StreetMuseum: This free iPhone app from the Museum of London overlays 400 years of historic images on today’s city streets. TED: TEDTalks need no introduction. Like the exhibit, the activities explore the importance of our atmosphere, its functions and chemistry, and how scientists are tracking changes in the atmosphere — changes that impact all life on the planet. Curriki: The site hosts an online community for creating and sharing curricula and teaching best practices.
What new challenges did these icy voyages encounter? The 24 lectures are available on iTunes. It’s worth noting that Banner has used the lectures to develop a handy book, The Calculus Lifesaver: All the Tools You Need to Excel at Calculus. IXL: Site features thousands of exercises designed to help young students (K-8) practice math. Selected collections are cataloged below. MIT-K12: Taking a page from Khan, MIT is now producing ”short videos teaching basic concepts in science and engineering” for K-12 students.
The diverse collection of men on ships such as the Essex ventured into unknown waters often for years at a time. What does the book say about America during the 19th century? Note: The popular blog BoingBoing hosts a podcast called Apps for Kids. Before you experience the map, you will need to download the Chrome browser. We have more on it here.
Physics to Go: A collection of websites where you can learn physics on your own, through games, webcasts, and online exhibits and activities. Grades: K-12 Climate Classroom What’s up with global warming?
Provides access to 1,117,900 species pages and 1,914,317 pictures. Did it help to forge a uniquely American identity? Folger Shakespeare Library: Offers a world of online resources for teachers — from lesson plans to study guides to videos — for teaching Shakespeare on the K-12 levels. Unlimited practice is available on each topic which allows thorough mastery of the concepts.
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