Some free resources and training courses for teachers.
Resources (worksheets, activities etc.) on plants/plant science and includes careers in science.
Interactive materials covering many science topics in the primary and secondary school curriculum.
E-sources to support the science curriculum from 11 to 18.
Challenging and engaging activities for students of different age groups and resources for teachers and parents.
Information for teachers/subject leaders seeking new ideas, teaching methods and resources to help improve the way children learn science.
Contains free lesson plans, classroom resources, revision guides and curriculum worksheets.
The Institute of Human Origin’s website with interactive multimedia and classroom materials to promote greater understanding of human evolution.
Official site of the Nobel prize providing educational resources
BrainPOP explains the world through animated movies, educational games, interactive quizzes, informational texts, online activities, and more.
Largest collection of writings by and about Darwin online.
Free educational resources on a range of subjects.
Learn Web Development and Graphic Design for free.
The DNALC family of websites includes 2- and 3-D animations, scientist interviews (including 12 Nobel laureates!), historical images, and teaching aids.
A daily growing list of freely downloadable e-books, documents and lecture notes found all over the internet.
A website covering high school and university level topics.
A US website with videos, animations, and simulations on general education subjects
An interactive film from New Scientist about how the brain works
Guidance and help about designing and developing websites.
A fun, innovative, learning environment built around videos from the NBC News Archives
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