Links for Teachers

 

Internet Projects:  www.cln.org/int_projects.html   For teachers who are looking to join or begin Internet-based classroom projects, this site offers a list of sites, including ones that encourage global student dialogue.

 

LM_NET Librarian Links http://ericir.syr.edu/lm_net/ll.html

 

Technology Resources

Access eMail Classroom Exchange
This site is designed to help you link your class up with keypals anywhere in the world. Exchange information or collaborate on an online project!
 

Education with New Technologies
Computers, the Internet, and other tools offer the promise of significant improvements in teaching and learning, but fulfilling that promise can be difficult.This is a networked community  designed to help educators develop powerful learning experiences for students through the effective integration of new technologies.
 
 

Webmonkey for Kids: Planning Guide
This is the Teacher's Guide for the Webmonkey for Kids website, which gives you tips for using the site as a teaching tool.  Webmonkey is a tool to help kids learn how to create their own website using HTML.  This site provides lesson plans and project ideas to help you get started.
 
 

Math and Science Resources

The Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project  Teachers' Lab
Experiment with new teaching and learning ideas and identify activities you can use in the classroom. This site features labs based on the professional development series and workshops broadcast on the Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project Channel. Each Lab combines online activities with background information and interactive polls or worksheets participants can use in their classrooms, plus links to related Web sites. New labs are added each season.

Learning Web
This portion of the US Geological Survey website is dedicated to K-12 education, exploration, and life-long learning. It is a treasure trove of resources in the Earth Sciences, including information and activities focusing on Global Change, and Working With Maps.

The Math Forum
One stop shopping for math teachers! Find news, lesson plans, and links to "the cream of the crop" of internet math resources.

 

Math Goodies
This site features interactive math lessons which use a problem-solving approach to actively engage students in the learning process. Also offers Homework Help, Chat Boards, Puzzles, Calculators, and much more!

 

Que tal? in the Current Skies
Don't miss out on any of this year's celestial events. Find out when and where to look for that comet, meteor shower, or eclipse. Amaze your students! (Click on the "HTML" button for information on the month of your choice).

 

Rain Forest Reporters
For that biome unit, here's an idea that integrates English, technology, and information skills (media center) with science. In this project, students work as magazine reporters to produce a print or multimedia magazine about rain forests (or another biome!). Student-reporters begin by looking at examples of science magazines for children, in order to learn about their different sections and types of writing, and then do the research necessary to create their own publication.

 

Smile Program Mathematics Index
This site provides links to more than 200 single concept lessons for math educators. Lesson plans are organized by category, rather than grade level. Categories include: Geometry and Measurement, Patterns and Logic, Probability and Statistics, Recreational and Creative Math, Arithmetic, Graphs and Visuals, Algebra, and Trigonometry.

 

Space Available
This site contains over fifty lessons plans for activities and projects on topics such as weather, human impacts on the environment, oceanography and more-- including the ever-popular instructions for how to create your own volcanic eruption! Satellite images which are linked to the site are used in many of the lessons.

 

Weather Watchers
This is an original lesson plan designed to help you turn your classroom into a fully-functional weather station for a week-- or as long as you want.  Includes procedures for teachers with lots of links to useful internet resources, and organizers for students.  All the planning has been done for you-- jump right in!

 

Art & Music Resources

K-12 Resources for Music Educators
This is a nicely organized collection of links for band, orchestra, vocal and classroom music teachers. Also includes a section of links to biographies and other information about composers and a small collection of Beatles links.

Academic Guide to the Internet - Academic Guide to the Internet is the Internet guide created especially for the higher education community. Its goal is to develop the primary Internet resource of and for the research and academic community.  The topical listings of the UniGuide Academic Guide to the Internet focus exclusively on the interests of the higher education research and education communities.

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence Web - hundreds of federal resources, including historical documents, science experiments and case studies.

Argus Clearinghouse (Guide to Internet Use written by teachers who search, evaluate, and organize resources.)

Busy Teachers' Web Site - The Busy Teachers' Web Site is a carefully annotated clearinghouse of materials for teachers who are new to the Internet. Its goals are:  to provide teachers with direct source materials, lesson plans / classroom activities with a minimum of site-to-site linking, and; to provide an enjoyable and rewarding experience for the teacher who is learning to use the Internet.

