EDinformatics Interactive Library -- Java Applets

The Interactive Library is about "real interactivity"! The database contains hundreds of activities that make use of sophisticated java, vrml and shockwave prgrams.

If you are unfamiliar with java or shockwave take a look at these sample programs.

-Teachers Create your own activity sheet to go with the programs and your students are set for a new experience.

-Students Use these programs to supplement your classroom activities, or use one of the more advanced applets as a starting point for your science project.

-Parents Use these programs to supplement your childs homework.

DATABASE OF PROGRAMS

Cells Alive, Pairing DNA bases, axon potential simulator, Virtual Frog Dissection, Human Gait Analysis...

Sketch--and view molecules, Chem Balancer, Acid - Base Titration, Thermodynamics, Pressure Chambers...
The chemistry applets selected here target a high school population. In addition, most of these applets contain instructions and student activities.

Lennard-Jones Molecular Dynamics, Peptide synthesis animation, chime molecular modeling tutorials...

JUST MOLECULES Applets of Molecules and Molecular Orbitals

PHYSICS

Mechanics, Levers, Pulleys, Inclined Planes, Pendulum, Light and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism...

Sun, moon and earth, Azimuth and Elevation, Earth Interior, Impact Crater, Atomic Emission, Planetary Detection...

..Pythagorean Theorem, Probability Theorem, Pascal'sTriangle, Integration Applet, Vectors, Virtual Abacus...

Fractal Coastlines, The Anthill and Molecular Motion, Forest Fires and Percolation, Mathematics and Molecules...

Exploring Graphs and Functions, Graphing Calculators, Roman Number Calculator, Learn about functions...

Learn Alphabets, Word Search Game, Bahasa Pages, Ancient Greek Applet...
Virtual Pool, Lunar Lander, Train Set, Carpet Golf, Snowflake Designer, Virtual Rubrik Cube...

K-12 K-12 Applets
CHILDRENS ACTIVITIES

Build a Sentence, Exact Change please, Base ten counter, Juniper Green (multiplication and division)...

See also: Explain it With Molecules using the Jmol Applet

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