MISC. TEACHER STUFF



VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS AND SIMULATIONS

Online Museums- from the Museum of Online Museums. includes inInternational sites as well as domestic

Digital Library of Imagesfrom the New York Public Library

RUBRICS AND RUBRIC MAKERS

State of California Online Resources for Educators ( SCORE) - Motherlode of interactive resources sorted by subject matter.

Tutorials from Rutgers on Microsoft Products - These guides can be printed and cover programs step by step. Sr. Francis Xavier LaGrange, Illinois - Wiki page with lots of links by grade and curriculum. Math blog samples located here.

EducScape website - This site has so many resources that it is divided into sub areas because one site cannot hold it all. If you enter Serach and put in ANY term, you will be surprised at the amount of options, many of which are interactive



100 Best Teacher Tube Sites for Teachers-

from a Smart Teaching.org blog. The videos are sorted by subject matter .

Teacher Innovations -

created by a teacher in California, Chris Chiang. This site has tons of FREE applications that i are relatively easy to use. In addition to providing the applications, he provides tutorial information as well. A huge thank you to him!!

Misc. Student Stuff

Life Magazine archives have been stored on Google. What couldn't you do with that stuff?
Glogster - this program allows the students to create online, multimedia posters. not only "green' but very cool!!!