Teaching and Pre-Service Teaching Resources
= Very Useful,
= Somewhat Useful,
= Frameworks Connection
This comprehensive collection of educator
resources has a section especially for pre-service educators. The site
is searchable and contains lesson plans, subject centers, links to state and
national standards, teaching ideas, articles, and more.
Schrock's Guide for Educators (discoveryschool.com/schrockguide/)
This well-maintained site categorizes a list of web resources for
curriculum connections and professional development. The site is updated
daily and "content rich" sites receive special recognition.
Mitchell's Virtual School (www.kathimitchell.com/index.html) This site
contains lots of great links and resources that teachers will be able to
connect to the classroom curriculum.
Educational Web (www.classroom.net)
This site contains a wealth of
information with curriculum links maintained by the publishers of the
Classroom Connect Newsletter. Subscriptions are available for web based
curriculum products and programs.
Tap (eduscapes.com/tap/) This is a professional development resource for
educators with online resources and activities promoting technology
integration. The site offers useful information on intellectual property
(citations, copyright, and plagiarism).
For Teachers (www.sitesforteachers.com/) This site offers a broad
collection of links to resources for teachers.
with the Web (edtech.kennesaw.edu/web/teaching.htm) resources, themes,
-- (www.learnthenet.com/english/index.html) all the basics in an
easy to use format with screen shots and instructional graphics
(www.ed-links.org/techssentials) lots of good resources for
educational technology, from integrating it with the curriculum to
a comprehensive link collection for Kindergarten teachers
Pavilion (www.edchange.org/multicultural/) wonderful resources for
multicultural education, including a section with social justice speeches,
film reviews, and many awareness activities
Theme Page (www.stemnet.nf.ca/CITE/themes.html) resource links from Jim
Cornish that are organized by topics/themes in a way to make easy curriculum
(www.dositey.com/) online games and interactive lessons for math and
Responsive Classroom (www.responsiveclassroom.org)
The Northeast Foundation for Children offers many excellent resources
promoting the belief that a social curriculum is as important as an academic
curriculum in creating caring classrooms and responsible individuals.
(kidshub.org/kids/kids.cfm) Online interactive learning center with
educational games, puzzles, and quizzes. Also included are links to High
School Hub, Middle
School Hub, and Teachers
to Advance Social and Emotional Learning (CAESL) (www.casel.org/)
This site contains many useful resources in the field of social and
Home Page (www.ascd.org) Useful
professional resources, publications, CD's, etc.
Hampshire Educators Online (www.nheon.org/) This is a wonderful resource
for educators. It contains a Framework Matrix for the New Hampshire Curriculum Frameworks and links to
"Best Schools" work being done throughout New Hampshire.
Schools Online (www.bbc.co.uk/education/schools/)
Many useful learning resources.
Teachers Toolbox (www.inspiringteachers.com ) This
site contains a survival kit for new teachers, tips, classroom resources,
and message boards.
The curriculum development area of this site contains teaching strategies,
thinking skills, and lesson plans.
Can Handle Them All (www.disciplinehelp.com) This
valuable resource provides discipline help for all kinds of problems.
Institute for Community Innovation (www.nici-mc2.org/) This site focuses
on educational innovation in communities. It contains excellent library
resources, technology resources, K-12 school resources, business resources,
equity resources, and more.
Lesson Plans Page (www.lessonplanspage.com)
Many lessons (primarily at the elementary level) organized by subject and by
grade level can be found at this site.
Carolina's Resource for Teachers (www.teachers-connect.net)
Many resources organized by grade level and subject, which are aligned with
the North Carolina Curriculum Matrix can be found at this site.
Educator's Reference Desk (www.eduref.org)
High quality resources for education, including a virtual library of lesson plans, and
links to online information.
Database (www.eric.ed.gov) Extensive database of journal and non-journal
National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education (www.enc.org/index.htm)
This site contains a multitude of excellent resources for math and science.
Central (www.scholastic.com) Variety of
resources pertaining to education.
(teachnet.com) Lesson ideas, teaching
tools, and tips can be found at this site.
