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- Imagination Cubed
Cooperative interactive whiteboard in the cloud. Collaborative. Flakey URL stuff, tho. Slow to respond to click and drag at times, too.
by 2 users
- 20 Interactive Whiteboard Resources for Teachers | The Whiteboard Blog
Interactive whiteboards are a great way for teachers to engage classrooms in learning. These tools are also cost effective. The Internet has tons of free sources to help teachers learn about and use IWBs with students. Here is a list of 20 interactive whiteboard resources and activities guaranteed to stimulate learning:
- A Science Odyssey
by 2 users
- Acid or Alkalai
- Acids, Alkalis and Neutralisation
- ActivStudio Flipcharts to Download
- AE Mystery Spot
Access Excellence "Mystery Spot" Kindof a PBL based in technology with short lived mysteries that are engaging for students. Examples include Two Forks, Idaho; Yellow Jackie; Angry Red Planet; Croak; Arctica; River of Venom; and Blackout Syndrome. Many are medical based; others more science.
- Assessment Question Sets for Secondary Science
From SmartBoard (imports into ActivInspire). Includes tons of question sets to assess understanding of concepts in Science; can screen by grades 7-9 or 10-12. Sort by SUBJECT!
- Bacteria Cam from Cells Alive
- BBC - GCSE Bitesize - Science
wikispace devoted to 8th grade science; individual pages by students on topics they've selected as interesting
- BBC - Schools Science Clips - Changing sounds
- BBC - Schools Science Clips - Changing state
- BBC - Schools Science Clips - Reversible and irreversible changes
- Biology in Motion
Toxic chemicals and heavy metals flow into the ocean when industrial, agricultural, and human wastes runs off or is deliberately discharged into rivers that then empty into the sea. These pollutants cause disease, genetic mutations, birth defects, reproductive difficulties, behavioral changes, and death in many marine organisms. But the severity of the damage varies greatly between species. In many cases, animals near the top of the food chain are most affected because of a process called biomagnification.
Has 6 interactive question/answer that follow simulation
- Chickscope 1.5
- CIESE - Curriculum
K-12 CIESE Online Tele-Collaborative Classroom Projects
- Collaborative Learning Center
- Concentration Game for Electrical Symbols
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