I suppose we should add a link to NCEA! Select "subjects" from the right hand side.
Assorted online tutorials for NCEA Chemistry - videos all freely available on Youtube - so go take a look! At this date there are over 40 - see HERE. And you might like to also subscribe to his channel. Please spread the word to your friends / teachers!
The Science Scribe by Lian Soh
LookHERE for a new site. As they say "Study like a ninja and learn Science using the ultimate tree of knowledge. Access notes, videos and resources that will help you learn each concept." Got to be worth a look!
Personalised one-on-one tutoring for NCEA, IB and CIE in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Palmerston North and Christchurch: HERE
And free online resources:HERE
Scipad resources and ordering.
BRAIN RESOURCES - HEY THey have to be worth a look! (Thanks titus)
Interactive Brain Map: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/learning-strategies/
Learn How You Learn: Your Ultimate Brain Map: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/learning-strategies/your-ultimate-brain-map/
10 Smart Study Tactics That Support How The Brain Actually Works: http://www.opencolleges.edu.au/informed/features/how-does-the-brain-learn-best-10-smart-studying-strategies/
Pass Biology - a free online Biology Textbook.
Nice to find another teacher out there helping students on a non-commercial site and encouraging resource sharing. Have a look here for some really nice Biology resources and some very useful YouTube links and much more! (We also like that he has a link to us here at No Brain Too Small!)
MAKE SCIENCE easy
Making the world Science literate! Science literacy skills as well as key ideas surrounding planning, analysing and evaluating practical work, and the graphing and key mathematical skills that are needed for Science.
Explain That Stuff
It’s written by a UK scientist to explain science and technology to young people. Well worth looking at with over 400 articles.
Studyit the website for NCEA students
Your one stop site for achieving in NCEA maths, science, and English.
Find what you need to know, contact subject teachers, and get encouragement from other students.
Congratulations to Rakesh Pandey and his articles in the NZ Herald and on TVNZ Breakfast this morning (13th November 2012). Rakesh runs NCEA Eagle/Big Picture Learning - an online interactive revision tool for NZ students. It's not free but it's very helpful.
Your online librarian can link you with the right resources to help you find the answers you need for your school work.
Study Skills Advice
Get expert advice on study skills and revision. A UK site but with very helpful information for students and parents.
TUTORING - See below for links to tutorly, the learning collaberative & pencilcase.
The learning collaborative (TLC) - Any subject, any level, anywhere...
Tailored adacemic support for NCEA (and more). Check out their website http://thelearningcollaborative.org.nz/
Pencilcase tutors deliver one-to-one tutoring for high school students in Auckland and Wellington. Tutors are highly trained and experienced. They cover both study skills, and course content. http://www.pencilcase.co.nz/
Index for GCSE Bitesize - the easy to use online revision service for GCSE school subjects including Art, Business Studies, Technology, English, Geography, History, ICT, French, Spanish, German, Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) , Religious Studies, Maths, Music, PE.
A UK site but helpful for students. GCSE is the UK equivalent of Year 11 in terms of age of students.
For help using your graphics calculator go to this site.