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2003, Section 210




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Posted by Jamie Garrett (garretj1) on Tuesday, June 10, 2003 8:09am




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Posted by Benjamin Munoz (bmunoz) on Friday, June 20, 2003 8:38pm

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Posted by Jamie Garrett (garretj1) on Monday, June 23, 2003 9:53am




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Posted by Tiffany Lewis (lewist5) on Monday, June 23, 2003 12:05pm
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Posted by Benjamin Munoz (bmunoz) on Monday, June 23, 2003 6:42pm

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Posted by Dawn Leonard (dleonard) on Tuesday, June 24, 2003 5:22pm

Posted by Jamie Garrett (garretj1) on Tuesday, June 24, 2003 6:52pm

Posted by Janet Henson (jhenson) on Tuesday, June 24, 2003 8:38pm


Posted by Benjamin Munoz (bmunoz) on Tuesday, June 24, 2003 8:55pm

Posted by Katy Bleyle (bleyle) on Wednesday, June 25, 2003 9:18am

Posted by Daniel Balderson (balderso) on Wednesday, June 25, 2003 11:37am

Posted by Brandon Lawrence (blawrenc) on Wednesday, June 25, 2003 1:16pm




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Posted by Janet Henson (jhenson) on Wednesday, June 25, 2003 4:09pm
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Posted by Jamie Garrett (garretj1) on Thursday, June 26, 2003 7:49pm




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Subject: June 10th Website of the DayThe web site I want to let eveyone know about
iswww.abcteach.com. Mostly geared toward elementaryteachers, this site is full of resources for
teachers. The main page features a menu with eleven differentchoices from flashcards to theme
units. ABC Teachoffers teachers over 5,000 free printable pages. In theBasics area, you can print
off handwriting practice, ABCactivities, or other basic activities. Thr Researchsection offers
teachers report forms, report helpers,and even maps and flags. YOu can print
claenders,certificates, nametags, and bookmarks in the TeachingExtras section. The portfolio
section allows you toprint covers, forms, dividers, and assessments. If youare teaching a theme
such as animals or countries, theTheme Units section is a must. To help your studentswith reading
comprehension, there is an area useful forteaching test-taking tips. For fun, there are
puzzles,games, and word searchers to print off. The site alsooffers a Flashcard section and a
Forums section. In theForums, you can join on-line communites categorized invarious ways. All
of that is free. If you want tosubscribe to their site, it is $25.00 per year. You getadditional

Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayIn message 27 on Tuesday, June 10, 2003 8:09am,
JamieGarrett writes:>The web site I want to let eveyone know about is>www.abcteach.com.
Mostly geared toward elementary>teachers, this site is full of resources for teachers. Nice work,
Jamie. This is a exactly what I'm looking forin a WOD post.KC
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayThis is a great website. Although my area isn't
inelementary school, I can see how this would be veryhelpful. My favorite section was the
research/reportsarea. Teachers are always looking for these sorts ofthings. There was so much
information there- and linksto realted topics.
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the Dayabcteach.com was a very comprehensive site. You
areright though it is geared for primary. It did seem tobe after your subscription money, having
several placesto sign up. It did have a lot to offer for free thoughand that is what counts! Thanks
for sharing it with us. Joanna Martino
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayI often get linked to abcteach.com as I search yahoo
andgoogle for certaing themes or topics that I am teaching. A very valuable site, especially for
elementaryteachers. Dawn
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the Dayabcteach.com is a jewel for the elementary teacher.As
Iworked my way through the site, I came across the testmaker and immediately signed up for
free. Good deal!There are many sites just like it for teachers upthrough 12th grade, and parents
also. Thanks, Jaime, formaking us aware of this site. It just may prove to beuseful even for those
of us in the middle and uppergrades. One never knows!!!

Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayI looked at the abcteach.com site and it does have
somevery useful and interesting information for all gradesand I will sure have it bookmarked for
my future use. Another feature that I liked was the many links that Ican use.        Ben
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the Day Hi Jamie Excellent site! Though the
informationcontained in the site appears to be mostly forelementary school students, I believe
much of theinformation could be adapted to middle or high schoolstudents. I was so fascinated
with researching the sitethat I almost forgot to return and reply to yourmessage. I am sure I will
return to my bookmark for thesite many times. I particularly liked the readingsection which had
information on one of my favoritewriters, Judy Blume. It is easy to tell that the authorof this web
page did a very thorough job of researchingtheir urls. JH
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayJamie, I love this site too! In fact I was thinkingabout
using it for my site. I shared this site with thestaff at Darnell Elementary and we figure we have
saveda bundle of time and money because of this great site.It's wonderful to get so much free
from this site.

Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayWOW, this website defines why I am no longer an
Elem.Teacher. All this "cutesy" and artistic stuff is morethan I can handle. It is a very
comprehensive site, and offers a lot ofresources. I will probably be using this site for mychildren
as they develop. The best part is that most of it is free. This is veryimportant in these finincial
days.
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayExcellent site! I have used this before to
makeflashcards for my stars group it is very useful. I loveall of the free printables and author
information. Thanks for reminding me to bookmark it.
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayI have used this site on occasion. It has a lot tooffer,
though it seems to take a long time to clickthrough the hierarchy to get to what you want. I
alsohave an ongoing frustration with teacher web sites: itis very hard to find research or library
skillsavailable!
Subject: June 11 Web Site of the DayThe web site that I would like to introduce
iswww.lessonplanz.com. (Yes, that is a z at the end ofplanz. I wonder about that myself.) This
web siteproves to be a very comprehensive site for lesson plans,units, and printable materials for
teachers of all gradelevels. As a teacher, you can search the site by gradelevel, Subject area, or
theme. The web site contains abrowse feature where you can look through the materialsavailable
on this website. If you are in a hurry, thereis also a search feature where you can type in
whateveryou are searching for, and lessonplanz.com will bring upa listing of lesson plans, units,
and even links tosites that relate to your topic of choice. What Ireally like about this site is the
variety of activitiesand classroom experiences that are available. Everything from hands-on, to
inquiry-based, topaper-pencil activities are featured on the site. I have had a lot of personal
experience usinglessonplanz.com and recommend it very highly. I alwaysgo here first to search
for ideas and materials for anew theme or unit that I want to teach. The results Iget are usually
really good. This site has never failedme. Most of all, the ideas that I have taken from thesite

Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayThank you for the website. I like how the lesson
planshave the attachements or links you needed to make itfriendly to use. Thanks for the info.

Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayDawn lessonplanz.com is a good site, but again I feelit
is geared towards elementary even though advertisedfor all grades K-12. Has some really cute
lessons thatof course can be used for even for the middle gradessince most students are below
level anyway. Thanks forthe new site. I will bookmark it for future use.              Dawn
Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayDawn

Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayDawn

Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayI looked at the web site Dawn and it is really a greatsite.
The information is very interesting and hassomething for all grades which is what I have
beenlooking for. I didn't get to all the links becausethere are so many but I plan to go back and
review itmore in depth just as soon as I get sometime. Thanks Ben
Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayThis seems to be a great site, full of many differentkinds
of ideas. I spent some time looking through themath area since that is my area of emphasis.
There wasa lot of good lesson plans across grade levels andtopics. I have already bookmarked this
site. Joanna
Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayDawn,There is a variety of activites with each lesson
plan. No more thinking up a great hands on approach. Thanksfor sharing
Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayThanks for the great site Dawn! I found an
excellentlesson on Erosion for the fall. I tried to printoutsome of the printable materials and they
didn't turn outas I viewed them on the screen. Did anyone else havethis problem? Other than
that glich, I found the siteextremely useful.
Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayLooks like a good site. I liked having links to othersites.
I did not like all the pop up windows, however. Also, you need to do boolean searches in order to
getthe topic you really want. I put in "map skills"without the quotation marks and got around 500
hits,most on reading skills. With quotation marks it went toaround 50, most of which looked
useful.
Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayGood site. Even though I teach Secondary, I believe
Ican find useful information or ideas to use in myclassroom. Good Job.

Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayI have used this site many times. It has great plansthat I
have used. It has helped me with writing unitsand grammar units. Great site and good job. Jeff

Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayGreat site Jamie. I enjoyed all the printables, Iteach
special ed and these come in handy. I willbookmark it for future references Thanks Christy
Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayLessonplanz.com is quite extensive. My lesson plans
arequite simple but this is a good site to remember. Ilike the little play on spelling (z).
Maybelessonplan(s).com was already used Christy
Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayAnother great website. I have used this for my classesat
UNLV and have provided future teachers this resource.

Subject: June 12 WODI have found readinga-z.com to be a great website. This website has
downloadable books, lesson plans,worksheets, flashcards and poetry books. It is gearedmore
toward elementary and reading teachers. You cansubscribe to the website for $29.95/6 mo or
$49.95/12mo. This gives you access to over 400 books and lessonplans. You can access quite a
bit without having to payif you click on the preview button. There is a chartwhich correlates
Reading a-z books with DRA, Fountas andPinnell and Flynt and Cooter levels. (all are used
inCCSD) The worksheets for each book utilize graphicorganizers. As a primary teacher, I have
used leveledbooks, decodable books and flashcards from this site. These books are good for the
students who forget tobring back their daily readers---as they get to keepthem. These readers are
also great to send home overthe summer. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

Subject: june 10 WODI have gone to abcteach many times to search for themesand printables. It
has been very helpful each time. Great site! Thanks for letting everyone know! :)
Subject: June 11 WODAs a second year teacher, I am always looking on the netto find lesson
plans. Lessonplanz is a good place toget ideas for themes and extentions in the classroom!
Thanks!
Subject: June 13th Website of the dayTitle of Web site: NASA
KIDSURL:http://kids.msfc.nasa.govDescription: NASA KIDS offers a fun way for children tolearn
about NASA's activies using interactive tools andkid-attractive pages. NASA KIDS is an on-line
and/orprintable resource designed for elementary and middleschool students. Overall, this site
would be a valuableresource in the study of Earth and space science. Any ofthe topic pages could
be bookmarked for use onindividual topics.Kids can explore the following topics: Rockets
&Airplanes, Our Earth, Space & Beyond, Astronauts Livingin Space, Projects & Games, Creation
Station, and NASAToons. This site also has an easy-to-use search engine thatdelivers links and
articles. In addition, students can,with parental permission, join a free NASA KIDS club.Things
they can do include: send and receive e-mail withtheir own NASA kids e-mail account, receive e-
mailupdates about the latest news at NASA, projects to earnbadges and club rank, print out a
Certificate ofMembership and receive birthday greeting. Finally, NASAKIDS has an extensive
Teacher's Corner with links toresources, information, activities and lesson plans.NASA also has a
Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayThis site looks neat! I checked out the games
andactivities, since in my library setting independentbrowsing is encouraged. They are easy to
navigate,interesting, and engage the student. In fact, I had aparent coming into the library to
visit and she had towrite the website down for her son to use at home!

