Exploratory Learning with a Digital Microscope. Inspire, Explore, and Apply. Copyright © 2004 The George Lucas Educational Foundation. What is special about the digital microscope?. * Engaging and exciting. * A serious tool that is simple to use and fun.
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Inspire, Explore, and Apply
Copyright © 2004 The George Lucas Educational Foundation
Photograph credit: Rebecca L. McNall
Invigorating Science Teaching with a
High-Tech, Low-Cost Tool
By Lynn Bell and Randy Bell
* The basic parts of the digital microscope:
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). (1996, April). Technology and Young Children—Ages 3 Through 8: A Position Statement of the National Association of Young Children.
WestEd. (2002, August). Investing in Technology: The Learning Return. WestEd Policy Program.
The “Insects” learning sequence is based on “Brrrr, It’s Alive,” published in ISTE’s National Educational Technology Standards for Students: Connecting Curriculum and Technology (2000).