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The website provides the “what is”, “why”, and the “how to” explanations for using simulations as an effective... see more

The TEAMS project promotes inquiry science teaching in the elementary classroom by using digital technology to directly... see more

'How do objects end up in a museum? Discover the answer to that question from the artworks themselves in this app from... see more

The Michigan Education through Learning Objects (MELO) project is a cross-disciplinary collaborative effort that has... see more

Download the supporting PDF file for this episode http://bit.ly/bobJOD from the Learning to Teach Online project website.... see more

WatchKnow is a directory of free educational videos from a variety of sources on the Web. It uses a revised wiki format... see more

As you work through this guide, you and your students will use the skills of historians to peel away the layers of myth... see more

This website offers universally adaptable lab exercises as well as links to producers and vendors of adapted equipment... see more

The What Works Clearinghouse (WWC) develops an agenda for the education topic areas it will review each year. WWC... see more

This URL presents the idea that a lesson plan is more than a recipe. A good lesson plan incorporates multiple theoretical... see more

A list of links for Luso-Afro-Brazilian resources, organized by general subject.

SignWriting is very useful for Deaf children and adults in developing more precise thinking and focus in the use of sign,... see more

This web site, part of the larger site from the Exploratorium in San Francisco, features one of its most popular... see more

This site is a listing of math-related information in four categories: Student Center, Teachers' Place, Research... see more

This manipulative allows you to construct factor tree(s) of prime factors for one or two numbers, and then from the prime... see more

Classroom Connect.com provides this searchable data base of primary sources linked to the Library of Congress American... see more

Current research in Science Education emphasizes the importance of knowing students' previous ideas, conceptions... see more

A simulated, animated caliper and ruler that can be used to measure nuts, bolts, washer, penny, and little cube with... see more

This site offers links to authors who are willing to Skype to classes that are reading their books in school or for book... see more

'Biodiversity hotspots are a method to identify those regions of the world where attention is needed to address... see more

Classification can (and should) be used to illustrate more than a mere hierarchical grouping of organisms. This lesson... see more

'Comets are extremely old, icy and oddly shaped objects in our solar system. They are exciting for a few reasons: --... see more

Conceptua Math is a site containing free web tools to support teaching and learning about fractions. These tools are... see more