Create and share
memorable science experiences
Posts are a way to capture and share an experience quickly. A collections of posts are anecdotes you can use as building blocks for a story. Journals record events over time, giving room for reflection and growth. A journal provides a science story’s narrative.
Internet, email, computer programs, video games +
Movies, TV, animations, photos, drawings, simulations, +
Books, handouts, notes, study cards, exams, brochures +
Radio, CDs, MP3 files, broadcasts, narrations, conversations,+
Use media to inspire science experiences
Hike a nature trail. Try a new floor in the library. Ask questions. Use media as an excuse to try new science adventures.
In a new situation and looking for answers? Identify the variables. Develop a hypothesis. Collect and analyze the data. Use media to explain the natural world.
Draw a chart. Shoot a video. Caption a photo. Use media to share your understandings of the natural world.
What’s going on?
Are there science events worth knowing about in your community?
Share science stories, #BiologyStory
Get Inspired. Learn more about media.
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