Subject: Re: June 12 WODAs an elementary librarian, the correlation of thedifferent leveling
criteria will be helpful, sincedifferent teachers may use different systems. However,I probably
would not use this website very often becauseit seems that everything I try to access demands
asubscription. Perhaps if I was in a classroom thiswould be a worthwhile investment.
Subject: Re: June 12 WODWish I had known about this site my first two years inCCSD when I was
teaching reading skills to 7th graderson 3rd grade level. Probably would have come in veryhandy.
Thanks for the site.
Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayTiffany,          I have actually used this site before, aswell
as the site for older kids. I agree that this siteis very kid friendly and lots of fun. The teacher's
linkis most useful and a place for the teacher to have somefun also. Thanks for reminding me
about it.
Subject: Re: June 12 WODLots of great things on this site but it is to bad somuch of the good stuff
requires subscription. Thanksanyway. Christy
Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayPretty nice website. Being in special ed many of
theseweb sites are not suitable for my class, but I had a funtime exploring and it could even be in
spanish. Great!Christy
Subject: Re: June 11 Web Site of the DayThanks for the great site Dawn. I can't believe all ofthe
great lessons and activities I found useful. I willdefinetely be using this one!
Subject: Re: June 12 WODTHis website seems very useful for elementary teachers. I personally
refuse to pay or subscribe to any websitethough. I don't think that I will ever use it, butthanks for
the information on it!
Subject: Re: June 12 WODI have done a lot of research on Flynt and Cooter inICG709 and have
found their style well received by CCSD.This seems like a great site for elementary teachers,but
not too much for me. I know this sounds cheap, butthere are other great resources that do not
charge asubscription.
Subject: june 13 wodThis NASA site looks really cool! Lots of activitiesfor kids to do while learning
at the same time. Greatfor home or school although I would probably feel morecomfortable using
it in a small group setting. Maybe Icould use it for those more advanced kids to do somefirst
grade research! Thanks!
Subject: June 16 Web Site of the dayI will not be close to a computer on Monday June 16th soI am
posting my assigned Web Site of the day early. Ihope no one minds. My web site choice
ishttp://www.beritsbest.com/. I tried and I don't knowhow to make it a hyperlink so you can just
click and goright there. If someone could help me there I wouldappreciate it.I like this site
because it has alot of great activitiesfor kids. Activity centers, crafts, coloring pages,especially for
girls, holidays & seasons, animals, andpenpals & chats for kids. It also has a homework help:
"Over the years, I've received lots of messages fromkids looking for information on different
topics,usually for their homework assignments. Unfortunately, Idon't have time to answer
everybody. In this month'scolumn, I'm going to show you how to find theinformation you need.
The Internet can be a greatresource--if you know how to use it effectively. Thereis so much
information on the Internet, but finding thespecific facts you need can be like looking for theneedle
in the proverbial haystack. You need to knowwhere and how to look for different types
ofinformation."This site is maintained since 1994 by a Librarian andshe has done a terrific job. I
Subject: Re: June 12 WODI've used this website before and you are right--it is agreat resource for
primary teachers. i h ad forgottenabout the site. I don't need primary things any longerbut I
saved it to my favorites just in case. Thanks,Joanna Martino
Subject: Re: june 13 wodNASA has sooooo much good stuff to offer teachers thatyou may not
know where to start. If you like thiswebsite you should contact the NASA educationpeople-they
will come to school and present ideas andprograms to the staff. They are super!! Great
site!!Thanks, Joanna Martino
Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayThis is a really great website. It has an
attractiveinterface and something for everyone inclding kids,parents, and teachers. I especially
like that it isavailable in Spanish. WHat a great way to include thoseparents and students who
speak English as a SecondLanguage! Thanks for the great site. I am going tobookmark it for use
with my space unit. Dawn
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayGreat site! I think that this site would be a
greatrecommendation for parents, because the sites are safe,educational, and fun. I am going to
add it to my ownwebsite on my parent's page. Thanks for the greatsite!Dawn

Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayBerit's is a cute site for primary kids to use. Althoughit is
not a good site for my present position, I know itwill be useful to me if my first library job is in
anelementary library. Seems like an easy site for littleones to search for information to complete
assignments,as well as a fun site to kick back and relax too. Littleones need to relax too! LOL

Subject: Re: June 12 WODThe weg site is ok but with so much free material on theinternet I don't
see any reason to pay for this one. However, in a bind it would come in handy. Thanks. Ben

Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayTiffany the one thing that I really liked about this
website is the fact that it has a Spanish section and mostpeople have no idea just how much that
means to astudent whose primary language is Spanish. Thanks for agreat site. Ben
Subject: Re: June 12 WODHi

Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayTiffany


Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayChristy
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayChristy the web site is really good for kids and has alot of
information that comes in handy for the youngergeneration I like the way it is laid out. The chat
areaand pen pal are aways good to get the kids intersted. It is great. Ben
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayThis seems to be a site with a lot of potential. iliked the
link to web sites designed especially forgirls. Why don't they have one for boys? Thanks,Joanna
Martino
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayThis one will be very helpful as a librarian in
findingrecommended sites to post for teachers. I also like thefact that a procedure for evaluating
websites is alsoincluded. Once again, it seems to be mostly aimed atelementary students.
Thanks!

Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayI have used this website before and love it. I taught
aunit on space last year teaching kindergarten and usedit to show my students many things.
There are greatpictures and informative areas for kids. I agree withyou, this is a great website!

Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayTiffany~ I love this website!! It totally rocks. Iwas on
it for quite awhile playing around. I have beenlooking for links to put on my web page and this
will begreat for my fifth graders. If anyone else out therehas any other good kid sites to add as
links to mywebpage please let me know. Thanks. Awesome siteTiffany :) Joelle
Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayDarcey~I agree with you and several of the
classmembers. The site is great for printing out take home books butit is expensive. Teachers
aren't rich and it's too badreading a-z charges so much. It might work well if yousplit the cost
with a few teachers at your school andthen printed the books at school with the laserprinters. Just
a thought. Thanks for reminding me ofthe site.
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayChristy, Great Site! My daughter and I had to check
outthe chics site. We enjoyed reading comments to auntieEmm and how she responded back. I
also will theInternet Safety sites for my Library web page. Thanks!
Subject: Re: June 12 WODLooks like a good, useful site. Thanks,
Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayThis is also a great site. A science teachers dream. Iwish
I could be in school and learn from these sitesinstead of my extremely boring 8th grade
scienceteacher. I
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayLooks like a great site for all ages. I like the wealthof
links that are available. Danny
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayThis is a neat site! I really like the section thatallows
kids to write to pen pals. I think that mystudents would enjoy that. I also like the printablesthat
are available.
Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayI like this website because of all the differentactivities
students can do. I hope that elemntaryteachers will use this site in teaching a science unitto their
students. Good site.

Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayIn message 149 on Monday, June 16, 2003 12:28pm,
JamieGarrett writes:>This is a neat site! I really like the section that>allows kids to write to pen
pals. I think that my>students would enjoy that. I also like the printables>that are available.
Hmmmmm....Maybe a resource for someone's communicationunit?KC
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayI have two nieces at the exact age this is for. I try togive
them learning software so they can can learn aspecific area and learn how to use their computer at
thesame time. This site is perfect for that.Good Job.
Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayExcellent Site! I asked if anyone had any other linksto
kid sites instead of teacher sites and you gave me a gold mine full. I love how easy it is for
theelementary grades. My 5th graders would have a ball. I can't wait to try the penpal section.
Subject: June 16 Website of the DayWell, I have a few. The first is <a href
="www.ccsd.net/jobs">www.ccsd.net/jobs</a>. Due to thelegislative session I am without a
work location. Iwill have job, I just do not know where.       This is abig soapbox, so I will not carry
on about how ourlegislators failed to do their job.Seriously though, as a certified PETC (Palm
EducationTraining Coordinator) I provide a lot of trainingthroughout the district on the use of
handhelds and howthey can be incorporated into the classroom. Whendiscussing good websites to
visit, the first websitethat I mention is <a href
="www.rainbowtech.org">www.rainbowtech.org</a>. This isa very comprehensive website, Shari
not only providesvisitors with her recommended applications for the Palm,but also provides you
with links to tutorials, and otheracademic websites that relate to handheld technology. While this
would be enough for most, Palm info is onlyone of six tabs that are available to you. She is
acertified librarian, and has a lot of great informationfor Informational Media Specialist. There are
is also atab for technology workshops. This is a great place tolook if you are looking to learn a

