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Homework Help

Internet Public Library
The Internet Public Library is an internet site that groups other websites by subject areas.

The Librarian's Internet Index
This is another site that groups websites by subject areas.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Don't know what a word means? Need a better word to use in your essay? Use the Merriam-Webster Dictionary to help you find the meaning of words or to find new words.

The Reference Desk
The reference desk is another website that collects reference websites to help you find the answers to any of your homework questions.

Research Paper Help
NoodleTools Search Stratgeies
   This site has on the left side information that you might be looking for then on the right side it tells you the best search engine or website to use to begin your search. This will help you to begin your research in a variety of ways instead of relying on Google for your searches.

Big6: An Information Problem-Solving Process This site serves as a model for describing the research process. Follow this model to help you write your research paper.

A-PlusMath When you utilize this useful site, you get interactive flashcards, games, a homework helper and help on advanced math problems.
AAAMath.com A GREAT SITE!!!
Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills; Interactive Practice on every page; An Explanation of the math topic on each page; Several Challenge Games on every page; Math Problems are randomly created.
AOL@School A complete online educational resource that brings the best of the Internet into the classroom.
   
Errors in English From Paul Brians, Professor of English, Washington State University
Information Please for Kids Student versions of 10 content area almanacs, with a dictionary, encyclopedia and homework center.
IPL.org Internet Public Library
KidInfo.com Help in finding information for school research projects or homework assignments.
Foreign Language Resource Learn-How-To-Speak.COM has assembled the finest self-instructional language courses featuring cutting-edge teaching methods developed by the world's finest applied linguists.
HomeWork Spot A good place for students to start homework that requires online resources--grouped by grade level and theme.
Math, Ask Dr. Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for math students and their teachers.
Place the State Test your geography by placing individual states on map of United States.  Records accuracy score, average error in miles and time.
Refdesk.com Undoubtedly, the best guide to references on the Web; it links to hundreds of general and specialized resources.
TCAP Practice At the top of the page, click on "TCAP Help."
Turnitin.com Recognized worldwide as the standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin.com helps educators and students take full advantage of the Internet's educational potential.
Visual Thesaurus Animated graphics are used to present the content of a thesaurus, where a search word is displayed as the center of an onscreen mobile with lines to each synonym word.
Wikipedia, the FREE Encyclopedia We are building an open-content encyclopedia in many languages. In the English version, started in January 2001, we are now working on 334166 articles. Learn how to edit pages, experiment in the sandbox, and visit our Community Portal to find out how you can participate in the development of Wikipedia.
WordCentral.com Word Central is the place on the Web where kids can learn how much fun words can be!

For Teachers 

FORMS:
Teacher Evaluations
in Tennessee
(Forms at Bottom of Page)
On April 23, l997 the State Board of Education approved a teacher evaluation process that became effective statewide July, 2000.  The Framework and forms may be accessed by downloading the file(s) in Microsoft Word 6.0 or downloading a .pdf file. Click Here or the link to the left to download individual files in Microsoft Word 6.0 or you may download the .pdf files.
BrainPop.com BrainPOP is the leading producer of educational animated movies for K-12. The company creates original animated movies to explain concepts in a voice and visual style that is accessible, educational and entertaining for both children and adults.
Character Education

This Web page is part of a professional development workshop on Patriotism and Character Education but you don't have to attend this workshop to make use of these resources.

