I've been working with a project called CAMEL that is collecting resources related to teaching about climate change. It's mostly targeted at higher education, but many of the resources seem like they would be appropriate for use at the secondary level. It has a simulations category with about a dozen resources that might be worth a look if you're teaching about this topic: http://www.camelclimatechange.org/results/all/?group=7764&all=0&q=&narrow=13186.
Here is an owl pellet virtural dissection simulation that's pretty good: http://www.kidwings.com/owlpellets/flash/v4/index.htm.
Genetics Web Lab Directory--several science simulations: http://www2.edc.org/weblabs/WebLabDirectory1.html
Science Simulations for Biology, Chemistry, and Physics http://www.jdenuno.com/TechConnect/OnLineLabs.htm
Sizing Up the Universe - an interactive about the Solar System. This site is provided by Smithsonion Education
Design a Satellite
Cindimay, thanks again for these sites. As we move forward, it is going to be more and more important that our students have access to sites like these. Our students now have the ability to work in areas that we could only hope for a few years ago.
Speaking of hoping for, don't you just wish you would have had the chance to taste some of that delicious peach cobbler in Georgia? I wonder if you can do that virtually now?
Here is my Diigo page with simulations: http://www.diigo.com/user/julieshy/simulations
Hope this helps!
PlanetInAction.com is where the world is your playground. Google Earth is a highly detailed 3D representation of our entire planet. Be captain of your own vessel, or fly an aiplane over mountains. Each simulation uses Google Earth as it's backdrop.
this is the site for simulation understanding and inquiry for the math and science subject for the students in class.
this is thelinks for the math and science games for the students