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Martin Burrett

Pink Trombone - 2 views

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    Interesting voice simulator where you adjust the shape of the virtual mouth and voicebox to investigate how these work to produce sound.
Martin Burrett

WOW in the World Podcast - 0 views

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    "A superb science podcast design for primary age pupils. Each week a new topic is discussed."
Martin Burrett

Video: Where does gold come from? - @UKEdVideo - UKEdChat.com - 2 views

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    "Discover how and where gold is formed… it's out of this world!"
Martin Burrett

Video: 4 Billion Years in Under 10 Minutes - 2 views

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    "Detailed and engaging video about how the surface of the Earth has changed over its billions of years long history."
Martin Burrett

Scientific Method iMat by @primary_sci - 3 views

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    "iMat (Independent Mat) for encouraging independence when planning an investigation."
Martin Burrett

EduApp: Cosmic Watch for iOS - UKEdChat.com - 0 views

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    "We can all get a little puzzled with time. Sometimes we have no idea where it goes, whereas there are other times when it goes by so fast. Yet one this is for sure…it is going at the same pace, no matter what, and the relationship between time and the cosmos is complex.

    Understanding the relationship, Cosmic Watch is a unique iPad app that provides an advanced, 3D astronomical time device for the digital age."
Lottie Peppers

Infographic: Essential Practices for K-12 Science Classrooms | The National Academies P... - 1 views

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    This interactive infographic from the National Academies Press highlights essential practices for K-12 science classrooms from A Framework for K-12 Science Education with references to the contents of the full report.
Lottie Peppers

NISE - 1 views

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    The National Institute for STEM Education (NISE) certifies teachers, campuses, and districts in STEM teaching using a competency-based, academic coach-led online learning platform in which educators produce a portfolio of work that demonstrates proficiency across 15 STEM teacher actions.
Martin Burrett

When fish come to school, kids get hooked on science - 0 views

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    "A programme that brings live fish into classrooms to teach the fundamentals of biology not only helps students learn, but improves their attitudes about science, a new study finds.

    The study of nearly 20,000 K-12 students, who raised zebrafish from embryos over the course of a week, found that kids at all grade levels showed significant learning gains. They also responded more positively to statements such as "I know what it's like to be a scientist." The results, to be published by the journal PLOS Biology, suggest that an immersive experience with a living creature can be a particularly successful strategy to engage young people in science, technology, engineering and maths."
Holly Barlaam

Health and Science Pipeline Initiative - Home - 1 views

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    The Health and Science Pipeline Initiative (HASPI) is a collaborative network of K-16 educators, industry representatives, and community organizations that are actively engaged in the common effort to improve students' ultimate success in healthcare professions. HASPI preparation is intended for students of all academic levels and backgrounds.
Martin Burrett

UKEd Magazine: October 2016 - 0 views

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    Free online educational magazine for teachers. This issue has a STEM theme.
Martin Burrett

Review: How to teach Secondary Science by @CatrinGreen - 1 views

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    We all remember science lessons from our school days. Whether the lessons were with the more 'characteristic' teachers in the school, or whether you all released the gas taps when the teacher foolishly left the room, we all seemed to miss the link that science is life! And what an opportunity science teachers have in releasing the magic of life to their pupils, answering BIG questions like "Why am I like my parents?", or "What will my life be like in 2050?", or "Why is Pripyat a deserted town?"
Jeanne Elliott

Welcome to NanoSpace! - 1 views

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    Hall of atoms has an awesome short video to describe an atom.
Martin Burrett

Beaches At Risk - 2 views

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    A superb collection of coastal erosion & other resources from the University of Sussex.
Amy Roediger

MolView - draw a molecule and view it in 2D & 3D - 0 views

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    The user can draw a compound or choose from a selection of compounds from three databases. Once a compound has been selected the user can click the 2D to 3D button to convert the molecule into a 3D model which is then displayed in the viewer, located on the right side of the screen.

    In addition to the 3D viewer you can also use the app to distinguish between atomic, molecular, and ionic solids by clicking on the crystallography model tab. What I love about this function of the app is that it helps users identify that each type of solid has different structures and patterns.
Jennifer Lehotsky

K-5 Science jonyoder's LiveBinders Shelf - 0 views

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    Wonderful resource for NGSS standards at the K-5 level.
Amy Roediger

Algodoo - a digital physics sandbox and free download - 5 views

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    Algodoo gives you the opportunity to play with physics. Use your own hands and simple drawing tools to design, construct and explore the world of physics.
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