CNN Student News News for students, resources for teachers
Crayola.com A great site with games, activities and information for teachers, parents and "Crayola kids".  The site features Color Corner, Card Creator, Activity Book and the Crayola Store.  Also included are rich hands-on learning experiences, linked with core curriculum standards. New lessons are added each week.
EduHound A prescreened database directory of more than 30,000 K-12 educational links. Teachers will find web sites, resources, lesson plans, libraries, etc.
Education World One of the best sites for K-12 information. Resources are grouped logically by content area:   curriculum, technology, professional development, research and includes links to more than 120,000 related sites.
Field Trips in Cyberspace Check out the wide assortment of virtual field trips available from Internet4Classrooms.
Field Trips Online The Field Trips Site has a range of field trips on nature topics: Rainforests, Endangered Species, Salt Marshes, Volcanoes, and more! Perfect for classroom use, we provide teacher's objectives and resources for each trip.
Internet for Classrooms Helping teachers use the Internet effectively.
Library of Congress Get it online... Word, Pictures, Sounds!  More than a library!  American Memory--US. History and Culture; Global Gateway--World Culture and Resources; America's Library--Log On, Play Around, Learn Something; THOMAS Legislative Information; Exhibitions & Online Galleries; Wise Guide--It's Fun to Know History.
MIT OpenCourseWare A first sampling of course materials from MIT's Faculty. We invite educators around the world to draw upon the materials for their own curricula, and we encourage all learners to use the materials for self-study.
Newsday Project In the Newsday Project, your students will write articles and post them for the whole world to see!  Then they will read and choose articles from other schools to download and include in their own newspaper!
PBS Teacher Source A growing inventory with more that 1,300 free lesson plans, teacher guides and online student activities.
Place the State Test your geography by placing individual states on map of United States.  Records accuracy score, average error in miles and time.
Plagiarism Checker
Turnitin.com
Recognized worldwide as the standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin.com helps educators and students take full advantage of the Internet's educational potential.
Professional Teacher.com A free online service for teachers wanting to acquire and maintain new skills.  Site provides detailed recertification and professional development information for teachers in all 50 states.
SREB and SEIR*TEC SREB and SEIR*TEC have developed these cards to assist educators in finding quality web sites.  Each card focuses on a specific subject area.
Syvum Technologies Online Educational Activities Math and Language Arts skills can be honed using the online games and activities on this site.  When a child completes a quiz or activity, an e-mail can be sent to a parent or teachers spreading the good news.
TCAP Practice At the top of the page, click on "TCAP Help."
TCAP/Terra Nova Informational Site Students in Grades 3-8 take the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) Achievement Test each spring. The Achievement Test is a timed, multiple choice assessment that measures skills in Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. Student results are reported to parents, teachers and administrators.
Teacher Connection from  the NY Times A New York Times website with daily lesson plans in every subject area for grades 6-12.  In addition, they have a lesson plan archive, a quote of the day, teacher resources, news summaries, a daily news quiz, word of the day, crossword puzzles, a science Q&A, letters to the editor, ask a reporter, and information on using the Times in the classroom.
Teachers' Help A web site designed to help teachers find learning resources.  Access more than 140 web sites and retrieve information by topic, grade level, and other criteria.  Lessons and instructional units available for free.
Teachers.Net This site is packed with professional resources, including curriculum materials in every content area, a bank of lesson plans that can be searched for particular topics and tools to create Web pages.
TeachersFirst A one-stop resource for K-12 educators. TeachersFirst gives teachers access to training, forums, professional contacts, humor, briefings and classroom ideas.
TeacherVision.com A great resource for teachers in a number of subject areas.  Site includes information in:  lesson planning center, teacher tools, classroom management and professional development. 
TeacherWeb.com Enhancing communications among teachers, students and parents.
Teachnet.com This site bills itself as providing "smart tools for busy teachers."  Lesson ideas are smartly organized by themes, and content areas, and a library of information on topics such as back-to-school planning, classroom management and year-end activities.
TN Department of Education On April 23, l997 the State Board of Education approved a teacher evaluation process that became effective statewide July, 2000.  The Framework and forms may be accessed by downloading the file(s) in Microsoft Word 6.0 or downloading a .pdf file. Click Here or the link to the left to download individual files in Microsoft Word 6.0 or you may download the .pdf files.
Tennessee in Pictures See digital pictures taken at various locations in the beautiful state of Tennessee.  You can even submit your own!
Turnitin.com Recognized worldwide as the standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin.com helps educators and students take full advantage of the Internet's educational potential.
U.S. Government Log on to the one-stop U.S. Government web site.  This site consolidates 20,000 government web sites--about 27 million web pages--into one.
USA Today & Education Complete USA Today site including excellent educational links and lesson plans.
Virtual Guidebook This site features over 2000 virtual reality panoramas. These amazing photographs show you exactly what it is like to be in that particular spot - you can look in any direction, as well as up and down, and zoom in and out. It's the next best thing to being there.
W3 Schools.com Full Web Building Tutorials - All Free; Full Web Building References; Try-It-Yourself Examples; Quizzes - Test Your Skills; Exam - Get Your Diploma
WeatherBug Woodland Middle has installed equipment that enables reporting of local weather conditions to the WeatherBug network from the tracking station located at our school. 

