The following links to teaching and learning resource websites shall give you a first overview about what you can find on the Internet. A more comprehensive list will be available on the Samoa SchoolNet Portal website later on with regular updates.
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PRIDE Resource Centre - A unique collection containing education policy, planning and development material from the 15 Pacific countries of the Pride-Project.
A very comprehensive encyclopedia-style website with information about virtually everything. Type in key words and start your search.
Wikipedia is an open source project. All information is put in by users worldwide.
BBC, London, offers text, images and multimedia resources covering many topics. Suitable mostly for English, Science and Social Science.
The Le@rning Federation (TLF) is an exciting and innovative project that employs emerging technologies to produce world-class online curriculum content to encourage student learning and support teachers in Australian and New Zealand schools. TLF is an initiative of the state, territory and federal governments of Australia and New Zealand. Content covers mainly Science, Math and English.Most objects need special licences and will not be availiable to you. Try the objects in the Teacher's Favorites Section though.
The ThinkQuest Library provides innovative learning resources for students of all ages on a wide range of educational topics. Featuring over 6,000 websites, the library is created by students from around the world as part of the competition.
Oswego City School District (NY, USA) Regents Exam Preparation Center
topics are: Math A | Math B | Global History | U.S. History | Earth Science | Living Environment | Chemistry Physics | English Exam Outline | Study Strategies | Reference Library | Old Regents Exams
A comprehensive resource library for English as a Second Language
Audio Stories. try out especially:
Most of us like animals. We own pets, visit zoos, and see creatures in the world around us. We may know a lot about them, but not realize the wisdom they can share with us. Here, you will find eleven stories in which different animals help us learn about ourselves and the things that are important to us. See what they have to say to you.
These digital legends are based on traditional stories from the Pacific. They have been selected and retold, in English and Pasifika languages, by New Zealand students
Math is the language of symbols. The way we work with numbers tells us a lot about their relationships, patterns, and the ways they change. Math helps us describe both similarities and differences and also helps us think and solve practical problems.
In this section, you will find some fun ways to learn about math. You can start out with Estimation of Length, Place Value and Weight and Capacity. If you want something more challenging, take a look at Line Symmetry, Patterns and Tangrams.
Nice quizzes on this site
Brought to by The Association for Science Education, the schoolscience site is packed with free on-line resources, showing the applications of the science you learn at school
Welcome to the Molecular Expressions website featuring our acclaimed photo galleries that explore the fascinating world of optical microscopy. We are going where no microscope has gone before by offering one of the Web's largest collections of color photographs taken through an optical microscope (commonly referred to as "photo-micro-graphs"). Visit our Photo Gallery for an introductory selection of images covering just about everything from beer and ice cream to integrated circuits and ceramic superconductors.
The Virtual Courseware Project produces interactive, online simulations for the life science laboratory or for earth science field studies. The activities are designed to enhance an existing curriculum and include online assessments. They can be used by students ranging from middle school, high school, or college classrooms.
The best site on earthquakes – containing a recent earthquakes map
NASA provides resources for kids, students and educators. Explore the solar system and the planet you live on