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Rhondda Powling

Glean - Find the best videos in education for you - 3 views

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    This could be a very useful site if you are looking for online video lessons . - esp for flipped classrooms. Use it to search video lessons in education, esp maths and science.
Rhondda Powling

numberphile's Channel - YouTube - 1 views

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    Numberphile is n interesting YouTube channel about fun number facts. There are currently thirty-three videos in the Numberphile collection. The videos cover things like 998,001 and its Mysterious Recurring Decimals, Pi and Bouncing Balls, and 1 and Prime Numbers.
Christine Haynes

Gooru | A Free Search Engine for Learning | Sign up, Sign in - 1 views

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    Gooru is a new service (still carrying the Alpha label) that aims to provide teachers and students with an extensive collection of videos, interactive displays, documents, diagrams, and quizzes for learning about topics in math and science. As a Gooru member you have access to hundreds of resources according to subject areas such as chemistry, biology, ecology, algebra, calculus, and more. Within each subject area you can look for resources according to media type such as video, interactive display, slides, text, and lesson plans. When you find resources that you want to use, drag them to the resources folder within your account. Gooru also offers you the option to add resources to your folders even if you did not find them within Gooru.
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    A search engine for learning. Aimed at Year 5+, millions of resources alligned to US Common Core standards.
Pam Thompson

Math Live - 8 views

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    Maths videos/animations
Rhondda Powling

WolframTones: An Experiment in a New Kind of Music - 6 views

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    This tool is from the same people that brought us the great computational search engine Wolfram Alpha comes Wolfram Tones. Wolfram Tones uses algorithms, music theory, and sound samples to generate new collections of sounds. Visitors to Wolfram Tones can experiment with sounds and rhythms to make their own sounds. Wolfram Tones allows visitors to choose samples from fifteen different genres of music on which to build their own sounds. Once a genre is selected visitors can then alter the rhythms, instrumentation, and pitch mapping of their sounds. When satisfied with their creations, users can download their sounds or have them sent directly to their cell phones.
Chris Betcher

Create Flash Games with Stencyl - 7 views

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    Create Flash Games on Mac and PC
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