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The Virtual Study Tour
With this architectural virtual tour, you can visit the Knossos Labyrinth or the Palace of Ramses III.
A free instructional program for teachers to bring the world into their classrooms with in-depth news stories, as well as world and regional events designed exclusively for students.
Newsweek Education Program
A site designed to help teachers build bridges to real-world issues.
State information resource links to state homepages, symbols, flags, maps, constitutions, representatives, songs, birds, flowers, trees, etc.
TIME For Kids
Just like TIME magazine, the news in TIME For Kids is completely up-to-date and comes from TIME’s award-winning journalists and photographers around the world.
Map collections from 1544 to 1996, organized according to seven major categories.
Free geography resources including revision help, case studies, lesson plans, and worksheets.
United Nations CyberSchoolBus
Provides information on current global issues, and also offers lesson plans, teaching modules, classroom activities, and more.
In-depth destination guides to over 75 countries, online tourist offices, travel stories, and more.
Using personal letters and essays, Eyewitness History takes a look at major events in history from the perspectives of eyewitnesses.
National Archives: The Digital Classroom
This site gives teachers and students access to online historical documents.
Navigates through 3,000 years of world history.
The History Channel
The History Channel online includes study guides, speeches, “This Day in History” and lots more.
The History Of Today
Daily historical facts and events, famous birthdays, world history, and music history.
Great online history exhibits include World Wars, Lincoln, Kennedy, and more.
History/Social Studies Web Site For K-12 Teachers
The History/Social Studies Web Site For K-12 Teachers is a good resource for social studies on the Web.
City Population-the largest cities in the world
Site contains the principal cities, nations and agglomerations of the world, with tables and maps
Multicultural Teacher’s Corner—Multicultural Pavilion
Conceptualizations, goals, assumptions, activities, lessons, and tools of multicultural education.
Let’s Go Around The World
Let’s Go Around The World is a fun and very informative global exploration site.
Aztec History Mexico—The Aztecs Of Mexico
An excellent site for anything at all to do with the Aztec world: medicine, agriculture, religion, sacrifices, rulers, etc. Also link to an excellent paper on Cortex, containing five of his letters
Architecture Design Images History—3D Models And More
Architecture around the world and across history, in an online multimedia encyclopedia of world architecture, documenting 1,200 buildings and architects.
Literature And Language
InkSpot For Young Writers
Part of InkSpot, a larger resource for writers. With information specifically for young authors, the site includes a discussion forum, resource links, market information, advice from pros, and articles.
This comprehensive humanities resource site features lesson plans for literature and links to the best resource sites on the Web.
CLWG: Children’s Literature Web Guide
Internet resources related to books for children and young adults
The English Server
This site contains over 20,000 articles, as well as poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and much more.
The Internet Classics Archive
Students can read many classics from The Odyssey to Plato’s Apology, and they can find history on Tacitus and others.
This site houses language art links, a teacher resources sectionm and a vast collection of lesson plans.
Bartleby.com: Great Books Online
Bartleby.com publishes thousands of free online classics of literature, nonfiction, and reference.
National Council Of Teachers Of English Teaching Ideas
Links to teaching ideas selected from NCTE publication, or submitted directly by teachers.http://servl.ncte.org/teach
Internet Public Library Reading Room
This “room” contains bookshelves for browsing and searching for entertaining reading, along with links to sites providing other full texts.
The Acronym Finder is a large, searchable database containing about 155,000 acronyms, abbreviations, and definitions.
Music Education At DataDragon.com
Provides tutorials, guides, information on musical genres, history of music, instruments, and links to other related sites.
Your source for music education products. They carry a complete line of music software, printed music, instruments, and accessories.
Kenneth Taylor’s Drama In Education Site
Includes lesson plans (by age), links, books, and resources.
Helps teachers and students share and gain access to information, resources, and ideas that support that support the arts as a core subject area in the K-12 curriculum.
Creative Drama And Theatre Education Resource Site
Find resources on creative drama and theater education.
Shakespeare Plays Online
First Web Folio edition is currently compose of Shakespeare’s plays
How To Read A Painting
Using these techniques will enable your students to approach art with a critical eye, understanding both the principles of design and the elements of art atwork.
They have compiled a comprehensive index of every artist, represented at hundreds of museum sites, image archives, and other online resources.
Art Education And ArtEdventures
With this site, students can create art through hands-on activities and technique demos. Visitors can also study art, play art games, and get pointers on teaching art.
