There are many online teaching resources in the internet world. Some of them are very interesting. Please share that interesting teaching resources in this sharing so that teachers can save their times. I found the following website while I am searching about seed dispersal. It is very interesting and also informative about plants. Small kids can develop their scientific temper by waiting these animated lessons.
Are you also looking for other educators to share ideas and resources they use when teaching their students about plants? What level are your students?
I found the following resource - http://knowplants.org/default.aspx that seems to have a number of different resources for both the student and teacher regarding the studying of plants.
Does anyone else have any other good resources to share regarding this topic?
it is relly very good resource for a science teacher.Thanks
we can use the following link for students and teachers:
Thank you rubina for sharing your favorite link. As an example only I am sharing one science online resource link. If educators/ teachers shared their favorite links in one place for all subject ,other teachers can save the time of searching resources in a search engine.
Here is a geographical link in which you will gain a mental map of the world's continents, countries, capitals, & landscapes.
Here is a link to my classroom website's link page; it leads to websites in different areas of science, math, and technology:
When you click on the link, you will be asked to request access because this is a private wiki.
You can visit the following website and subscribe to Story Connection Express, an educational e-zine for parents and teachers with a monthly circulation of 12,000+ worldwide.
This game about food can be used in whole group or by individual students to study bacteria. http://www.fooddetectives.com/.
Wow! Thank you Bergin, Eric and Gail! It was great to get your websites. These will be great resources for the future. I've really enjoyed the variety of activities at mythwiki. The storyconnection is super. I've been trying to find ways to tie literature and technology more often than what I've done in the past. Thanks again.
Cool Cat Teacher Blogger, Mrs. Davis has created Bloom's Taxonomy Wheel and Knowledge Dimension called visibli. It can be used to provide strategies and resources for integrating technology into the curriculum. It aligns activies with the different levels of Blooms and Dimensions of Knowledge. It can be found at: http://coolcatteacher.visibli.com/share/6A9aNq.
I use this site quite a bit: Exploring Earth
I find their slide shows/animations to be understandable and engaging. I most recently used it with my students to discuss time zones for their Vacation Travel webquest.
Another discussion thread covers electronic textbooks. Sites such as Exploring Earth do justice to e-texts.
The Computer Science Student Network (http://www.cs2n.org) has online activites, competitions, and training materials to engage students in CS-STEM. We are in the process of incorporating Lifelong Learning Badges for students teachers as well as certifications for teachers.
Sheppard Software company designed educational software and online games to help the children in learning many difficulty levels under mathematics. Most of them are free and it is a nice link to learn mathematis. Click the following link to enjoy the online resources.
I find This Intel Teachers engage practically helpful to know, share & serve for children.
As part new online teaching resources, i am sharing some very useful links to study Solar system,
Eclipse formations & Huge info related to planets as follws:
Besides these, Have a glance in the follwing link to enjoy Panaormic view of some places to make ur students joyful:
Keep Sharing & serving
ranjith kumar, Very nice link that you shared. It clearly gives description of the 2012 Annular Solar Eclipse. Also it gives the detailed study of all things in space. 360° Virtual Tour photos really helpful to the students to view different places in different angles. Please share some sites like this.
hi every body on teacher engage. iam rifaqat a science and english teacher from pakistan kpk.it will be highly apreciated if we can use the new and online teaching resources, technique for our students in class rooms. every student is a like a new hrad drive of a computer. its the teacher, the parents, the society who write new things on this hdd. wish the whole global comunity should work and think to use modern ways of comunication in class rooms.
Study Jams is a great teaching resource for students and teachers. They have videos, songs, and activities for various math and science topics.
Just take a look. The videos are good for unit starters and they have some fairly catchy karoke songs for math and science that students would enjoy to sing along to. (even the older ones:)
Cepolina is a website hosts over 20000 free photos coming from the world. Photos have been taken mainly in Europe, America, India and China. Photos are classified in 1400 categories like plants, animals, cars and food. Categories are described by over 5000 sentences. Each photo can be saved in six formats (up to 1600X1200 pixels). You can download any photo for private or commercial use.
Just clic the following link and enjoy.