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Chemistry: All About You! - 0 views

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    "Chemistry: All About You
    Teach chemistry in a fun and innovative way"
angela rees

Google Mars - 2 views

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    The surface of Mars as a Google map
Jan Bierweiler

Jörn Loviscach - YouTube - 0 views

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    popular YouTube-Channel of a German Professor of technical mathematics (Ingenieurmathematik) andcomputer engineering (technische Informatik)
Gabriela Grosseck

Kids today vs. kids in 1982: What a difference a generation makes | Articles - 1 views

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    It's good to be a kid these days. Or rather, it's better to be a teenager now than it was 30 years ago. That's the essential argument made in an infographic from Besteducationdegrees.com. Today's teens make more money in their crummy jobs, enjoy PlayStation instead of Coleco Vision, and have cell phones on which they listen to their music.
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    That's a very nice infographic. How can we use it in the classroom?
Gabriela Grosseck

100 COMPLETELY FREE Distance Learning Resources for Homeschoolers - Distance Education.org - 0 views

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    April 08, 2009 By Jennifer Williamson , Distance-Education.org Columnist | Home-schooling your kids? Check out these free online resources for parents and kids of all ages-including lesson plans, activities, educational online games, test prep, online high schools, forums and support groups.
angela rees

If Charles Darwin Created Foursquare, It Might Look Like This - 0 views

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    biology ecology app for mobile
jensvermeersch

ChronoZoom - 0 views

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    Imagine a timeline of the universe, complete with high-resolution videos and images, in which you could zoom from a chronology of Egypt's dynasties and pyramids to the tale of a Japanese-American couple interned in a World War II relocation camp to a discussion of a mass extinction that occurred on Earth 200 million years ago - all in seconds.
    Based on an idea from a University of California, Berkeley, student, ChronoZoom - essentially a zoomable timeline of timelines augmented with multimedia features -- is coming to life.
angela rees

Lab Out Loud - 0 views

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digital-earth.eu - 0 views

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    The digital-earth.eu project examines the use of geographic media in schools and teacher education. Geo-media is the visualisation of information from different media sources and is concerned with digital content and its processing based on place, position and location. Many geographic media are widely used for navigation and routing purposes. Cartographic communication has never been so easy to implement, therefore 21st century school education needs to include geo-media into daily work. Innovative approaches to teaching and learning are needed to study environments from local to global scale.
    The digital-earth.eu network links innovative centres around Europe where geo-media use is well developed. Products, resources, experiences and ideas are shared between the centres and opened to the public wherever possible.

    A digital-earth.eu infrastructure is under development. The European Centre and an accredited network of national and regional Centres of Excellence are developing an online catalogue of materials, courses, publications, links and good practice scenarios, and are publishing a series of core publications. 
jensvermeersch

Nano-Tech Science Education (NTSE) Web Site - 1 views

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    NTS aims to use ICTs as a tool to make the learning of science subjects more attractive and accessible. The project target groups are students from the general and vocational schools aged 13 to 18; teachers in science subject,plus college & university students attending science education courses (prospective school teachers in sciences) The project will establish a Virtual Lab, as an experimental virtual aid to science learning. This will serve as a platform for science lessons, as a database of teaching materials and as a hub for science-learning-related graphic aids and recorded and illustrated appealing experiments on Nano-Tech. It will include a Nano-Science Center, presenting to learners and their in-service or future teachers the miracles of the nano-technologies. A program for a week Science Camp training including hands-on experiments and demonstrations will be developed and delivered through the VL, this is a good step as an approbation of the contents and functionalities of the virtual lab.
fernando albuquerque costa

inGenious Resources - 1 views

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    Description: The website Biologie online was developed by a free alliance of German students of medicine and biological science. It is intended to give an overview of the most important issues in biological... Try out the educational animations on eChalk Description: Are you thinking of boosting up your classes with some online resources?
fernando albuquerque costa

http://www.igc.gulbenkian.pt/media/mnewsarticle/16 - 0 views

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    In the 2011 edition of the international Ciencia en Acción competition, the first prize in the Teaching Resources category went to the animated video 'Me and my Body', developed and produced by members of the IGC Science Communication Team (Catarina Júlio, Ana Mena and Ana Godinho), in collaboration with Diana Marques (illustrator), Cláudio Silva (Fundação para a Computação Científica Nacional) and Alexandre Gil (student).
    According to the competition judges, this award acknowledges the video's 'ability to make science attractive to young people, and teach them the concepts of cells and organs of the body, in a very professional and educational fashion'.
fernando albuquerque costa

http://bio-ditrl.sunsite.ualberta.ca/ - 0 views

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    Bio-DiTRL operates as an online database with digital media that can be used to assist in teaching biology. In it you will find images, animations, video clips and text excerpts that may be downloaded for use by subscribers. Anyone may search or browse by following the appropriate links. Contributions of suitable teaching resources are most welcome.
fernando albuquerque costa

Maths Experiencing - 0 views

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    Maths Experiencing is a Unesco resource for Maths learning
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