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Guía docente y cuaderno del alumnado para emprender un viaje en el centro de visitantes «Telesforo Bravo»

Documento de texto Guía docente y cuaderno del alumnado para emprender un viaje en el centro de visitantes

Guía docente y cuaderno del alumnado para hacer un inolvidable viaje de ascensión al Teide desde el mar hasta la cumbre. La actividad está diseñada para hacer un recorrido por el centro de visitantes «Telesforo Bravo».

En el recurso realizado por el docente del CEIP Ramón y Cajal de La Orotava, José Antonio Calvo Paredes y que consiste en una Guía docente y un cuaderno del alumnado se propone a todos los centros educativos la visita al Centro de visitantes “Telesforo Bravo” en La Orotava mediante una visita pedagógica.

El centro de visitantes se encuentra ubicado en la Urbanización El Mayorazgo, C/Dr. Sixto Perera González, nº 25. Su entrada es GRATUITA.

El horario es de Martes a Domingo de 9.00 a 14.00 horas y de 15.30 a 18.00 horas.
Teléfono de contacto: 922.922.371
La visita se puede hacer tanto de forma individual, como con grupos.

Calculadora Conversor

Web Calculadora Conversor

¿Buscas alguna calculadora online o conversor que te ayude a solucionar algún cálculo? Aquí encontrarás una colección de herramientas con las que podrás ahorrar tiempo, obteniendo resultados automáticos de la forma más sencilla posible. Porque la vida puede ser maravillosa, olvídate de los cálculos y disfruta. En Calculadora Conversor se ofrecen herramientas de forma gratuita que facilitan el cálculo de cosas sencillas que se dan en el día a día. Estas calculadoras y conversores online pueden ser útiles para realizar cálculos matemáticos, aumentar la ilusión del embarazo, mantener hábitos saludables, ahorrar dinero o simplemente pasar un rato entretenido haciendo cálculos de todo tipo. Estos son algunos ejemplos de los conversores que puedes encontrar:
  • Longitud: cambia de una unidad a otra de distancia de forma automática.
  • Peso: si tienes que calcular el peso de algo en diferentes unidades, estos conversores te ayudarán.
  • Volumen: en el caso de que tengas que trabajar con unidades de volumen, estas herramientas te facilitarán enormemente el trabajo.
  • Temperatura: hacer cálculos en grados Celsius, Fahrenheit o Kelvin ya no será problema con estos conversores online.
  • Modelos de color: si eres diseñador gráfico, valorarás mucho el poder cambiar entre diferentes modelos de color como el RGB, CMYK, HTML y otros.
  • Sistemas numéricos: ¿pasar de binario a decimal o cualquier otro sistema numérico? Hazlo automáticamente y sin perder el tiempo.

Heavy or Light – Kids science

App Heavy or Light - Kids science

Science, measuring, weighing and physics made fun for kids!Heavy or Light is a colorful educational game for kids of all ages to learn about the weight of, and how to weigh objects. There are three game modes included so that it will appeal to kids and toddlers with different interests.Heavy or Light game mode presents two different objects and you have to choose which is heavier. Currently there are 25 different objects, each compared to each other gives up to 300 combinations to play with. More objects will be added in the future.

English as a medium of instruction – a growing global phenomenon

Otros English as a medium of instruction – a growing global phenomenon

This report presents the findings of a study which attempted to provide an initial picture of the rapidly growing global phenomenon of English medium instruction (EMI): The use of the English language to teach academic subjects in countries or jurisdictions where the first language (L1) of the majority of the population is not English.

Mr Eus – Story of the future

App Mr Eus - Story of the future

Mr. Eus is Mysterious! Based in the year 2111, Eus and Teek are young children who love to explore the planets of the solar system. Children are taken on a journey of current factual information through each of the planets.


App DIY Nano HD

The DIY Nano HD app allows families to experience and learn about nanoscale science, engineering, and technology at home or on the go!The app provides free, easy to use, hands-on activities at your fingertips. Each activity includes materials lists, step-by-step instructions, and detailed explanations. The activity materials are widely available and inexpensive, and you probably have many of them in your own home!Our app includes links to family friendly videos and helps you browse the website for more information, activities, and videos.

DIY Sun Science

App DIY Sun Science

DIY Sun Science, funded by NASA, allows families and educators to investigate and learn about the Sun at home, at school, or anywhere you go! Developed by UC Berkeley’s The Lawrence Hall of Science.Includes over a dozen, easy to use, hands-on activities to learn about the Sun. Each activity includes step-by-step instructions that have been tested by educators, kids, and families. The activity materials are widely available and inexpensive—you probably have many of them in your home.

