This is a web-based bibliography tool that is fast and easy to use. Students can build a citation page is a snap with this tool.
The American Foundation for the Blind created an age appropriate site for students to learn about braille. Under games, students can see what their name looks like in braille, or figure out words with a braille alphabet close by. Students can also change the colors on this website to make it easier to read (have students who are designing their own pages learn about accessibility).
With the freedom of the Internet has come a host of new ethical issues. This site is devoted to providing a basic understanding of computer ethics to the Internet users of tomorrow, with the hope that they will make informed and moral decisions throu ghout their careers.
This website has free templates to use for websites or wordpress designs.
The High School Hub is a noncommercial portal to excellent free online academic resources for high school students. It features learning activities, a daily news quiz, a reference collection, SAT practice, college information, and subject guides for English, mathematics, science, social studies, world languages, arts, health, and technology.
Learn all about the system that routes billions of messages each day!
Learn all about how Ethernet works and what it can do for you!
Firewalls have helped protect computers in large companies for years. Learn how firewalls work and why you might want one for your home network!
A basic step-by-step guide to how the Interent works.
Newsgroups are conversations between hundreds or even thousands of people. Learn how newsgroups work, where to find them and how to subscribe.
People use Web pages to talk about their hobbies, their businesses, their families and much more. By knowing how Web pages work, you can start making your own. Learn how to create, edit, upload and promote your Web pages so they are available all over the world!
How do Web servers and the Internet deliver Web pages from anywhere in the world to your computer? Now you'll know!
A library of resources for teaching and learning. Contains a reference center, reading room, a subject collection as well as other resources.
What do a paper clip, a driver’s license, and a calculating machine have in common? They are all part of a technology timeline scavenger hunt located at NASA’s Wright Flyer Online Website.
View lessons and activities by selecting a grade range and topic. Areas covered include Art, Health and Fitness, Math, Reading and Language Arts, Science and Technology, Social Studies, Early Childhood, Library Media and Technology Coordinators.
Power point and animations for teachers to use in their classroom. All content areas included.
The website states its purpose is to "provide educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction."
"TeachersFirst is a rich collection of lessons, units, and web resources designed to save teachers time by delivering just what they need in a practical, user-friendly, and ad-free format. We offer our own professional and classroom-ready content along with thousands of reviewed web resources, including practical ideas for classroom use and safe classroom use of Web 2.0. Busy teachers, parents, and students can find resources using our subject/grade level search, keyword search, or extensive menus."
A complete source for copyright information.
This is a daily quiz that students can take to quiz themselves on current events. There are links to educational articles in the New York Times which they read and ten take the quiz.