Ed. Sites A collection of "the best
educational links on the web", from Janice Berthiaume. She has chosen sites
of interest to both students and teachers.
CoachLab Probeware for Science, Math, and Technology Educators
This is the best way for students to learn. "CoachLab is a system
of products designed by educators that can help your students to learn during
hands on labs, experiments, or demonstrations in science, math, or technology-education."
It's designed to be easy for teachers and students to learn.
Color Theory for
Kids and Teachers This online lesson design
is created for you to learn about or review Color Theory. There are online interactive
sites, examples, puzzles, and games to help you learn.
Dr Labush's Links
to Learning Just what it says - Lots of helpful
links carefully and thoughtfully compiled by Dr. Labush.
Earth Science Project The Denver Earth Science
Project (DESP) is a K-12 earth science education curriculum development and teacher
training effort coordinated by the Colorado School of Mines. A series of
educational "modules" addressing a range of earth science topics has been developed.
Teacher training workshops on each module are offered throughout the nation. It
looks like a good program.
An electronic communication and resource center for professional
educators. It is a vehicle by which all educators can exchange views and experience,
questions and answers, broaden their collegial associations, discuss educational
issues and policy, and easily find resources related to professional education.
Lesson plans, search engine, practical info for educators,
how to integrate technology into the classroom, articles by education experts,
site reviews, and much more.
EduQuery - Educational Inquires
Web-based news, information and research for educators.
EduQuery... serves as the online site for John Rice, an Educational Technology
Consultant based in College Station, TX.
Library Curiculum Resources Education resources in
all subjects from the Northern Teritory Library and Information Service.
The ExplorerTM is a collection of educational resources (instructional
software, lab activities, lesson plans, student created materials ...) for K-12
mathematics and science education.
The Gateway to Educational MaterialsSM is a Consortium effort to provide
educators with quick and easy access to thousands of educational resources found
on various federal, state, university, non-profit, and commercial Internet sites.
Teachers, parents, administrators can search or browse The GatewaySM and find
thousands of high quality educational materials, including lesson plans, activities,
and projects from over 414 GEM Consortium member sites.
"This academic web site contains a wealth of carefully
selected, educational material, information and links to educational resources
sites on the internet. Their team of dedicated teachers and students have produced
a collection of the very best educational web sites for students, teachers and
parents, complete with informative description. It is the resource centre for
everyone with an interest in education and training."
K-12WORLD is a collection of quality links to educational
sites and resources.
Kids Education links for kids and parents on
Links 4 Kids
A 'Safe Haven' with Over 18,500 links to the best education
and fun for kids, parents, and teachers. Includes: Art, Computers,
Food, Freebies, Homework, Languages, Math, Soccer, Teacher Resources, Worksheets
to Learn Wide variety of resources for educators and
Mechanicals Something interesting
from Scotland. It's a shame we don't do more of this kind of stuff in the
U.S. A very good way to learn some technical and engineering and physics
basics. I have a copy of their book and like it very much. The
clever name comes from Shakespeare (See "A Midsummer Night's Dream - Act III scene
II"). I've been told that some child safe filters flag the word r___ as a possible
problem, so I have been a little hesitant about including it in this listing.
I've chosen the coward's way out, and listed the word as r___ . Does
anyone know if this is really true?
From their intro page: "At ScienceMaster,
each major science category has its own page, chock full of information, news,
links, pictures, products and services, with the best content from NASA, the USGS,
the EPA, NOAA & leading colleges & universities. ScienceMaster is the place to
learn about the universe, or space, find information on volcanos, and global warming,
explore plants, animals or DNA, and study physics or chemistry."
The Science Spot
A really, really nice site with all kinds of stuff for teachers and
students. I especially like the Junk Box wars stuff (at http://sciencespot.net/Pages/junkbox.html)
and the Super Slinger. But you should visit my page on fleas
and catapults if you go there.
The UK's biggest collection of educational resources: Free lessons;
SoWs and policies, Educational events in the UK; Buy on-line from our partners;
Search for suppliers and products; Find out about any UK school; Read daily
educational news; Find a new job.
by Sheridan Teaching and learning resources online
Teach the Children
Well A directory of nearly 800 links designed
for use by students in grades K-4. It includes science, language arts, arts, math,
social studies, and other topics.
activities, Projects and Free Worksheets, K-10 Teacher resources and ideas. Teachers,
parents and students using this educational site will find many unique online
interactive activities, projects, worksheets and many other resources to help
with the daily educational learning adventure.
- The Magazine of Design and Technology Education ties
Magazine is a non-profit publication for elementary, middle school, junior high,
and high school teachers who are interested in helping to prepare students to
live and work successfully in an increasingly complex technological society.
I found the articles very interesting and helpful. Really worth a visit.