In this update of on the wire we will look at the IAEA, some Biology, ITGS & Mathematics resources and more
1. IAEA International Atomic Energy Agency – http://www.iaea.org/ This is an interesting site at the best of times, but in light of the tragedy unfolding in Fukushima this site provides unbiased and accurate information. The daily updated blog does not just look at the Fuushima reactor complex rather examines and documents all of the reactors. An excellent valid information source.
2. Anatomy Arcade – http://www.anatomyarcade.com/ A games based learning site for anatomy. This site is useful for Science, Biology, health, and Physical education. Worth visiting to appraise.Games for skeletal, respiratory, muscular systems and more
3. Super maths world http://www.supermathsworld.com/ This is a mathematics games based site that provides an engaging way of learning mathematics.
4. TeacherZone - http://teacher.tenmarks.com/ Mathematics video resources. This is a useful site that has over 1000 videos aimed at grades 3-10. Its free for teachers but does require a sign up. Also worth examining are:
- Mathtrain.TV – http://www.mathtrain.tv/
- Brightstorm – http://www.brightstorm.com/ (also science resources)
- MathTV – http://www.mathtv.com/videos_by_topic
5. Here’s to the crazy ones video – I love this its inspiring – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oAB83Z1ydE&feature=player_embedded
and finally for the ITGS and IT students. This infographic about the size of files and storage. Useful for terminology