A collection of useful links for students and teachers
|Site:||Wairarapa eLearning Community|
|Course:||Wairarapa eLearning Community|
|Date:||Saturday, 16 December 2017, 8:54 AM|
Table of contents
Popular Search Engines
www Search Engines
Useful sites for students
|BBC Schools - A number of subjects covered at many different levels.
||Ages 11-16; Ages 16+
|s-cool - UKs leading revision website - Free.
||GCSE; AS Level
Google Shakespeare - a new site specifically for the works of William Shakespeare and related resources. Users have access to the full texts of Shakespeare's 37 plays and can search for words or phrases. The site also has links to academic resources concerning the plays, online groups that focus on Shakespeare, and videos of stage productions of Shakespeare's plays.
Chemistry Learning Tools - Animated Tutorials and Models for Chemistry. Dozens of animated films and tutorials to explain Chemistry concepts.
Larry Green's Maths Applet Page - Contains dozens of interactive tutorials and discovery exercises for beginning, intermediate, and college algebra. From very simple adding and subtracting through to calculus and statistics
|StudyIT - a great website for Y11-13 NZ students in a number of subject areas.
||Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Maths, Human Biology, English
||NCEA resources for INTERNAL assessments
NZQA - Learner Login
|NCEA on the NZQA site - plenty of information and EXTERNAL assessment examples.
Have you seen:
Moodle.org : moodle.org website
links to useful places in moodle.org
search the forums : http://moodle.org/mod/forum/search.php?search=&id=5
eLearning BlogsEducational Origami - "This is about ICT and education. Thoughts & reflections on integrating ICT in the classroom and across the school." Andrew Churches from Kritin school keep an an eye on what is available for teaches to use in their eLearning - usually with a focus on things that are FREE.
The Moodleman Blog - "My name is Julian Ridden and here I will post the odd bits of Moodle news and Moodle related activities I come across".
Julian is amazing - a definite for Moodle enthusiasts.
Links used in WeLCom coursesWeLCom teachers are finding heaps of useful sites for their online courses. This database will allow teachers to share what they have found with others.
Anyone can add to this database - just fill in all the fields and we will end up with an incredible resource.