Five essential sites for Science teachers;Essential guide to the Internet

28th May 1999 at 01:00
Association for Science Education www.ase.org.ukindex.html "Teachers helping teachers to teach science", it says - and it's true!

Science Museum www.nmsi.ac.uk Extends the 'hands-on' approach of the famous London museum into a range of deeply involving online activities and projects

Physics 2000 www.colorado.eduphysics2000index.html Well-stocked site designed to make physics more accessible to students of all ages

NASA www.nasa.govindex.html A treasure-chest of multimedia resources from the US space administration

Using ICT in science www.vtc.ngfl.gov.ukresourcecitsscience Archived practical advice in this useful section of the Government's Virtual Teacher Centre

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