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View Resource TERC

The Hub is an Internetworked resource for mathematics and science education whose goal is to transform the technological potential of recent developments in telecommunications into services of value to educational policy-makers, administrators, educators and students in the Northeast and the islands. The Hub provides services that can help to publish curricula, projects in progress, requests for...

https://www.terc.edu/display/HOME/Home
View Resource PBS TeacherSource

PBS has gathered together Kids Resources, links to art-related activities for kids from throughout the PBS site, including Sesame Street Coloring Books and Theodore Tugboat Interactive Stories. The Arts Classroom link takes users to the Arts section of TeacherSource, a collection of Online Teacher's Guides prepared by the Teacher Resource Service at PBS. The teacher's guides are arranged by area:...

https://wpt.pbslearningmedia.org/
View Resource IEEE: Reference Guide for Instructional Design and Development

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers provides this guide to instructional design, which educators can use to gauge their target audience and tailor their teaching methods appropriately. By applying the principles of design to the creation of a course, a better level of understanding between the instructor and students can be achieved. For each of the six design phases a concise...

https://www.ieee.org/education/index.html
View Resource Show-Me Center

The Show-Me Center is a partnership of four NSF-sponsored middle grades mathematics curriculum development Satellite Centers (University of Wisconsin, Michigan State University, University of Montana, and the Educational Development Center). The group's website provides "information and resources needed to support selection and implementation of standards-based middle grades mathematics...

http://showmecenter.missouri.edu/showme/project.html
View Resource Stanford: The Bridge Project

Stanford University's Bridge Project: Strengthening K-16 Transition Policies emphasizes that "reforms affecting K-12 and higher education must occur across systems in order to achieve the desired outcomes." Their approach is to improve opportunities for all students to enter and succeed in higher education by strengthening the alignment between higher education admissions-related requirements and...

http://web.stanford.edu/group/bridgeproject/
View Resource Teachnet.Com

Teachnet.Com was started by a husband and wife team--Lee Shiney who is a graphic designer and writer, and Lajean Shiney who is an elementary school teacher in Wichita, Kan. Their website offers multiple resources for teachers, including lesson plan ideas in mathematics, science, technology and many other subject areas. A section called Power Tools offers ideas and services that can simplify a...

http://www.teachnet.com/t2t/
View Resource UMass Boston OpenCourseWare

Like many other institutions, the University of Massachusetts, Boston has decided to make a foray into the world of OpenCourseWare. While the courses offered online here will not lead towards a formal degree (or confer course credit), they represent some of the best that the school has to offer. Visitors can click on the "Courses" tab to learn more about the current offerings, which include course...

http://ocw.umb.edu/
View Resource Online Conference: Problem Solving with Smithsonian Experts

Are there other worlds out there? What can science tell us about American history? These are but a few of the important questions asked by the people at the Smithsonian's Online Conference on problem solving. The conference was convened twice during April 2010, and it was sponsored in part by the Microsoft Partners in Learning organization. The experts asking and answering these questions are all...

http://www.learningtimes.com/404/