Subject: Re: June 16 Website of the DayCharles


Subject: Re: June 16 Website of the DayCharles I tried to access the two sites ccsd.net/jobsand
rainbowtech.org from your email but could notconnect. Just though I would let you know. Ben
Subject: Re: June 16 Website of the DayIn message 172 on Tuesday, June 17, 2003 8:47pm,
JanetHenson writes:>Charles

Subject: Opps, June 17, not 16 and fixed links. Well, I have a few. The first is
<ahref="http://www.ccsd.net/jobs" target ="new">www.ccsd.net/jobs.</a> Due to the
legislativesession I am without a work location. I will have job,I just do not know where.      This is
a big soapbox, soI will not carry on about how our legislators failed todo their job.Seriously
though, as a certified PETC (Palm EducationTraining Coordinator) I provide a lot of
trainingthroughout the district on the use of handhelds and howthey can be incorporated into the
classroom. Whendiscussing good websites to visit, the first websitethat I mention is <a
href="http://www.rainbowtech.org"target = "new">www.rainbowtech.org.</a> This is a
verycomprehensive website, Shari not only provides visitorswith her recommended applications for
the Palm, but alsoprovides you with links to tutorials, and other academicwebsites that relate to
handheld technology. While this would be enough for most, Palm info is onlyone of six tabs that
are available to you. She is acertified librarian, and has a lot of great informationfor Informational
Media Specialist. There are is also atab for technology workshops. This is a great place tolook if
Subject: Re: Opps, June 17, not 16 and fixed links.Wow! So much information! I liked the cyber
library atrainbowtech.org, as well as the links to using Palmswith the curriculum. Our school used
a grant to buyPalms for the 4th and 5th graders to use, and this wouldbe very useful to share with
the teachers. Thanks!
Subject: Re: June 16 Website of the DayHi! You are right, the CCSD is one every CCSD
teachershould have bookmarked and refer to occasionally-notonly for jobs, but for just keeping up
with what thedistrict deems worthy. Unfortunately, my browser wouldnot open the other sight-so
I couldn't view it. Thanks,Joanna
Subject: june 16WODberitsbest.com has some cute stuff for farms, dinos andbutterflies. These
are favorite first grade themes! Looks like a cool site. I will have to take more timeto explore!
Thanks!
Subject: june 17 wodThis seems like a good site for those techies out there!Im not so sure I will
use it. I don't think firstgraders need palm pilots! :) Pretty soon teachers likeus will be obsolete!
hee hee!!

Subject: June 18 WODJune 18th's Website of the Day is:http://school.discovery.com/This website
has something for everyone. There aresections designed specifically for teachers, students,and
parents. Teachers can find links to lesson plans,clip art, the teacherís store, and a puzzle maker
amongother things. Students can enjoy a variety ofactivities such as Fun and Games, Learning
Adventures,and Homework Help. For those math students there is anawesome Solver section that
is a great way to finishthat hard homework assignment. Parents can enjoy avariety of features
including a section describing tipsfor getting their kids to do their own homework.
Subject: Re: June 18 WODI use the puzzle maker at this site all the time. Iespecially like how
some of the lesson plans alreadyhave links to appropriate websites included.
Subject: Re: Opps, June 17, not 16 and fixed links.Charles I love this site. There are so many
resourceshere. I spent some time looking through it and realizedthat I will need a lot of time to
thoughoughlyinvestigate. I saved it to my desktop to do furtherexploration. I want to look at every
link. Thank you somuch!
Subject: Re: Opps, June 17, not 16 and fixed links.Charles the ccsd web site is really a great site
and hasa lot of the information I need for my own career andthe rainbowtech is very informational
I will have to goback and look at it more in-depth as soon as I have alittle time. Thanks a lot.
Ben
Subject: Re: june 17 wodDarcy teachers like you will never be obsolete you arethe ones that
really set the tone for our futurestudents and without people like we would never succeedin
education. Thanks for teachers like you. Ben
Subject: Re: June 18 WODBrandon I tried to open the link on your email but hadno success I'll
have to tried another way. Ben

Subject: Re: June 18 WODI love this site. Not only does it have great info forteachers,parents, and
kids, but I use it to see what ishappening on all of those tv stations. Thanks.   Dawn
Subject: Re: June 18 WODI just spent approximately 30 minutes in one of myclasses exploring
this site! It is definetly worthusing. Puzzlermaker alone has tremendous potentialacross grade
levels and content areas.
Subject: Re: June 18 WODThis website is one I have used in my first grade class. I really like the
lesson plans and various video clipsthat are available. Good choice!
Subject: Re: June 18 WODI love this school discovery site. I have used it withmy 5th graders for
the past two years. It has so much information for everyone: parents, teachers, and students.
Thanks for reminding me how awesome it is.
Subject: Re: June 18 WODI love the clip art!!! I've never really checked it outbefore. I'm in search
of clip art for web page and I'llprobably use one here. Thanks!
Subject: June 19th WODI know this is early but, mornings are crazy for me-sohere they are (I had
to pick two): 1. http://schoolnotes.com This web site offers teachers aFREE place to create a
classroom web site. I think thiscould be a quick and easy way to communicatetelectronically with
your students and their parents. 2.www.pbs.org/teachersource/math.htm This web site is
aparticularly good site for investigative math ideas forall grades and concepts. This site is a good
resourcefor all teachers who want to offer their students morethan traditional algorithims, but
instead understanding.

Subject: Re: June 18 WODWhat an awesome site. I have used the puzzlemaker tomake puzzles
that go along with whatever we arestudying. I also like that they have it divided forteachers,
parents and students. Thanks for reminding meof this great resource.Dawn Leonard

Subject: Re: June 19th WODThis looks like a great resource. If we are ever unableto keep our
websites on the COE server, it's nice toknow that there is somewhere else that will host them. I
also like the different links to awards andflashcards. A great site for future use. Dawn
Subject: Re: June 19th WODJoanna you are right this site is a great resource siteit has something
for everyone that is into teaching. Thamks Ben
Subject: Re: June 19th WODJoanna,schoolnotes seems very easy to use. I like how it can
bedirectly linked to your school web site too.
Subject: Re: June 19th WODschoolnotes looks like it would be easily maintainableand easy for
students and parents to access at home. With all the business of teaching, I like these
simplealternatives for when you don't have much time.

Subject: Re: Opps, June 17, not 16 and fixed links.Charles


Subject: Re: Opps, June 17, not 16 and fixed links.Dawn


Subject: Re: Opps, June 17, not 16 and fixed links.Charles


Subject: Re: june 17 wodDarcey

Subject: Re: June 18 WODWow, Brandon, this site is terrific. I couldn't stopmaking bookmarks. So
much stuff is in here for teachers.Janet

Subject: Re: June 19th WODJoanna


Subject: Re: June 18 WODDawn


Subject: Re: June 18 WODI agree 100%. Janet

Subject: Re: June 18 WODYes, I agree, it is an awesome site. Janet

Subject: Re: June 19th WODGreat site for teachers Joanna. Janet
Subject: Re: June 18 WODKaty, I agree, having links to websites for the lessonplans is a good
idea. Janet
Subject: Re: June 18 WODBrandon, I love the Discovery Channel on TV. This wasjust as
informative. I also like clip art. I enjoyuseing different clip art to brighten up papers and
myclassroom. Thanks for your contribution Christy
Subject: Re: June 19th WODJoanne, Interesting sites. I never thought about havinga classroom
web site. I wouldn't work in special ed,but what a great idea for general ed kids. It opens upalot
of possibilities. Thanks for sharing, Christy

Subject: Re: June 18 WODThanks a lot Brandon. You have just used the website Iwanted to post. I
have used this site several times.This is a great web site. The puzzle builder is great tomake
crossword puzzles for weekly vocabulary. ThanksBrandon, now I have search for my site. Jeff
Subject: Re: June 19th WODI like the matrix area for lesson plans on this site. You can put in a
keyword and it matches many lessons toyour keyword. Great resourse! I already have
aclassroom website, but for those who don't, this is agood place to create one.
Subject: Re: June 18 WODThanks for the website. I like the stuff on healthyliving. I am suprised
and glad they put that in there. Danny
Subject: Re: June 19th WODAnother good one. I never knew there was so many usefulsites for
teachers to use.
Subject: Re: June 19th WODWhat a great, and useful, site. I may just put it togood use once
school opens in the Fall. I know my schoolhas an area on our school web site that teachers
canpost grades and parents/students can look their gradesup. This would be a plus on top of that.
Dawn B.
Subject: Re: June 19th WODSounds like a great idea Dawn. I student teach in theFall. I think I will
see what I can do with it. Janet

Subject: Re: June 18 WODBrandon, Thanks for the site. I especially like thecurriculum section,
and video links with the site. Thesites for the parents are useful. The puzzlemaker is ahit.

Subject: Re: June 19th WODI looked into some of the teachers' sites and they weregreat. I like
the animation and the music in thebackground. I think this is great for parentscommunication.

Subject: Re: June 10th Website of the DayJamie, Thanks for the site. This site is good forparents
to have access. They are always looking forflash cards and now they have a lot to choose from.
Itis cheaper to pay a membership fee than pay for all ofthose at Learning is Fun.
Subject: Re: June 19th WODI've seen this site before and it is really good I haveit bookmarked to
revisit because it is worth it. Ben
Subject: Re: June 19th WODI picked this site for one of my sites for project two.This could be a
great back up for our COE or ourschool's website.
Subject: June 6 Website of the DaySorry, for being late. I didn't look at the roleassignment
properly and discovered I make a mistake. http://illuminations.nctm.org/ is part of the
NCTM(National Council of Teachers of Mathematics). You canview it by Grade level band or view
by the type ofcontent. The Grade Level Band has numerous activities andresources that are
designed for teachers at specifiedgrade level. The Viewing by Type of Content is divided into
5sections: 1. Lesson Plans - effective for planningInternet based lessons. The sites gives real-
world datathat can be implemented into your lesson. 2. Selected Web Resources -this component
has webresources that were reviewed by a panel of experts. Twoways to view the resources by
selecting on a standard, agrade band or a combination of both. Over 1100 websitesare available
for viewing. 3. Interactive Math Tools - If you are looking for labactivities, this is the best part.
Just make sure thesite is properly working. The Java applets can bedownloaded and used online
or offline. All the lessonsare interactive, children can explore math conceptshands on. A neat way
for students to investigateconcepts and being active participants. 4. i-Math Investigations - this
Subject: Re: June 12 WODDarcey, This site is a great resource for schools thathave limited budget
for novels. Can you reproduce thebooks as many as you want once you downloaded theselected
item?

