This is my bio bag exhibition for Doodle.
1.I am looking for properties about specific elements on the Periodic Table.
2.Some ways to find the properties would be to search on the internet, research in science textbooks, ask a Science teacher, do an experiment with the element and take data.
3.I have found the app Elements: The Periodic Table that has all the necessary information about all the elements on the Periodic Table.
4.It is very simple to use. You click on an app and it opens up a page with all the necessary information about the element. The number of the element, the group it belongs to, the block it is in. It lists all the general, physical and atomic characteristics of the element. The history of the element as well as a picture is provided. The main applications of the element as well as the isotopes are also given. This is a wonderful app that provides great information on each element of the Periodic Table.
5.The process was very simple. I chose nitrogen which is element #7. I clicked on the box with N and it opened up to another screen that showed all the above listed information about the element.
Pros of this app are that it is very easy to find a lot of information about any element on the Periodic Table. So far there are no cons about this app.
I have learned a lot of detail about each element using this app. This will definitely make learning all the characteristics of elements easy.
(This is my spoken word video about music)
My digital footprint may affect my future opportunities in both a positive and a negative way. If I post negative pictures or messages on my digital footprint, when I apply for a job the employer may not want to hire me. They will scan and track my profile in past and present. If I post positive messages and posts on my digital footprint, it may help me get a job and be successful
Here are 3 strategies to help you keep your digital footprint safe.
- Password lock your profile and computer all the time
- Do not store important personal information on the internet or your computer
- Don’t tell anyone your passwords, bank accounts, emails or any of your personal information
The information that I have learned is that I need to be aware of who I follow on the internet. Its important not to put personal information on the internet because once its on the internet it will always be there for others to see. It is ok to put positive things on the internet as long as you are ok with everyone seeing it. You should never bully or make negative comments about anyone or anything.
I just went and got to go into the bike shop where you learn about how to fix bikes and learn about the parts of the bikes.