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Science gets a new mobile device

By Laura Devaney
March 19th, 2015

New handheld science learning device helps students think and act like scientists with optimized science learning applications, digital content, and data collection tools

spark-scienceWhen students think and act like real scientists, instead of just reading about science, they improve their understanding and develop strong problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

To help students build those skills, PASCO Scientific introduced the newest addition to its line of hands-on, inquiry-based science tools: the SPARK Element.

PASCO debuted the handheld science learning device this week at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 2015 National Conference, which runs March 12–15 in Chicago.

Next page: Tools and features on the new mobile device