Subject: Re: June 13th Website of the dayThis site is great for students to get ideas andresources
for science fair projedts. It is more factualreading and it is kids friendly. Thanks for the site.

Subject: Re: June 16 Web Site of the dayI noticed a lot of the links on the craft and Kids onthe Net
section failed and they haven't fix the brokenlinks. Maybe I'm just not having a good day.
Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayI have used this website before and like it. Ilike thefact
that the lesson are aligned with the NCTM standardstoo!
Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayI love this site already-You chose a great site! I planon
including it as a link on my web page. Thanks, Joanna
Subject: Re: June 19th WODJoanna~ The schoolnotes site is something I willdefinatly use in
the fall. I like the flashcardelement. I can't wait to explore it some more. Thanksfor the
awesome site.
Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayEvangeline~ The illuminations site is so veryhelpful. I
feel like math is my weakest

Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayEvangeline I just looked at the site and it is great Ijust
wish I was into math because it has some very goodinformation in the math area. Thanks Ben
Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayI think the organization of this site makes it easy
tonavigate and find specific
Subject: wod 6/20 The site that I chose to evaluate ishttp://www.teachervision.com. As it
mentions in thename, the specific group that this site is primarilycreated for is teachers. By
looking through thecontents briefly, it appears to be more specificallygeared toward elementary
school teachers, but there aremany resources for educators of all grade levels, aswell as for
parents. With this site, users have a placeto go and find fresh ideas that can hopefully make
theirlives a little bit easier. Until recent years, there were no places
likehttp://www.teachervision.com that enabled teachers to goto and get these new ideas.
Teachers were forced tosimply share amongst themselves, most likely in theirown schools. Now
however, because of this new medium,teachers are able to access much more.As soon as a user
accesses the site, there areconvenient, easy to read menus, which guide the teachertowards main
parts of the page. At the top of the site,there are new lesson plans about upcoming events
andholidays, and right under it are the more usual lessonplans that a teacher may need. There is
also a lot ofinformation on specific school
Subject: Re: wod 6/20I really like this site. The classroom management andmaterials links can
definetly be useful. Good site. Jeff

Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayBefore moving to Las Vegas three years ago, I was a
mathleader in the Urban Systemic Initiative. I did teacherin-service sessions at local, regional,
statewide andnational math conferences, such a NCTM. I loved it andmiss it a lot. This site would
have been an excellantresource. Wish I had known about it then. I am going tosend it to a friend
back in Philly who is still a partof the group. She will love it. Thanks   Dawn B.
Subject: Re: Opps, June 17, not 16 and fixed links.Charles, Thanks for the Palm Site. It is nice to
knowhand held technology is reaching the classroom. It is anice tool to have and being able to
incorporate in theschools.

Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayEvangeline,I took the NCTMIlluminations Web Site Tour. It
was veryimformative and it answered a lot of my questions I hadabout the site. I don't teach
math, but my daughtersneed the extra help in math. This summer I plan onhaving them go to this
site for the interactive lessonson-line. They'll have to wait until I'm finished withthis class.

Subject: Re: wod 6/20Dawn,After spending so much time on my web page, the web pagehelper is
what caught my eye at this site. They evenhave automated content feeds to keep the site fresh
withaward-winning educational content. It does cost $23.95,but I thinks it would be worth it. I
looked at some ofthe examples and they looked awesome! They put my webpage to shame.
Subject: Re: wod 6/20Dawn I just reviewed the teachervision site and it isreally good in fact I
found some information that I canuse for my other class. Thanks a million. Ben

Subject: Re: wod 6/20Dawn


Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayEvangelina


Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayEvangelian

Subject: Re: wod 6/20Dawn, Thanks for the site. The Graphic Organizer is agreat resource. It is
user friendly and the printablescame out great. Other links are informative as well.
Subject: Re: wod 6/20Dawn, this is a wonderful resource. I've used this sitein the past and have
it bookmarked. It contains a lotof useful materials and ideas. Thanks for reminding myto take
another look at it.
Subject: Re: wod 6/20Thanks Dawn, I will definately book mark this one. Ilike the research based
classroom management strategies. Not many sites get this technical. This site is goodfor teachers
and professors.

Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayLooks like a good one

Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayEvangeline,What a great website. I love the way the
lesson plansconnect math with other areas of the curriculum. Theunits are very interesting and
motivational forstudents. This will definitely be a website I sharewith my colleagues.Dawn
Subject: Re: wod 6/20Dawn, What I really like about the site is that it goesbeyond the usual
lesson plans. It covers lesson plans,plus awards and classroom management forms. I plan touse
some of them to make my management more efficient. THanks for the great site! Dawn L.

Subject: Re: wod 6/20Dawn B.~ I love the teachervision website. I haveused it in the past for
printables and lesson plans. Iwas able to explore more of it and I can't wait to spendsome
extended time on it throughout the sunmmer. Thanksfor reminding me how great it is. Joelle
Subject: Website of the day for Monday 6.23I know it's only Sunday, but I have to drive up to
Utahand rescue my hubby by bringing him a new axle for hisJeep. So, please enjoy a few online
database siteswhile I am away.       I took three technology coursesgiven by the ECS (or people
who used to be ECS & TOSAs)this past week and I couldn't decide what website touse. I choose
online databases because I think studentson all gradelevels, parents, and teachers can use
themalike. Remember when you would have to go that old blueWorld Book Encyclopedia's to
retrieve research? Wellnow you can try one of these site. There are usernames& passwords so
please pay attention to that when you tryand access them. You may want to print this page as
areference.1. Grolier: three online encyclopedias: EncyclopediaAmerican, Grolier Multimedis
Encyclopedias, and The NewBook of Knowledge. To access: http://go.grolier.comLogin: nevada
Password: silver2. EBSCO: full text articles from thousands ofperiodicals, past and present. to
access:http://search.epnet.com/ Username: nvschools Password:password3. Facts on File Science
Online (with four encyclopediadatabases) Anatomy & Physiology, Life Sciences, EarthSciences, &

Subject: Re: Website of the day for Monday 6.23Aah, the librarian's right hand! I incorporate
thesedatabases in my lesson plans quite often. I especiallylike the Grolier site because with all the
differentreading levels I service, there is always something foreveryone. Katy
Subject: Re: wod 6/20Thanks for reccommending this website. I especiallyappreciate the
classroom management section

Subject: Re: wod 6/20Good site Dawn. I bookmarked it. I especially like thefree stuff section
where it offers various free thingsfor teachers!

Subject: June 23 Website of the DayHello everyone. The website that I have chosen
is:http://www.ed.govThis is the U.S. department of educations wedsite. Iwas really surprised with
all that it had to offer. There is lots of information for students, parents,teachers, principals, and
higher educators. The sitehas all the current news dealing with education acrossthe nation. It
also has lots of current research &statistics in many different areas. Fro the students,it provides
information on such things as 1) variouslearning resources, 2) preparing for college, 3) Findingthe
right college, 4) Financing the college education. For parents it has such things as helping you find
theright school in your neigborhood and information on thedifferent types of schools out there.
For teachersthere are plenty of resources in all different
Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayDaniel-nice addition to our WOD. Info on "No Child
LeftBehind" as well as a lot of other great stuff. Thanks,Joanna
Subject: Re: Website of the day for Monday 6.23This is a great website with lots of free
information.
Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the Day- Really June 24I guess I was moved to Tuesday. So I
will repost thistomorrow. I was a little anxious.Danny
Subject: Re: Website of the day for Monday 6.23Joelle,Yes, us librarians use the Groiler and Ebsco
site a lot.I havn't used the science site, so I went to check itout. I really liked the diagrams since
I'm a visualperson. The time lines are awesome!Thanks!
Subject: Re: Website of the day for Monday 6.23Joelle        I've used EBSCO a lot, but I really love
TheNew Book Of Knowledge. I looked up all kinds of stufffor my ancient civ classes, not to mention
the otherneat stuff for kids. WOW!!! Can't wait to use it thisschool year. I do not teach science, but
just for my ownenjoyment, I plan on spending time in that site. Nevertoo old to learn new things.
Thanks for showing those tous.           Dawn B.

Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayIt never occurred to me that a site like this would
bechocked full of really relevant information. I found somuch that applied to all the different parts
of my life,from teacher stuff, to parent stuff, to help with myresearch methods class. Great site!
Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayGood website. There was a lot of information on the
"nochild left behind" stance. The graph on money spent perchild and reading scores is confusing
though.Good site.Jeff

Subject: Re: Website of the day for Monday 6.23Joelle


Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayDaniel

Subject: Re: Website of the day for Monday 6.23Joelle I looked at the three sites and they are
verygood. The grolier is a good encycopedia site, ebsco Ihave used before and it has good
information fofweb isreally a winner for science. Thanks. Ben
Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayDaniel I looked at ed.gov and it does have a lot of
goodinformation. I will bookmark it for future use. Thanks. Ben
Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayDaniel, Thanks for the ed website. I couldn't believethe
links involved in this site. There are so manyresources. I am trying to download one right now
inregards to important history documents. It will take along because of the phone line. Thanks
for the info.
Subject: Re: Website of the day for Monday 6.23Joelle, I am taking a research methods class
where wehave to find and print journal articles so that we maycritique them. The epnet site is a
wonderful timesaver. I can now print these articles from home insteadof having to go to the
library, pulling a book off theshelf, and printing the article. I wish I would haveknown this site a
few weeks ago. Thank you.

