Apple Learning Interchange - Assortment of lesson plans covering a variety of curricular areas from Apple computer, including technology advice, material for parents, and examples of successful teaching practices.
Beverly Lucey: Language Wrangler - Offers Beverly Lucey's articles regarding education, marriage, society, consumers, politics, media, and language. Includes fun as well as serious work.
The BiblioCat Webpage - Database of educational links especially for teachers, parents, librarians, and library/media specialist sorted in categories including authors' sites, company sites, subject areas, and school sites. Features a weekly newsletter.
Classroom Connect - A useful guide for incorporating the Web into your class. Provides special ideas for utilizing the Internet in various core subjects such as math, science, and social studies. Published 9 times each year by Academic Innovations.
Cotton's Journey - Offers curriculum, literature resources, links to cotton and educational associations stressing the value of this crop.
The Critical Thinking Community - Offerign a forum and resources regarding Socratic questioning, higher order thinking, as well as critical thinking. Organizes conferences and publishes books and academic materials designed for teachers.
CyberBee - Offers methods for integrating technology into the class in a variety of subjects including math, science, social studies, and language arts. Features curriculum concepts, Internet treasure hunts, research tools, as well as technology links.
Educational Resources for K - 12 - K - 12 cenetered Internet materials from selected U. S. and Texas government agencies including select organizations, interest groups, and Universities sorted into 19 subject areas.
eduref.org - Collection of links to a variety of subjects.
4Empowerment - Provides materials and services for teachers of grades 6-12 as well as their students featuring curricula, project ideas, and collaborative opportunities related to science, language arts, and community service.
Farah's Educational Links - Offers links to general materials and content like the U.S. Department of Education, special education, and bilingual education including links to select teachers' lesson plans and research web sites.
Frazier's Fifth Grade - Though this is an elementary web site, many resources for every grade level are featured: language arts sites for educators, a virtual field trip through corn fields, links to WebQuest and biomes, as well as Holocaust links.
Global Schoolnet - Provides links to schools, projects, professional development, teacher tools, worksheets, and lesson plans.
Handwriting Help for Kids - Outline of skills needed for handwriting acquisition, teacher suggestions, worksheets, and tutoring service.
Homework Online - Educators are asked to submit their homework assignments online for student/parent access and organize online forums for students.
In the Mix PBS Series for Educators - Provides transcripts, discussion guides, and other materials to assist educators in incorporating "In the Mix," a PBS series especially for teens, into the class.
In2Edu - Collection of downloadable resources, lesson plans, free stuff, teaching suggestions, themes, units, and software.
K-12 Teaching Resources from UD Graduate College of Marine Studies - The UD Graduate College of Marine Studies and the Sea Grant College Program provide various free or low-cost materials to K–12 teachers interested in marine science information. Sea Grant also sponsors professional development classes in collaboration with the state Department of Education, National Science Foundation, and select partners.
Metro Educational Cooperative Services Unit - Offers educational experiences for governmental and not-for-profit associations in Minnesota. Features composite calendar for every member, special academic challenges for students, as well as workshops for administrators.
Mythology's Mything Links: Teachers' Reference K-12 - This illustrated page emphasizes materials for education in myth, folklore, and the arts, but it also provides general resources. All links are annotated by Kathleen Jenks, Ph.D., a professor of mythology from a small graduate institute.
Strategies for Empowering Kids - Exercises to challenge students' minds, strengthen their sense of well-being, and ignite their hearts with a dedication to values and beliefs vital to becoming and acting as complete individuals.
TeacherOffice - Offers teachers a free desktop, professional web-page, e-mail, television updates, academic search engine, news and materials.
TeachersFirst - Provides class resources and lesson plans especially for K-12. Resources are examined by teachers and organized by subject area and grade level. Features professional resources and suggested research sites.
Teaching Is a Work of Heart - Offers thematic units, suggestions for holidays, humor for teachers, interactive links, free worksheets, lessons, and poems.
Teaching K-8 - Provides a newsletter with associated discussion lists, exercises, links, and archives.
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