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    Learner Online -- Educational Technology Strategies - A variety of research activities and demonstration projects that examine and illustrate the effective use of educational technology for learning at a distance and in traditional classroom situations.

    Tammy's Technology Tips for Teachers - Nuts & bolts organizational tips for incorporating technology into the classroom including instructions,tools, projects, resources, and links.

    Classroom Connect: Classroom Today - Internet activities for students. A different curriculum topic each week with activities, questions, and explorations. Topics chosen from science and social studies with connections to other curriculum areas. Free trial subscription.

    Millennium Challenge - World Bank's tri-lingual sustainable development program in social, economic, and environmental domains which includes lessons, activities, and resources for teachers and research.

    The WebQuest Page - Ready-made web search activities and training materials to make your own.

    PC Teach It - Free newsletter and links and subscription-based lesson plans, projects, templates and resources for integrating technology into the K-6 classroom or home school that complement PC Teach It magazine.

    Integrating Technology in the Classroom - Slide show with links, examples, and tips to integrate technology in elementary classes.

    Sun Associates: Instructional Technology Integration - Resources and links for K-12 educators to integrate, plan, and evaluate instructional technology.

    Learn How to Surf Safely on the Internet - A lesson plan for second and third graders teaching how to surf the Internet properly and safely.

    Integrating the Internet - Technology projects, resources, and links. Web authoring tutorials, templates, resources, and links.

    Teaching with Electronic Technology - A variety of resources for computing and related forms of electronic technology in teaching including conferences, publications, discussions, instructional resources, projects, and links.

    Lessons Using Technology - College course project lessons using technology with theme index and related software resources.

    Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - A categorized list of curriculum and teacher professional growth sites.

    Multimedia Applications on a Shoe-String Budget - Objectives-based and standards-referenced multimedia lesson plans with reinforcement activities and rubrics. Templates, tools, resources, and links included.

    Grazing the Net: Raising a Generation of Free Range Students - The theme of this article is the value of raising young people to think, explore and make meaning for themselves.

    Tech-Bytes : Coalescence of Classrooms and Technology - Commentary, ideas, lesson plans and links to help integrate technology into the classroom curriculum. Geared towards people who are fairly new to computers and computer terminology.

    www4teachers - Over a thousand new resources, indexed and organized to help you find exactly what you need. Information about how to faciliate projects, create lessons and build web pages.

    Lightspan: Collaborative Projects - Online service offers the ability for teachers to do collaborative projects. Join one in progress or start your own.

    Kid Pix - Training, tips, templates and links for multimedia authoring and presentation program.

    Education Aids - Software designed to help anyone learn anything, preschool to adult. Guaranteed results include improved grades, sharpened memory skills, and reduced homework time.

    Mr. E's Math Activities - Exercises and links for algebra and general math, including use of graphing calculators, spreadsheets, and graphing software.

    Eastview High School's Multimedia Program - Syllabus, materials, rubrics, and student projects created in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, 3D Studio Max and web pages.

    Flash: Eastview High School Live News Magazine - Has syllabus, templates, assessments, archived shows, and links.

    Computer Training and Tutorials - Online tutorials in numerous technology areas, award maker, downloads, and a wide variety of links of special interest to teachers.

    Virtual Chase:Evaluating the Quality of Information on the Internet - Checklists, instructions, tools and links to legal and factual research on the internet.

    Michigan Education Portal for Interactive Content - Has primary values story explorations with teacher notes, activities, assessments, and an interesting cross-curricular standards reference. Other components such as history of lumbering in Michigan are in progress.

    Xcursion Central - Teacher-developed internet field trips organized by subject and grade level. Includes editing option, links, resources, and guide for submissions.

    Amazing Trees - On-line collaborative project where groups of students in grades 3-8 research and investigate trees in their local environment.

    Including Technology: How You Can Get Started Now - Article describes various methods of including technology in the classroom. Includes links to search engines, lesson plans, and educational resources.

    New Tools for Teaching by J.J.O'Donnell - A hypertext introduction to internet novices including email with students, email lists, libraries, newsgroups, and help.

    Chicago Public Schools Intranet - Brief narrative introduction with some hypertext links to learn what the internet is, why/how to use it in the classroom, and how to build a web page.

    C-Write - Student video study packages in various subject. Videos not included.

    Internet Detective - An interactive, online tutorial which introduces the issues of information quality on the Internet and teaches how to evaluate the quality of an Internet resource. Self-paced. You can view the tutorial over several sessions. Estimated total time is around 3 hours.

    T is for Thinking - Web site evaluation guide with resources and links.

    National Math Trail - A K-12 real world internet project where students explore their communities and create math problems that relate to what they find. Teachers submit the problems and can add photos, drawings, and/or videos.

    The Web Class on the Net - Syllabus, assignments, journals, links, grading rubric, calendar, and makeup/tutorials.

    Active Learning on the Web - Introduction to WebQuests including sample projects, reporter templates, and hypertext resources.

    'Would You Rather...? WebQuest - Online lesson for second and third graders on making choices.

    Classroom Connection Teacher & Educational Grants - Lesson plans funded by educational grants sponsored by Public Service and New Century Energies.

    Quiz Hub - Online, interactive quizzes. Some are free, but most require a fee to access. Requires Macromedia's Flash player.

    Internet Scavenger Hunts - A variety of exercises in science, social studies, literature, and themes for different ages.

    Eastview High School's Advanced Multimedia Page - Course description, syllabus, assignments, and rubric.

    WebQuest: Christmas in Mexico and Puerto Rico - Participant is a reporter who has been sent to one of two countries to research Christmas celebrations. Includes resources for students and teachers. Available in English and Spanish.

    The French Cyberbooks - Online multi-level courses with video and audio designed to help French teachers integrate technology into their lessons.

    Educational Activities for K-6 Students - Science, math, language arts, social studies, computer, and art exercises and links.

    Holes Webquest - Analysis and synthesis activities to understand the plot of Louis Saachar's book, Holes. The juvenile justice system is used to create a newspaper describing the events in the book..

    Nuremberg Laws WebQuest - Students investigate what it was like to be living in Germany from 1933 to 1945 from 4 perspectives.

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