Chemistry on Camera: Integrating technology into the science laboratory

by: Jack Hargis and Jim Stehr

Identifying useful, effective, and feasible methods of integrating technology into science classrooms is very important and can be challenging. With this in mind, this article features a relevant, innovative lab exercise that promotes construction of ideas that can be used to further science processing. This unique aspect is the integration of technology in the form of digital photography. a portable computer, and a projection device.


High School


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 4/1/2001Stock # tst01_068_04_24Volume 068Issue 04

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