On this page you will find links to materials and web sites that may be useful for teaching. Some of the links are to my own materials, some are to to websites that have been suggested to me by other teachers from around the world. If you have a suggstion for any addition to the list or if you find a broken link, please contact me using the form on this page.
PART ONE - MY OWN MATERIALS
PART TWO - TEACHING RESOURCE WEBSITE SUGGESTIONS
(Acknowledgement: Many of the links in this section and the next two sections were featured in MacWorld magazine.)
Offers interactive games for children pre-K through high school, organized by age and by subject. Helpful hints and links for parents and teachers.
Educational games for children in U.S. grade levels pre-K through 6. (Requires Java and Adobe Flash.)
A website offering comprehensive print-based and computer software teaching materials for purchase and on-line learning resources for students and teachers alike.
Links to educational games and adventures, history and geography articles, and lesson plans for teachers and home schooling parents.
School Discovery Lesson Plans
Lesson plans on a variety of subjects for U.S. grade levels K through 12. Many lessons are based on video tapes that can be ordered online.
PART THREE - DISTANCE LEARNING WEBSITE SUGGESTIONS
An extensive index of free and commercial distance learning resources for all ages, including continuing education and professional retraining.
A clearinghouse for free courses and tutorials on the Internet, covering topics from business to the sciences. Mostly for adults, but the site also includes links for homeschoolers.
Everything for the home schooler, including how to get started, message boards, and online education.
The Distance Learning Resource Network
Resources for anyone interested in finding out about distance education. From the U.S. Department of Education Star Schools Program. Includes an annotated list of distance learning courses for grade levels K through college.
PART FOUR - GENERAL EDUCATION RESOURCES WEBSITE SUGGESTIONS
Teach children how to navigate the Internet with a surfing contest. Participants compete for prizes by searching the Internet for clues.
An annotated index of thousands of educational Web sites. Browse in (over 50) subject areas or in grade levels, pre-K through college. Links to parenting, distance learning, and continuing education online resources.
Including an extensive database listing 100,000+ educational Web sites, organized by subject area, with a built-in search engine. Resources for parents and educators, including links to helpful articles on distance learning.
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE)
U.S. government site. Links to hundreds of federally supported educational resources on the Internet. The site is searchable by subject.
A database of online reference materials that can be searched by subject or grade level.
Reviews and ratings for hundreds of child-friendly Web sites covering topics from the arts to science.
The U.S. Department of Education - Office of Educational Technology
Information on educational technology initatives and policy in the US.
CILT The Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research. Publications and articles online.
British Education Index Database for searching articles and abstracts from conferences on educational issues and research.
Eduref National Council for Open Education (US) Database of abstracts of documents and journal articles on education research and practice.
PART FIVE - JOURNALS
(Acknowledgement: Many of the links in this section were put together by Joanna Teague, while she was at the University of Manchester, U.K.)