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Math Forum @ Drexel: Elementary School Teachers' Place

The well known Math Forum (formerly from Swarthmore College, discussed in the October 20, 1995 issue of The Scout Report), has meta-pages specifically for elementary school math teachers. The pages are divided into two parts: "For Your Classroom" and "For Your Career." The classroom sections contain pointers to lesson plans, problems, software, and fun sites for kids. The career site contains...

http://mathforum.org/teachers/elem/
Teachers helping Teachers

Teachers helping Teachers, provided by a California middle school instructor, provides ideas and tips in the form of lesson plans and classroom activities. The content has been submitted by teachers for teachers. The site is designed to be an aid to teachers in K through 12, and provides ideas for classroom management, language arts, math, science, social studies, the arts, and special education....

http://teachershelpingteachers.info/
The Northeast Kansas Education Service Center

A collection of education information related to Kansas and of general interest has been collected on to a gopher server, including the quarterly published newsletter The Critical Teacher; Curriculum Based Measurement (CBM) probes in Math, spelling and reading (in .pdf format); Acrobat pdf files of documents (regulations, publications, school reform information) from the Kansas State Department...

http://www.keystonelearning.org
APPLICATIONS: Education

As with the Internet Public Library's Ready Reference Collection on education (discussed in the Scout Select Bookmarks for Social Science), John December sacrifices depth of coverage in any single area for breadth across areas. This page is divided into major collections, specialized education sites, documents and reports, and indexes. A search across all of December's subject indexes is...

https://www.december.com/cmc/info/applications-education.htm...
The Cornell Theory Center Arts and Social Sciences Gateway

The Cornell Theory Center Arts and Social Sciences Gateway provides links to language arts, foreign languages, the fine arts, social studies, and history. It is aimed at "all K-12 students and educators," and was created by elementary and high school librarians, with help from the Theory Center Information Group. It joins the Theory Center's Math and Science, and Educators Gateways, which have...

http://www.cs.cornell.edu/annual_report/cornell_theory_cente...
Bellingham Public Schools

The Bellingham Public Schools Web site is recommended when you want to collect information and formulate ideas about designing collaborative and educational web-based activities. It offers a selective collection of WWW Curriculum resources by Subject or Grade Level and lesson plans integrating the use of technology into the curriculum. Also provided are a half dozen lessons for adult learning of...

https://bellinghamschools.org/
SOSIG: Social Science Information Gateway

The Web's premiere Social Science gateway has gotten even better, with a new interface and several other features that help users find quality social science research and education resources, hand-picked and described by librarians and subject specialists. The heart of SOSIG remains its excellent Internet catalog, which includes thousands of online resources, browseable or searchable by subject...

http://www.informationr.net/ir/4-1/paper48.html
LETSNet: Learning Exchange for Teachers and Students through InterNET

The Learning Exchange for Teachers and Students through the InterNet project is being developed by a collaborative team in the College of Education and the Communication Technology Laboratory at Michigan State University. The mission of the site is to facilitate an integration of the Internet into the K-12 curriculum. This still-developing site features lesson plans on topics from Ellis Island to...

http://commtechlab.msu.edu/sites/letsnet/
PBS Learning Media

The PBS LearningMedia site is a fun resource for educators with materials covering everything from women's literature to current events. Visitors can click on the Browse PBS Learning Media area to look around for resources by grade levels, subjects, standards, and collections. Returning visitors should peruse the New Features area where they can find helpful fact sheets, activities, and...

https://wisconsin.pbslearningmedia.org/
CYFERNET: Children, Youth And Families Education And Research Network

"CYFERNet is a national network of Land Grant university faculty and county Extension educators working to support community-based educational programs for children, youth, parents and families." This metasite offers links to a plethora of resources for those interested in community-based, experiential education, child care issues, and policy-making concerns that impact children, adolescents, and...

https://cyfar.org/
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