Providing links to educational resources for both K-12 students
and education professionals. Access:
- language arts sites
- mathematics sites
- online distance education/remote access
- professional development corner
- science sites
- social studies sites
Students can view online
educational courseware. Sites such as CNTime.com
(managed by Digital
Village World Technologies), which supplies course ware for
K-12 students in China, and E-Tutor,
are two of many sites that provide students with subject lessons
and activities. They help to prepare students for further studies
by providing a solid grasp of the basics - math, language arts,
social studies and science.
The student resource center is a great way to
get help with homework or find another explanation for that concept
that remains unclear. For those students looking for information
for a research project, check out Webivore.
This web site contains 12,000 previewed web pages for grades 4-12.
For a project on WWII, take a look at the interactive Historical
Atlas of the 20 Century, which includes political climate, wars,
population and much more. Explore this site for other ways to enrich
your school work. For homeschooling parents we've included this link of homeschool resources.
The professional development corner is entirely
for teachers. This section includes Peak
Learning Systems and Iloveteaching.com,
which have tips for both the beginner teacher and the seasoned professional.
For fresh ideas to add to existing tools - lesson plans, worksheets
and games - view CEC
the Children and many other sites listed within these pages.