Secondary Science AppsPlease click on the apps below to read about each one and how it can be used!
Use this free app with your students to learn about the cell and all of the structures within it. The cell can rotate and zoom in for a better look. The user has the ability to stain the cell. There is a useful video library within the app as well.Key Benefits of This Free App:✓ Provides a fun way to make the connection between physical theory and the practical application of mechanics and technology
✓ Engages users to learn about applied mechanics through a combination of imaginative resources, including interactive games and animations
✓ Includes definitions of the applied mechanics used in the games, as well as practical application of the content
✓ Challenges players to use knowledge derived from the games to resolve a series of applied mechanics problems
✓ Teaches the principles that can help guide users to develop the next-generation technological devices and appliances
Project NoahProject Noah is a free application that allows users to take pictures of organisms and post them to a worldwide database of organism spottings. Further features of the app include field missions and earning patches. The field missions are created by local members of the community, environmental groups and other various organizations to help them with research projects they may be conducting. The missions are a great way to get involved with local biological research!
Science 360The Science 360 is a free application tht includes videos and images on every topic in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The app gives you various options for categorizing the media, search options, news and articles that can be shared via Facebook, Twitter and email.LeafsnapLeafsnap is a free interactive application that helps to identify trees' species. The app is filled with high resolution images of leaves, fruits and other parts of any kind of tree. To identify a species of the tree, the user must take a picture of their leaf against a white surface. Once the picture is taken, the app scans it and brings up a list of species with similar leaves for the user to pick from. Each species has many pictures of the tree parts and a wealth of information such has scientific names, habitats, map locations, etc.
Last Modified on December 5, 2013