Create virtual chemical reactions on-line or with an Apple or Android mobile app. Experiment with chemistry virtually anywhere with goREACT. In this drag-and-drop laboratory, combine elements from the Periodic Table to create chemical reactions and discover the chemistry in the world around you.
Math by Design gives pupils a highly creative experience in seeing geometry and measurement come alive. Pupils take on the role of junior architects and undertake a series of tasks, applying their knowledge of geometry and measurement.
Click here to read about an Apple/Android app that can work out maths problems using handwritten calculations.
Click here to read about some suggested resources that you can use to help flip your classroom.
100 science resources for the Flipped Classroom.
Duolingo is an on-line modern language resource offering courses in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and Italian.
Imvoto is a tool for teachers to create questions and assess pupils’ learning using their mobile devices. Click here for further information.
The use of virtual badges is becoming an increasingly popular method of motivating pupils. Read about the thinking behind this initiative.
One of the most popular online destinations on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) network is not a website for scientists, engineers or college students, but an online community where children learn how to code a computer program. Click here to read about this excellent animation resource. How about giving your pupils the opportunity to work with MIT?
Pupils can make use of their own Android devices to create digital magazines to share their learning with others. The Flipboard app is one resource that pupils can use.