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PUBLIC MARKS from knann with tag msvt

22 November 2007

Outline Maps

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These maps may be printed and copied for personal or classroom use.To request permission for other purposes please contact the Rights and Permissions Department. PDF format but may be opened in Photoshop Elements as an image for coloring and labeling.

18 November 2007

Google Earth and Sky

A great resource for teachers wanting to get more out of Google earth. Tutorials, powerpoint, and kmz file available at this site.

12 November 2007

Flick School

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Flickschool is the work of Marco Torres, a history teacher at a large high school in San Fernando who works with students in the area of digital storytelling and other creative endeavors. At the Flickschool site, numerous short "how-to" video clips are provided that contain mini lessons on topics such as script-writing, story-boarding, photography techniques, music technology, and film-making. A true gem!

Microscope Imaging Station. Gallery.

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The Microscope Imaging Station produces high-resolution images and movies using research-grade microscopes. This gallery contains a range of images and movies that illustrate the diversity of what can be seen with light microscopes.

we are multicolored

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an online application to design your own flag, either based on your "home", any country that "affected you" & countries of which you "dreamed of going", or simply based on strong symbols, colors & meaning.

08 November 2007

CBT Cafe :: Fireworks MX Selections and Masking Tutorials

Several tutorials for selecting images using varying tutorials.

04 November 2007

Splashup

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Splashup, formerly Fauxto, is a powerful editing tool and photo manager. With all the features professionals use and novices want, it's easy to use, works in real-time and allows you to edit many images at once. Splashup runs in all browsers, integrates seamlessly with top photosharing sites, and even has its own file format so you can save your work in progress. You can also edit and save images without signing up.

03 November 2007

Google Earth Virtual Tours

Click the "Open KML" Link to view the tour in Google Earth

World Atlas

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Highest lowest biggest smallest tallest deepest oldest youngest Continents Countries Cities Dependencies Deserts Islands Lakes Mountains Oceans Provinces Rivers Seas and more list by World Atlas

Geo Quiz Archive

Geoquiz from BBC/PRI in text and audio format

The Seven World Wonders

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A complete listing of all the World Wonders in a variety of categories

Geospy -- National Geographic Kids

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Can you identify all the continents, states, and provinces? Try GeoSpy and find out!

02 November 2007

KitchenBug

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Recipe sharing at its finest!

25 October 2007

The Animal Kingdom

Basic classification and resources

The Structure of a Leaf.

A leaf is adapted to absorb light in photosynthesis. Can you label the different parts on this cross section diagram of a leaf?

Microbes and Disease

A simple sorting activity to classify ailments caused by a virus or bacteria

Label Plant and Animal Cells

Click and drag the labels to the correct position. Be careful, you need to get it correct before you can move on to the next item.

21 October 2007

Exploratree - Exploratree by FutureLab

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Exploratree is a free web resource where you can download, use and make your own interactive thinking guides. Thinking guides can support independent and group research projects with frameworks for thinking, planning and enquiry. We’ve provided a set of ready-made guides which you can print out or use online. All of the guides are completely customizable or you can start from scratch and make your own! You can share them and work on them in groups too. With Exploratree you can: Use our ready-made thinking guides Make a new thinking guide from scratch Use it to set class projects Print them out (they can go as big as A0) Change and customise thinking guides, you can add or change text, shapes, images etc. As a teacher, you can set up the sequence that you want the thinking guide to be revealed, so that you can stage the thinking activity You can fill in a thinking guide and complete your project on the website You can present your project You can send your thinking guide to a whole group of people You can submit a thinking guide for comments, so it can't be edited but just reviewed Work in groups on the same thinking guide