American School Board Journal covers trends and issues on a broad range of topics pertinent to school governance and management, policy making, student achievement, and the art of school leadership. In addition, regular departments cover education news, school law, research, and new books.
Converge features special reports and case studies focusing on strategies and leadership needed to address the complex issues surrounding education.
The online version of Creative Classroom includes articles and web links for teachers.
A selected and annotated set of links to sites for ejournals, which in turn provide links to individual titles and/or to other collections of links. In no instance does this SiteGuide point directly to individual electronic periodicals.
Education Update, a monthly free newspaper, deals with issues, people and events in education.
Education Week covers cover local, state, and national news and important issues in American Education from preschool through the 12th grade.
Produced by the University of Limerick for secondary school students. It contains articles on interesting aspects of science and technology.
An online community for educators offering educational resources for K-8 classroom teachers across the curriculum. It includes classroom projects, virtual field trips, professional development tips and many other resources (free and fee-based).
Bi-monthly, peer-reviewed online periodical which focuses on the creative use of information technology (IT) to enhance educational processes.
ISTE’s membership magazine, Learning & Leading with Technology, is one of our best! Learning and Leading is more than just the name of the magazine—the simple phrase encapsulates ISTE’s philosophy that technology is essential to school transformation and future opportunities for the 21st-century learners around the globe.
The publication is dedicated to a better understanding of ethnic, racial, and religious diversity. Written for teachers at all grade levels. A limited number of free features are available online.
A hyper-linked, searchable listing of journals and newsletters available on the internet
The Digest provides ideas, tips, coaching cues, and research on sports, fitness, and physical education. The Digest is a fee-based subscription; however, there are a limited number of free features.
Provides reviews of children's software, by parents, teachers and kids.
This website selection does several news story features each month on educational topics that are relevant to teachers. There is an archive of articles from past years where a teacher could find interesting and useful information.
T.H.E. Journal is dedicated to informing educators in order to improve and advance the learning process through the use of technology. Each issue contains news, trends, and “how-to” features for K-12 technology decision-makers as well as product reviews, best practices, peer-written articles, and “in-the-trenches” reporting.
Software reviews, online course registration/discussion groups and more.
Lesson plans and clear-writing dedicated to making the Internet an accessible classroom tool.
The Technology Source was a peer-reviewed bimonthly periodical (published from 1997 to 2003) whose purpose was to provide thoughtful, illuminating articles that would assist educators as they face the challenge of integrating information technology tools into teaching and into managing educational organizations.
The collection of Links to the Top 100 Computer & Software WWW Magazines and Journals. The site also provides the visitors with a Digest of Sample-Articles of the Top 100 Mag and brief quotes from them. This page consist of ABC-part of the alphabetically listed Top 100 Mag.
United States Technology Plan, The National Technology Plan including action steps, the Visions 2020 report on student view of technology, success stories, etc.