Chris Brantner

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Recent Posts by Chris

Wed Jun 08, 2016 1:56 PM in Science Websites for Students
Here's a good one for triple beam balances: http://www.ohaus.com/input/tutorials/tbb/tbbentry.swf

Wed Jun 08, 2016 1:52 PM in 5th grade science
I would also consider having students blog about their learning at the end of the lesson. Students can explain their thinking, and then comment on one another's and ask questions. It's a great way to see their level of understanding. You could also consider using your own blog, and having them give explanations on questions you ask in the comment sections. For more on how to start blogging, check ...