Index of Teaching Resources
- Florida Information Resource Network - A Web site
offering pointers to many Internet sites of value to educators.
- Global Campus - Curriculum materials.
- U.S. Department of Education - The source of information
on federal programs and research.
Cyberspace Jump Station - a well annotated collection of excellent Internet resources.
- Institute for Learning Technologies (Columbia)
Excellent articles and many projects making good use of new technologies in schools.
- NASA - Educational Resources - School and
Community Networking Resources|NASA Internet Educational Resources|Educational
Organizations and Programs|University and College Resources|Resource Lists and Subject
Trees on Education|Museums and Expositions Online |Online Libraries|Collaborative
Technology Resources, Projects and Datasets|Search Pages and Resource Discovery Engines
- The Surfin' Librarian - CyberSchool Magazine
- TERC -
Educational Internet Resources - This list provides a thoroughly annotated list of
more than 74 interesting educational sites such as: The Tech Classics Archive --
Technology Review from MIT -- U.C. Berkeley Museum of Paleontology -- UIUC Learning
Resource Server -- University of Michigan, Dewey School of Education -- Vocal Point
Newspaper -- The Weather Unit -- The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction -- Women
- TENET - The Texas Educational Network provides
resources for teaching and learning as well a national listing of all (known) WWW School
- WEB 66 - The University of Minnesota is
beginning project Web66 to facilitate the introduction of this technology into K12
schools. The goals: help K12 educators learn how to set up their own Internet servers,
link K12 WWW servers, help K12 educators find and use K12 appropriate resources on the
- World-Wide Web Virtual Virtual
Library: Educational Technology
- Arts Education News and Information Network
- ArtsEdNet - ArtsEdNet, an online service
developed by the Getty Education Institute for the Arts, supports the needs of the K-12
arts education community. It focuses on helping arts educators, general classroom teachers
using the arts in their curriculum, museum educators, and university faculty involved in
- The Thinker - Of all the large national museums,
the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco have been the most generous in sharing their
collections. Instead of a few dozen pictures intended to lure you into their museum, this
site offers 60,000 images which are word searchable. A great site!
- WebMuseum - An extensive collection with
hundreds of excellent paintings along with quite interesting biographical and interpretive
- Creativity Resources - A
very solid list of Internet resources related to creativity and giftedness.
- Critical Thinking
Resources - A comprehensive and intense site offering a very thorough grounding in
various critical thinking skills and processes.
- Women and Talent - This Web
site offers many interesting resources to help explore giftedness with a special focus
- Cells Alive
- A math site for middle
- Math Forum
- Nine Planets Tour - A Multimedia Tour of the
Solar System by Bill Arnett. "The pages describe each of the planets and major moons
in our solar system in the light of that knowledge. Each page has text and images, some
have sounds and movies, most provide references to additional related information."
- Science and Math Resources - The Eisenhower National
Clearinghouse (ENC). Lesson plans, data and information for math and science teachers.
- UCI Science Education Program Office - Math
and science curriculum resources.
- Volcano World This NASA sponsored site
"delivers high quality remote sensing images, other data, and interactive experiments
that add depth, variety and currency to existing volcano information sources."
Special Education Resources
- Yahoo's Special Education
- LD Online: The Interactive Guide to Learning
Disabilities - LD OnLine offers information and ideas about learning disabilities for
parents, teachers, and children. Features include the ABCs of learning disabilities and
attention deficit disorder, a national calendar, audio clips from experts, artwork and
essays by children with learning differences, research findings, bullletin boards, a
resource guide, and in-depth information on dyslexia, ADD, and more. It's the official
site of the Coordinated Campaign for Learning Disabilities.
- The Science, Engineering, and
Math (SEM) Program. - The SEM Program strives to increase the number of individuals
with disabilities in SEM academic programs and professions. The Program consists of a wide
array of activities including student, family, and professional involvement as well as
research. Links to the specific aspects of the SEM Program, and related resource links,
can be found at this site. below. This Program is conducted at the Applied Science and
Engineering Laboratories (ASEL) of the University of Delaware and A. I. duPont Institute
of the Nemours Foundation, and funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
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