- A fun face morph tool with a difference
The OUs popular ‘Devolve Me’ fun face-morph tool is still evolving nicely.
By uploading a photo to Devolve Me you can take your image back to how you might have looked as an Australopuithecus afarensis (3.7 million years ago), a Homo habilis (2.2 million years ago), a Homo erectus (1.8 million years ago) or a Homo heidelbergensis (500,000 years ago).
- Careers help for students
- For A level physics resources
- Free Resources
- Free Resources from the Science Museum
The Science Museum has produced a new series of classroom resources to support KS3 and KS4 teaching about climate science.
- Free video resources from the BBC
Are you using Class Clips from the BBC?
One example is Lord Robert Winston on puberty.
You can select short video clips by subject and topic on a variety of areas and ideas for teaching.
Our field officer says that the Robert Winston two minute clip is great.
- GCSE Controlled Assessment tasks - namely B11: Imaging Messier Objects
This is something that was possible before, but has been formalised for the GCSE coursework. The advent of 3-colour imaging should give the task an added dimension.
- Hidden Science is a brand new mobile phone app
Hidden Science is a brand new mobile phone app found within the 'Do Some Good' app that you can download onto your i-phone, submit your burning science questions and have them answered directly by scientists.
- Ingenious Women by an HVAC Engineer
Chloe Richards has been awarded a place on a media project called “Ingenious Women”, a media project being run by the UKRC & funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering.
If you’d like to know more the project, visit the website:
- Inspirational Ideas for Extended Projects at GCE
If you are looking for ideas to inspire extended projects in science look no further than the New Scientist website.
It contains up-to-the minute articles on scientific research ranging from mapping the human brain to dinosaurs’ sleeping habits.
Also take a look at some inspirational images for your classroom at http://www.newscientist.com/gallery/best-pictures-2010/13