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Bangkok Patana School Science Department
Bangkok Patana School Science Department, Thailand
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Mr Turners Science Blog
This blog is intended primarily for pupils of KS3, GCSE and A Level who want to read around the science topics or find further information to help with homework.
The links are regularly updated with websites relevant to coursework topics, revision for exams or interesting and fun Science related websites.
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List of Science Education Social Networks
List of Science Education Social Networks
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Paul Doherty ,,, Science Experiments
Paul Doherty ,,, Science Experiments
Explore the world. Do experiments. Examine scientific images.
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John Ewarts Science and ICT website (uk)
John Ewart is Head of Department in IT in Milford Haven School in South West Wales. He designed this website primarily for teaching Science to less motivated KS4 pupils following a modular Science course. Later he developed the site to include lessons in ICT.
"I am a teacher at a Comprehensive school in Wales and I have been using this site (in one form or another) for a number of years now in my Science and Information Technology lessons. Because I use the site in my normal lessons, it is constantly changing: to meet new classes; changes in syllabus; or just to keep it interesting."
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Doc Browns Chemistry Website
"Doc Brown's Chemistry Clinic" is a free to use, non-commercial, 'nuts and bolts' revision web site for CHEMISTRY.
It is constantly evolving and expanding with a wide range of revision notes, quizzes and word-fills that were initially designed to support (1) KS3 chemistry, (2) any UK based KS4/GCSE/IGCSE syllabus containing any chemistry and (3) UK based GCE Advanced Level AS/A2 chemistry.
The site is written by Dr Phil Brown, ex Head of Chemistry, Whitby Community College, England who hopes it will help any student around the world and is affiliated to the UNESCO project "Ray of Hope".
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