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The Incredible Art Department

At the heart of the Incredible Art Department, provided by an Indiana elementary and middle school art teacher, is the lesson plan section; it contains over 20 lesson plans, submitted by elementary, middle school, high school, and college art teachers. The site also offers links to the best school art on the Net, and a selected monthly school art room, featuring a gallery of that school's work....
CLN: Community Learning Network

The Community Learning Network, provided by the Ministry of Education, Skills and Training in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, is a K-12 pointer site with over 1,200 links to educational resources. Resources are arranged in 10 major categories, including curricular resources, instructional materials, mailing lists, professional development, and school home pages, among others. Although a great...
The Well Connected Educator Publishing Center and Forum

The well known Global Schoolhouse (discussed in the July 28, 1995 issue of the Scout Report) has opened this new site for K-12 educators, administrators, parents and others as a "publishing center and forum" for "success stories, models, strategies, and specific examples of how to use technology for teaching and learning," as well as "perspectives on key issues in educational technology." Articles...
Digital Education Network (DEN)

The Digital Education Network offers 7th through 12th grade students a chance to expand their knowledge in four areas: NewsDEN, which covers current events for kids and provides tips for teachers on how to integrate the information into their curricula; MathDEN, an interactive math challenge that offers four "stages" for students at different levels and tracks their progress (new question sets are...
U.S. Geological Survey Presents: The Learning Web

The Learning Web, provided by the U.S. Geological Survey, is dedicated to K-12 education, exploration, and life-long learning. It is divided into two sections, Teaching in the Learning Web, and Living in the Learning Web. Teaching at present contains information about three main topics, Global Change, Working with Maps, and Earth Science. Each of these sections offers student activities, along...
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....
Newspapers and the Net

This Website, part of the School Zone Website developed by Newspapers in Education (NIE), gives plans and resources to educators that enable them to help students integrate newspapers and the Internet as learning and research tools. Activities, which are designed to have students begin with newspapers and then pursue further information on the Web, include units on Women in the News, International...
Math Forum: K-12 Geometry

The Geometry Forum is "An Electronic Community for Lovers of Geometry." An NSF-funded project at Swarthmore College, the Geometry Forum is a great place for geometry and math teachers to locate curriculum ideas, software for mathematics, Internet math projects, and information about professional organizations. The student center offers a problem of the week, project of the month, the Internet...
Fermilab Education Office

The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory Education Office provides resources for science, mathematics, engineering and technology education (K-12 through post- graduate) with emphasis on physics and prairie ecology. The Web server has program information, classroom units, bibliographies, information about public tours and lectures, classes for kids and families, links to other particle physics...
The Chance Database

The Chance Server: Information useful for teaching any probability or statistics course that uses current news involving probability or statistical concepts.
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