Home > News > Top 2011 Online Science Resources

Top 2011 Online Science Resources

If there is a single most popular subject for coverage on websites across the Internet, it is science.

There are websites that offer valuable, free content on topics like space exploration, chemistry, biology, electronics and gadgets, physics and much more.

Not all of these sites are created by scientists, and so not all of them are really appropriate or fact-based enough to be utilized inside of a science classroom.

Luckily, writer Richard Byrne at Free Technology for Teachers has put together an excellent list of 11 top online Science resources for both educators and students.

A few of the best examples Byrne offers in this article includes Google Body Browser from Google Labs, which allows students to view the human body from 360 degrees, and to virtually "dissect" that model by removing layers of bone, muscle and organs.

Other site featured by Byrne was Celestia, a high-quality virtual space exploration program completely loaded with valuable educational activities at the Celestia website.

Additional sites listed by Byrne included the popular chemistry site ChemEd DL, the hundreds of videos offered at the University of Pennsylvania Health System website, and the Knotebooks web service that lets teachers create and share lessons made from video, images and text.

If you are a Science teacher, you are sure to find something very valuable to include in your Science curriculum if you visit Byrne's list of 11 Science resources online.

Written February 2, 2012


Add a comment

Fields marked with an asterix (*) are required.

* Name:
* Comment:
Anti-spam code:

Keywords: news, best, freeware, education, software,

Copyright 2021 Seterra AB | Privacy Policy | About This Site | RSS Feed
Geography map game

US States
U.S. States Quiz

Where is Alabama? Play a map quiz on the 50 US states!

Search this site
Custom Search

8 Educational Websites to Plan a Butterfly Garden With Your Students
In this article, you will learn about 8 websites online that offer the best outline, tips and even plans for creating your own butterfly garden. Follow this process with your students, and in doing so, you will help them to research and learn more about the different butterfly species and their amazing lives.

Free Online Sites and Resources to Plan Your Educational Field Trips
Educational field trips are actually a critical part of any education. By seeing history, science or even math and english in a real-world environment, it brings education alive for students. The following are five websites that can help you get started with organizing, planning and carrying out a great field trip with the least amount of effort.

Like Educational Freeware On Facebook

News And Articles On Educational Software
More News & Articles >

Ebooks And Educational Software

Seterra Blog