Subject: Re: Website of the day for Monday 6.23I too have used Ebsco extensively but never for
science. It is a great site, containing a tremendous amount ofinformation. Joanna Martino
Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayI enjoyed the link to the information to teachers.
Herethey gave great advice for new teachers. I wish I hadseen these site prior to my first year of
teaching. Ithink it would have helped me greatly that first year.

Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayVery informative site! I have used it before and likeit!
Subject: June 18 WODDiscovery.com is a great discovery! Veryeducational....lots of resources. I
noticed you canpurchase the Blue Planet tapes there (muchoexpensive)..my kids love those
videos. I will have tospend more time exploring. I think it's funny that theyhave a link titled "If
you don't like your child'steacher"!! Thanks!
Subject: June 19 WODIt's good to know there is something out there likethis. I had thought about
posting notes and stuff formy class my first year of teaching...but never did. NowI know where I
can go if I don't do it through school!Thanks!
Subject: June 6 WODThis math website is awesome! I use Saxon math in myclassroom but we
always need to supplement it with extrastuff. There are great lessons on ILLUMINATIONS.NTCM
tohelp take math further and make sure students reallygrasp the meaning!
Subject: June 20 WODDawn Teachervision is a super website! I have used itbefore but kind of
forgot about it! Ya gotta love thefree printables! I really like the graphic organizersand the info
on different assessment tools. thanks!

Subject: june 23 WODJoelle The encyclopedia websites look like goodresources. I couldn't get
past the user id andpassword. I did however see a link for the youngerstudents which is good for
my first graders! I willhave to see if my librarian has an ID and password whenI return to school.

Subject: june 24 WODDaniel Good site for government resources. Theyactually have useful links
for teachers, like how to doa job search...why teach...how to improve studentlearning! :) Thanks!!
Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayVery informative site. I especially liked the "newteacher"
suggestions.
Subject: June 25th WODThe website I chose
is:http://www.curriculum.edu.au/download/lesspln/lesson.htmThis site gives teachers free access
to lesson plans. Itcovers every
Subject: Re: June 25th WODHummmmmmmmmmmmm. This is a very interesting site.However
did you find a site from Australia? Interestingto see how lessons are done there. Some good
lessonideas. Not sure I would get much use, cause I teach aspecific thing, ancient civilizations.
General math,science, etc..might be able to use it. Thanks.          Dawn B.
Subject: Re: June 25th WODJeff~ Great web site! I checked out math & sciencelesson plans and
they were great. I bookmarked it so Ican go back when I have more time to pick and choosewhat
I would like to print out. Thanks~Joelle
Subject: Re: June 23 Website of the DayDaniel~ Great website ed.gov!! It was full of so
muchinfor mation. I was on it so long, my eyes began tohurt. I learned about TeachAmericorp
and some otherprograms! Thanks!
Subject: Re: June 25th WODVery nice website. Very interesting to see howAustralian education
works. Thanks.Dawn
Subject: Re: June 25th WODIt's a good idea to offer free lesson plans, but theselection is not as
vast as many other websites createdfor teachers!

Subject: Re: June 25th WODJeff

Subject: Re: June 25th WODJeff I looked at the site and it is really a good one Isure like the
lesson plans and I will surely use it inthe future. Thanks. Ben

Subject: Re: June 25th WODLooks like a good bookmark. I liked the reader'stheater lesson.
Subject: Re: June 25th WODLooks like some good lesson plans. Nice that they arefree. Health
and P.E. (my area) only had one and it waspretty vague.
Subject: Re: June 25th WODJeff, Nice site! I teach math and some of the freelessons posted on
this site look very interesting. Thiswill make a great resource.

Subject: Re: June 25th WODJeff- I have never stumbled across this site before. Itwas full of all
kinds of things. I hope to be teachingmath, but with No Child Left Behind, I don't know whereI'm
going to wind up. I think I'll save this site forfuture reference. Thanks, Joanna Martino
Subject: Web Site of the Day: June 26Hi
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26I couldn't access the first site. I really enjoyedlooking
at Sites for Teachers, though. There were a lotof TESL resources, which are also hard to find.
Thanks!
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Janet- Two of the sites wouldn't open for me. The
lastsite about multi cultural had a Holocaust link that wasfabulous. Presenting concepts about
"Loss of Freedoms"is a concept that I truly believe in. I have alreadyadded this site to my
favorites and will definetly begoing back to. Joanna Martino
Subject: June 20 WODMy WOD is www.pedagonet.com. While this site has adistinct international
flavor, the resource exchange,contacts, and lesson plans seem to to useful.

Subject: Re: June 20 WODKarl- Great site with great links. I really liked thegrade pro site. i think
it holds a lot of applicationpotential in the classroom. There is also a link toinsectlopedia.com. I
could see elementary kids havingfun, but still learning there. Thanks, Joanna Martino
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Janet I checked out web sites and two of them I
couldnot link to homen.k12 and hotwired which is Webmonkeyfor kids. Just for teachers is good
but they want 7.95to use in. The other two sites are great, website forteachers and the
Multicultural site are really good. Thank you. Ben

Subject: Re: June 20 WODKarl it is a great site and I will bookmark it for thefuture. Thanks. Ben
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Janet, This looks like a good helper for those that
wantto make a really nice website. I wish they would showsome examples for free. Given the
cost, I think I'llstick with netscape composer.

Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Janet, Great sites! I really enjoyed thesiteforteachers
website. I found some excellentresources for some of my students who are strugglingwith algebra
concepts. There is a cool section thatgraphs equations which my students will enjoy. Welldone!

Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26I love the webmonkey site, and the multicultural
sitesare great. I seem to be having trouble getting to theother three sites. Webmonkey may be
what to use to teachthe kids how to design a web site in the fall. I willhave to look it over better
and decide. I just finishedtaking Multicultural ed in the spring, so I already havebeen to many of
those sites, but I see a few that lookinteresting to still visit. Thanks     Dawn B.
Subject: Re: June 20 WODHad a hard time finding resources that were free on thissite. The lesson
plan area seems like it has potential,but it is limited. I am glad that you get a lot fromthis site. If it
helps anyone, even just one, it isuseful. And I am sure it helps many more than one.Thanks for
the opportunity to look it over.            Dawn B.
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetLet's see if these are any better. 1. Web Page
Designand Assessing Student
Technology:http://www.holmen.k12.wi.us/bookmarks/elementary/staffdevmarch27/.2. Just 4
Teachers: http://www.expage.com/just4teachers.3. Sites For
Teachers:http://www.sitesforteachers.com4. WebMonkey For Kids (I believe this site was on
ourprofessors Assessments section of WebCT):http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/kids.5. This
site had many sites for teachers: ImprovingInstructional
Effectiveness:http://www.mhtc.net/~dharycki/IEEwebsites.html

Subject: Re: June 20 WODDawn
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetOk, let's try this one again : Just 4
Teachers:http://www.expage.com/just4teachers.
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetWeb Monkeys For
Kids:http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/kids/ Hope thisworks better Ben.
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetImproving Instructional
Effectiveness:http://www.mhtc.net/~dharycki/IIEwebsites.html. Hmmm,guess I will do this until I
get it right. Janet
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: Janetincludes attachmentMaybe a download will work
better.
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetJanet I got them to work finally and I can say
they aregood. Ben
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Janet, Some valuable resources that you have provided.
That Siteforteachers.com is a great comprehensive listto check out. I also really likes that
Multiculturalsite. I will let the multicultural committee at myschool know about it for when we
plan special monthactivities. Dawn L.
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Janet...good choice of sites. I like how the sites
forteachers offers you different link to various sites forteachers.
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetJanet~ Webmonkey for kids looks like a lot of
goodinformation and fun for my 5th grade students. I planon spending more time on that site
researching how I canuse it in my classroom in the fall. I would love to useit weekly while in the
computer lab. Thanks! Joelle
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Even though I am not a K-12 teacher,
thesitesforteachers is a great resource. I found someareas and links that will work for my
students. Thanksfor the tip!
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Janet,I couldn't get some of the links to work directly
fromyour page. The first one didn't work and webmonky. Ityped in the webmonkey URL and it did
work. My favoritesite of these four is the sites for teachers. It has allof my favorite sites on this
one site. The URL is easyto remember too. Thanks!
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetJanet,Yes the sites come right up.Thanks for
resending.
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetThe monkey site is great to learn html and
scripting forweb sites. Vangie Cool site...
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetThanks, I already knew about this site and put it
on myown web page, but Dr. Crippen also has it on theassessment page. Janet
Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayDawn, I was interested in the standards section of
thisgreat website. It is nice to have the standard easilyavailable for teaching and assessments.
Christy
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day: June 26Janet, I really like the multiculural link. I wasgreat. I
visited the Native American Project an viewedthe gorgeous pictures of participants in full regalia.
Great site. Christy
Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayThe marcopolo site was fun. Have you visited theircurrent
featured site: the Texas assciation? Looks likea very active group.
Subject: Re: Try Web Site of the Day again: JanetNice web site Janet. This will be great for
elentaryteachers. I especially liked the projects page, wherestudents can make their own birthday
invitations. GoodJob. Jeff

Subject: Re: June 6 Website of the DayYes, I have, it is a busy place. Janet
Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayToday is my turn at the wheel for recommending a WOD andI
have picked this one, it is in Canada and it had somevery good information on lessons and links to
some othergood information for teachers:http://www.media-
awareness.ca/english/teachers/index.cfm. Ihope everyone likes it and I await your comments.
Ben

Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayBen

Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayGreat site, Benjamin! I really liked the lesson archivewhere you
could specify grade level and topic. Greatchoice!Dawm L.
Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayGreat site-very different from most of the other WOD. Great place
to wander around.
Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayThis looks like it will dovetail nicely with informationliteracy and
research skills. With technology advancingso rapidly, we need to stay on top of these issues
withour students. Thanks!
Subject: July 1 WODMy choice for website of the day ishttp://www.factmonster.com. This is a kid
friendlyresource site with an encyclopedia, almanac, dictionary,thesaurus, homework help, games,
literature quizzes,etc. It is operated by Information Please.
Subject: Re: July 1 WODKaty what a great site of information it really has manyof the facts
students need and a neat set up. Bem

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Subject: Re: July 1 WODI really enjoyed this site and will use it with my kids!
Subject: Re: July 1 WODKaty~ I love the fact monster web site. I printed outthe list of
frequently misspelled words for my students. I think this will be a great site for them to useduring
their research projects. Thanks~Joelle

Subject: Re: wod 6-30Ben~ I thinkhttp://www.media-awareness.ca/english/teachers/index.cfm.
isa great site. It has great reminders for teachers,parents and kids. I liked that it had sections
thatappeal to everyone, parents, teachers, & kids. Thanks~Joelle

Subject: Re: July 1 WODKAty-Great site I really enjoyed the Harry Potter stuff!
Subject: Re: wod 6-30Joelle- I didn't spend much time at this site but itlooks like it has a lot of
good information foreveryone. There are so many good sites I sometimes findit difficult to utilize
them all efficiently.
Subject: Re: July 1 WODKaty, this is a great site for students (or even ateacher) to do some
research on. I jumped in to thesports section and found a lot of good information. This will help
with my inquiry unit plan, ThanksDanny

Subject: Re: wod 6-30Thanks Joelle. Ben
Subject: Re: July 1 WODKaty,What a great website! I can see the variety ofactivities and
information that it gives. Greatrecommendation. A definite bookmark!Dawn
Subject: Re: July 1 WODKaty, Thanks for the site. My students can use the linkon Today's History
and B-day. We have a tv spot atschool and we are always looking for info to add to ourshow.
Evangeline
Subject: Re: July 1 WODKate,I introduced this site to my students last year and itbecame one of
their favorite sites. It's great!
Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayVery interesting site. The lesson library has some goodlessons.
Not sure if any will benefit me now, but when,and if, I get a library position, this site seems likeit
could be more useful. Thanks Ben.                     Dawn B.
Subject: Re: July 1 WODKaty       I love this site. It has a lot of "facts" thatI will be able to use for
n my ancient civ classes. Ialso squeeze in civics if time and there are greatresources for that as
well. Very inviting site! Thanks,     Dawn B.

Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayDawn I am praying that everything will work out. Ben
Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayThey get into some very interesting issues on this site. You
usually do niot see controversial
Subject: Re: July 1 WODReally kid friendly. It does not take forever to loador react to your input.
Kids should have fun with this.
Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayBenjamin, Great site! I like the cool tips for summerfun. Ideas
to keep kid away from the TV and video gamesduring the hot summer. I also clicked on the
Frenchversion just for fun. Christy

Subject: Re: July 1 WODWOW! What a great site. Kids can go and look up anyanswer. I bet the
Harry Potter Quizzes and spotlightsare very popular with kids right now. Cool site. Christy

Subject: Re: Web Site of the DayChristy that was a feature I thought was good for kidstoo. Ben

Subject: Re: July 1 WODGreat site. There is a lot of activities for kids to do.Good job. Jeff

Subject: june 20 WODKarl Good database on this website for lessons. Willhave to bookmark it!
Would use the grade pro if wedidn't already have it at my school. Thanks for theresource!
Subject: june 26 WODJanet WOW! A lot of sites! I think my fav issitesforteachers.com. There
are lots of links and freeworksheets! Thanks!
Subject: june 30 WODBen Lots of info on safety! Very helpful to teachers. Will share with others!
Thanks!

Subject: Re: june 30 WODThanks Darcey. Ben
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Website                 Purpose                  Content Area




http://www.abcteach.co
m                      Teacher Productivity      Any




www.lessonplanz.com     Teacher Productivity     Any




www.readinga-z.com      Teaching Material        Reading




http://kids.msfc.nasa.go Teaching Material/Online
v                        Use with Students        Science




www.beritsbest.com/     Sudent activities        Any
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                         Professional
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www.beritsbest.com       Teacher Materials      Any




                          Teacher
http://school.discovery.c Materials/Student
om/                       Activities            Any




http://schoolnotes.com   Teacher Productivity   Any




www.pbs.org/teachersou Student
rce/math.htm           Activities/Lesson Plan   Math
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http://illuminations.nct   Teacher/Student
m.org/                     Resources            Math


http://www.teachervisio Teacher/Student
n.com                   Resources               Any


                           Teacher/Student
http://go.grolier.com      Resources            Any




http://search.epnet.com Teacher/Student
/                       Resources               Any
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http://www.fofweb.com/ Teacher/Student
subscription           Resources                Any




http://www.ed.gov       Teacher Resource        Any


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du.au/download/lesspln/
lesson.htm              Teacher Resource        General Subjects

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www.pedagonet.com       Resources               Any
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www.webmonkey.com       Resources               Any

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wi.us/bookmarks/elemen Teacher/Student
tary/staffdevmarch27/  Resources                Any


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/just4teachers        Teacher Resource          Any




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awareness.ca/english/te
achers/index.cfm        Teacher Resource        Any
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com                     Student Resource        Any


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m                       Teacher Resource        Any
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Advantages/Why Chosen       Disadvatages/Drawbacks
free, extensive, wealth
of content such as
calenders,certificates,
nametags, and
bookmarks, flashcards,      too cutesy, too
testmaker, etc.             "elementary", difficult
Research/Reports area       hierarchy
rextensive, searchable      too "elementary" ;
by gradelevel, Subject      printing from site
area, or theme, offers      difficult, too many popup
hands-on, to inquiry-       windows, need to use
based, topaper-pencil       boolean terms for
activities                  reasonable search


downloadable books,
lesson plans,worksheets,
flashcards and poetry
books, 400 books and
lessonplans, chartwhich
correlates Reading a-z
books with DRA, Fountas
andPinnell and Flynt and
Cooter levels            subscription required
Provides resource
articles about science
realted concepts.
Students can send and
receive e-mail withtheir
own NASA kids e-mail
account, receive e-
mailupdates about the
latest news at NASA.
Teacher's Corner with
links toresources,
information, activities
and lesson plans,
available in Spanish

Activity centers, crafts,
coloring pages,especially
for girls, holidays &
seasons, animals,
andpenpals & chats for
kids.
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recommended
applications for the
Palm,but also provides
you with links to
tutorials, and
otheracademic websites
that relate to handheld
technology                   Trouble accessing site

favorite first grade
themes such as dinos
and butterflies


Sections designed
specifically for teachers,
students,and parents.
Teachers can find links
to lesson plans,clip art,
the teacherís store, and
a puzzle maker among
other things. Students
can enjoy a variety
ofactivities such as Fun
and Games, Learning
Adventures,and
Homework Help.

offers teachers aFREE
place to create a
classroom web site. I
think thiscould be a
quick and easy way to
communicatetelectronica
lly with your students
and their parents.
investigative math ideas
forall grades and
concepts. This site is a
good resourcefor all
teachers who want to
offer their students
morethan traditional
algorithims.
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 Lesson Plans - effective
for planningInternet
based lessons. The sites
gives real-world data
that can be implemented
into your lesson.
Selected Web Resources--
Over 1100
websitesareviewable by
selecting on a standard,
agrade band or a
combination of both.
Interactive Math Tools--
The Java applets can
bedownloaded and used
online or offline.
Multimedia
approach(video and
applets). Inquiry on
Practice - this has
professional articles and
research reports that are
designed for
professionals tothink
about how students
learn and how educators
canimprove students
learning.

Cross-curricular lessons
and activities, classroom
management resources
Articles, resources, and
information available for
teachers, parents, and
students.
Articles, resources, and
information available for
teachers, parents, and
students. Research
potential, being able to
access articles was
particuarly seen as
important.
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Articles, resources, and
information available for
teachers, parents, and
students.


