- EdWeb- This
web sit includes information on how to use the World Wide Web
in the classroom. It gives ideas on how to have your classroom
communicate with other classrooms over the web, how to use the
web as an educational tool and interactive projects that can be
done using the web. This site also includes some information about
how to use outdated computers in the classroom. There is a great
crash course on making your own homepage. It also has a link to
a kids page with links to hundreds of sites that would be interesting
for kids. There is also some general information about the history
of the web and some information about HTML. This is a remarkable
- Web 66- This
site's objectives are to help educators integrate the world wide
web into their curriculum, implement online projects for the curriculum,
set up their own Internet servers, link K-12 educators and students,
and help educators find and use resources on the world wide web.
This site includes a step by step procedure for making a homepage
for a class or school, planning online projects (gives examples
of projects), How to post lesson plans to share with other educators
and much more. This site contains a lot of good information, but
is somewhat hard to navigate through.
- Vose School Educational Resources-
This page was created by schools in Oregon. This site contains
links to many other pages made by schools around the world. There
are many links to educational resources. The site includes lesson
plans, projects, games, and sites for children to visit (like
on-line help, where kids can submit questions and get answers
back). There are also some Internet resources. It has a link to
'kidopedia' which is a encyclopedia created by kids.
- Internet Educational Resource Guide-
This site includes links to sites with educational resources.
These links are broken down into 16 subjects. Resources include,
lesson plans, information on the subject, kids links, on-line
projects, museum sites, and more.
- Classroom Connect-
Links to sites with K12 resources. Internet software available
to download. Educational newsgroups for educational discussions.
List of upcoming education conferences.
- NASA's K-12 Internet Initiative-
Information about current and upcoming online projects with NASA
and archives of past projects.
- SENDIT Resources-
This site has lesson plans, projects, information on technology
and education, information on different software applications,
sites for kids to visit, information on making your own web page,
and links to schools on the Internet. There are also informational
newsletters for the Internet and other magazines about computers,
education, and the Internet.
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