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Ian Guest

Journey to the Centre of the Earth - 1 views

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    "How far would you have to travel to reach the Earth's core? And what would you see along the way? Discover what lies beneath..."
Ian Guest

Nautilus - 7 views

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    "Nautilus is a different kind of science magazine. We deliver big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives. Read a new chapter in the story every Thursday."
Ian Guest

Quantum Diaries - 2 views

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    "Quantum Diaries is a Web site that follows physicists from around the world as they experience life at the energy, intensity and cosmic frontiers of particle physics. Through their bios, videos, photos and blogs, the diarists offer a personal look at the daily lives of particle physicists."
Ian Guest

Biodiversity Heritage Library - 1 views

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    The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openlyavailable to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Ian Guest

TryEngineering - 2 views

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    "This is a portal about engineering and engineering careers, and we hope it will help young people understand better what engineering means, and how an engineering career can be made part of their future."
Ian Guest

ChemCollective - 5 views

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    "The ChemCollective is a collection of virtual labs, scenario-based learning activities, tutorials, and concept tests. Teachers can use our content for pre-labs, for alternatives to textbook homework, and for in-class activities for individuals or teams. Students can review and learn chemistry concepts using our virtual labs, simulations, and tutorials"
Ian Guest

Star Wars in the Classroom - 4 views

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    Star Wars in the Classroom is a website for educators and fans alike that provides resources for transdisciplinary teaching and learning with the Star Wars saga.
Ian Guest

Listen Current - 10 views

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    "Listen Current makes it easy to bring authentic voices and engaging non-fiction stories to the classroom. We curate the best of public radio to keep teaching connected to the real world and build student listening skills at the same time."
Ian Guest

Cambridge Digital Library - 4 views

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    "While parts of the Library's manuscript collections have already been published in print, microfilm and digital formats, we are now building a substantial online resource so that our collections can be much more accessible to students, researchers and the wider public."
Ian Guest

Molecular Workbench - 2 views

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    "Visual, Interactive Simulations for Teaching & Learning Science"
Ian Guest

The Kid Should See This - 9 views

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    "Cool videos for curious minds of all ages."
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    "Cool videos for curious minds of all ages."
Ian Guest

The "Dance Your Ph.D." Contest - 0 views

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    Using the medium of dance to explain the complex concepts in PhDs.
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    How well would you need to understand a topic in order to be able to explain it through a completely different medium?! That's the underlying principle of John Davitt's Learning Event Generator (http://www.newtools.org/showtxt.php?docid=737), which in this site we see writ large.
Ian Guest

"Archaeology, Anthropology, and Interstellar Communication" | NASA - 0 views

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    "Addressing a field that has been dominated by astronomers, physicists, engineers, and computer scientists, the contributors to this collection raise questions that may have been overlooked by physical scientists about the ease of establishing meaningful communication with an extraterrestrial intelligence."
Ian Guest

what if? - 2 views

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    From the same stable as the marvellous xkcd comic, 'what if' is a blog providing a series of crowd-sourced 'what if' questions ... and answers. A potentially rich source of intriguing questions to set your students the challenge of answering.
Ian Guest

Electromagnetic Leak (update 2014) - 1 views

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    "If extra-terrestrials are monitoring our TV transmissions, this is what they're watching."
    Amusing graphic to illustrate the speed of light and astronomical distances.
Ian Guest

Beatrice the Biologist - 2 views

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    "Beatrice the Biologist is part science blog, part comic, and part incoherent rambling."
    Using cartoons and comic drawings to shed light on the mysteries of biology.
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    Using a cartoon as a prompt from which to start a discussion can often be a powerful way to begin to understand complex issues.
Ian Guest

About | Brilliant - 1 views

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    "Most of the world's high aptitude students are not privileged with the resources and opportunities necessary to reach their full potential. Brilliant provides a challenging intellectual environment to anyone with internet access and a passion for mathematics, science, or engineering. Brilliant aims to become a hub of the world's most promising minds, where motivated thinkers can connect to each other and to opportunities to apply their talents."
Ian Guest

Animals Chart - 2 views

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    Visualisation of dinosaurs shown to scale with modern animals.
    (by SameerPrehistorica on deviantART)
Rhondda Powling

Learning Never Stops: 50 websites that help make learning science fun - 1 views

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    A long, annotated list of science websites that one teacher has used in classroom situations." Especially useful for the younger year levels.
Ian Guest

Compound Interest - 1 views

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    'Compound Interest' is a blog run by a graduate chemist & teacher in the UK that aims to take a look at the chemistry and chemical reactions we come across on a day-to-day basis. As well as highlighting these facets of chemistry, it is also the site's objective to provide interesting & educational infographics on a variety of chemistry topics, both for use in the classroom and for more general consumption.""
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