My friend Stev does the web site for the Ormsby County Education Association.
It contains many great educational links listed by subject including: Reading, Math, Science,
Social Studies, Special Education, PBS, Links, a Find page and more!
teachers.net The Teacher Website! Teacher chatboards, teacher chat rooms, lesson plans, and more!
Click here for the main chatboard.
The official Success For All root page.
Alt SFA Discussion
Bookmark the NEW URL. From:
Success for All: An Independent Look at Robert Slavin's SFA
This site has a lot of valuable information including: SFA Discussion,
Frequently Answered Questions, a Teacher Survey, and more!
Presented by Health and Science.com.
The Busy Educator's Guide To The
World Wide Web
By Marjan Glavac, Teacher, Author and Speaker.
Resources for educators links.
Teacher's Resource Page
Links To Educational Sites, Lesson Plans & Ideas for Using Computers in the K-8 Curriculum.
By David Leahy.
This site includes an education oriented search engine.
Talented (TAG) Resources Home Page
"Gifted Resources" contains links to resources, enrichment programs, talent searches, summer
programs, mailing lists, Odyssey of the Mind, and many others.
Guide for Educators
Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a categorized list of sites on the Internet found to be useful for enhancing curriculum and teacher professional growth. It is updated daily to keep up with the tremendous number of new World Wide Web sites.
From the Rainforest
This site has valuable resources for lesson plans on the rainforest. There are plenty of
graphics, photos, maps, and information about the rainforest. There is a section that offers
lesson plans and additional web sites.
Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies is a free educational web site featuring interactive math lessons.
National Center for Educational Statistics. Be sure to check out the
National Center for Education Statistics Students' Classroom.
This is an excellent resource for teachers that offers access to list servers and lesson plans,
assessment suggestions and teaching tips, opportunities for professional growth via video
and online communities, and information about conferences and available grants.
A site that allows you to create puzzles and games for your newsletters, flyers, handouts, or classroom assignments.
Students and teachers on line learning lab.Visit the lab to explore logic patterns, number
patterns, and word patterns. In queries about the attributes of things, you'll apply reasoning to
answer "what's next?" not with a number, but with a description. You'll focus on how to develop
"function sense" without simply asking for the next number in the pattern. Through visual and
written forms of expressions, you'll connect language and mathematics to develop skills for
thinking clearly, strategically, critically, and creatively.
This site is a great resource with various links. The mainlink, mainfunction, has several options
for teachers that allow students to participate in a computer or internet related topic and write
their own opinions. This site offers various ways to incorporate it into your weekly lesson plans!
The Virtual Field Trips
Field trips offer excitement, adventure, and learning about the world. Now you can avoid those long, bumpy bus rides and cold lunches. The Virtual Field Trips Web site is devoted to providing on-line field trips that take you to places that until now you could only dream about, and teach you things you might not otherwise learn.
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