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Seeking Science Websites

Seeking Science Websites

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I am seeking science education sites that focus on interactive activities, such as games, 3D virtual world and simulations. I welcome your recommendations. Thank you!

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Eric H. Roth's picture
Eric H. Roth
university lecturer and English teacher

You might want to check out the excellent student-written online engineering magazine called Illumin at http://illumin.usc.edu/

Bias confession: I teach writing to engineers at USC!

Mrs. U's picture
Mrs. U
HS Science Teacher

A bookmarked list of websites that is being compilled by science educators for science educators, which includes many links that have interactive activies -
@ http://www.delicious.com/oca4science
Add websites to this list by creating a personal account for free and bookmarking your favorite science websites. If you send me an e-mail with your delicious account name, I will network the two accounts :)

To Highlight a few Websites with Interactive Activities that are bookmarked on the delicious account

Jason Mission Center
http://www.jason.org/

Biology Corner
www.biologycorner.com

Cells Alive
www.cellsalive.com

Electro City
http://www.electrocity.co.nz/

World Clock & Other Applet Activities
www.poodwaddle.com

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