As science teachers prepare to return to school for the next school year, some have already returned, they always look for good online resources to improve their lessons. It's always good when someone helps them by previewing science and making suggestions.
The best websites in science education are interactive and allow students to edit or change parameters to monitor what happens and share with others. This includes the boundaries of teaching and learning-based inquiries. Students are developing their own experiments, monitoring the results and reporting their findings.
FOSS Web is designed to support the Science Options Science K-8 science sets, but anyone can use interactive activity for rating.
The following websites have been shown and meet the Interactive and Predictive Criteria:
FOSS Web K-8.
Volcano Cams – Provides real-time views of volcanoes around the world. Students can track volcanoes and develop their own experiments using this actual cams for grades 5-12.
Explore eLearning – Provides simulator for all science analysis areas for grades 3-12.
Real-time Stream Data Streaming across the nation – The US Geological Survey (USGS) provides real-time data that is usually recorded at 15 to 60 square meters and sent to the United States Geological Survey Office in four hours. Data can be selected by state and state for grades 8-12.
Quality Data Data On The Land After The US Geological Survey (USGS) provides real-time data on the quality of water submitted in the field of documents. The data is updated every five minutes to an hour. Data can be selected by state and state for grades 8-12.
Design Roller Coaster – Enables students to design their own Roller Coaster. They are building an idea maker with the same physical concepts used to design real coasters in grades 6-12.
Human anatomy – allows students to explore human anatomy. Each topic has animation, 100 graphics and thousands of descriptive links for grades 4-12.
The Earth and Atmosphere Kids Crossing – Allows Students to View Water, Atmosphere and Weather for Grades 3 – 8.
Recycling City – Enables students to view multiple routes to see how citizens at home recycle, reduce and reuse waste of levels 3-8.
MBG Net – allows students to explore Biomes, Freshwater Systems and Marine Systems of the World for grades 6-12.