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Website Awards

the 4Teachers webzine had this to say:

"Our readers are in for a treat with Christine and Michael Fenton's science Web site, the Nexus Research Group. The site is based on an in-school research lab ... In their "training room" you will find science experiments and demonstrations galore.

This is an interactive site that is in progress so you will want to make repeat visits to look at their new materials. In the training room choose from biology, chemistry, and physics experiments. Learn how to build an atom, or make your own single lense microscope. Make a fossil. Isolate your own DNA. Or have some fun on the lighter side of science by making your own invisible ink! Discover what a googolplex is, or make electricity with lemon juice.

This is a site that your students will want to return to time and again."

"The Links2Go Key Resource award is both exclusive and objective, based on an analysis of millions of web pages. Links2Go is the result of over a decade of research into Machine Learning and Intelligent Agent technology.

Once a month, we sample millions of pages from the World Wide Web and analyze those pages to discover relationships between tens of millions of links and thousands of cross-referenced topics. "

July 2000 and Bill Darling said:

"A very nice site, excellent design, clever original graphics, and your content is informative, entertaining, presented well and easy to access. A worthy enterprise and a positive contribution to the Web"

My ParenTime - a family community that aims to inform, educate, & entertain! Numerous resources, informative articles, hints, tips, checklists & more! We have topics to interest everyone!"

The National Science Teachers Association has a service called sciLINKS, an endeavor by NSTA to connect textbooks to useful online content. Many teachers are taking advantage of the Internet to show their students materials that enhance or extend the content covered in the curriculum.

A direct connection from a concept on the textbook page to materials exploring that concept in cyberspace leads readers to the kinds of materials our professional educators believe work best in the classroom.

Web pages are selected by our team of teachers who review them using a stringent set of criteria that ensure selected materials have accurate content and effective pedagogy.

 

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