge up your classroom with cool experiments, awesome demonstrations, and noteworthy historical information about electricity. Learn about people who made major scientific contributions that opened up new frontiers leading to household lighting, the long-distance transmission of power, and electronic devices that made life easier. Visit these Web sites for background information, illustrations, explanations, lessons, and insight into the world of electricity. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Benjamin Franklin: Glimpses of the Man Benjamin Franklin was a Founding Father who had a curiosity for science. The Franklin Institute provides glimpses into his long life as a statesman, scientist, inventor, printer, philosopher, musician, and economist. Links to lessons and electricity safety tips are also included.
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Extractions: Resources and Information for Educators who use Probeware Science * Mathematics * Technology Education Harris Educational has partnered with Seibun USA in order to bring U.S. Educators activities for physical science, hands-on conceptual physics, and technology education. Each CD-ROM contains activities for Coach software that will work with CoachLab I, CoachLab II, ULAB, TI-CBL, TI-CBL2, Vernier LabPro, and all Vernier Sensors in combination with Seibun Mind Development kits. Learn more about Harris Educational and Seibun USA: The first activity sets will be available in Fall 2002 . Contact your favorite Seibun Dealer and ask them for price and availability. A full list of Seibun dealers can be found at www.seibunUSA.com . Or contact Harris Educational by clicking here Each activity set consists of a CD-ROM that contains activities that can be performed using Coach Software and CoachLab Hardware. Printable student worksheets and instruction sheets as well as teacher instruction sheets and worksheet answer keys are also conveniently located on the CD-ROM. Activities are aligned to the National Science Standards, build upon teacher developed activities that can be freely downloaded at the Seibun USA website, and are a great way to integrate the use of technology in your physical science or physics classroom. Some activity sets also contain technology education activities including programming and control activities.
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Extractions: Assessment tools - Activities and Formal Studies Before we get to the survey templates, we need to explain some of the underlying ideas to help you use them productively. Computers and the Web do not, by themselves, cause To make this same point about activities in a different way, it used to be common for people to ask, "If we use this new form of technology, how much better will people learn?" I call that a dyadic question because it has only two elements: the technology and the outcome. But to provide a sensible, useful answer to such a question, you must specify at least three elements: One or more technologies (and possibly other elements of context) One or more activities that happen with the help of the technology One or more outcomes of those activities. We call this activity-centered view of technology a triad because it has three elements. If you'd like a slightly longer version of this explanation, click here for a narrated slideshow ; you'll need Real Player to hear and see it. If we are together on this notion about the centrality of what people choose to do with technology, we can take a look at
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Extractions: Search ... Ask ENC Explore online lesson plans, student activities, and teacher learning tools. Search Browse About Curriculum Resources Read articles about inquiry, equity, and other key topics for educators and parents. Create your learning plan, read the standards, and find tips for getting grants. ENC#: ENC-019813 This resource guide, developed as part of the DISCOVERY CHANNEL SCIENCE COLLECTIONS series, provides science teachers and students in grades 5-9 with thirty-two pages of classroom tools for studying electricity. Organized alphabetically from Activities to Zingers, each section offers a different perspective on the nature of electrical energy. Demonstrations, Just For Fun, and Science Projects contain hands-on investigations while a Careers page illustrates how physical science is used in the real world. Black and white photographs and reproducible student worksheets support the text along with an icon-based navigational system that assists readers in locating specific types of materials.
Extractions: Science Projects about Electricity and Magnets , 1 of 6 in a series, contains 23 simple experiments or activities that allow students to investigate electricity and magnetism. For example, students test a number of materials to see how they behave with respect to magnets. They also build series and parallel circuits, investigate the conductivity of different materials, make a lightbulb, and build a tiny electric motor. Price: $18.95 (ISBN 0-89490-530-9).
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Extractions: Contact us Plug into ATCO Electric ATCO Electric, working in close association with teachers throughout our service area, has developed free*, quality electricity educational materials for use with students from grades four to six. Powerful teaching tools Electricity is a major unit in the Division II curriculum, so we developed a kit with activities for grades four to six on topics such as electrical safety, wise use of energy, electricity production and environmental issues. Power Safe Estimated teaching time: 6-8 class periods.
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