Science2Go Adds New Videos, Labs, Assessments
Scientific has updated its Science2Go digital learning solution
designed for both remote and classroom learning for middle school and
high school. The updates focus on biology, chemistry, environmental
science and physics and include new labs, assessments and videos, as
well as enhanced functionality for teachers.
“This past school year, Science2Go has provided a safe and engaging
way to teach students across a range of science disciplines,
regardless if they were in-person, remote, or hybrid,” said Mike
Lavelle, CEO of Flinn Scientific, in a prepared statement. “Now,
with these new Back-To-School updates, high school teachers will have
even more ways — and resources available to them — to deliver
targeted content and enriching labs that immerse students in science
Among the updates for the 2021–2022 school year are:
New options for
multiple choice and drop-down questions, in addition to open-ended
Pre- and post-assessments to gauge mastery.
Enhanced classroom registration and rostering
New videos “focused around a particular
phenomenon, such as global climate change and forest fires, to help
them better understand real-world applications of science. Each
video poses questions about the phenomenon upfront to help students
explore the topic, and then ends with information to help students
take what they’ve learned and apply it in the lab.”
10 videos explaining common lab procedures used
in Science2Go experiments.
A new “Connect to Your Lab” feature to help
students begin to gather data.
Several new lab topics, including “meiosis and
anatomy for biology, redox and radioactivity for chemistry,
earthquakes and volcanoes for environmental science, and electricity
and magnetism for physics, among others.”
details can be found on Flinn’s site.
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