Information for students,
parents,teachers,
principals, and higher
educators. Site has
current news dealing
with education across
the nation. It also has
lots of current research
and statistics in many
different areas. Liked:
new teacher section
                            Not as vast as many
Gives teachers free         other websites
access to lesson plans,     createdfor teachers--i.e.
from Australia; good        Health and P.E. was
TSEL resources              vague.
international resource--
exchange,contacts, and      Resources difficult to
lesson plans                find
Resource for creating       Cost, lack of examples,
websites with students      Popups

Resource for Web Page
Design and Assessing
Student Technology

Collection of useful links
for educators centered
around misc. topics        Some broken links

good information on
lessons and links to
information for teachers;
lesson archive where you
could specify grade level
and topic, great
reminders for
teachers,parents and
kids.
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kid friendlyresource site
with an encyclopedia,
almanac,
dictionary,thesaurus,
homework help, games,
literature quizzes, list of
frequently misspelled
words for students,
speed of site

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Subject: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics<a
href="http://matti.usu.edu/nlvm/nav/vlibrary.html"><img
src="http://coe.nevada.edu/jmatovina/images/logo-matti-static.gif" border="0"></a> <a
href="http://matti.usu.edu/nlvm/nav/vlibrary.html">The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
for Interactive Mathematics</a>http://matti.usu.edu/nlvm/nav/vlibrary.htmlI have spent a lot of
time over the last few years looking for useful, interactive, interesting, and fun math web sites. By
far, one of the best is the <a href="http://matti.usu.edu/nlvm/nav/vlibrary.html">National Library
of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics</a>. The Library, developed at Utah State
University and funded by an NSF grant, contains online versions of many of the manipulatives
math teachers have grown to love. There are literally hundreds of java applet manipulatives, and,
fortunately, the site is organized by grade level (Pre-K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12) and topic (Number
and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Data Analysis and Probability). Do note,
however, due to the nature of the java applets, many of the manipulatives may take a minute to
load (especially on a dial-up connection). Be patient, they are worth it!Jim Matovina
Subject: WOD commentThis web site looks like a good one to use in my room.I have a wide range
of student abilities and challengingthose students with high math scores is difficult. Thislooks like
a good site for them to peruse
Subject: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsThis is a great
site. It has really good virtualmanipulatives for teaching/performing different types ofmath
problems/equations. It has math for all age groupsbased on school grade. I actually played with
some ofthe manipulatives which was fun. I am going to hold ontothe site address for my children
to visit. Wish therehad been such a thing when I was in school.
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsI love that
page. I am always looking out for greatmath pages and you found an excellent resource. I
willdefinitely make a bookmark on this one! Thanks for thegreat tip.
Subject: NOAOne of my favorite websites is NOA, National Oceanic &Atmospheric Administration.
I became aware of NOA whenmy nephew was assigned to the Delaware II out ofWoodhole. It has
a page for educators. You can seeactual daily photos when the ship is at sea. Go browsethe site to
see if you might be able to use it for youscience or environmental
lessons.http://www.education.noaa.gov/ Enjoy, Anne Mazzull
Subject: Re: NOAThis site has some very interesting possibleapplications. I like the way they
separated pages forteachers and students. The "cool links" was a greatidea to help extend a
theme unit. A great site forscience teachers.
Subject: Re: NOACool Sites to view even if you are just "lookingaround". If I knew anything about
weather patterns Icould probably predict the weather(looking at "TheGeostationary Satellite
Server" link tohttp://www.goes.noaa.gov/ from student pages).
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsCool. I
really liked the Triominoes -http://matti.usu.edu/nlvm/nav/category_g_4_t_2.htmlThis could
easily be a tool used to cause the studentsto think of the big picture and patterns.
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsThis is a
great site for stimulating logical andreasoning thinking.

Subject: Second Attempt of thisThere is a great Web site for students at www.math.comwhich I
found at www.thejournal.com/roadmap. I sent thissomewhere yesterday but it did not show up.
Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisI liked the square root
calculator.http://www.math.com/students/calculators/source/square-root.htm
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsI really like
this site as the students can becomeinvolved with performing/solving different math concepts- it's
like virtual hands on! I also like this sitebecause of the various levels that it can
accomodate,which of course will be found in any classroom. This isa great site!
Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisVery cool site. I like how the site is leveled toaccomodate a
student's level of understanding forvarious math concepts. I also like the quiz options sostudents
can see if they have learned and understand thematerial.

Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisThis is also a very great site for math. I am alwayslooking for
resources to help teach integers. I likethe practice problems they give on site. Nice job,Sylvia.

Subject: WOD 6/13I actually have two sites that I would like to share. The first one is
http://MyClass.net/. This is a greatresource that allows teachers to communicate with
theirstudents, post assignments, submit assignments and useemail with students and parents. It
is easy to use andeasy to maintain. The second site is http://illuminations.nctm.org/. Thisis site is
a great resource for math teachers thatincludes lesson plans that are actually resonable.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13Janeen, I really like the idea of myclass.net. It seemslike a great tool for
parents and students tocommunicate with the teacher. Do you find it easy touse and do you find
that the parents like it? I thinkit's a great idea! Parents will always know whatassignments are
assigned and when they're due. Anotherthought...can each parent have a private line
ofcommunication via myclass.net to the teacher? -Kam
Subject: Re: NOAGreat site Lora. i'm sure any Science/Geography teacherwould love to have
access to it. Great pictures of theoceans and forrests.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13Janeen I really liked this web site. I especiallyenjoyed how they give you
step by step instructions onhow to develope the site. I have already bookmarked itfor my own
personal use, possibly with my classes Iteach at CCSN.Thanks for the idea.




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Subject: Re: WOD 6/13I found it very easy to use. It only took a few minutesa day to post the
assignments. The students could lookon the web site and get their assignments even if theywere
absent. They could have their assignments finishedand could turn them in on the day they
returned. Eachparent has their own password and email account. It isall private. Same for the
students. Parents could notread their emails and vice versa.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13I really like the password feature. This should easethe admin of
security/legal issues.
Subject: Re: NOAGreat Site! Especially since I found I'm going to bestudent teaching middle
school geography. This one isgoing in my mental file for later ...... oops. Betterput it in a file that
won't get lost. Kristi
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13I enjoyed looking at the NCTM -Illuminations site. Iwill use the Patterns
and Collecting, Organizing andDisplaying Data sites. Very informative and yes, userfriendly.
Thanks- Christine Zegers
Subject: Re: NOAThanks for the website. It is very interesting and Ibookmarked it for future
reference.mark
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13Myclass is a great website. You can do so much with it. I got it from a
class I took a while back and found itto be most useful. mark
Subject: Re: NOANot being a science person I will pass this on to thescience people in the
building. It looks like a sitethey could use.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13We should have a great time next year at school, I likedboth of the sites.
I will use the nctm one more thanonce next year.
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsThis is the
best math site I have seen yet. It willbecome a part of my lesson plans for next year.
Subject: Re: NOANice use of color to seperate the different targetaudiences.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/13It's been a couple of years since I have visited theNCTM site. They have
redisigned the whole thing andmade it much more appealing. The Search feature is verynice.
Subject: Re: NOALora, I liked the NOA site. It will be beneficial formy students to explore the
weather, cloud formations,ocean and space facts. Thanks--Christine Z.
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsJames, The
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives forInteractive Mathematics is a plus for my students.
Iespecially liked the Ladybug Maze and Similar Trianglesas sites to enhance my mathematics
curriculum for mystudents. Thanks, Christine Z.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13Janeen, liked the powerful capabilities of this site. Ithas potential. Thanks,
Christine Z.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13Illuminations seems like another good site to bookmarkto add to the
Interactive Manipulatives that we had lastweek. The students will find these sites moreinteresting
than the usual drill and practice formulas.Anne
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsThat was a
really neat website. As a theatre teacher,I'll never use it. But I enjoyed browsing through
theactivities, especially making the geometric shapes ofassorted colors. :) -erin

Subject: WOD 6/16http://kids.msfc.nasa.gov/ The is a website for kidsdesigned by NASA and it is
self-explanatory that it'sall about space science. There's also a teacher's cornerfor resources.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/16In message 141 on Monday, June 16, 2003 1:09am,Ming-chih Tsai
writes:>http://kids.msfc.nasa.gov/ The is a website for kids>designed by NASA and it is self-
explanatory that it's>all about space science. There's also a teacher's corner>for resources. This is
a great website. I especially liked theworkshop/fellowship materials and the internet resourcesfor
teachers and students. It also list some greatcareer opportunities for teachers. Thanks Ming.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/16WOW!! that is one of the most attention grabbingEducational sites I have
see. The students would haveto work to not find something interesting to view.Thanks!
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsI have used
this site with my algebra I students as thealgebra tiles are unique to standard tiles. It ispretty
easy to manipulate the tiles and there areseveral predesigned activities.
Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisthanks it looked pretty good

Subject: Re: WOD 6/16This is a great website with lots of information to usein the classroom.mark
Subject: Re: WOD 6/16Great site. I like that is has an Espanol assist. Withmy school at 30%
Spanish speaking, they will find thissite interesting and something that they can share withtheir
parents.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/16Great site! And my daughter was sitting with me while Iwas surfing and
decided to draw a space picture so thatshe could send it in and possibly join. Kristi
Subject: Re: WOD 6/16I challenge a kid not to have fun with this one. Ateacher can use this site
with any
Subject: Re: WOD 6/16Very cool site! I like how the site is colorful andanimated. It is very
inviting. I saw a link thatallowed students to submit their own space drawing(loved that) and I
also saw a part where students couldinteract with other students (postcards - nice way topromote
communication via the web). Cool activitiestoo. This is a keeper! -Kam
Subject: Re: WOD 6/16I really did enjoy this site. I especially liked that ithas a level 1 for my age
group students for all of thetopic areas. The picture of the day was cute and anopportunity for
creative minds. Thanks- Ming- chih-Tsai.Christine Z. thoughts for today.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/16Hi,What a fun website!!! I went to the creation station andit was so great!
It is so great to see kids' workpublished. That dragon picture was fantastic. It is soinspiring to
other kids, like Christy's daughter, to seesuch creativity.

Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisI went to the square root calculator too. It wasFUNTASTIC!
Subject: WoD 6/17I will give everyone two of my favorites, they are
http://ali.apple.com/ali/resources.php this is Applessite created several years ago to help spread
knowledgeto all teachers in all
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17Sorry about the period at the end of the sentence. Works but not with urls.
http://archives.math.utk.edu/k12

Subject: Re: WoD 6/17I like the Apple site. It works as a portal site fordifferent
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17Nice site. I like the fact that it even has ComputerScience and a searchable
topic!!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/16The NASA Kids site looks great. The site is veryinformative and I believe it
would hold the attention ofmost youngsters. I thought it was interesting tocheckout my age and
weight on other planets. I also wasinterested in being able to track where the spacestation is in its
orbit. Looks like a good resource forscience research and projects. Thanks for sharing.

