Monthly Archives: January 2012

iPad App Review: The Virtual Bacteria ID Lab

The Virtual Bacteria ID Lab(VBIL) is an app produced and distributed for free by Howard Hughes Medical Institute.  It also happens to be an extension of a flash program they already have running on the HHMI website.  SEP had originally downloaded VBIL because it … Continue reading

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iPad App Review: Science 360 for iPad

A few months ago, while on the never ending hunt for science related iPads apps I came across Science 360 for iPad.  This app has a five star review in iTunes and a strong pedigree coming from the National Science Foundation. … Continue reading

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iPad Curriculum Discovery

Last month here at SEP we’ve been trying to come up with new ways to utilize our iPads.   We’ve been struggling to find a good way to uniquely use them.  So in the pursuit of greater knowledge we decided to “experiment” and incorporate them … Continue reading

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iPad App Review: Animals HD

Early on in my app exploration, I did a lot of searching on the web for suggestions for good science education apps.  Ones that I would see in a couple different places I would purchase and download to see if … Continue reading

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NSTA Stem Workshop

STEM is a big buzz word being thrown around the education field at the moment.  It can mean a gamut of things, but at its core STEM is a way to teach students occupationally relevant material.  STEM is a way … Continue reading

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