Thinkport, which was born out of a creative partnership between Maryland Public Television (MPT) and Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education (CTE), stands by its mission to support effective teaching and meaningful learning while also building bridges between schools and families. The site may be focused somewhat on the culture and goals of Maryland schools, but educators from around the country will find wonderful, tech-savvy resources for their classrooms here. Readers may like to start by selecting Think K-12 Classroom, which shows a drop down menu of topics, which include Envirohealth Connections, Interactive Media, Interactive Tools, and Math. Selecting any of these navigates to lesson plans and other resources. For instance, the EnviroHelath Connections tab features Interactive Investigations, where students can Meet the Experts in environmental health through freely available online videos. They may also engage with the interactive online lesson, EnviroMysteries, which allows students to study real world problems, such as a fitness center that is struggling to take care of a lead paint problem.