is showcasing their Crocodile simulation software for secondary science, technology and mathematic at this week’s National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) in San Antonio, TX.
The company’s simulators are modeling packages that let students or teachers recreate experiments, model mathematical theories or simulate real experiments. They include Crocodile Physics 1.53 (a simulator for electricity, electronics, optics, mechanics, kinematics and sound); Crocodile Chemistry 1.53 (a virtual chemistry lab with over 100 chemicals); Crocodile Technology 1.53 (a simulator that lets students create and test electronic designs); and Crocodile Mathematics 1.1 (which allows for the creation of mathematical models for geometry and algebra).
All the products come on CD-ROMs that are both Mac and Windows compatible. Demos are available at the Crocodile Clips Web site.
Pricing can be found online.