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Twitter Chat Recap: The Virtual High School to College Transition

"Twitter Chat Recap: The Virtual High School to College Transition" on Virtual Learning Connections http://www.connectionsacademy.com/blog/posts/2013-05-14/Twitter-Chat-Recap-The-Virtual-High-School-to-College-Transition.aspx

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Bring nature and culture from around the world to your students—and skip the costs. The Virtual Field Trips collection offers apps, videos, and Multi-Touch books from places like MoMA, the Smithsonian, the Met, the Palace of Versailles, the Grand Canyon, the U.S. National Archives, the Library of Congress, and the Royal Opera House. Whether you’re teaching the arts, history, or the sciences, these resources present opportunities for interactive activities in almost any lesson.

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These virtual labs train high school and college students in basic laboratory techniques. Using specific scientific lab processes already used in food science, students practice the methods used by lab technicians and researchers in a variety of careers.

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A Career Planning Exercise for High School Students

choosing a career by assessing interests and abilities

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High School Basketball - Offense DVD - Click picture for details

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Cellular respiration and fermentation Tags: teaching, secondary education, high school, science, biology.

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These virtual labs train high school and college students in basic laboratory techniques. Using specific scientific lab processes already used in food science, students practice the methods used by lab technicians and researchers in a variety of careers.

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Daily Warm-Ups: Economics, Level II - great help for daily warmups for high school economics teachers.

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6 Virtual Tours Of The Human Body For Free Interactive Anatomy Lessons

Interactive Anatomy Lessons with 6 virtual tours of the human body. Google Body had a couple of glitches but the eSkeletons site is a great resource for high school students learning about the human body or any other animal, for that matter.

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