Educator's Toolkit (www.eagle.ca/~matink/)
This site features a Teacher Resources area and a Libraries area.
(www.eduhound.com) This comprehensive collection of educator
resources includes Internet tutorials,
publications, software demos and downloads, Hispanic education
resources, professional organizations,
subject area resources, standards, and assessments. You can also make your
own free educational web page, or sign up for the free newsletter.
Teacher's Website (www.ceismc.gatech.edu/busyt/)
This collection of links is organized by subject.
Web'n Learning Sites (www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/bluewebn/)
A searchable collection of learning sites on the web: tutorials, activities,
lesson plans organized by curriculum area.
- TeachersFirst (www.teachersfirst.com/index.htm)
Classroom resources, professional resources, web resources, standards, activities and
lesson plans can be found on this site. Also, there is a New
Teacher Resources area.
(teachers.work.co.nz) This site contains rated links to
many educational websites. The site is organized by subject area.
WebQuest Page (webquest.sdsu.edu/webquest.html) WebQuest is a
model for teaching with the web. This site is an excellent resource for
using the model in developing inquiry-oriented activities. Many links to
WebQuest projects are also available.
Knowledge Loom (knowledgeloom.org/index.shtml) A searchable database of
"best practice resources". Investigate the Spotlight on
Early Literacy to get a flavor for the site.
New York Times Learning Network (www.nytimes.com/learning/index.html)
This site contains many excellent resources, including these features: a Lesson
Plan Archive, News
Summaries, and On
This Day in History .
Education Center Lesson Plans (www.col-ed.org/cur/) Lessons created by
teachers, as well as a large collection of links to resources and activities
on the Internet may be found on this site.
WebQuest Class (www.itsco.org/webquest/gallery.html) This site provides
a collection of links to many new WebQuests. Other useful resources to
enhance learning may be found on the ITSCO home page.
(www.teach-nology.com/) This web portal for educators contains many useful
resources including tutorials, lesson plans, downloads, and links to other
valuable information relative to current practices in education.
with Movies (www.teachwithmovies.org/) Learning guides to recommended
films, background information, discussion questions, and related internet
links can be found on this site.
(www.ozline.com/) This site contains links and activities for integrating
the internet with the curriculum. It includes tours, tutorials, and
Strategies Database (www.muskingum.edu/~cal/database) Learning style
assessment and learning strategies instruction are just a few of the
features of this site developed for students, teachers, tutors, advisors and
Ideas for Primary Teachers (www.teachingideas.co.uk/) This site contains
ideas and activities organized by subject. Also included is a book corner
and links to other educational resources.
Classroom Teacher Network (www.microsoft.com/education/) Microsoft
offers many instructional resources on this web site, including , lesson
plans, templates, downloadable tutorial packs, the Encarta
Homepage, and much more. Tutorials show teachers how to use Microsoft
applications in the classroom. Tutorial presentations are suitable for an
instructor leading a class or for self-paced learning.
(marcopolo.worldcom.com/) This site includes standards-based content and
many online resources including lesson plans, activities, and materials.
Learning Resource Network (clrn.org/home/) A comprehensive searchable
site of excellent learning resources supporting frameworks and standards.
Curve This site contains some very useful resources both for primary and secondary grades with
lessons and activities exploring primary sources. Especially interesting is
the section on 20th
Century Heroes and Villains (learningcurve.pro.gov.uk/) The primary
documents are fascinating!
(www.quia.com/) Explore or create your own learning activities and games on
Trip Site (www.field-guides.com/) This site contains a collection of
virtual fieldtrips. Take a trip to the desert, ocean rainforest. Trips
are aligned with standards.
(www.edhelper.com/) This site contains many resources, including lesson
plans, WebQuests, critical thinking puzzles, worksheets, etc.
Childhood Thematic Units (http://www.sbcss.k12.ca.us/sbcss/specialeducation/ecthematic/)
thematic units that incorporate technology curriculum connections.
Inspiration and Kidspiration (www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/fil/pages/listinspiratst.html)
a collection of links to useful resources for using Kidspiration and
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