Visible Knowledge Program
VKP pairs art instructors with high school educators and their students to explore new ways of integrating contemporary art with core high school curricula.
Foreign Language & ESL
A site dedicated to ESL and EFL English teachers. It includes lessons, games, and songs.
ESL students and teachers can find quizzes, online exercises, lesson plans, a job center, ESL links, and more.
Dave’s ESL Café
An excellent site for ESL/EFL students and teachers from around the world.
EduHound Espanol features links to the best K-12 Spanish language resources on the web.
A resource for French students and teachers.
Espanole! Pagina Principal
The study, teaching, and appreciation of the Spanish language.
Provides a comprehensive, sequential K-12 health education curriculum that consists of almost 300 lesson guides that meet national Health Education Standards.
PE Central provides the latest information about instructionally appropriate physical education practices and programs
This portal site contains almanacs, dictionaries, encyclopedias, news, maps, and more.
From the Library of Congress, this site was designed especially with young people in mind, but there are great stories for people of all ages.
Information Please Kids’ Almanac
Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects, including sports, entertainment, geography, history, biography, education, and health.
A great online library and reference information portal. Find top dictionaries, encyclopedias, newspapers, maps, genealogy tools and much more.
New words, new worlds. Free online Roget’s Thesaurus of English words and phrases.
The popular show, Biography, on the web. It’s your opportunity to get even more personal with 15,000 biographies.
Includes the complete Britannica Encyclopedia, a searchable guide to the web’s best sites, articles from top magazines, editorials, news, and special features.
National Archives: The Digital Classroom
The National Archives Digital Classroom: primary sources, activities, and training for educators and students.
Everything for education K-12. EduHound features an up-to-date database of over 15,000 education related websites and resources.
Search the web in plain English. Ask Jeeves is a great place to find answers online.
Ask Jeeves! For Kids
The kids’ version of the popular answer site
Yahoo! For kids
National Association For Gifted Children
NAGC is an organization of parents, educators, other professors, and community leaders who unite to address the unique needs of children and youth.
Office Of Special Education Programs (OSEP)
OSEP is a component of the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS).
ERIC Clearinghouse of Disabilities and Gifted Education
EC provides information on the education of individuals with disabilities, as well as those who are gifted.
Technology Integration Projects
These detailed projects for grades 6-12 cover science, math, social studies, and language.
This site addresses the issue of technology in schools as used by teachers, administration, staff and students.
A great resource for information technology issues in higher learning.
International Society for Technology in Education
ISTE provides teacher bases help for K-12 teachers and administrators.
MATH and SCIENCE
Amazing Space Web-Based Activities
This site covers everything from space topics to the Hubble telescope.
The complete nature and wildlife resource featuring the Audubon Guides to plant and animals.
Alive with colorful cartoon characters, this interactive resource teaches about ecology, natural resources , the planet Earth and its care.
California Space & Science Center
Lesson Plan and to her resources for teachers, with emphasis on space exploration.
Introduction to Windows to the Universe
Designed for beginner, intermediate , and advanced levels , this site is a first rate trip through earth and space science by means of multimedia exhibits.
Thursday’s Classroom from NASA
NASA news and research related to the Hubble Constant and cosmology. The site provides a lasting connection between NASA’s latest research and the classroom.
National Geographic Education
National Geography’s Web site for teachers, with lesson plans and online activities.
For the weather savvy education, we offer lesson plans , teachers guides and more including additional online teaching resources.
Professor Freedman’s Math Help
Tutorials and information about basic math and algebra to ease college math woes.
International site with math resources, links, test and more for college and adult students.
Mathematics Archives WWW Server
This comprehensive source cover a wide range of different topics in mathematics, software and teaching materials.
Students can e-mail their math questions and be helped by tutors with extensive teaching experience.
A comprehensive Math search engine for middle school math and above.
This site offers different sections for students, teachers and parents. The teacher area has Lesson Plans, Classroom Resources, Career Information, Standards and Free Stuff.
Teach ALL Students the Multiplication Facts
Activities, games and worksheets to help teach the multiplication facts.
Flashcards for Kids!
Designed to allow people to practice math at various levels of difficulty.
A Dictionary of Measures, Units and Conversions
This provides a summary of most of the units of measurements to be found in use around the world today, with the appropriate conversion factors.
Includes the chemistry of biology and how the world of biology is studied, as well as cell structure and function.
High School Physics Resource
Resources for the students: tutorials, animations , project ideas, sample quizzes, etc.
