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Selasa, 04 Mei 2010

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Popular Sites
  • PBS TeacherSource - features thousands of lesson plans and activities to choose from.
  • Asynchronous Learning Networks Web - dedicated to the promulgation, organization, and creation of knowledge about asynchronous learning networks (ALNs).
  • Yahoo! Education - features reference materials, online learning communities, and more.
  • WWW4teachers - for teachers powering learning with technology. Includes Web lessons, interviews, and discussions on using technology in education.
  • CyberBee - designed to help educators navigate the Internet with tips, updates on projects, and new sites.
  • MyClass.net - online tools for teachers, students, and parents, posting class-specific information, communicating, and collaborating.
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  • Asynchronous Learning Networks Web - dedicated to the promulgation, organization, and creation of knowledge about asynchronous learning networks (ALNs).
  • CyberBee - designed to help educators navigate the Internet with tips, updates on projects, and new sites.
  • Douglas Eyman's Digital Space at WISE - Pointers for writing teachers new to digital pedagogy. Also included is the online version of my MA Thesis: Hypertextual Collaboration in the Computer-Assisted Classroom.
  • Education Place - contact point for North Carolina teachers. With important links and hints on learning styles and using the internet in your classroom.
  • Farming the Web for Education - gives advice on research, publishing, instruction, and more.
  • History on the Internet Resource Guide - articles and resources plus insights into the benefits/pitfalls of using the Internet as a teaching tool for history and social studies.
  • I Love Teaching.com - ideas, lessons, and resources, plus, subscription based membership plans.
  • Instructional Technology Development Consortium - the ITDC provides teachers with staff development involving the integration of the Internet into K-12 curriculum. Student projects and activities are featured.
  • Internet for Educators - an educator's guide to getting the most out of the Internet.
  • LearnWorld - topic pages with texts and links for study by Readers. HTML templates to build a Web-based learning medium which is decentralized, configurable, and cumulative.
  • Matt Stanton's CyberEFL - designed for the EFL/ESL teacher who wishes to develop the skills necessary to create interactive JavaScript quizzes for the web.
  • Mr. K's Technology & Therapuetic/Academics Resources - contains lessons for K-12 classes, presentations for professional development, and information on conferences and workshops.
  • MyClass.net - online tools for teachers, students, and parents, posting class-specific information, communicating, and collaborating.
  • Networking K-12 - networking, local area networks, policy manuals and teacher resources for using the World Wide Web. Special areas of interest to school librarians and technology coordinators.
  • Nicenet - a free, web-based tool for use in the classroom. Create a custom site for your classroom with features like document sharing, messaging, conferencing and much more.
  • Nueva Library Research Goal - how to best search for what your need, how to cite sources taken from the Internet, and other things you need to know.
  • Online Poetry Classroom - from The Academy of American Poets. Encourages the development of new poetry curricula and teaching strategies by high school language arts teachers.
  • OnlineDelivery.com - information and resources for the online and distance learning instructor.
  • PBS TeacherSource - features thousands of lesson plans and activities to choose from.
  • Queen's-Bell Instructional Technology Gateway - assists educators new to technology in their efforts to find meaningful and productive ways of using information technology to promote learning.
  • Teacher's Lounge, The - friendly, interactive, online instructional guide to the Internet for teachers and other educators who are new to this technology.
  • Teaching Treasures - offers K-12 resources, projects, links, and worksheets.
  • TELUS Learning Connection - educators assess, create, and share internet resources integrated with K-12 curriculum, projects, research strategies, professional growth, mentorship, and communication technologies.
  • Think.com - provides online tools for student communication and collaboration in structured and protected environment. Free service provided by Oracle.
  • Tutorial Documentation - a filter for a CGI-compliant HTTP server that makes it slightly easier to develop tutorial style questions and have them presented by most Web browsers.
  • UK-Schools Mailing List Resources - for teachers and academics interested in the use of the Internet in schools.
  • University of Montana - Online Courseware Support - includes instructional design information and resources about teaching online classes.
  • Web Based Training Information Center - nonprofit resource designed for individuals and organizations developing and delivering training via Web. Share non-proprietary information, stimulate creative ideas, and link to training sites.
  • WGBY Educational Services - offers educational resources and lesson plans, including telecourses and GED preparation.
  • wNetSchool - Thirteen/WNET's practical Web service for K-12 teachers. Includes lesson plans based on channel Thirteen programming.
  • WWW4teachers - for teachers powering learning with technology. Includes Web lessons, interviews, and discussions on using technology in education.

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