This updates contains site for most curriculum areas. Including Science, Humanities, English, IT & ITGS
1. The interactive investigator - http://www.virtualmuseum.ca/Exhibitions/Myst/index.html – this site from the virtual museum of Canada is an introduction to the world of Forensics. Definitely worth a visit. It contains a database of relevant information, a timeline of key events and a engaging forensics based game.
2. Words like – http://www.wordslike.net this is an online theasaurus which will also provide you with a clear and concise definition. I like this one. A good tools for English langauge students, English second language and just azbout anyone else.
3. Chemical Elements .com http://www.chemicalelements.com/ This is another science resource. Click on the periodic table element and link to a comprehensive data page. A good senior school & chemistry resource.
4. Connected earth – http://www.connected-earth.com/ this is a great site for IT students as well as humanities. Here the students investigate the history and developmet of telecommunications and the impact of these unceasing changes. The site is founded by BT – British Telecom.
5. Exploring the nano world – http://mrsec.wisc.edu/Edetc/index.html This University of Wisconsin site explores the emerging technology – nanotechnology. This is a good resource site with interesting video lab manuals etc. More suited for older students. Worth looking at is exploring the Nano world with Lego Bricks - http://mrsec.wisc.edu/Edetc/LEGO/index.html
Have a look at the Lego periodic table - http://mrsec.wisc.edu/Edetc/LEGO/LEGO%20PT%20final.html