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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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in Technology by 5 users - BrainPOP

This is an excellent website for LEP/ELL students! It provides great short vignettes across the disciplines. Each clip gives an informative overview of the event. Students can watch these two minute clips and then it can lead to either a class discussion, a reading, or written assignments. This is an excellent website for LEP/ELL students! It provides great short vignettes regarding specific historical events. Each clip gives an informative overview of the event. Students can watch these two minutes clips and then it can lead to either a class discussion or a written assignment. It is a great way to introduce students to a topic. Rec. by Lynn Comer-Jaworski

Animated Science, Health, Technology, Math, Social Studies, Arts & Music and English movies, quizzes, activity pages and school homework help for K-12 kids, aligned with state standards

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in Teacher Resources > Videos Virtual Fieldtrips & Interactive Sites by 17 users - Colorín Colorado :: Reading and Understanding Written Math Problems (Plus Links)

Reading and Understanding Written Math Problems By: Brenda Krick-Morales (2006) This resource provides valuable suggestions and links for teaching math to ELLs, plus resources for all.

in Science and Math > MATH ONLY > Strategies for Math - Content Areas Mathematics Blue Web'n

A MUST SEE This is a list of the Blue Web'n Award-winning math sites.

in Science and Math > MATH ONLY - Dr. Kathie Nunley's Layered Curriculum Web Site for Educators

These lesson plans were created by teachers from around the globe. Feel free to browse, borrow and adapt as needed!! If you've made Layered Curriculum unit sheets for any discipline or grade level, please send them to share. (Email them to kathie@brains.org)

in Differentiated Instruction - ELLMath4All.pdf : Tips for English language learners in Mathematics

This is a summary document with tips for secondary math teachers who are teaching secondary mathematics to ELLs.

in Science and Math > MATH ONLY - English Language Learners in the Mathematics Classroom

Strengthen mathematical understandings and academic vocabulary with standards-based strategies! Whether you teach mathematics in a contained elementary classroom, as a specialized math teacher, or as an ELL teacher, this new resource will help you meet the needs of your English Language Learners. Highly recommended by Cristina Sanchez-Lopez, the IRC math consultant.

in Books & Videos/DVDs: Professional Development > English Language Learners - ExploreLearning - Interactive Math and Science Simulations.

Interactive Math Simulations (Gizmos). Hundreds of the web's best interactive and science activities are at ExploreLearning including the activity you are .

World's largest and most advanced online repository of math and science simulations for grades 3-12. Research-proven, inquiry-based learning tools for teachers and students. Web-based for anytime, anywhere learning.

in Science and Math > MATH ONLY by 2 users - ExploreLearning - Interactive Math and Science Simulations.

Interactive Math Simulations (Gizmos). Hundreds of the web's best interactive and science activities are at ExploreLearning including the activity you are .

World's largest and most advanced online repository of math and science simulations for grades 3-12. Research-proven, inquiry-based learning tools for teachers and students. Web-based for anytime, anywhere learning.

in Science and Math by 2 users - Good Morning Miss Toliver (Plus other Math Videos)

This profile of East Harlem Tech/PS 72’s Kay Toliver has become one of the most-widely used staff development resources in the country. More than 10 awards, including the George Foster Peabody Award, the Gabriel Award and the Robert Townsend Social issues Award. See the order form for all of her videos.

in Books & Videos/DVDs: Professional Development > VIDEOs and DVDs - Hands-On Math: Includes videos

Thefutureschannel.com connects learning to the real world through math and science video clips plus critical thinking and problem solving activities.Rec. by Amanda Zirzow

Figuring out how many pieces of candy are in a large jar calls for some tasty data collection and analysis.

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in Science and Math - Illuminations: Welcome to Illuminations (MATH) MUST SEE

Explore our library of 70 online activities that help to make math come alive in the classroom or at home. Free downlodable activities. See math lessons, standards and links.

in Science and Math > MATH ONLY by 3 users - Interactive Mathematics Activities

This site of interactive math activities across grade levels and math subjects/topics has won numerous awards.

Interactive Mathematics Activities for Arithmetic, Geometry, Algebra, Probability, Logic, Mathmagic, Optical Illusions, Combinatorial games and Puzzles.

in Science and Math > MATH ONLY by 2 users - 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.

in Technology by 2 users - K12 Core Curriculum (Must see)

Utah Education Network This site provides support for curriculum development, interactives across the grade levels and very beneficial links for Math, World Resources, Interactive Projects and Learning Community. Rec. by Suzanne Havilecek Does not include"understandings", but very helpful resources.

in Curriculum Development by 4 users - 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.

in Technology - Literacy Strategies for Improving Mathematics Instruction

Book by Joan M. Kenney, Euthecia Hancewicz, Loretta Heuer, Diana Metsisto and Cynthia L. Tuttle This book examines the importance of language to competency in math and offers strategies for developing literacy skills related to math. Rec. by ASCD

in Science and Math > MATH ONLY > Strategies for Math by 2 users - Making Mathematicians - Constructed Response (MUST See Video)

In this video, Regional Trainer Holly Young and Instructional Coach Debra Bareño will illustrate a framework for constructed response that will not only give you a clear and easy way to teach it, but will also show that it can be tied in with the standards for which you are already responsible. After viewing this video, you will be able to integrate the teaching of constructed response into your classroom in a simple and easy way. In fact, you'll be able to "ACE it." Be sure to get the handouts for each presentations: math, LA, and science.

in Literacy > Writing Strategies - Math Graphic Organizers K-12 (MUST SEE)

This site provides specific graphic organizers for math across the grade levels. It includes PowerPoints and links to other math organizers and encourages teachers to share.

in Graphic Organizers - MATH RESOURCES: Lesa Friedrich's selections

Lesa developed a netvouz site with carefully selected math resources as an individual project for the Innovative Methods class.

Netvouz is a social bookmark manager where you can store your favorite links online and access them from any computer. You organize your bookmarks in folders and tag each bookmark with keywords and can then browse them by folder or tag, or search for them. You can make your bookmarks public or private, and if you have a blog you can also publish your bookmarks on it using our RSS

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