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Sites we Like, October 2011

An extensive resource of illustrated articles and explanations of all things nano, with many useful extras for high-school students of nanoscience.
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www.trynano.org

An extensive resource of illustrated articles and explanations of all things nano, with many useful extras for high-school students of nanoscience.

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http://tinyurl.com/43f74zq

This page provides background information regarding the reasons for the Horn of Africa crisis, what is currently being done to alleviate the suffering, and what people around the world can do to help.

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Help students map and explore how the simple things they use everyday (e.g., the clothes they wear) originate from many sources and affect workers and the environment in other countries.

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www.bbc.co.uk cbbc meandmymovie An online filmmaking community where you can learn how to make your own films, watch films created for CBBC competitions, download sound effects, make a mashup, and rate the work of your filmmaking peers. From the Children’s

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Sites We Like: November 2010

www.trailtribes.org An excellent resource on the tribal groups located along the trails followed by explorers Lewis and Clark. http blog.tate.org.uk tate tales Students let their imaginations run wild when they select a painting from the Tate gallery’s collection. They can

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October 2011, What’s New

Avatron Software has released a space-maximizing app for the iPad and/ or iPhone that gives users an onthe- spot extension of their Mac or Windows PC.

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teachingjobsportal.com Teaching Jobs Portal is a resource outlining statistics and facts about each state’s need for educators.

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This interactive mapreveals state profileratings according to the2012 Digital LearningReport Card.

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This comprehensive Emancipation Proclamation lesson for students in grades 9-12 includes lesson plans, primary source documents, learning objectives, guiding questions, and links to sites for additional research.

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Couragion helps students identify career values and use them to evaluate a broad variety of STEM careers.