Woodland has also joined the WeatherBug Achieve program; an award-winning, interactive, learning program that integrates real-time local and national weather data and camera images into a range of classroom subjects.

To login to this free service, click the link to the left, click "Enter the Classroom," put in Brentwood’s zipcode, and follow the pull-down menus.  You will then have access to the “Exclusive Live Conditions” as reported from Woodland Middle School.
Weather Channel for Teachers Weather Lesson Plans
For the weather-savvy educator, we offer lesson plans, teachers' guides and more, including additional on-line teaching resources
Web Search Engine FAQ This article, from Searcher Magazine, gives you get the latest on traditional search engines and resources on where to go for ongoing updates. The article also lists great tips for specific search engines.
Wikipedia, the FREE Encyclopedia We are building an open-content encyclopedia in many languages. In the English version, started in January 2001, we are now working on 334166 articles. Learn how to edit pages, experiment in the sandbox, and visit our Community Portal to find out how you can participate in the development of Wikipedia.
World Fact Book by the CIA Country information that has been updated on a regular basis.  The online Fact Book is updated - generally weekly - throughout the year.

 

Health & Fitness 

Asthma and Schools Asthma and Schools consolidates information about asthma-related resources for school personnel working with grades K-12.  The simple, searchable database links to educational materials, medical information, websites, and other resources useful for anyone who works in a school serving children and youth.
Fitness You can read a Fitness Instructor FAQ, download you own Fitness Plan, read guest editorials, and surf great links.
FoodTrainer.net Provides practical, easy to follow, nutritional advice to suit different lifestyles.  Whether children to care for or athletic training schedules taking up most of their time--the goal of food training is to teach people how to improve their diet and energy levels within the confines of a busy schedule.
Internet for Classrooms Helping teachers use the Internet effectively.
KidsHealth.Org Offers sections for parents, kids, and professionals containing information about growth, food and fitness, etc.
 

 

History 

America's Library Brought to you by the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., the largest library in the world and the nation's library. Designed especially with young people in mind, but there are great stories for people of all ages. We hope children and their families will want to explore this site together.
American Memory Historical collections from the National Digital Library featuring images, articles and much more.  Includes a search function, "This Day in History," and a learning page. Presented by the Library of Congress.
CNN's All Politics CNN's AllPolitics will help students and educators alike keep abreast of politics, government and current events.
Field Trips in Cyberspace Check out the wide assortment of virtual field trips available from Internet4Classrooms.
History Net Numerous archived articles relating to World History, American History, Wars and more.  The site's emphasis is on Western and Military History
Internet for Classrooms Helping teachers use the Internet effectively.
Library of Congress Get it online... Word, Pictures, Sounds!  More than a library!  American Memory--US. History and Culture; Global Gateway--World Culture and Resources; America's Library--Log On, Play Around, Learn Something; THOMAS Legislative Information; Exhibitions & Online Galleries; Wise Guide--It's Fun to Know History.
National Archive Historic Films Google has digitized 103 historic films from the National Archives and made them available on the Web. The pilot project, which may be expanded, includes such gems as newsreels from World Wars I and II, video of the moon landing and Depression-era films about the national parks and public works projects.
National Archives & Records The National Archives and Records Administration Digital Classroom gives teachers and students access to online historical documents.  Also provided are numerous lesson plans and activities with which to incorporate the information into the class.
Place the State Test your geography by placing individual states on map of United States.  Records accuracy score, average error in miles and time.
Seven Wonders Seven Wonders of the ancient world
Tennessee in Pictures See digital pictures taken at various locations in the beautiful state of Tennessee.  You can even submit your own!
United Nations For the latest information about UN activities.
U.S. Government Log on to the one-stop U.S. Government web site.  This site consolidates 20,000 government web sites--about 27 million web pages--into one.
Veteran's Personal Accounts of War A collection of oral histories and documentary materials from American war veterans; including WW I, WW II, as well as Korean, Vietnam and Persian Gulf wars.
Virtual Guidebook This site features over 2000 virtual reality panoramas. These amazing photographs show you exactly what it is like to be in that particular spot - you can look in any direction, as well as up and down, and zoom in and out. It's the next best thing to being there.
Wikipedia, the FREE Encyclopedia We are building an open-content encyclopedia in many languages. In the English version, started in January 2001, we are now working on 334166 articles. Learn how to edit pages, experiment in the sandbox, and visit our Community Portal to find out how you can participate in the development of Wikipedia.
World Fact Book by the CIA Country information that has been updated on a regular basis.  The online Fact Book is updated - generally weekly - throughout the year.
World War I This site contains information on the people, places and events that comprised one of the worst calamities of modern history. 
Wright Brothers Check this site to find the latest information about events associated with the 100th Anniversary of the Wright Brothers' first powered flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, and the history of aviation and aerospace.
 

