Dr. Overy's KBase: Resources for Teaching and Learning
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folder Acids and Alkalis
Acids and Alkalis (7E)
folder Inheritance
Inheritance (7D, 9A)
folder KS3 Electricity
KS3 Electricity Resources/Links
folder Classification
folder Nutrition
Nutrition (8A)
folder KS3 Science Resources
KS3 Science Resources

KS3 Science
Free resources from webucate.org
Here is a range of resources for KS3 Science provided by www.webucate.org http://www.webucate.org/ourgallery/index.php?cat=4
09 Aug, 2014
Where can I find your KS3 Science Schemes of Work and Resources?
K3 Schemes of Work and other resources are to be found at http://www.webucate.org/ourgallery/thumbnails.php?album=25
14 Aug, 2014
Interactive Physics (Applets)
The following collections should be useful for A/AS Level and a range of GCSE Physics topics. In many cases you will require Java or Shockwave to be installed on your computer for the programs to run. Java Applets on Physics The Applet Collection Fowler’s Physics Applets Hyperphysics Virtual...
28 Aug, 2014
Gifted and Talented Projects
Here are some ideas for Gifted and Talented projects: http://www.webucate.org/ourgallery/thumbnails.php?album=58
24 Aug, 2014
How can I make my own Flashcards?
You can make your own flashcards at http://www.flashcardmachine.com/
29 Aug, 2014
Physics 4 Kids
Here is a useful resource for KS3/KS4 Science http://www.physics4kids.com/index.html
10 Sep, 2014
Physics Podcasts from PhysicsCentral
Here is a useful set of Podcasts from Physics Central Chaos Compression Waves & Sound Electricity & Magnetism Force & Motion Light & Optics Material Science Quantum Mechanics Space & the Universe Thermodynamics & Heat
10 Sep, 2014
KS3 Chemistry Resources/Websites
Interactive periodic table Interactive rock cycle animation Materials Meet the elements ...
18 Sep, 2014
KS3 Science Schemes of Work
Originally developed a few years ago..these resources could still be useful for teachers.. http://www.webucate.org/ourgallery/thumbnails.php?album=25
23 Sep, 2014
Resources for teaching and learning from Engage
Excellent resources for teaching and learning from the ASE (www.ase.org.uk ) on the Engage Website "ENGAGE is about equipping the next generation to participate in scientific issues to change how science is taught. Traditionally students gain an image of science as a body of content,...
05 Jan, 2015

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