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SimSpace

SimSpace is a SimPhysics game-based learning resource where players take on the role of space scientists, scouting the skies for Near Earth Objects (NEOs) that may pose a risk to life on Earth.

The premise is that planet Earth is overdue a major impact from an asteroid or comet, and players are leading the...

ABPI careers case studies

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) has accumulated a large collection of 78 careers case studies. These explore the multitude of different roles within the industry with a reprentative of each role giving their own career perspective and advice. Each case study includes a profile of a...

Vectors

This interactive excel sheet deals with a variety of vector topics. It begins with sheets which require students to identify column vectors from line segments and then to find the magnitude and direction of vectors expressed in column form.

The next interactive sheets illustrate the fact that a+nb lies...

SimSound

In this SimPhysics game, players get the opportunity to manipulate sound, style a rock band and work on their recordings.

Players are presented with some wrinkles in the recorded sound that they have to iron out. On their way, they will learn how to analyse wave forms and use recording packages (in this case...

Torches and colour

This series of interactive demonstrations provided by ASE enables teachers to reinforce ideas relating to light. The concepts of light can be regarded as complex, but these resources will clarify the key learning points.

A suite of interactive features on the different concepts of light show:

* Torch...

MRSA Animation

This animation from the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute is suitable for GCSE and A-level students and provides an introduction to the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus.

The animation describes how drug resistant strains such as MRSA can be spread in hospital settings, how infections can be treated and how MRSA...

Cells of Animals, Plants and Bacteria

This interactive resource, from the National Learning Network Materials' Biology collection, begins by looking at the workings of light and electron microscopes. Through illustrations and quizzes, students investigate the structure and function of animal, plant and bacterial cells. The files to install this...

Cells, Tissues and Organs

This unit of material is from the National Leaning Network Materials' Biology collection. Interactives and animations explore cell structure, specialisation and functions. Students also look at different tissues and see how they can be organised into organs. The files to install this application on your own...

Temperature and Pressure

This unit of learning material from the National Learning Network Materials' Chemistry collection describes the particle theory, solids, liquids, and gases. It illustrates the motion of particles at different temperatures. The files to install this application on your own laptop or school system are included...

Elements and Atoms

This unit of learning material from the National Learning Network Materials' Chemistry collection, looks at elements and introduces atomic structure. The resource describes how protons, electrons and neutrons make up atoms and describes how to define the atomic number of an element. It introduces the periodic table...

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