iPads in the Classroom  Frog Dissection from Punflay, is an educational app designed for the iPad. The app takes you through a virtual procedure of dissecting a frog. Meant for middle and high...

iPads in the Classroom

 

Frog Dissection from Punflay, is an educational app designed for the iPad. The app takes you through a virtual procedure of dissecting a frog. Meant for middle and high school students, Frog Dissection functions as a great teaching tool in the classroom. With detailed step-by-step instructions and vivid 3D imaging, it simulates the actual procedure accurately. An enhanced learning element includes an overview of the life cycle of frogs. The app will be especially popular among those who’d rather stay away from this rather squeamish experience in a wet lab. Frog Dissection was awarded the Mark Twain Ethical Science award by PeTA.  To know more about the app, visit http://punflay.com/virtual-frog.html

 



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litteacher8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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I think that programs that simulate frog dissection are the way to go. Kids experience everything through video games anyway. Why not cut out the cruelty, death and smell and let them dissect virtual frogs. Another great use for the iPad in the classroom!

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