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The Getty Museum with its amazing collection of art and history has joined forces with the Khan Academy a not-for-profit online education site providing free education for anyone.
Students can make use of our extensive library of content, including interactive challenges, assessments, and videos from any computer with access to the web.
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning have collected 20 links to great museum or virtual field trip sites.
Learning about size and measuring dimensions is bound to be an entertaining learning experience if using this online activity. Students take their measurements then compare them to similar features of animals.
This collection of “Not-made-for-kids videos for kids. Watched & collected by Rion Nakaya with her 2 & 5 year olds” has many video links sorted into learning/interest areas – Science, Technology, Space, Animals, Food, DIY, Music, Art and Animation.
The first step of Guided Inquiry is to Open the topic area to the students with a wide range of experiences and information. They go on to Immerse themselves in this broad topic area then Explore and finally to Identify an aspect of personal interest.
This site has an large variety of interactive activities for many topic areas and could be used by the teacher on an interactive whiteboard or individually by students on personal devices. The activities would be very beneficial to students in the early stages of inquiry learning.
Select the subject area
Select the topic area
Select and explore the available activities
The new site ABC Splash is full of resources – video clips, audio clips and games – all aimed at assisting students in new curriculum focus areas.
The ABC and ESA have teamed up to bring primary and secondary students and teachers world-class Australian resources