domingo, 19 de mayo de 2019

Foodskey. The Science of Food

Foodskey is a series of short videos about the science of food by video journalist Ben Haran for the University of Nottingham. The films cover topics like nutrition, food security, and crop technology.

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sábado, 18 de mayo de 2019

After Maria/ Después de María

On 20 September 2017 the Hurricane Maria struck the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico. For one year, Dr Gemma Sou and Dr Felix Aponte-Gonzalez conducted ethnographic research on 16 low-income Puerto Rican families and on how they recovered from Maria. This research was turned into a 20-page graphic novella, free to download in English and in Spanish.



domingo, 12 de mayo de 2019

Creative Commons

Creative Commons is an American non-profit organization devoted to expanding the range of creative works available for others to build upon legally and to share. This organization has released several copyright licenses that allow creators to communicate which rights they reserve and which rights they waive.

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viernes, 3 de mayo de 2019

All freedoms start with press freedom #WorldPressFreedomDay


#breakfreefromplastic is a global movement envisioning a future free from plastic pollution.

Since its launch in September 2016, nearly 1,500 organizations from across the world have joined the movement to demand massive reductions in single-use plastics and to push for lasting solutions to the plastic pollution crisis.

It offers many resources focused on solutions to plastic pollution: news, podcast, reports…

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sábado, 27 de abril de 2019


This game is designed to test your knowledge about major cities and their geographical location. Players are given snippets of a Wikipedia article describing a location. Players guess the answer by placing a pin on a 3D globe.

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viernes, 26 de abril de 2019

Remembering Chernobyl

April 26 marks the 33rd anniversary of the 1986 radiation disaster at Chernobyl reactor Number 4 in Ukraine. 

The Chernobyl disaster is considered the most disastrous nuclear power plant accident in history, both in terms of costs and casualties. Large areas of Europe were affected by the accident At the end of 1986, the destroyed reactor was covered with a special “sarcophagus” to prevent the spread of radiation.

The following is a list with educational resources on the Chernobyl disaster:

domingo, 21 de abril de 2019

Darwin Online

Charles Robert Darwin was an English naturalist, geologist and biologist, best known for his contributions to he science of evoluction, a foundational concept in science.

Darwin online is the world's largest and most widely used resource on Darwin. It includes Darwin’s complete publications, Darwin’s private papers and manuscripts, works on Darwin and supplementary resources.


sábado, 20 de abril de 2019

World Book and Copyright Day

World Book and Copyright Day is an annual event the organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to promote reading, publishing, and copyright. 

World Book Day was first celebrated on 23 April 1995, and continues to be recognized on that day. In 1995 UNESCO decided that the World Book and Copyright Day would be celebrated on 23 April, as the date is also the anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare,Cervantes and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. 

In a historical coincidence, Shakespeare and Cervantes died on the same date (23 April 1616) but not on the same day, as at the time, Spain used the Gregorian calendar and England used the Julian calendar. 

23 April is also the date of birth or death of other prominent authors, such as Maurice Druon, Haldor K.Laxness, Vladimir Nabokov, Josep Pla and Manuel Mejía Vallejo. 



St George/ Sant Jordi:

domingo, 14 de abril de 2019


Youngzine is an online news magazine for children that educates, inspires and empowers them to grow into thoughtful and engaged global citizens.

Besides news stories, Youngzine provides a platform for children to have their creative writing published and a private classroom portal for teachers to create and manage classroom assignments.



Braingenie is an amazing site for the practice of Math and Science. 

You can learn, practice and quiz yourself on more than 5,000 skills, complete in real-time multiplayer matches, win badges and go for a top spot on the leaderboard.


sábado, 6 de abril de 2019


Written by Steve Campsall, an experienced English teacher, Englishbiz is an educational website that helps you improve your English and English Literature exam grades. 

The focus here is not on individual texts, but on the skills you need to write well and to be able to analyse texts and write effective essays.

viernes, 5 de abril de 2019

Get Revising

Get Revising was created to help students learn and involve actively in their own learning. 

It provides over 339,000 interactive classroom resources that can be shared. It is completely free to use for schools or individual students. You can filter results by level, subject, exam board, topic, type of resource, and date.


domingo, 31 de marzo de 2019


Developed by the American University Game Lab and the American University’s School of Communication, Factitious is a game for testing your skill at identifying fake news stories.

To play it you read articles and swipe right or left to indicate whether or not you think the article is a real news story.

There are different game levels to play based on reading levels.



sábado, 30 de marzo de 2019

Coeducando en clase de inglés

Continuando con el tema de la última entrada, el uso sexista del lenguaje, os presento hoy un recurso interesante para llevar este contenido a vuestra clase de inglés.

El blog Coeducando en secundaria en una reciente entrada nos proporciona una gran cantidad de matereriales ordenados por temas (estereotipos, masculinidades, corresponsabilidad, paz, violencia, discriminación, participación política, visibilidad, 8 de marzo, educación...) y disponibles en distintos formatos: video, texto (lecturas, fichas), audio, etc.

Una buena colección de enlaces a la hora de abordar esta cuestión. Os animo a visitarla.

sábado, 23 de marzo de 2019

Sexism and the English Language (@TheEconomist)

Sexist language is language which excludes one sex or the other, or which suggests that one sex is superior to the other. In this video The Economist's language expert Lane Greene explores some gender stereotypes used in everyday speech

viernes, 22 de marzo de 2019

World Water Day. Educational Resources

World Water Day is an annual UN observance day (always on 22 March) that highlights the importance of freshwater. The day is used to advocate for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.

A collection of stories on World Water Day
World Water Day on Teacher Planet (educational resources)
Some resources on Pinterest
Resources on World Water Day. Larry Ferlazzo
World Water Day on (games and activities)
World Water Day website

domingo, 17 de marzo de 2019

Interactive Map. Atlas of Our Changing Environment

Hosted by the United Nations Environment Program, this interactive map displays more than one hundred examples of environmental change around the world.

It also illustrates how humans have altered their surroundings and underscores the importance of developing measures that help provide understanding of the dynamics of environmental change.

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sábado, 16 de marzo de 2019

Learn Chemistry. Experimentation Hub by @RoySocChem

Learn Chemistry is an educational resources and teacher support publishing programme. Its activities support educators of Primary, Secondary and Higher Education students. They offer resources in various forms including downloadable documents, videos, audio content, interactives and simulations, and ebooks.

On its Experimentation Hub you can explore over four hundred exciting practical experiments that demonstrate chemical concepts and processes. Resources by type, age group, audience (teachers or students), context, and subject.

sábado, 9 de marzo de 2019


The Women@NASA website was created by the NASA Open Government team in order to celebrate women from across the agency who contribute to NASA’s mission in many ways.

This website includes a collection of videos and essays from women across the agency who contribute to NASA’s mission in many different ways. Their stories inspire girls everywhere to reach for the stars and explore the opportunities available to them through pursuing careers in science.

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