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A to Z Teacher Stuff


Awesome Library

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//Directory of Educational Resources on the Web//

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EduTopia


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Lecture Notes/E-book Search Engine

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Sweet Search is an educational search engine where all the website that it suggests has been evaluated by a research department for educational content. A simple way to help reduce extraneous search results, especially helpful with students doing their first online research assignments. Visit our **SweetSites** for teachers and students, organized by subject and academic level.






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Teacher's Domain- “an online library of more than 1,000 free media resources from the best in public television. These classroom resources, featuring media from NOVA, Frontline, Design Squad, American Experience, and other public broadcasting and content partners are easy to use and correlate to state and national standards.” Resources include video and audio segments, Flash interactives, images, documents, lesson plans for teachers, and student-oriented activities. Teachers can personalize the site using “My Folders” and “My Groups” to save resources into a folder and share them with your other teachers or their students. Some of the resources even allow downloading and remixing for teacher mash up presentations. There is a strong effort at integrating lessons with technology to engage student learning.

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TeachersFirst Resources by Subject/Grade Level


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Tim's Diigo Library

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Curriculum Ideas

You need ideas about how to enhance the curriculum with technology. A great place to start is with the Information Communication Technology Literacy Maps. In collaboration with several content area organizations, the Partnership for 21st Century Skills developed a series of ICT Literacy Maps illustrating the intersection between Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Literacy and core academic subjects including English, mathematics, science and social studies (civics/government, geography, economics, history). The maps enable educators to gain concrete examples of how ICT Literacy can be integrated into core subjects, while making the teaching and learning of core subjects more relevant to the demands of the 21st century. The download the maps below to get started.








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