"The zorb is a digital hand-held microscope with a USB connection which can be used to project onto a 'Smartboard' and take photographs at the click of a button"
Using microscopy in the Cross-Cutting Concepts of Scale, Proportion, Quantity, Patterns, Structure & Function with examples from physics (electronic components), chemistry (crystals), biology (minibeasts) and forensic science (identifying cloth samples and hair) , all underpinned with the metric system of measurement.
Engage your students by
Exploring the microscopic world
Explaining our observations and
Elaborating on what we see with the unaided eye
Evaluating the evidence.
Cost of workshop is $20, which includes a Zorb (value $50!) to take away.