 

Language Arts 

ClassicsPage.com Over 900 pages of news, information, games and controversy about the life, literature, art and archaeology of the ancient world of Greece & Rome. Plus an award-winning bookshop!
E-Server This site contains over 26,000 articles and files ranging from poetry, fiction, nonfiction and much more.  You can browse the site's extensive collection of published writings and resources for students and faculty.
GlobalEnglish.com This site, from The Learning Company, provides non-native English speakers with convenient, affordable access to effective English language instruction.
Internet for Classrooms Helping teachers use the Internet effectively.
Plagiarism Checker
Turnitin.com
Recognized worldwide as the standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin.com helps educators and students take full advantage of the Internet's educational potential.
Scholastic Inc. A comprehensive learning destination for teachers and students.  This site focuses on providing literacy skills for the 21st century and includes the most frequently taught skills and topics.
Syvum Technologies Online Educational Activities Math and Language Arts skills can be honed using the online games and activities on this site.  When a child completes a quiz or activity, an e-mail can be sent to a parent or teachers spreading the good news.
Translations.com We do more than just FREE translations!
Turnitin.com Recognized worldwide as the standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin.com helps educators and students take full advantage of the Internet's educational potential.
Webster's Grammar This comprehensive site breaks down lessons into grammar, sentence and essay sections. Includes over 150 interactive quizzes.
Webster's Online A free, searchable on-line dictionary and thesaurus, word games, a word of the day, and many other English language and vocabulary reference tools and resources.
WriteSite Interactive Language Arts and Journalism page designed for middle schools. Students can discover what's behind the who, what, where, when and why as they take on the roles of journalists.
 

 

Mathematics 

A-PlusMath When you utilize this useful site, you get interactive flashcards, games, a homework helper and help on advanced math problems.
AAAMath.com A GREAT SITE!!!
Hundreds of pages of Basic Math Skills; Interactive Practice on every page; An Explanation of the math topic on each page; Several Challenge Games on every page; Math Problems are randomly created.
Ask Dr. Math Ask Dr. Math is a question and answer service for math students and their teachers.
FigureThis Challenges for Families are designed to encourage families to do mathematics with their 10-14 year old children.
FunBrain Batter up, play a little math baseball and test your math smarts at all levels with this mind exercising site.
Go Math At Go Math, students can e-mail their math questions and be helped by tutors with extensive teaching experience.
Internet for Classrooms Helping teachers use the Internet effectively.
Math's Files Game Show The Math Files Game Show makes mathematics fun and accessible.  Each game and "Concepts Printout" explores areas of mathematics and can be used in the classroom to introduce a new topic or after school for individual practice.
Mega-Mathematics Get hands-on exploration of all things math with this interactive site provided by the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
PBS Math PBS' Teacher Source Site.
Syvum Technologies Online Educational Activities Math and Language Arts skills can be honed using the online games and activities on this site.  When a child completes a quiz or activity, an e-mail can be sent to a parent or teachers spreading the good news.
 

 

