School Lab Equipment - Freeman Marine Equipment.

School Lab Equipment

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  • Two cheap microscopes, an expensive broken one, a box with rulers and pencils {donated by the "Lost-Found-But-Never-Asked-For" section of the school}, unlabelled tubes containing green, blue and orange bubbling liquids, dirty kitchen knives, a slide-projector, a blackboard and a locked closet
  • educate in or as if in a school; "The children are schooled at great cost to their parents in private institutions"
  • a building where young people receive education; "the school was built in 1932"; "he walked to school every morning"
  • A large group of fish or sea mammals
  • an educational institution; "the school was founded in 1900"
school lab equipment - The Computer
The Computer Lab Teacher's Survival Guide: K-6 Units for the Whole Year, Second Edition
The Computer Lab Teacher's Survival Guide: K-6 Units for the Whole Year, Second Edition
There are many books on educational technology, but few specifically for the computer lab teacher. As in any other subject, learning technology requires structure and lessons aligned to standards. And like in other subjects, students need a strong foundation and understanding of technology in order to succeed in school and in their future careers. The Computer Lab Teacher's Survival Guide speaks directly to computer lab teachers, advising on set up, lab management, Internet security, ergonomics, and other important components of an effective computer lab, one that provides the materials needed to create life-long technology learners. Other educators who lack computer lab teacher training, but are responsible for technology education, will find this book a helpful resource to lead them through a whole year of instruction.
This book presents educators with 10 units, each containing two to three lessons and associated supplemental materials on the accompanying CD. The units and lessons can be used as a starting point or as a year-long program, or they can be adapted to meet the needs of the educator's students and curriculum. Much of the content in this second edition is completely new, and what isn't new has been revised to keep up with the constant changes in technology. The materials in the book and on the CD provide a framework to ensure that students are receive an effective, current, and relevant technology education.
* A CD with more than 100 supplemental materials including worksheets, quizzes, and multimedia presentations
* Each lesson includes extension, remediation, and accommodation ideas
* Reference sections for NETSS and NETST
Topics include:
-computer lab instruction
-technology education
-curriculum design
-technology integration
-project-based learning
-lesson plans
The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is the trusted source for professional development, knowledge generation, advocacy and leadership for innovation. ISTE is the premier membership association for educators and education leaders engaged in improving teaching and learning by advancing the effective use of technology in PK-12 and teacher education. Home of the National Educational Technology Standards (NETS), the Center for Applied Research in Educational Technology (CARET), and ISTE's annual conference (formerly known as the National Educational Computing Conference, or NECC), ISTE represents more than 100,000 professionals worldwide. We support our members with information, networking opportunities, and guidance as they face the challenge of transforming education.
Some of the areas in which we publish are:
-Web. 2.0 in the classroom-RSS, podcasts, and more
-National Educational Technology Standards (NETS)
-Professional development for educators and administrators
-Integrating technology into the classroom and curriculum
-Safe practices for the Internet and technology
-Educational technology for parents

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Project 365 #202: 210709 ...Another Man's Gold
Project 365 #202: 210709 ...Another Man's Gold
What? Another crappy mobile shot, and still in 4:3? Has the world gone topsy turvy?!? This is the fruit of another school clearout. One of the labs was kitted out as a physics lab, but has been used for Biology and a little Chemistry for donkey's years. This is a laboratory power supply that provided a DC power rail to the whole room, and it was taking up valuable space in the adjacent prep room. Fortunately, I thought of my old man immediately as someone who uses a lot of high current DC with his model railway club. The trains there run on 24V wheelchair motors and this supply will kick out 40 amps at that voltage! I'm sure he'll provide a good home for it, and it's been saved from the skip. What I love about it is that for some reason this has been built in a clear acrylic case. This gives it the wonderful feel of 70s British sci-fi. You could easily see John Pertwee poking his sonic screwdriver into this, but it reminds me even more vividly of Orac - the small and extremely sarcastic computer from Blakes Seven. I don't know how old it is (probably a little older than me) but I'm pleased to see that Deakin Davenset Rectifiers are still going as a firm - I'm sure it must be the same people. All apologies for the crappy quality, but when I dropped it off with him I didn't have a decent camera.
Fisher Scientific accuSpin 3R centrifuge - Frontal view
Fisher Scientific accuSpin 3R centrifuge - Frontal view
Specifications: * Maximum Speed/RCF: Model 3R 15,000rpm/21,890xG * Capacity: 4 x 750mL * Run Time: 0 to 9 hrs., 59 min. continuous operation; quick run * Memory: Four, plus one pre-temp program * Acceleration/Deceleration Profiles: 9/9 * Temperature Range (Model 3R): -9° to +40°C * Dimensions (L x W x H) Model 3R: 261/4 x 283/4 x 141/4 in. (67 x 73 x 36cm) * Net Weight Model 3R 288 lb. (131kg) * Electrical Requirements 120V 60Hz Retail Price: $6000-$9000 I just figured I'd post these laboratory pictures in case anybody is interested in how they look and/or wants to use them for a school paper or something similar

school lab equipment
school lab equipment
Microscope Accessory Set & Basic Biology Lab Equipment
This fun and educational set includes all of the following items: 25 Cavity Slide Box, 12 Clear Glass Microscope Slides, 12 Coverslips, Watch Glass, Alcohol Lamp, Petri Dish, 125ml Poly Media Bottle, Poly Test Tube Rack, 3 Test Tubes, 3 Culture Tubes w Corks, 1 Specimen Jar, Slide Mountant, Red Stain, 1 Concavity Well Slide, Dissecting Set, Glass Dropping Pipet, 2 Graduated Poly Pipets, 3 Assorted Prepared Slides, Assorted Sticks - Smears - Swabs, 1 Sheet Slide Labels, Information Sheet "How To Make Microscope Slides", Pamphlet "Using the Microscope" Giving detailed instructions on the use and care of your microscope including a trouble shooting guide for common problems you may encounter.

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