CLRN: California Learning Resource Network
A guide to standards aligned electronic resources for teachers, parents & students.
Internet Public Library
American Education Corporation
Features the A+nyWhere Learning System (A+LS)
Education World's Book Adventure
An online reading incentive program.
Standards based Internet content & professional development.
The International Reading Association
The Blue Web: KNE
KNE, the Knowledge Network Explorer, is an effort to provide a variety of services for educators to help them with current technologies.
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E-Books for Young Readers
This collection is at the Univ. of Virginia. It contains Ebook (MS Reader), Palm & web versions of authors such as Aesop, Alcott, Alger, Crane, Carroll, Dickens, Conan-Doyle, Dunbar, Eastman, Kipling, Lowell, Potter, Pyle, Stowe, Twain, Verne, Wells and others. These are full texts, some with illustrations.
Queen's University Canada - Ed resources
Offers many resources in geography, drama, language arts, mathematics, science, technology, music and special education (Learning Disibilities and Technology; Adaptive Technology resources).
US National Park Service
This site features Links to the Past, Nature Net and Park Smart. It is for both teachers and learners and contains guides and collections in archeology, history, cartography, biology, geology and social science.
Access to top humanities sites and humanities lesson plans.
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Great resources and lesson plans for integrating across the curriculum with internet access. Lesson plans are well organised into seven steps: benchmarks, purpose, context, websites used, development, summary/evaluation, extensions.
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics - Illuminations
Sunsite - Teaching Resources
Offers Sunsite K-12, AskERIC, California Heritage Project, American Cultures and other resources.
California Learning Resource Network
Provides electronic learning resources in mathematics, language arts, science, history and social science.
From Now On
An education technology journal that offers general information on the current use of technology in schools.
This is a great resource for searching for lesson plans k-12 on any topic.
This is the Discovery T.V. Channel school. The site has a variety of resources in science, technology and history. It also offers k-12 lesson plans.
School News E-zine
School News is an e-zine for K-12 technology decision makers. It treats current issues relating to education and technology.
Special Needs Opportunity
Located at the University of Toronto, this site offers resources for teachers of exceptional children. It also offers free on-line courses in areas such as adaptive technology.
Premier Assistive Technology
Assistive technology tools to help meet the reading needs of people of all ages.
COPSystem career assessment and guidance tools as well as CERES guidance curriculum for integration into your existing curriculum.
Resources in assistive technology for persons with disabilities. There is a searchable data base as well as a listing of extensive resources going back to 1999.
CEO Forum on Ed & Tech
National Center for Ed Stats
US Ed. Dept. - Technology
Ed Policy Analysis [e-zine]
California Dept. of Ed.
California Commission on Teacher Credentialing
This is an alternative, intern teacher credential program for the California multiple subject credential.
Teams Distance Learning (LACOE)
Online Teaching Resources (Oxford)
Children's Literature Resources
Children's Book Council
Thomas Database at The Library of Congress