- 4Teachers: Home Page
4Teachers.org works to help you integrate technology into your classroom by offering FREE online tools and resources. This site helps teachers locate and create ready-to-use Web lessons, quizzes, rubrics and classroom calendars. There are also tools for student use. Discover valuable professional development resources addressing issues such as equity, ELL, technology planning, and at-risk or special-needs students.
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- Awesome Library - K-12 Education Directory
Awesome Library organizes the Web with 28,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.
Awesome Library organizes 37,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent for teachers, students, parents, and librarians. It includes a search engine.
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- Interactive Websites
Interactive websites provide standards-based cross curricular web resources designed to enhance online learning opportunities. These sites interact with the user usually through either a text-based or graphical user interface. Includes links to all content areas.
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- Internet 4 classrooms
Sites that help classroom teachers adjust their teaching process to their learners needs.
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- Larry Ferlazzo, Teaches English & Soc. St. to ELLs (Great ELL links with audio)
The English page will lead you to thousands of activities appropriate for English Language Learners or for young children who are native English-speakers and are just learning to read. These include Social Studies, Math and Science activities specifically for English Language Learners. The other sites listed under "Subjects" on this page have links more appropriate to native English speakers.
- Mrs. Taylor's Blog (MUST SEE dev. by a former course participant)
This is the blog developed by Mariah Taylor, a 4th grade teacher. It provides amazing examples of parent communication, student work and resources for students.
- Reading Rockets: Literacy Instruction with Digital and Media Technologies (MUST SEE)
This article describes how digital and media literacies are woven into a fourth-grade classroom. Background on how a teacher and school brought new literacies to students through the use of technology is revealed so that other teachers can engage in similar instructional support.
- Technology Integration (MUST SEE)
Lee's Summit R7 School District This school district has supplied links for EVERYTHING. A great resource for technology but also online resources for reading, writing, listening, etc.
- Welcome to PHSchool.com
Interactive textbook to accompany Pearson Hall textbooks
- About Quiz, online resource (fee)
This is a resource for teachers to create their own online content at any grade level, for any content. Create quizes, multiple vocabulary games and activities. Record student grades automatically, etc. There is a fee for it's use. Explore the tutorial and view the powerpoint explanation.
- AT&T Knowledge Network Explorer: Filamentality Homepage
Filamentality is a fill-in-the-blank tool that guides you through picking a topic, searching the Internet, gathering good Internet links, and turning them into online learning activities. Support is built-in along the way through Mentality Tips. In the end, you'll create a web-based activity you can share with others even if you don't know anything about HTML or serving web pages.
- Bringing the Outside In: Visual Ways to Engage Reluctant Readers
Review entire book online. Sara Kajder's demonstrates myriad ways to employ the technology interests and talents studens have outside the classroom into the classroom. See multiple examples of student work, demostrating how she adapts the curriculum to incorporate an expanded definition of literacy and literacy tools.
Stenhouse books and videos help K-12 teachers deepen their professional knowledge and build their students' skills as readers, writers, and thinkers.
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- Colorín Colorado :: ELL Blogs, Newsletters, and Listservs
ELL Blogs, Newsletters, and Listservs This site provides multiple links for technolgy resources for educators serving ELLs
- Content Course Assignments and Student Work
Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum: Internet/Computer Writing Resources for a Content-Based Curriculum, Michael Krauss, ISALC, Lewis & Clark College
This is a great site for teachers looking for more ways to integrate technology into their classroom. Look to the Curriculum Ideas, How Tos, Treasure Hunts, and the fine articles to give you fresh ideas. (
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- ECS Education Policy Issue Site
Technology This site was recommended by ASCD as a resource for educators. Technology research, etc.
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- Edublogs - education blogs
This site is designed to make blogging for teachers and students easy. Effortlessly create and manage students blogs.
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- Education World ® Technology Center: Searching with Savvy,
Part 3: Time-Saving Shortcuts and Strategies Tips for searching the web quickly. See part 1 for Best Search Engines, Part 2 for searching and getting what you are looking for
Members of the Education World Tech Team discuss the technology they use to help students with special needs keep up with their classmates, and to help students with special abilities extend their learning beyond the standard curriculum.
- Enhance Learning with Technology, Paradigm Shift
Comprehensive site on technology for instruction and personal growth of teachers. "There is a big difference between the earlier and current forms of online learning. The earlier type, called Computer Based Instruction (CBI), focused on the interaction between the student and computer drills, tutorials or simulations. Today, the prevailing paradigm is Computer Mediated Communication (CMC), where the primary form of interaction is between students and instructors, mediated by the computer."
- Evalutech (Reviews of software and printed resources)
EvaluTech offers expanded access to resources that are aligned with the work of the Educational Technology Cooperative. It is committed to providing high-quality information to K-20 education agencies —states' departments of education and higher education agencies— in the 16 states. EvaluTech grew out of a partnership between the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the Southern Regional Education Board to create an online, keyword-searchable database of reviews of instructional materirals (over 10,000 recommended reviews of software and print resources.) Recommended by ASCD
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