Developed specifically for the high school chemistry teacher, to provide a place for finding relevant information of ruse in and out of the classroom.
Standards and Assessments
Conducts research on important topics related to K-12 educational testing.
Developing Educational Standards
An annotated list of sites K-12 educational standards.
All Clipart site
Offers animated GIFs, buttons, backgrounds, flags, icons and more.
Barry’s Clipart Server
A large collection of free clipart, buttons, backgrounds, etc.
Offers educators a complete range of professional development services: anytime, anywhere and in any delivery medium.
Search over 27,000 online and distance learning courses, degrees, training programs and colleges.
Highly Recommended for Graduate Students
Resources for graduate students: contains numerous higher education links, including career and occupational outlook, book list, research collections and library links.
Distance Education Clearinghouse
A source for national and international information. Get wise on legislation, technologies, programs and courses.
New York Times Learning Network
Free news and educational resources for teachers, their students and parents. Includes lesson plans, vocabulary and geography builders and more.
A service that allows K-12 teachers to exchange ideas, locate and review educational resources, and align the resources to relevant standards.
Lesson Plan Search
Lesson Plan Search Engine . Find great lesson plans, teacher resources, thematic units, seasonal/subject activities. Find that much-needed lesson plan there.
Search or browse thousands of preschool-12 lesson plans and resources in all subjects.
Teachers Network-by teacher for teachers
Lessons, curricula and activities for classroom and online learning.
Educator Resources from Computer Curriculum Corporation
Offers free educator resources and lots of good links for educators of all kinds
This site enables teachers to integrate games and thousands of assessment quizzes into their daily lesson plans.
Everything for early childhood education (preschool-Grade 2).
A to Z Kids Stuff Home Page
Resources for educators, childcare workers and others to use in a classroom, a childcare center, or at home. There are lesson plan themes and fun educational activities for preschool and school age children.
Earlychildhood.com-Lifelong learning Starts Here
A complete resource for early childhood educators brought to you by Discount School Supply.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
A popular source of news and job information for college and university educators, administration and staff.
ERIC Clearing house on Educational Management
A large database of all things relevant to educational management.
American Council on Education
This site provides news related to higher education
Education Week on the Web
Find the full text of Education Week and Teachers Magazine.
U.S. Department of Education
Provides links to programs ,policy, funding and much more.
Grants and Funding
E-Rate: The FCC’s Informal Educational Page
This site offers information on policy that affects educational technology.
SchoolGrants: Grants and Opportunities for K-12 Schools
Grant opportunities (federal, state , foundation ) for K-12 schools ,grant writing tips and resources, and links and news.
The well respected Peterson’s Guide online
College Board : Educational Excellence for All Students
Helps high school students make a successful transition to higher education. This site provides extensive information, services and products for students and parents, as well as for professional educators in both secondary and higher education.
School Psychology Resources Online
School psychology resources for parents and educators. Research learning disabilities ,behavior problems, psychological assessment, special education, mental health and more.
American Association of School Administrators
AASA, founded in 1865, is the professional organization for over 14,000 educational leader across North America and in many other countries.
National School Boards Association
Encourages and prepares local school board members to become catalysts for educational change and to become agents for systemic reform in public schools, so that all students will be prepared to meet the challenge of tomorrow.
National Education Association
NEA is America’s oldest and largest organization committed to advancing the cause of public education.
A nonprofit association of parents, educators , students and other citizens active in their schools communities.
One of the worlds largest gateways to museum related info.
Virtual Field Trips Site
These field trips (Web Tours) take students to some of the top Web Resources. Site included virtual field trips on volcanoes, hurricanes, deserts and salt marshes.
Programs like Australia quest and American quest take students all over the world.
NASA Quest brings NASA people and science to K-12 classrooms, via the Internet.
Postcards From America:50 State Travel Adventure
See all 50states through daily postcards sent t your e-mail box for free. This entertaining travel Web site includes beautiful photos , special postage stamps , sun facts , travel tips , and much more.
Its mission is to excite and change students in science and technology, and to motivate and provide professional development opportunities of their teachers using advance, interactive telecommunications.
ePals Classroom Exchange
An online classroom community that 1.9 million students and teachers from 28,747 classrooms around the world.
The Free worksheets on this site are for anyone to use. Teachers may make as many copies of them as necessary for their students.
RHL School-Free Worksheets
An enormous supply of free quality worksheets (by subject) for teaching ,reinforcement, and review.
The M-tech Worksheet Locator & Generator
A site where teachers or educators can create or find a worksheet online very quickly.