This week Reactions is checking out some sushi chemistry. What creates the subtle interplay of flavors in your tuna nigiri? Take a deep dive with us into the science of rice, fish, and seaweed! Continue reading
Did you realize that just like certain animals here on Earth, there are endangered elements too? For example, we’re constantly losing helium, a gas that defies gravity and escapes our atmosphere into space. Continue reading
Doctors in Australia have identified twins apparently created from one egg and two sperm, a boy and a girl, the second time such twins have ever been reported. Continue reading
Peergrade.io is a free website that allows teachers to provide a rubric for students to use assess peer assignments. The website allows teachers to see student assignments and the feedback they provide to their peers, while keeping everything anonymous for the students. Continue reading
Investigating the effects of humans on the local school ecosystem using the Google Suite for Education with SNC1P students
Using the power of Google Forms and Sheets to create large datasets that allow for a rich analysis of student-collected inquiry data.
Students will fill out a Google Form on the ecosystem data that they collect, which will then be exported into a Google Sheet and analyzed so that students can see trends in their class’s dataset without much effort on either the student or teacher’s part. The students are empowered to analyze their own data while teacher is a guide on the side.
This resource is part of STAO’s Technology Enabled Learning Collection.