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John Pearce

Spongelab | A Global Science Community | Home page - 3 views

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    "Spongelab Interactive is a group of scientists, teachers, animators, artists, and programmers passionate about science education. We believe that cutting-edge technology and stunning interactive media should be available to everyone, regardless of fiscal constraints. Most of the content on our site is free. Like what you see? It's yours. To use anything identified as premium (usually full games, interactives or case studies) you can: Redeem the credits you have earned while using our site - each piece of premium content is marked with a "P" and can be redeemed when you select it from the search results page Buy a bank of credits through our PayPal ordering system - In the My Profile area, order blocks of credits in the Buy Credits section. Purchase a Site License - Get access to all content, unlimited student seats, all for $600 CAD, contact us and we do the rest. "
John Pearce

Interactives . The Rock Cycle . Introduction - 3 views

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    "Discover rock secrets through these activities. Create a rock collection as you learn about the three main types of rock, find out how to tell the different rock types apart, and see how rocks change from one type into another!"
Pam Thompson

Learning - E2BN - 0 views

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    From The East of England Broadband Network (E2BN) one of 10 Regional Broadband Consortia (RBCs) set up by the UK Government to help raise standards in teaching and learning by the use of broadband technology, comes this selection of learning activities. The activities are arranged under the UK Keystages and divided into subject areas, (note some activities feature in more than one category). Included are links to interactives, movies and a range of activities many of which are suited to use on an IWB.
John Pearce

ptolemy.co.uk - 0 views

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    Furbles started life as an idea for teaching statistics in an interesting way with children from KS1 to KS3. The original version was published in 2003 online, and its popularity spread. It has been downloaded and used over 20,000 times in the last five years.
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