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You should know these More online Resources Animaciones para enseñar ciencias En tiempos como los nuestros, en los que las imágenes juegan un papel fundamental en la tarea de enseñanza-aprendizaje, una herramienta como Educaplus nos enriquece con su aporte. Recomendamos ampliamente visitar este sitio. En los campos de las ciencias nos ofrece una gran cantidad y variedad de animaciones referentes a áreas como química, física, matemáticas, ciencias de la tierra, biología y más. En cada rama que cubre tiene material para una gran cantidad de temas que conviene investigar. A su vez, cada tema tiene su propio espacio lo que permite profundizar y ampliar en los temas específicos que se necesite de los diferentes espacios curriculares. Educaplus.org es el sitio personal de Jesús Peñas Cano, profesor de Física y Química. Animaciones 3D, interactivas y muy claras para ver cómo se producen los fenómenos que se estudian.Por ejemplo en la imagen de aquí arriba, podemos ver moléculas en tres dimensiones que además pueden manipularse y verse desde cualquier ángulo.

About Most of the world's high aptitude students are not privileged with the resources and opportunities necessary to reach their full potential. Brilliant provides a challenging intellectual environment to anyone with internet access and a passion for mathematics, science, or engineering. Brilliant aims to become a hub of the world's most promising minds, where motivated thinkers can connect to each other and to opportunities to apply their talents. Brilliant is creating a community where exceptional students can learn together with others who share their deep interests and abilities, and go beyond the limits of a standard curriculum. On a typical day on Brilliant, you'll find a 14-year old user from Minnesota posing a computer science problem to users from the UK, Serbia, India, Bangladesh, Peru, Hong Kong, Egypt, Greece, France, Netherlands, and the US, who solve the problem and submit solutions in 5 programming languages. Kenji Ejima, Software Engineer Silas Hundt, CPO Sue Khim, CEO

Home | ACARA 27 places to get a free science education | Citizen Science Center Click to tweet this page Carnegie Mellon University is just one of the organizations offering course material for free. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Feeling like your public school education was lacking? There has never been a better time to be an autodidact, that is, someone who is self-taught. Have I missed your favourite science education resource? Brightstorm: More than 600 videos at the high school level in biology, chemistry, and physics. Open Learning Initiative: College-level courses in 12+ areas, ranging from argument diagramming to statistical reasoning. Connexions: A huge collection of small knowledge chunks called modules, in dozens of subjects. CosmoLearning: A good science education aggregation site, which lists more than 515 courses from around the globe in every conceivable topic. Johns Hopkins: The open courseware initiative for Johns Hopkins university, which focuses on medical science topics. Open Learn: Eight pages of free science courses from Open University in the UK.

What You Need to Know About MOOCs - Technology We'll be updating this page regularly.Please check back for updates. Call it the year of the mega-class. Colleges and professors have rushed to try a new form of online teaching known as MOOCs—short for "massive open online courses." The courses raise questions about the future of teaching, the value of a degree, and the effect technology will have on how colleges operate. Struggling to make sense of it all? On this page you’ll find highlights from The Chronicle's coverage of MOOCs. If you'd like to learn more about MOOCs in a condensed format, try reading "Beyond the MOOC Hype: A Guide to Higher Education's High-Tech Disruption," a new e-book by The Chronicle's technology editor. What are MOOCs? MOOCs are classes that are taught online to large numbers of students, with minimal involvement by professors. Why all the hype? Advocates of MOOCs have big ambitions, and that makes some college leaders nervous. These are like OpenCourseWare projects, right? Sort of. Who are the major players? edX

3rd Online Resources La manzana de Newton La Manzana de Newton es un espacio web creado por Pastora María Torres y Rafael Jiménez, profesores de Matemáticas y de Física y Química del IES Alhaken II. Nos ofrece numerosos recursos para trabajar conceptos de Física, Química y Matemáticas de diversos niveles educativos en el aula y promueve la curiosidad hacia los temas científicos y su aprendizaje. Está en la red desde el año 2004 y ha recibido numerosos premios. En él encontraréis desde lecturas con cuestionarios interactivos, pasatiempos o experimentos, hasta una amplia colección de fichas interactivas para su utlización en las asignaturas de Física y Química o Matemáticas así como completas aplicaciones TIC que desarrollan unidades didácticas. Seguro que os resultará de interés. Para infantil y primaria: Aprendemos los números. Para secundaria. Las reacciones químicas.

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