Cozmic Zoom

App Cozmic Zoom

Cozmic Zoom is a fascinating insight into the cosmos, between the infinitely large and the infinitely small.Based on accurate scientific data from the best sources, Cozmic Zoom will take you on a journey through the world of particles and atoms, the cells of the human body, the planet Earth and the Solar System, the stars and the Milky Way, the distant galaxies, up to the edges of the known universe, with a simple swipe of the finger.

NASA Science: A Journey of Discovery

App NASA Science: A Journey of Discovery

NASA leads the nation on a great journey of discovery, seeking new knowledge and understanding of our planet Earth, our Sun and solar system, and the universe out to its farthest reaches and back to its earliest moments of existence. This NASA Science application brings you the latest information from NASA’s Science Missions, including the spacecraft, their instruments, the data, and what we are learning about the questions we seek to answer.

NASA Earth As Art

App NASA Earth As Art

The app features stunning images of Earth from the Terra, Landsat 5, Landsat 7, EO-1, and Aqua satellites. Sensors on these satellites can measure light outside of the visible range, so the images show more than what is visible to the naked eye. The app draws on several images from the USGS Landsat image gallery and introduces many new images.This app features time-lapse satellite images of locations on Earth undergoing significant change over decades, linking to NASA’s Earth Observatory website. The app has a thumbnail gallery of the images as well as an interactive directory with images organized by geographic region. Each image has a brief caption and the ability to enlarge each scene.

Bobo Explores Light

App Bobo Explores Light

Bobo Explores Light is essentially an interactive science textbook. Bobo is a little robot who serves as a guide of sorts as kids navigate through a thorough exploration of exactly what light is and how it works. Topics include reflection, refraction, lasers, the color spectrum, how eyes see, why the sky is blue, and much more. Kids need to be able to read a lot of text themselves (or have someone available to read it to them), but there are also videos and experiments to conduct.

BrainPOP Jr, Science

Web BrainPOP Jr, Science

BrainPOP Jr. is a pay site that creates online animated curriculum-based content that is aligned to state education standards. BrainPOP Jr. targets kids in Primary. Students don’t need proficient reading skills to use this audio-heavy site. Lessons all begin with a brief video and include a wide variety of school and life topics. The site includes video, game, quiz, and activity sections for science based on national education standards.

Pocket Universe: Virtual Sky Astronomy

App Pocket Universe: Virtual Sky Astronomy

Have you ever looked up at the night sky, and wondered what exactly you were looking at? Pocket Universe is an easy-to-use app that will help you learn the names of constellations, bright stars, planets and more. You can literally hold up your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch in front of you, and the app will use the built-in compass to display the same view of the sky you see – but one that’s complete with names and information.

Science360 for iPad

App Science360 for iPad

The National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Science360 for iPad provides easy access to engaging science and engineering images and video from around the globe and a news feed featuring breaking news from NSF-funded institutions. Content is either produced by NSF or gathered from scientists, colleges and universities, and NSF science and engineering centers.

Moon Globe HD

App Moon Globe HD

Hold the Moon in your hands. Moon Globe HD turns your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad into a precision instrument for viewing Earth’s Moon. Satellite imagery and topographic laser altimeter data are combined to render the Moon with realistic lighting in realtime 3D.

Britannica Kids: Volcanoes

App Britannica Kids: Volcanoes

Volcanoes are an awesome display of the Earth’s power. Explore them interactively with this new app and learn about the world’s major volcanoes and their eruptions, lava, plate tectonics, and much more. Learn and play at the same time through a variety of games like Memory Match, Jigsaw Puzzles, and the Magic Square among others. Learning has never been more fun with this interactive and educational app that is based on school curriculum.


App Atoms

Explore the smallest particles known to man, with detailed explanations of protons, electrons, and neutrons, the periodic table, and animations explaining the difference between fission and fusion.


App Galaxies

Tour the Milky Way, travel through galaxy clusters, and engage in hands-on activities, such as making your own constellation and working a high-tech telescope.

Solar System for iPad

App Solar System for iPad

Solar System for iPad app is a digital book about our solar system — including facts about the sun, planets, moons, asteroid belts, and more. This reference app comes to life with high-resolution photos, videos, animation, music, and text — and some interactivity, as well.