Librarians' Index to the Internet

This Day: calendar and almanac links

Ask ERIC Lesson Plans: including links to other sources of lesson plans

Education Links and Lesson Plans

Internet-Based Lesson Plans and Resources for Students - plan to browse, there are great sites here but they are not organized by subject area

 

The Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project  Teachers' Lab
Experiment with new teaching and learning ideas and identify activities you can use in the classroom. This site features labs based on the professional development series and workshops broadcast on the Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project Channel. Each Lab combines online activities with background information and interactive polls or worksheets participants can use in their classrooms, plus links to related Web sites. New labs are added each season.
 
 

 

Learning Web
This portion of the US Geological Survey website is dedicated to K-12 education, exploration, and life-long learning. It is a treasure trove of resources in the Earth Sciences, including information and activities focusing on Global Change, and Working With Maps.
 
 

 

The Math Forum
One stop shopping for math teachers! Find news, lesson plans, and links to "the cream of the crop" of internet math resources.
 

 

Math Goodies
This site features interactive math lessons which use a problem-solving approach to actively engage students in the learning process. Also offers Homework Help, Chat Boards, Puzzles, Calculators, and much more!
 

 

 

 

 

 

Que tal? in the Current Skies
Don't miss out on any of this year's celestial events. Find out when and where to look for that comet, meteor shower, or eclipse. Amaze your students! (Click on the "HTML" button for information on the month of your choice).
 
 

 

Rain Forest Reporters
For that biome unit, here's an idea that integrates English, technology, and information skills (media center) with science. In this project, students work as magazine reporters to produce a print or multimedia magazine about rain forests (or another biome!). Student-reporters begin by looking at examples of science magazines for children, in order to learn about their different sections and types of writing, and then do the research necessary to create their own publication.
 
 

 

 

 

Smile Program Mathematics Index
This site provides links to more than 200 single concept lessons for math educators. Lesson plans are organized by category, rather than grade level. Categories include: Geometry and Measurement, Patterns and Logic, Probability and Statistics, Recreational and Creative Math, Arithmetic, Graphs and Visuals, Algebra, and Trigonometry.
 
 

 

Space Available
This site contains over fifty lessons plans for activities and projects on topics such as weather, human impacts on the environment, oceanography and more-- including the ever-popular instructions for how to create your own volcanic eruption! Satellite images which are linked to the site are used in many of the lessons.
 
 

 

 

 

Weather Watchers
This is an original lesson plan designed to help you turn your classroom into a fully-functional weather station for a week-- or as long as you want.  Includes procedures for teachers with lots of links to useful internet resources, and organizers for students.  All the planning has been done for you-- jump right in!
 
 

 

 

 

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Art & Music Resources

 

 

 

K-12 Resources for Music Educators
This is a nicely organized collection of links for band, orchestra, vocal and classroom music teachers. Also includes a section of links to biographies and other information about composers and a small collection of Beatles links.
 
 

Academic Guide to the Internet - Academic Guide to the Internet is the Internet guide created especially for the higher education community. Its goal is to develop the primary Internet resource of and for the research and academic community.  The topical listings of the UniGuide Academic Guide to the Internet focus exclusively on the interests of the higher education research and education communities.

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence Web - hundreds of federal resources, including historical documents, science experiments and case studies.

 

Argus Clearinghouse (Guide to Internet Use written by teachers who search, evaluate, and organize resources.)

 

 

Busy Teachers' Web Site - The Busy Teachers' Web Site is a carefully annotated clearinghouse of materials for teachers who are new to the Internet. Its goals are:  to provide teachers with direct source materials, lesson plans / classroom activities with a minimum of site-to-site linking, and; to provide an enjoyable and rewarding experience for the teacher who is learning to use the Internet.

 

 

Librarians' Index to the Internet

 

 

 

 

This Day: calendar and almanac links

 

Lesson Plans - Links to all subject areas and levels

Ask ERIC Lesson Plans: including links to other sources of lesson plans

 

 

Education Links and Lesson Plans

Internet-Based Lesson Plans and Resources for Students - plan to browse, there are great sites here but they are not organized by subject area