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Ask ERIC - Teachers Lounge
This is a location where educators can submit questions on educational research or educational issues. Questions will be answered by information specialists within 48 hours. The site contains over 700 lesson plans (all subjects and grades).
Awesome Library organizes the Web with 18,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.
This site contains 1000s of lessons activities, projects, educational resources, references and tools.
Resource information organized in a one-stop, easy-to-use menu. Includes: updates on products, conferences, and grants; magazines, journals, and newsletters; and consultants, speakers, and trainers.
A searchable database of over 20,000 education links for teachers, parents, and students. Includes lesson plans, education news, and an educators' forum.
Classroom Tools & Tips & Resource Newsletter: provides valuable ed tech resources to incorporate into K-12 curriculum. Educational topics, preformatted templates, technology tutorials, and practical tips are featured.
EdWeb: The On-Line K-12 Resource Guide
Provides information on the role of the World Wide Web in education, and includes a crash course on designing your own Web page. Includes examples of current education reform ideas, and explores on-line K-12 education with WWW sites and discussion groups.
Global SchoolNet Foundation
A nonprofit organization dedicated to Internet resources for K-12 education. Includes a link to Global Schoolhouse, which has activity guides, Internet training solutions, and shows projects from other schools around the world.
Infomine: Scholarly Internet Resource Collections
This database put together by the University of California is targeted to university students and educators, but it has a wealth of accessible information for the dedicated student.
Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators
National Education AssociationThis Teacher Association site contains over 500 annotated links for teachers, students and parents. It covers most of the K-12 subject areas from art and music to science and math. There are discipline related links, writing research paper links, college links, links to professional organizations, links for new teachers, links for retirees, and much more.
This gigantic list of sites on the internet found to be useful for enhancing curriculum and teacher professional growth. The site is organized into 24 subject areas and also contains links to search engines and lots of additional information.
The best way to study languages, vocabulary, or almost anything.
A great site for useful and fun worksheets for students to practice their elementary and middle school math and writing skills.
The World Wide Web Virtual Library
From the Charles Strut University in Australia, a virtual library of information categorized by subject; includes a searchable database.