PhET is a free useful resource that I’ve been recommending for a few years. It now presents greater than 100 math, physics, chemistry, and biology simulations that you need to use in your classroom free of charge. About two years in the past PhET started creating new simulation and modifying current ones so as to add accessibility options. Last week PhET launched the most recent simulation to incorporate accessibility options. Now there are actually 46 PhET simulations that include accessibility features.
Quadrilaterals is the latest PhET simulation. With this simulation college students can transfer the perimeters of quadrilaterals to see how that results the form. The simulation can be utilized in classes about classifying quadrilaterals.
Like virtually all PhET simulations this new one can be utilized on-line and offline. You can share it in Google Classroom or in your favourite LMS. The simulation could be embedded into an online web page as I’ve finished beneath.