Teaching and learning with technology in the classroom
..reviews of the best educational web sites with a new review added daily. There are searchable archives orgainzed by subject matter. A very good starting point for good educational material on the Internet
..."provides the highest quality, standards-based Internet content and professional development to K-12 teachers and students throughout the United States." You must complete a free registration to view the amazing range of materials.
..this site is a real treat, organized by subject area and fully searchable. There are extensive links on almost any topic a teacher could want.
... an excellent full-service search engine for educational resources found on the Internet including lesson plans, web sites and webquests. It is categorized by grade level and subject area. It includes an excellent set of resources for Modern Language and religion both areas that some other sites have trouble with.
...matrix of Internet sites categorized by subject, grade level, and type. Includes lesson plans, online tools, and web resources.
...in-depth listing of Internet sites categorized by subject area.
...good site with extensive links especially for educators but with a lot of annoying pop-up adds.
...virtual field trips you can take with your classes to the best educational sites on the Internet. The trips include science, arts, literature and social studies areas of interest.
adventures that explore the world of art, science and history.
...a worldwide search for the dominant trait.This project includes students from over the world. They complete surveys about what traits they have and then analyze the results o determine which traits are controlled by dominant genes and how often such dominant genes occur.
...online database of collaborative projects from around the world categorized by subject, grade level and project date.
...created by the Museum of Science in Boston. This site is an introduction to the life, art and science of Leonardo da Vinci.
...a collection of links to art museums and sites about artists presented by the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.
...interactive lessons, games, and utilities to use with your music theory students.
...online training in Sonar.
..."ultimate guide to the works of William Shakespeare."
...extensive collection of essays, powerpoints, and quizzes about grammar and the writing process.
...step-by-step guide to the five paragraph essay for 5th grade through early High School students.
...materials and resources to aid teachers in using literature in the classroom.
...videos of various Americans saying poems that they love.
...categorized listing of lessons for english teachers in everything from literature to journalism.
...health links from the National Health Museum.
...the official site for health information provided by the national government.
...sponsored by the Biology Project this site shows what various chemicals do to your health.
..."an amusement park of math activities". Designed for ages 13-100.
...extensive listing of math sites on the Internet categorized by subject area.
...interactive JAVA math demonstrations. It takes awhile to load but the demonstrations are very impressive. Includes Calculus, Trig, and vectors among others. Check this one out!
...collection of "gizmos"-interactive multimedia activities-explaining mathmatical concepts. Includes lesson plans for using the sites gizmos with your students both in the lab and in the classroom with a computer and projector.
...fun interactive site that offers calculus help to students. It also includes calculus music, Christmas carols, and the only math store on the Internet.
...french and spanish educational website with organized links to other sites on the Internet
...an in depth resource for teaching languages using the Internet.
...excellent set of resources including quizzes, courses and other Internet sites. The most comprehensive site I have seen for teaching and learning languages.
...curricular materials, Internet links and online picture books in both French and Spanish.
...web site for television program broadcast on PBS. Includes archives of all broadcasts to use for research and lesson plans using those archives as well as outside sources.
...lesson plan idea around using this ten-point summary on economic life offered by the Bishops in 1996.
...an extensive listing of sites for religious education on the Internet.
..."an online interactive resource for learning Biology"
...website to help high school students conduct environmental experiments-sponsored by Cornell University
... K-12 math and science teacher center with excellent links to math and science sites on the Internet, classroom activities and readings.
..."complete and interactive repository of cellular information" developed by students as a project in the Thinkquest program.
...wonderful, interactive genetics web site sponsored by the BBC
...Web-based Inquiry Science Environment is a free online science site designed to help 5th-12th grade students and teachers conect scientific theory to practice
...genetics site with an interesting interactive pea experiment
...computer animations and movies of the cell cycle.
...online resources dealing with the environment.
...study resources for Chemistry teams and AP Chemistry students.
...tutorial for students taking first year high school physics.
...a consortium of 11 science museums created this site with links to each museum and resources from each one. A "one stop shop" for excellent museum sites.
...Biology site dedicated to making biology fun.
...interactive earthquake, volcano, geologic dating, and global warming activities.
...access to historical documents, photographs, and films that are part of the American Memory Collection of the Library of Congress. This site includes lesson plans, message boards, and professional development opportunities.
..."searchable archive of politically significant audio materials"
...collection of online lessons with an incredible amount of interaction and depth of materials. Be sure to visit Voices of the Holocaust with its recordings of survivors experiences and try out the virtual voyage in Trading Spaces about the East India Trading Company.
...streaming videos from the National Gallery of Art's exhibition on ancient Egypt. Your students can go inside a tomb and pick up and examine objects from the exhibit.
..."text retrieval system containing over 1100 text articles from magazines, journals, newspapers, speeches, official calendars and other sources relating to various encounter themes."
Created by Sharon Woodbridge last updated July 28. 2003
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