Khan Academy is an organization on a mission. We're a not-for-profit with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education for anyone anywhere.
All of the site's resources are available to anyone. It doesn't matter if you are a student, teacher, home-schooler, principal, adult returning to the classroom after 20 years, or a friendly
alien just trying to get a leg up in earthly biology. Khan Academy's materials and resources are available to you completely free of charge.
We, Solar Action Alliance, are a group of environmentalists who want to spread the word about the most clean, reliable, and abundant source of renewable energy: the sun.
Our website, solaractionalliance.org, exists to educate our visitors and provide
them with opportunities to get involved with solar. This includes a petition, a blog full of informative articles, location-specific solar infographics, and much more!
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ludiCALL is composed of the word ludical (playful) and the acronym CALL (Computer Assisted Language Learning). This website provides foreign language learners, -
teachers and parents an opportunity to find a suitable product for
foreign language learning with digital applications.
The What If Learning website, developed in collaboration with the Transforming Lives Project, and the Sydney Anglican Education Commission, is designed for any Christian teacher who wants to teach Christianly, whatever the subject or age group. It is not a curriculum
but rather a pedagogical approach that roots the learning experience in Christian faith, hope, and love, offering both practical examples for the classroom and theoretical rationale.
The Kuyers Math Curriculum is a fresh approach to mathematics, designed to be both interesting and applicable to the world we live
in. It integrates a Christian approach, using mathematics to think about and better understand God, his creation, and our place and calling in the world.
The Elsa Cortina Project uses the biographical narrative of a Cuban refugee to encourage
students to adopt a countercultural critical stance toward the prevailing culture from a faith-based perspective.
Science and Religion Project
www.srsp.net - The Science and Religion in Schools Project is based in Oxford, England. Their attractive
website has some sample materials for both primary and secondary Schools.
www.stapleford-centre.org - The Stapleford Centre website has an online
bookshop with a lot of resources for primary and secondary level (including the Charis Project materials) and continuous professional development. There is also information on conferences and
courses, including distance-learning courses up to MA level in faith and education, and freely downloadable materials (click on www.stapleford-centre.org/free_resource.php for these).
Christian thinking resources from the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship in the UK
www.bethinking.org - This website is run by the Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship in the
UK in partnership with International Fellowship of Evaneglical Students (IFES), Christian Medical Fellowship (CMF), l'Abri and the Zecharias Trust. It aims to make available the best Christian
thinking and communication resources and includes sections on Apologetics, Culture and Worldview, Science and Christianity, History and Jesus, Truth and intolerance and many others. It is
recommended for anybody working with thinking young people and adults.
Godly Play Foundation
www.godlyplay.org - The Center for the Theology of Childhood has developed Godly
Play, a distinctive method of Christian education for children aged 2 to 12. This website gives a helpful introduction to the theory and practice of this Approach.