Reference 

American School Directory A directory of Web sites representing every K-12 school in America.
America's Library Brought to you by the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., the largest library in the world and the nation's library. Designed especially with young people in mind, but there are great stories for people of all ages. We hope children and their families will want to explore this site together.
BrainPop.com BrainPOP is the leading producer of educational animated movies for K-12. The company creates original animated movies to explain concepts in a voice and visual style that is accessible, educational and entertaining for both children and adults.
Britannica Online access to the complete Encyclopedia Britannica.
Cameras Worldwide Links to online cameras situated across the globe offer unique opportunities to use the Web to see real places and events.
CIA World FactBook Detailed and comprehensive profiles of countries throughout the world.
Discovery Online Visitors will find discussion boards, breaking news, interactive games and several other features to enhance understanding of the content.
Education World Resources for teachers, students and parents.
eNature.Com From the National Audubon Society.  This site provides access to field guides for more than 4,800 species of plants and animals.
Encarta Online Microsoft's online reference collection.
Encyclopedia.Com Just use simple keyword searches or click on an encyclopedia volume to perform traditional encyclopedia searches with access to over 17,000 articles.
ESkeletons Now every classroom can have their own skeleton. View the bones of the human anatomy from different angles. Funded by the National Science Foundation.
Explorers' Club From the Environmental Protection Agency, this site contains information about how children can recycle and protect wildlife, why the environment needs protecting and interactive games.
Field Trips in Cyberspace Check out the wide assortment of virtual field trips available from Internet4Classrooms.
Field Trips Online The Field Trips Site has a range of field trips on nature topics: Rainforests, Endangered Species, Salt Marshes, Volcanoes, and more! Perfect for classroom use, we provide teacher's objectives and resources for each trip
Filamentality A cool fill-in-the-blank Web resource that guides you through making your own Web site containing hot lists, treasure hunts, samplers, etc.
GlobeExplorer GlobeXplorer, Inc. is the only instantaneous supplier of earth imagery to e-businesses over the Internet. Years of development and millions of dollars have been invested into warehousing the world's largest archive of images captured by aircraft and satellite.
Homeroom.com This service links educators, parents and students to educational tools that provide immediate assessment and tailored instruction, enhance students' abilities to meet high-stake state assessment standards and improve overall learning.
HowStuffWorks.com Shows the animated inner workings of machines ranging from automobile engines and computers to home appliances.
Information Please From the printed reference data base, offering millions of useful and interesting facts on a wide range of topics online.  Also includes a dictionary and encyclopedia
Information Please for Kids Student versions of 10 content area almanacs, with a dictionary, encyclopedia and homework center.
Internet for Classrooms Helping teachers use the Internet effectively.
StocksQuest The MyStocks page is the one-stop place where you can trade stocks with virtual money. The Global Stock Game (GSG) is the world's most realistic stock market simulation, where you can have fun and learn the stock market at no cost. Yes, it is 100% FREE.
Learning Channel View schedules and access links to various topics presented on The Learning Channel.
Library of Congress Get it online... Word, Pictures, Sounds!  More than a library!  American Memory--US. History and Culture; Global Gateway--World Culture and Resources; America's Library--Log On, Play Around, Learn Something; THOMAS Legislative Information; Exhibitions & Online Galleries; Wise Guide--It's Fun to Know History.
Lightspan.com Online learning resources and guides for students, teachers and parents.
Map Machine National Geographic's new 7th edition atlas.  This edition marks the end of National Geographic's three year, three million dollar effort to computerize all society maps.
MapQuest Get driving directions or view aerial satellite color photographs.
MIT OpenCourseWare A first sampling of course materials from MIT's Faculty. We invite educators around the world to draw upon the materials for their own curricula, and we encourage all learners to use the materials for self-study.
National Geographic National Geographic's site boasts interactive maps, tours and activities.  
Newton's Castle Students can learn about Earth's rotation, optical illusions, logic puzzles, color, and more at this interactive Web site dedicated to the discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton
NOAA GREAT Digital Images!  NOAA's primary mission and the ultimate goal of all its activities is to predict environmental changes on a wide range of time and space scales in order to protect life and property, and provide industry and government decision-makers with a reliable base of scientific information.
Place the State Test your geography by placing individual states on map of United States.  Records accuracy score, average error in miles and time.
Plagiarism Checker
Turnitin.com
Recognized worldwide as the standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin.com helps educators and students take full advantage of the Internet's educational potential.
Populations of Cities If you're looking for current population information for cities around the globe, this is the place for you.
Refdesk.com Undoubtedly, the best guide to references on the Web; it links to hundreds of general and specialized resources.
School City A new Web site that links students, teachers and parents in one easy place.
Seven Wonders Seven Wonders of the ancient world
TCAP Practice At the top of the page, click on "TCAP Help."
Tennessee Electronic Library You can search any collection (database) of journals and other materials.  Each collection has a name, a date range, and a description that should give you an idea which collection you might want to choose for your particular need.
Tennessee in Pictures See digital pictures taken at various locations in the beautiful state of Tennessee.  You can even submit your own!
Turnitin.com Recognized worldwide as the standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin.com helps educators and students take full advantage of the Internet's educational potential.
U.S. Government Log on to the one-stop U.S. Government web site.  This site consolidates 20,000 government web sites--about 27 million web pages--into one.
USA Today & Education Complete USA Today site including excellent educational links and lesson plans.
Virtual Guidebook This site features over 2000 virtual reality panoramas. These amazing photographs show you exactly what it is like to be in that particular spot - you can look in any direction, as well as up and down, and zoom in and out. It's the next best thing to being there.
Visual Thesaurus Animated graphics are used to present the content of a thesaurus, where a search word is displayed as the center of an onscreen mobile with lines to each synonym word.
WeatherBug Woodland Middle has installed equipment that enables reporting of local weather conditions to the WeatherBug network from the tracking station located at our school. 

