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View Resource Woodland Network

The Woodland Network is "an interactive environmental project for both primary and secondary schools."Available in a variety of different languages, this Web site includes the main project for secondary students, Woodland Research, along with two smaller activities for younger students. The projects are designed to allow students to collect real woodland sample data and make comparisons with data...

View Resource International Statistical Institute - Glossary of Statistical Terms

This site shows the International Statistical Institutes alphabetical list of technical terms showing the translation in a number of languages. The page covers a myriad of different terms and our translated into many languages such as: English, French, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, Romanian, Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, Greek and many more. This is a nice reference site for...

View Resource The VARK Questionnaire: How Do I Learn Best?

The VARK Questionnaire "How Do I Learn Best?" is a very useful free learning styles survey tool. This questionnaire can help students better understand how they learn and how to best study depending upon their preferred learning style: visual, aural, kinesthetic, read-write or multimodal. After taking the questionnaire, the participant will receive a personal learning profile with learning and...

View Resource Molecule Polarity

The PhET project at the University of Colorado creates "fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena." This particular one deals with molecular polarity. When is a molecule polar? Change the electronegativity of atoms in a molecule to see how it affects polarity. This simulation will allow visitors to see how molecules behave in an electric field, and change the bond angle...

View Resource The Science of Segway

From the makers of the Segway, the Human Transporter, comes the Science of the Segway site. The device's most impressive feature is its ability to balance on its own. Designed using the human body as a model, the Segway uses "dynamic stabilization" to keep riders from falling over. Visitors will find an explanation of how the personal transportation device uses a special type of gyroscope...

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