Freezeray.com – clicky-clicky!
This is a great resource for KS3 teachers. Thanks to Joshua Jones for posting the link to the TES Boards.
There is finally a site that aims to produce resources for classes AND deliberately allows them to be saved and kept for use on the IWB. They even have a page to help you save Flash files – and templates to make your own Flash tasks on Flash MX 2004 +.You know what’s even better? The Flash animations are actually useful. Such as this one, which is a simple and clear graph plotter for middle school. They also have technology (mehanics) sims, investigation planners and a bank of hangman-style keyword activities. Rock on.
It is produced by Freezeray, in association with Great Barr School – a specialist Science college that looks like it might actually be into Science.
Stop reading – go look.
PS – for the quickest way to dowload and save, go the Firefox way.
Posted on February 17, 2008, in Free Resources, Simulations and tagged altruism, freezeray, science specialist schools that aren't just pretending, wow. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
This is a really handy post with lots of great links. Thanks for this!
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