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Interesting Sites

Here's a site which has a chart that compares some of the theories behind this wiki.

This site has a series of applets are designed to help address some critical points in a student's understanding about Modern physics and Special Relativity.

An online educational resource that provides free science and math games and activities that promote critical thinking. Choose from Simple Machines, Virtual Knee Surgery or Stem Cell Heart Repair, among others.

Use simple drawing tools to design, construct and explore with. A site that gives you the opportunity to play with physics - using your own hands. Apply a constructionists learning paradigm, learning by doing.

Arts Instructional Support and Information Technology.  This project recreates ancient spaces for students to explore so as to gain a better understanding of social interactions in a variety of disciplines in the Arts.  You can read about the project and gain a sense of the created spaces on the pages that describe the project.

This is an interesting set of small java-script animations that help Computer Science students to visualize the impact of different approaches to sorting data.

This site has an interesting collection of problem-sets, simulations and virtual labs to help students learn chemistry.  Take some time to explore the material in the “Find Activities” section.  Can you blow anything up in the Virtual Chem lab? 

This site has a great collection of physics simulations that were designed to simulate classical physics experiments.

This is a comprehensive resource for Geophysics teachers: Using Images, Animations, and Models Effectively

Netlogo is a cross-platform multi-agent programmable modeling environment that runs either in a downloadable client or via a web-browser. It is a fully programmable engine that allows users to design and model simulations of their own, or to share simulations designed by others.  The models range from science, social sciences to the bizarre (zombie infection rates).

 The Biology Corner
A resource site for biology and science teachers.  It contains a variety of lessons, quizzes, labs, web quests, and information on science topics.

 The Biology Binder
An online resource for biology students and their teachers!  This site includes notes / study guides, interactive quizzes, online activities, printable labs / worksheets, and numerous science links relating to all biology topics. 

Online lessons for teachers teaching and students learning about evolution.

 How Stuff Works
A site showing "How Stuff Works" and why.

 Khan Academy
With a library of over 3000 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance and history and 317 practice exercises all designed to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.

Kings University College Physics Applets
Several theoretical physics experiments can be visualized with the applets available on this website.