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Great Classroom Tools

Here is an excellent summary of useful educational resources for use in the classroom

http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/greatclassroomtools 

and another set is located at  http://www.symbaloo.com/mix/greatclassroomtools2

Produced using Symbaloo     :    http://www.symbaloo.com/

Symbaloo allows you to

  • Discover pages with the best links about a subject
  • Create your own pages with favorites
  • Share your page with the rest of the world

Interactive Science Activities using Hot Potatoes

Hot Potatoes is a powerful resource for producing a range of interactive activities.

All you need to do is enter the data for your exercises (questions, answers, responses etc.), and press a button. The program will create the Web pages for you, if needed. They can then be uploaded them to one of our websites.

Alternatively, you can PRINT paper versions of your exercises. The choice is yours.

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Science UPD8

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Science upd8 is a partnership from the Centre for Science Education and the Association for Science Education.

Established since  2003,  Science upd8  has been developed to build motivation to learn, and improve scientific literacy..

More tools to enrich and enhance teaching and learning

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Here is an extensive range of teaching tools listed by www.edjudo.com .

The website has been developed by Jeremy Alger.

It was created  to reflect and share his  ideas about education and technology.

Homepage is at   http://edjudo.com/

Web 2.0 teaching tools listed at    Web 2.0 Teaching Tools 

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(Photo credit : Dr. Overy)

 

View and share free educational material….

Connexions is one of the most popular open education sites in the world. Its more than 17,000 learning objects or modules in its repository and over 1000 collections (textbooks, journal articles, etc.) are used by over 2 million people per month…

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Random Quote

“You can know the name of a bird in all the languages of the world, but when you’re finished, you’ll know absolutely nothing whatever about the bird… So let’s look at the bird and see what it’s doing — that’s what counts.”

— Richard Feynman