Woodland has also joined the WeatherBug Achieve program; an award-winning, interactive, learning program that integrates real-time local and national weather data and camera images into a range of classroom subjects.

To login to this free service, click the link to the left, click "Enter the Classroom," put in Brentwood’s zipcode, and follow the pull-down menus.  You will then have access to the “Exclusive Live Conditions” as reported from Woodland Middle School.
Web Directory Information website which links together encyclopedias throughout the Internet.
Webster's Online A free, searchable on-line dictionary and thesaurus, word games, a word of the day, and many other English language and vocabulary reference tools and resources.
Wikipedia, the FREE Encyclopedia We are building an open-content encyclopedia in many languages. In the English version, started in January 2001, we are now working on 334166 articles. Learn how to edit pages, experiment in the sandbox, and visit our Community Portal to find out how you can participate in the development of Wikipedia.
World Fact Book by the CIA Country information that has been updated on a regular basis.  The online Fact Book is updated - generally weekly - throughout the year.
 

 

Science 

Arctic Theme Compiled by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to share information about life in the Arctic Circle.
Brookhaven National Laboratory Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider A virtual tour of its Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, which recently began operation.  Learn about construction techniques, and what is being studied as the ions fly around the RHIC "Racetrack."  More
importantly, introduce your students to cutting edge research.
Bugscope Participating classrooms have the opportunity to control an Environmental Scanning Electron Microscope to image insects at high magnification.
Discovery Online Visitors will find discussion boards, breaking news, interactive games and several other features to enhance understanding of the content.
Einstein Archives Einstein's life and work now accessible through these online archives.
eNature.Com From the National Audubon Society. This site provides access to field guides for more than 4,800 species of plants and animals.
ESkeletons Now every classroom can have their own skeleton. View the bones of the human anatomy from different angles. Funded by the National Science Foundation.
Explorers Club From the Environmental Protection Agency, this site contains information about how children can recycle and protect wildlife, why the environment needs protecting and interactive games.
Field Trips in Cyberspace Check out the wide assortment of virtual field trips available from Internet4Classrooms.
Field Trips Online The Field Trips Site has a range of field trips on nature topics: Rainforests, Endangered Species, Salt Marshes, Volcanoes, and more! Perfect for classroom use, we provide teacher's objectives and resources for each trip.
Internet for Classrooms Helping teachers use the Internet effectively.
MapQuest Get driving directions or view aerial satellite color photographs.
Marshall Space Flight Center Come in and explore space with one of NASA's premier field Centers designated as the Center of Excellence in Space Propulsion, located in Huntsville, Alabama.  MSFC is a world leader in access to space and the use of space for research and development to benefit humanity.
NASA "NASA is deeply committed to spreading the unique knowledge that flows from its aeronautics and space research...."
Newton's Castle Students can learn about Earth's rotation, optical illusions, logic puzzles, color, and more at this interactive Web site dedicated to the discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton
NOAA GREAT Digital Images!  NOAA's primary mission and the ultimate goal of all its activities is to predict environmental changes on a wide range of time and space scales in order to protect life and property, and provide industry and government decision-makers with a reliable base of scientific information.
PBS.org PBS TeacherSource materials are developed by trained and practicing educators.  Using PBS content in the classroom is easy since producers work with teachers to create standards-based curriculum materials, which are then aggregated at PBS TeacherSource.  TeacherSource also strives to use technology creatively to save you time and quickly connect you to relevant resources.
Puzzles of the Earth An interactive site that has lots of great information including lessons on plate tectonics, geographic features, the Earth's structure and much more.
San Diego Zoo Welcome to the World-Famous San Diego Zoo online! Although our Web site might not have all the sights, sounds and smells of the real thing, we hope your visit to these pages gives you a sense of what we're all about. We think you'll have just as much fun, and learn a lot, too!  Meet the Animals!
SciCentral A variety of science topics are covered in 50,000 sites and 120 specialties in the field of science and engineering.
Scientific American Frontiers For interactive science materials, teaching guides and program transcripts.
Seven Wonders Seven Wonders of the ancient world
Superconductivity 101 Explains the purpose, uses and future of superconductivity.  A wealth of information from research on high-speed trains and microchips to where to buy superconductivity demonstration kits.
Tennessee in Pictures See digital pictures taken at various locations in the beautiful state of Tennessee.  You can even submit your own!
Terra Server Microsoft's Terra Server is a great site that provides satellite images of just about anywhere on earth. From famous landmarks to your own hometown.
Virtual Guidebook This site features over 2000 virtual reality panoramas. These amazing photographs show you exactly what it is like to be in that particular spot - you can look in any direction, as well as up and down, and zoom in and out. It's the next best thing to being there.
WeatherBug Woodland Middle has installed equipment that enables reporting of local weather conditions to the WeatherBug network from the tracking station located at our school. 

