Simple to use and easy to get started with, the Science Journal App is free and classroom & home-school friendly. Students get to learn about the scientific method, play with data and conduct experiments just like any other scientist from wherever they are!
Motivate students to learn about topics like physics, math, chemistry and biology in a fun, easier to understand and connected to the real world way. With the help of either built-in sensors students can experience and play with their surroundings in a easy and hands-on way. Record properties like light, movement and sound, and experience the world of science at first hand!
Make the most out of your experiments! Unleash your creativity and explore the natural world. Create, arrange and edit assigments in a easy and simple way.
Students can also get inspired by choosing between dozens of hands-on science experiments, designed by education experts. All experiments are free and cover a range of different areas, such as light, sound, motion and electricity, and can be used to enrich the learning experience within a variety of subjects.
The app allows you to record, store, and export data, create graphs, take notes and snap quality photos very easy, helping students document and present their findings like real scientists going straight to the fun part!
Share and compare experiments!
Students can add their experiments and results to Google Drive back up/sync, share with others or download them locally to their phones embracing collaboration and creativity.
The app can be freely tailored by educators to a variety of learning situations in and out of classroom, and is suitable for individual use, collaboration in small groups, remote learning and homeschooling.
The Teacher Plan is a subscription service that can be added over the FREE Arduino Science Journal app, that allows teachers to integrate the Science Journal app with Google Classroom and share this integration with students.
“How can we make objective observations? Just open the app and we'll quantify some information! What is data? Let's collect some now and talk about it! How can we visualize information with a chart? Here's what we just observed and here's what it looks like as a graph!..Now that's science!”
“I wish I had this for physics!”
“It’s really cool to take measurements from something in your pocket.”
What operating system is required?
The app runs on Android OS 5 or higher, Chrome OS System supporting Android Apps, and iOS 12 or higher.
Which sensors can I use with the app?
The list of available sensors can vary depending on your device. Some of the most commonly available sensors are magnetometer, compass, sound intensity and ambient light.
Additional sensors can be connected via bluetooth. For instance, by connecting an Arduino 33 BLE Sense to the app, you can access accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, light sensor and temperature sensor.
What subjects does the app cover?
The Science Journal can support your students in learning the scientific method, as well as recording data and analysing it for further exploration.
The app can be easily incorporated with subjects like Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Maths (data evaluation, statistical analysis) and Engineering design.
What languages are available?
The app is available in English.
You can contact our support team if you have requests about adding more languages.
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