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Kathy Schrock's Guide For Educators

Kathy Schrock's Guide For Educators

This site is part of discovery .com and the discovery channel. This is a good site for teachers and parents, it has teaching tools, updates on whats on TV, a teachers store, clip art and links to many informative sites.


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Sandra Lee Jones
Sandra Lee Jones (Faculty)
19 years ago
I have used this site with my teaching methods and curriculum students and
interns in all teaching fields. Schrock's site is well maintained, and unlike
many similar sites, the quality of the linked material is reliably good. I have
also used this site to locate other web sites to reference and demonstrate in my
own classes. Navigation within the site is easy for the novice.
Teacher Education Editorial Board
19 years ago
This item has been triaged and will not be peer reviewed by the Teacher
Education Editorial Board.

This is an extensive list of resources that includes much variety in addition to
special ed. As an up-to-date list of links, it is not a ?learning object? and
does not merit review.
Tamarah Ashton
Tamarah Ashton (Faculty)
20 years ago
I have used this site with my student interns. They are teaching in their own
special education classrooms, but, for most of them, this is their first
teaching job. This website is a compilation of many, many links to some
excellent pages on topics from American Sign Language, to Gifted and Talented
Education, to Speech and Language. When we begin our discussion of developing
and writing lesson plans, I use this site as a reference for good ideas and
solid examples. It also contains links to professional organizations, and a
number of other sections which my teachers in training have found beneficial.

Technical Remarks:

Several of the linked websites require the latest version of QuickTime in order
to run.