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EveryTrail is the best way to share trips, connect with other travelers and find great new things to do. Use our mobile apps to record your trips and find nearby things to do.
Nature-based Education programs, providing professional learning opportunities for teachers and educators in Western Australia
We invite, connect, engage and inspire science and technology enthusiasts worldwide by sharing...
This looks fun :) but be sceptical
Still need to look closely at these videos to see if they have value. What do you think?
Take our 13-question quiz to test your knowledge of scientific concepts.
Take this test and determine your Scientific Literacy
National Geographic provides free maps, photos, videos and daily news stories, as well as articles and features about animals, the environment, cultures, history, world music, and travel.
Fantastic photos and videos
Games and activites for students to try on the computer
CSIRO's teacher resources provide inspiration for teachers and new ideas for the classroom. Our programs include teacher workshops, classroom activities and resource materials.
Classroom activities, resources and ideas for excusions
Class practical In this class experiment students put iron nails in various conditions including wet, dry, air-free and salty to find out what cau
Practical investigations and experiments
Only Year 7 currently created around renewable and non-renewable resources
Project Noah is a tool that nature lovers can use to explore and document local wildlife and a common technology platform that research groups can use to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere.
The Doctor loves physics!
Rating sciennce apps and websites.
Young children who miss some of their whooping cough shots, or receive the shots late, are at increased risk of catching the disease, a new study suggests.
'Live Science' as a source for science information. What do you think?
Useful background in science through the Australian Academy of Science
An online tool that brings technology & professional perspectives to the classroom, with teaching resources in Math, Science, Engineering & Technology
Sign the petition to ban plastic bags in California: http://www.change.org/petitions/california-plastic-bag-ban Narrated by Academy Award-winner Jeremy Irons...
Students will love this mockumentary on plastic bags and the notion of sustainability
This contains lots of videos and other materials in all learning areas
Overview of topics covered by this website
There are lots of biology based topic information here (mostly upper primary and lower secondary)
Glenda Leslie from AIS.WA has done a brilliant job and produced a large quantity of helpful planning and assessment docuemnts
Introduction of the MMR vaccine on the measles epidemic
This graphic model of the use of the measles vaccine will be helpful in my pharmacuetical subtopic. This will show how successfull the chemical engineers have become while creating new drugs and vaccines.