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Using data-loggers in the primary classroom


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Created on 24 March 2011 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 14 July 2011 by ncetm_administrator

 

Using data-loggers in the primary classroom

A staff development workshop on using digital technologies for a group of teachers

Many schools have data-loggers, where they are often seen as a resource for science lessons.

This plan combines 2 sessions, one that was delivered in the first set of 2-days, and left delegates with a gap task, and the second in the next 2-day conference.

The sessions demonstrated an introduction of dataloggers to learners, gave delegates experience of using different loggers, and identified their potential as tools for developing mathematical understanding by exploring the graphing facilities for sound, light and temperature.

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