|Selected Web Sites of Interest to Teachers|
From the Children's Literature Web Guide, the most comprehensive guide to English-language children's book awards on the Internet.
A site by the Georgia Institute of Technology with listings of programs for the K-12 educational community.
Kathy Schrock's extensive guide to educator's sites.
Information for educators and those interested in improving the life of a young child.
Their database of 115,000+ sites has links to curriculum ideas, lesson plans, employment listings, site reviews and more.
The American Library Association's page that has links to over 700 sites for children, teachers, parents and caregivers.
History and Social Studies web sites for K-12 teachers.
Pacific Bell's site that lists sites by topic and gives each site a rating.
A K-12 math education web site.
From Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning, internet resources for lesson plans, activities and curriculum.
Teacher standards-based resources, as well as professional development.
From the U. C. Berkeley Space Sciences Laboratory.
An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust from the Florida Center for Instructional Technology. Includes student activities and teacher resources.
Teacher chatrooms, catalogs, lesson plans, etc.
Two professors have collected sites and curriculum resources for teachers to use in the classroom.