Learn interesting Science facts by experimenting with different materials that react in surprising ways. You'll find a lot of experiments can be done using simple ingredients found around your house.
Basic materials can help you perform Science experiments that are simple, safe and perfect for kids.
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In the app Science Projects you will find such ideas of the science projects as
- Make Slime
- Borax Crystal Snowflake
- Penny Chemistry
- Color Fire
- Density Column
Science Projects is:
- many interesting ideas for science projects
- detailed information
- colorful photos
• Execute Experiments
• Save results of experiments to LocalStorage
• Save results of experiments to cloud (through Parce)
• Load experiment from cloud (through Parce)
In the app Kitchen Science Experiments you will learn to do such experiments as:
- Baking Soda Volcano
- Rock Candy Crystals
- Rubber Eggs and Chicken Bones
- Magic Colored Milk
- Red Cabbage pH Indicator
Kitchen Science Experiments is a new fascinating app for little scientists.
Be part of a unique scientific experiment by playing games on your phone. Neuroscientists at University College London have 'gamified' their research, creating a quirky, fun app which turns neuroscience experiments into games. Each time you play you'll be contributing data to a huge scientific experiment, taking part in research that could previously only be conducted on small groups of volunteers in the lab. The Great Brain Experiment will look at memory, impulsivity, how we take risks, and how well the mind’s eye can see. It will allow the researchers to explore questions that are normally impossible to ask.
Dr Rick Adams, from the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, says: “We wanted something that shows people what neuroscience is really about. It’s not all brains in jars or men in white coats. It’s actually trying to answer questions all of us are interested in, like ‘What makes me happy?’. We hope that people enjoy our app, tell their friends and help us answer some important scientific questions along the way.”
The free app has been developed for Brain Awareness Week 2013 (11-17th March 2013) and is being supported by the Wellcome Trust.
Requirements: 256MB memory, at least 600x480 screen
In contrast to Books and videos which try to TEACH, this app encourages you to LEARN. Learning Science is like learning to play a musical instrument - it can be learnt only by doing, trying and making mistakes.
As Confucius said -
I hear, I forget;
I see, I remember;
I DO, I Understand
The Science Game is built on top of a powerful science engine. It lets you explore and learn through interactive games based on science. The Science Game makes it possible to learn by doing.
Kids find this way of education much better than the conventional school systems. This app gives you the opportunity to explore science concepts by doing various experiments as part of games. This way the basic concepts are understood better. As you play the games, helpful hints and guides explain the phenomena. The revision mode provide in-depth exploration of concepts. The quiz questions at the end act as a tutorial. Challenges, which are like mini-games, review the science and keep them on their toes. A comprehensive review at the end of the module drills in the concepts.
Never before has Science been so accessible and so much fun.
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수업용 앱으로 실험 결과를 모자이크 처리한 동영상입니다.
1. 실험 동영상 앱을 활용한 스마트 교육
호흡 관련 실험 동영상을 앱으로 제작하여 학생들은 교사의 안내가 없이도 다양한 실험을 앱을 참고하여 수행할 수 있습니다.
반복, 재생이 가능하며, 동시에 여러 개의 실험이 실시 되지만 앱을 통해 다른 학생의 실험 내용도 알 수 있습니다.
2. 차별화된 수준별 실험 수업
본인에 맞는 학습 방법을 하는 것으로 실험 방법을 학생들이 스스로 선택하게 방법입니다. 한 모둠에서 5개의 실험이 동시에 진행되고, 한 모둠 내에서 기본 실험, 심화 실험을 두어 수준별 자기주도적 학습이 가능하도록 구상하였습니다.
▶실험 1. 주사기를 이용한 실험
-주사기의 부피변화에 따른 풍선의 크기 변화 실험
▶실험 2. 계란 노른자 분리하기 실험
- 계란이 페트병 속에 들어가는 들숨과 페트병에서 나오는 날숨 비교
▶실험 3. 단순형 호흡 운동 원리 기구(풍선 관찰)
▶ 실험 4. 세밀형 호흡 운동 원리 기구(풍선과 빨대 속의 물 관찰)
▶ 실험 5. 늑골은 어떻게 움직일까?
- 폐의 부피와 기압 변화 실험
개발자 연락처 :
A lot more subjects will added later.
These are the subjects for now:
1. C programming
3. Operating Systems
4. Java script
5. Computer Networks
7. Data structures.
8. Software Engineering.
1) Turn on Bluetooth to enable all sensors
2) Select your sensor
3) Give your data a name or leave it with the time and date.
4) Set the timer.
5) Click start to collect data.
5) Upload your data to analyze later.
More details can be found at http://www.brokenairplane.com/2011/10/android-education-science-physicsgizmo.html
My goal is for this app to enable more students around the world to do science!
Приложение является школьной разработкой для научно-практической конференции.
P.S. Скачать все доступные на данный момент лабораторные работы в исходном качестве, а также образ диска в формате DVD, с иллюстрацией упаковки и макета на болванку можно скачать с tv.plisa.by.
Enjoy these Amazing Science facts, sure to entertain.
- A constantly updated database of interesting science facts
- Submit your own fact
- Easily share an interesting science fact
- Updated often to enhance user experience
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