[KACT] Re: Technology in Classroom

  • From: "Deters, Kelly" <DetersK@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <kact@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2005 14:26:43 -0600

For some reason, Bob's email got bounced back to me...I think I fixed the 
problem so that you can post directly now, Bob...here's his earlier email... 

 Until recently we used graphing calculators and CBLs to collect data
with Vernier probes.  This semester here in Wamego the new science wing
opened with 12 networked student computers in each science lab.  We now
connect the original probes directly to the computers with GoLink
cables.  The students find the GoLink software much easier to use than
the programs in the graphing calculators.
Bob Johnson
Chemistry/Physics  WHS

Trina Adams wrote:

> I'm curious about the technology that each of you has available to use
> while teaching your chemistry curriculum.  For example, do you have
> computers in your room for collection and graphing of data?  Do you
> use TI calculators and probes?  Do you use the SMART board
> technology?  Thanks for sharing-
> Trina Adams
> tadams@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <  <mailto:tadams@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 
> mailto:tadams@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Chemistry/Physics
> Marysville High School
> 785 562 5386

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