I find wonderful links all the time when I am researching the Internet for materials, inspiration, games or distractions (like cute animals).
There are online resource links on each subject page, so make sure to check those too. Here I will add newly found online resources that I have researched and categorised by subject or title.
This page will be added to as often as possible, and will also link to other pages on the website.
If you have any good online resource suggestions, please contact me at email@example.com Please take time to thoroughly research the AS or A Level subjects you intend to pursue. This website is intended to give you information, but each of you will have different educational journeys, and the exam boards change syllabuses and specifications often. Of course, if you need more support, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, quotes for temporary tutorial support, or customized distance learning schedules and support.
These websites are really useful for more than one subject, as well as for study and exam skills. Bookmark them and plan on returning often!
TED:Ideas worth spreading Access to a diverse range of talks and presentations, freely available, searchable by topic. Inspirational, thought-provoking, and worth a visit. Click herewww.ted.com/
EdX This website is a MOOC (mass open online course) platform, offering free courses on a variety of subjects. There are plenty of high school courses to complement what is being learnt, with most of the material aimed at AP (Advanced Placement) classes. Click here to look at what is availablewww.edx.org
FutureLearn Another MOOC website, aimed at university level courses but worth taking a look. I stumbled upon this site when I was looking for material to complement A Level Thinking Skills and found the Logical and Critical Thinking course from University of Auckland very helpful to give to my students. Have a look at www.futurelearn.com
Enotes Self-described as an educational resource for teachers and students, this site has plenty of information on literature, history, science, math and more. Well worth a visit. Some free stuff, but also a subscription site for the rest. www.enotes.com/
Study Notes (USA) Aimed at the US market of AP (Advanced Placement) high school classes, as well as SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) and ACT (American College Testing) study notes. This is a developing site, with free information. www.studynotes.org/
Spark Notes A great resource for literature summaries, analyses, and critiques, as well as giving useful help with other subjects and test prep. If you are studying one of the books on the Spark Notes list, use their resource as a guide. www.sparknotes.com/
Quia Learning whilst playing games is a fun way to keep students interested, or energised. There are several subjects to choose from on this website. This is a fun resource for students, but it works best if students are first directed by teachers. Free trial, but this is a subscription site. www.quia.com/web
Quizlet This site contains a vast number of flashcards, created by others, on various topics. It is best if teachers first browse the site to find the most suitable flashcards for a particular topic before sending students to the site. www.quizlet.com/
Memrise This site is a fun way to memorise content for a variety of subjects. One of my students used to challenge me to get a higher score than her. https://www.memrise.com/
Cliff Notes This is the original study guide resource, with notes written by teachers and professors. Apart from notes on literature, there are plenty of resources on other subjects. This is a very useful resource and reference website. www.cliffsnotes.com/and http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study-guides
Revision World This website is a helpful revision tool, offering a revision timetable that you can create for your own use, and giving revision notes for a number of subjects. The material is created by teachers for students tackling GCSEs and A Levels. http://revisionworld.co.uk/ How To Study As it is described, this how-to-study website covers a number of subjects, and is particularly useful for study skills. http://www.how-to-study.com/index.asp
WorldCat Library Resource The most comprehensive library resource. You can look up titles or subjects to find published materials. Then you can see if the materials are available at the local US library or as e-books, or downloadable pdfs. http://www.worldcat.org/
Internet 4 Classrooms A US-based site, this has plenty of resources for all grades, and for all subjects. This can be a great resource for short self learning exercises. http://www.internet4classrooms.com/
Teaching Resources at TES A teacher's site for teachers to help each other with a variety of resources. This can also be useful for students and is one of those sites that is bookmarked on my tech devices. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources
Future Learn Mass open online courses (MOOC) are produced by universities around the world, giving anyone with an internet connection access to amazing opportunities for learning. I have completed many free courses on Future Learn, and use some to complement teaching high school subjects. Look around on the website:https://www.futurelearn.com
NOTE: Websites need to be checked often to make sure they are still relevant and the links are still active. All websites were checked and updated: June, 2020.