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Tuesday, February 2 • 2:15pm - 3:15pm
iLab- Hands-on Science Activities & iPad Applications: Enhancement and Excitement to Every SCIENCE Class FULL

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Change the science student from passive to active by utilizing hands-on activities and iPad applications in the learning environment. Teaching science with hands-on activities improves understanding, provides greater ownership, motivation, excitement, and retention towards a student’s learning. Utilizing iPad technologies in a science class provides students with a wealth of science resources, colorful animations and visualizations in both two and three dimensional modeling, simulations, and experimental data collection applications. Utilizing this technology in a science class makes learning visual, active, resourceful, collaborative, and fun. Learn both hands-on activities and iPad applications used in teaching a chemistry class. Learn about a fifteen year evolution to the development of a fun and successful approach to learning and teaching chemistry. Hands-on activities in chemistry:  Matter and Energy  Measurement  Physical and Chemical Properties  Chemical Compounds  Chemical Reactions  Gas Properties  Solutions  Polymers iPad applications in chemistry:  Visual Periodic Tables  Physical Properties of Material  Atom, Ionic, and Molecular Modeling and Building  Chemical Reaction Simulations and Recordings  Chemistry Research and News Resources  Lab Data Collections and Simulations  Measurement Conversions and Calculations  Video Lessons  Note Taking and Presenting

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Kim Hilton

Chemistry Professor, Kalamazoo Valley Community College
"Kim is known as Chemical Kim; a full-time Chemistry Professor at Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Science Outreach Presenter in Southwest, Michigan. Her focus in teaching science is to motivate students to investigate their world through experimentation. Part of Kim's science... Read More →

Tuesday February 2, 2016 2:15pm - 3:15pm PST