Collecting Data using Google Forms (strategy) This slideshow explains how to use Google Forms to create surveys and collect data. This is a helpful tool for students for students to measure the effectiveness of their designs or efforts on a target audience during project based learning endeavors.
TED Ed "How Statistics can be Misleading" (lesson) This TED Ed video and lesson helps students understand that while statistics can be persuasive and a helpful way to organize information, they can also be used to mislead people. Mark Lindell investigates Simon's paradox to help students understand this issue.
Science Journal (app) The Science Journal app is a free digital science notebook. With it, students can measure light, sound, acceleration, air pressure, and more, take notes and photos to document experiments, connect to external blue-tooth sensors, export datas to CSV files, and create graphs.
Whiteboarding (strategy) Whiteboarding is a way to facilitate collaborative learning and communicate thinking by having students model or visually depict their thinking on large white boards.