Woodland has also joined the WeatherBug Achieve program; an award-winning, interactive, learning program that integrates real-time local and national weather data and camera images into a range of classroom subjects.

To login to this free service, click the link to the left, click "Enter the Classroom," put in Brentwood’s zipcode, and follow the pull-down menus.  You will then have access to the “Exclusive Live Conditions” as reported from Woodland Middle School.
Wright Brothers Check this site to find the latest information about events associated with the 100th Anniversary of the Wright Brothers' first powered flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, and the history of aviation and aerospace.
 

 

Technology

Computer History A pictorial timeline of the history of the computer.
Field Trips in Cyberspace Check out the wide assortment of virtual field trips available from Internet4Classrooms.
GetTECH.org GetTech helps students, teachers and parents plan for exciting careers in Technology, Engineering, Math and Science.
Internet for Classrooms Helping teachers use the Internet effectively.
THE Journal THE Journal is the most widely read education technology publication, serving the educators for over 30 years!
Luminous Landscape The web's most comprehensive site devoted to the art of landscape, nature and documentary photography using digital as well as traditional image processing techniques.  You will find on these pages instructive feature articles, product reviews, travel and technical discussions, inspiring portfolios, and a Discussion Forum. 
Movie Maker for Beginners A step-by-step guide to help you put together your first video movie.  First, you'll get advice on choosing the digital video camera that's right for you, shooting your first footage, and connecting your camera to your computer.  Then you're ready to turn your video into a polished movie using Windows Movie Maker 2.  Finally, you'll learn how to save your movie and share your creation with friends.
PC Photo Magazine Your guide to better digital photography!
PC World Magazine Technology advice you can trust; including product ratings.
Photo Landscapes.net Photos on this website are divided into the following categories:  landscapes, astronomy and animals.
Tennessee in Pictures See digital pictures taken at various locations in the beautiful state of Tennessee.  You can even submit your own!
United Streaming Woodland students use Woodland students' universal login and password to access this site. 

The extensive library of live-action media was designed specifically for use in the K-12 classroom. Programs align with national and state-level standards and include ancillary materials for teachers and students. The programs are meant to bring any core-curriculum subject alive in any educational environment.  Programs are provided from award-winning producers including United Learning, Weston Woods, TV Ontario, Environmental Media, Rainbow Educational Media, and others.

W3 Schools Online full web building tutorials
WeatherBug Woodland Middle has installed equipment that enables reporting of local weather conditions to the WeatherBug network from the tracking station located at our school. 

Woodland has also joined the WeatherBug Achieve program; an award-winning, interactive, learning program that integrates real-time local and national weather data and camera images into a range of classroom subjects.

To login to this free service, click the link to the left, click "Enter the Classroom," put in Brentwood’s zipcode, and follow the pull-down menus.  You will then have access to the “Exclusive Live Conditions” as reported from Woodland Middle School.
 


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