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High School

Updated 6-22-17

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Art  Museums

  1. Google Art Project--visit worldwide museums
  2. Museum of Modern Art
  3. National Gallery of Art—for kids
  4. Sistine Chapel

Astronomy

  1. Crash course: Astronomy

Biology

  1. Biology videos--explainers
  2. Cells Alive!
  3. Crash Course: Biology (videos)
  4. Interactive Biology videos

Chemistry

Civics

Coding

Digital Storytelling

  1. Adobe Spark Video
  2. Draw a Stickman–draw the main character of your story; the site turns it into a choose-your-own-adventure story, asking you to add detail.
  3. Sutori–use a variety of multimedia
  4. Sway
  5. VoiceThread

Drawing

Drivers Ed

Economics

Engineering

English

Feedback

  1. Backchannel—Today’s Meet
  2. Backchannel–Socrative

Financial Literacy

Forensics Science

Geography

History

Image Editing

Literature

Logical Thinking

  1. 60-second Adventures in Thought–Open University
  2. How to critically think–Polya shows how he does it (1 hour video–famous)–good for MS
  3. Thinking Skills–Riddles

Maps

Math

Miscellaneous

Music

Photoshop

Physical Education

Physics

Problem Solving

  1. Choose your own adventure--great list from Larry Ferlazzo
  2. CSI Online Adventure
  3. Gizmos–simulations of lots of events
  4. Quandary–an ethics problem solving game from MIT

Research

Science

Social Studies

See history

Space

  1. DIY Sun Science
  2. GoSkyWatchP–Easily and quickly identify and locate stars, planets, constellations and more by simply pointing to the sky
  3. JFK Challenge — takes kids to the Apollo 11
  4. Stephen Hawkings Snapshots of the Universe–experiments in space

Spanish

  1. Spanish resources

World History

  1. Digital Breakouts–review or assessment in a gamelike format; includes mostly history, but other topics; high school

Writing

  1. NoRedInk

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