Nano Museum Labels (Graphic Signs) (NanoDays 2013)

Overview

NISE Network product
Nano Museum Labels (Graphic Signs) (NanoDays 2013)

Description: 

This series of museum labels are designed for general use in your museum or institution to highlight existing connections to nanoscale science, engineering, or technology. NISE Net partners are already coming up with creative ways to use these labels to showcase nano. For example, you can make a scavenger hunt or special tour to encourage visitors to find all the connections! Additional templates (.doc and .indd) are also provided so that you can create your own signage and content.

Standards

History and nature of science: 

K-4: Science as a human endeavor
5-8: Science as a human endeavor
9-12: Science as a human endeavor

Life science: 

K-4: Characteristics of organisms

Physical science: 

K-4: Position and motion of objects
K-4: Properties of objects and materials
5-8: Properties and changes of properties in matter
9-12: Interactions of energy and matter
9-12: Structure and properties of matter
9-12: Structure of atoms

Science and Technology: 

K-4: Abilities of technological design
K-4: Abilities to distinguish between natural objects and objects made by humans
K-4: Understanding about science and technology
5-8: Abilities of technological design
5-8: Understanding about science and technology
9-12: Abilities of technological design
9-12: Understanding about science and technology

Science in Personal and Social Perspectives: 

5-8: Natural hazards
5-8: Personal health
5-8: Risks and benefits
5-8: Science and technology in society
9-12: Environmental quality

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