Have you been striving to use more technology in your science instruction? Our guest this week may have some insights for you. We talk with Randy Bell – co-author of “Technology in the Secondary Science Classroom,” and Associate Dean and Professor of Science Education in the College of Education at Oregon State University. Randy talks to us about the effective use of technology in the science classroom, the power of simulations in science instruction, and some important tech tools that have the power to engage students in science.
How do you use technology in your science instruction? Join the conversation and leave a comment!
- Randy Bell (OSU)
- Technology in the Secondary Science Classroom (NSTA Press)
- “Marble Lab” simulation created by Randy and his students to simulate Rutherford’s Gold Foil Experiment
- Explore Learning
- Computer-Controlled Telescope