Subject Area Links

The Arts Language Arts PE and Health Social Studies Math Science

 

Topic Area Links

Career Education Education and Pedagogy Elementary Technology Tools Research and the Internet World War 1

 

Links for Multiple Subjects, Grades

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StudyBlue is "a free online service that enables students to create and store digital 'flashcards' to help them master course material." "Whether you’re an A-level student, teacher or you’re just interested in the subject www.TheFaculties.org provides you with free, short films of university lecturers speaking on topics taken from the A-level curriculum. Each of these podcasts is aimed at encouraging deeper learning and smoothing the transition from school to university for those considering taking the subject at degree level."
Google in Education has specific sites to assist teachers with classroom tools, professional development, and student resources. "Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth. It is updated often to include the best sites for teaching and learning."

The Smithsonian Institute offers an amazing supply of resources for teachers.  Take time to visit virtual exhibits.

The ThinkQuest Library "provides innovative learning resources for students of all ages on a wide range of educational topics. Featuring over 5,500 websites, the library is created by students from around the world as part of the competition."

4teachers is a great site for teachers!  It has links to TrackStar, QuizStar, RubiStar, Web Worksheet Wizard.  It's a great site for teachers who want help to integrate technology into the classroom.

"The Charles A. Dana Center is a research unit of the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin.  The Dana Center provides Texas education leaders with new knowledge about teaching and learning. We also support K–12 teachers and leaders working to implement high academic standards for all students."

"Mr. Dowling's Electronic Passport is a journey through time and space. Discover different people and cultures and further your study by following links. Educators can download lessons and homework assignments. Read the Frequently Asked Questions for details."  This is a great website.

"Our fun and educational games, activities, worksheets, free online classes, and much much more, make learning fun. At The KidsKnowIt Network we provide accurate, updated, and fun information for you and your student."  This website is loaded with free resources."

The Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) provides teaching and learning resources from federal Agencies.  Subject areas include:  Arts & Music, Health & Phys Ed, History & Social Studies, Language Arts, Math, and Science.

"Founded in 1999, BrainPOP creates animated, curriculum-based content that supports educators and engages students."

Microsoft Office applications for teachers include timelines, writing activities, and organizing lesson plans.

The Discovery Channel provides excellent resources for teachers.

The Microsoft Office template gallery provides many things that teachers can use.

edHelper.com - Math, Reading Comprehension, Themes, Lesson Plans, and Printable Worksheets contains a nice set of categorized lesson plans and activities for teachers.

PBS Learning Media allows you to select a grade level and a subject area and then pick the type of media you would like to reinforce your lesson - a document, an interactive web page, or a video. "Wolfram|Alpha combines a knowledge base with computational power to give you answers to questions.