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ScienceBlog Support site….

Scienceblog.org  is my own portal for science students and teachers.

It brings articles and other resources for students and teachers following 21st Century Science.

Intelligent Design v Evolution?

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Science Education, Intelligent Design and Creationism

Is there a place for Intelligent Design in a school Science Curriculum?

The teaching of evolution is well embedded in the science curriculum in the UK.

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YouTube Videos for Education

 

YouTube Education  provides a large collection of videos for teachers and students

http://www.youtube.com/education 

Free Multimedia Resources for Teaching and Learning

Here is a an excellent  review of free multimedia resources for use by teachers and students

http://classroom-aid.com/educational-resources/multimedia-resources/

NextVista library of free videos for education

Next Vista     http://www.nextvista.org/ 

NextVista provides an an excellent collection of free videos for teachers and students. These free videos for learners are made by students or teachers around the world.

Here is an online community willing to share educational videos . All  videos are screened for  inappropriate and inaccurate content.

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Random Quote

“There’s as many atoms in a single molecule of your DNA as there are stars in the typical galaxy. We are, each of us, a little universe.”

— Neil deGrasse Tyson