Subject: Re: WoD 6/17In message 174 on Monday, June 16, 2003 10:54pm, DallasWisehaupt
writes:>I will give everyone two of my favorites, they are >http://ali.apple.com/ali/resources.php
this is Apples>site created several years ago to help spread knowledge>to all teachers in all
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13In message 65 on Thursday, June 12, 2003 7:25pm, JaneenSmith writes:
>The second site is http://illuminations.nctm.org/. This>is site is a great resource for math
teachers that>includes lesson plans that are actually resonable. From the looks of the home page,
I almost blew this oneoff. I'm glad I didn't. What a resource! There areall kinds of things to tap
into. I like how it isorganized. I guess I better not try to judge a book byit cover 8-) Afterall, there
was a REASON this was listas a WOD. Thanks!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/13It looks like I need to spell check...
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17I have really enjoyed the math resources that have beenshared for WOD.
Here is another very useful site whenyou are looking to supplement your program. I willbookmark
this page for next year.
Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisIn message 61 on Thursday, June 12, 2003 5:35pm,
RaymondWilhite writes:>I liked the square root
calculator.>>http://www.math.com/students/calculators/source/square-root.htm<b>I like it too.
If you type in 999,999,999,999,999,999and ask for the square root, you get the wrong answer.
Close, but still wrong... :)</b>
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17In message 175 on Monday, June 16, 2003 11:00pm, DallasWisehaupt
writes:>Sorry about the period at the end of the sentence. >Works but not with urls.
>http://archives.math.utk.edu/k12<b>The Math Archives are great
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17In message 174 on Monday, June 16, 2003 10:54pm, DallasWisehaupt
writes:>I will give everyone two of my favorites, they are >http://ali.apple.com/ali/resources.php
this is Apples>site created several years ago to help spread knowledge>to all teachers in all
Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisIn message 193 on Tuesday, June 17, 2003 4:29pm,
JamesMatovina writes:>In message 61 on Thursday, June 12, 2003 5:35pm, Raymond>Wilhite
writes:>>I liked the square root
calculator.>>>>http://www.math.com/students/calculators/source/square-root.htm<b>>>I like
it too. If you type in 999,999,999,999,999,999>and ask for the square root, you get the wrong
answer. >Close, but still wrong... :)</b>I liked the glossary of math terms. It helps if youknow
what the terms mean, before you start using them.>>

Subject: WOD 06/18Well, I might not be able to access a pc untill later inthe afternoon tomorrow
so here is my site a bit early...Although more useful for some then others, this site isvery good at
having needed (computer/technical and nontechnical) information and terms that might not
beavailable on the tip of your tongue. There are alsoMANY other ìpartsî of this website that could
be helpfulif you have other computer questions.Best of all and a special bonusÖIt IS accessible
throughCCSD :)http://www.computeruser.com/resources/dictionary/noframes/index.htmlGeek-
fully - Raymond
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17Dallas, I enjoyed both sites. I checked into insects onthe first site- saw a
lesson plan I will use for thefuture. Liked the voc. section and the bibliographysection.Looked into
Apple Learning Exchange on thesecond site and again, looked into insects and found anice lesson
on symmetry. Thanks. Christine Z.
Subject: WOD 6/17 Here's a site that might be fun for all grades. I knowthat anything to do with
flying is quite a hit in myroom, especially paper airplanes. This site can takethat interest a little bi
further.http://wings.avkids.com/
Subject: NASA sitewow! Leave it to NASA that site is fasinating, I can'twait to spend more time in
it.
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18This is an useful site as Raymond mentioned. A small bugon the page
though. The letter keys didn't correspond tothe correct ones, i.e. when I click "w", the page
showedthings starting with "z".
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17Any web page that includes lesson plans is always agreat resource! I am
interested to see the signlanguage demo. This page has some nice links.

Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Just going to that site intimidates me just a bit. There is so much vocab
that goes along with tech stuffthat is can be most overwhelming. I think this would bea great
place to start when you have questions, but itsnot helping me get my powerpoint published.

Subject: Re: WOD 06/18That is a cool site! Even funnier was that there wereactually definitions
for chat terms like LOL, BRB, etc.And I found the same thing with the typewriter keys. Ihad to
click about two away from the actual letter tofind the word. Kinda weird. Kristi

Subject: Re: WOD 6/17With another child on my lap, I accessed this website. Idid this purposely
because my 3 1/2 year old LOVESairplanes. We moved around together and saw a lot of thehistory
and graphics. He was a bit bored with the lessonplans and the other links I was interested in (I
wonderwhy). We just had an airshow here in St. George where areplica of the Wright Brother's
plane was being flownand on display so this was a great way to tie it all in.Kristi
Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisWhew! A tad over my head but very interesting. I had tolaugh
though, when I was calculating my square root. Ijust saw an old video of Donald Duck in
MagicMathematics Land and he walked into the "Square RootForest." All of the trees were sitting
on top of squareroots. I laughed so hard. I think I need some sleep!Kristi
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17Being I am in Physical Science this site is great! Isigned their Guest Book
and now I will get the info. THANKS Jody for the great site!
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18I wish I had this day one it really helps with terms andseeing the http
language. Thanks
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17THIS Is another great math site. You just keep comingup with more! I
think you should have a new one everyhour!
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Emoticons= They are very clever. But who thinks thesethings up and who
can remember them all????
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17I especially liked the "curriculum bridges" on thissite. Very useful, easily
accessible, and multi-faceted.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/17Thanks!! The CURRICULUM BRIDGES will be very valuable!!
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17Dallas: I really likedhttp://ali.apple.com/ali/resources.php. This is
anexcellent resource for teachers, especially me, sinceI'll be a 1st year. I liked how I could put in
exactinformation (grade level,
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Raymond: Very useful site! I'll be at a school thatwill be utilizing a lot of
technology and this site willbe extremely helpful. Thanks, -Kam

Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Raymond, I liked the site. Printed out the emoticons-will keep it by my
computer for future use. Thought theDomain suffixes area was interesting. Thanks- ChristineZ.
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17Dallas,The websites both seemed pretty interesting. But I wasdisapointed
to find that neither of my
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18That is the funnest website ever1 But, can anyone tellme why the
following emoticon is Ronald Reagan? 7:^) And why is this 5:-) Elvis? thanks, erin
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17Send a message to Apple and they may be able to pointyou in the right
direction or they may even start a newarea. It doesn't hurt to try.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17What a neato-riffic site. I read about the principlesof aeronautics for
beginners and it really broke itdown. I think any child who read this site would beable to follow it
and actually learn about andunderstand what makes planes stay in the air.
Subject: Re: NOAThis looks like a good site to add for data gatheringactivities in my algebra class.
Probably a good sourcefor webquest activities too. Thanks.
Subject: Re: Second Attempt of thisAnother great math site. There seems to be a lot ofmath
people here! The site took a while to load for somereason but hopefully it's faster at school.
Otherwise,nice little resource for students.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17Jody. this site is very educational. I signed in andlook forward to more
information in the next comingmonths. Thanks- Christine
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Erin, Think of Elvis with his uplifted eyebrow when hesings. The "5" does
that. The Reagan thing: When I saw,I saw Reagan but I'm not sure why. The nose thing >
andmaybe the 7 for the eyebrows depicts age? Kristi
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17I couldn't access the second website, but theali.apple.com was great! Since
we have an ShivwitsReservation outside of town, I wanted to access someinfo for my middle
school for fall. Great stuff and veryuseful.
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18In message 246 on Wednesday, June 18, 2003 7:50pm, ErinGriggers
writes:>That is the funnest website ever1 But, can anyone tell>me why the following emoticon is
Ronald Reagan? 7:^) >>And why is this 5:-) Elvis?<B>I think the 7 and 5 might be referring to
the famoushairstyles of the intended.</b>
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsThis is a
great website. I had fun trying the differentmanipulatives. I can certainly bookmark this for
mystudents who want activities to do in the library beforeschool and at lunch. Thanks.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/13I may have already gone to this site butilluminations.nctm.org has an
activity where studentsfound out how long they can be in the sun before theyburn. Good for hour
home town.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/16The gov't site is one of the oldest I do believe. Ithad many integrated
materials for math and science.Thanks for selecting this one. Sometimes the oldy butgoody ones
get forgotten.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17In message 204 on Tuesday, June 17, 2003 8:21pm, JodyLee-chadde
writes:> Here's a site that might be fun for all grades. I know>that anything to do with flying is
quite a hit in my>room, especially paper airplanes. This site can take>that interest a little bi
further.>>http://wings.avkids.com/ Great sit Jody. I don't think I can use it for myclassroom, but
I enjoyed the history lesson on airplanes, and that the activities span from beginner toadvanced
level.    Thanks Janice
Subject: Re: The National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive MathematicsAlgebra
Tiles! How great it is! Wow they are great.This is the best site. I keep going back to this overand
over.
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Great Site Ray. I enjoyed the emoticons and I alsoexplored the
definitions of some other computer lingo Ihad running around in my head. Thanks.
Janice.P.S. Is it ok to call you Ray, or do you perfer Raymond?
Subject: Re: WOD 6/16When the home page opened my first impression was thatthis was for a
younger audience than I teach so I askedmy son to mess around on it and tell me what he
thought. He went straight to games and said "It's ok I guess". So much for an 11 year old review.
I messed around fora while and I'm still not sure of the level of studentsintended for. The
activities and overall design appearto be for younger kids but when I looked into some ofthe
topics/pages the reading level is much too high foryounger kids. I'll play around some more but at
thispoint I have to give it a "It's ok I guess".
Subject: Re: WoD 6/17The apple site was just what I like for a teacherresource. No bells and
whistles, just get me to what Ineed! I saved this to favorites and that's quite anhonor! The
archives link did not work however so Iwould have to fail you for this course.
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Raymond- Great resource for tech stuff. I think I'lluse this site next
school year to appear smart and askmy ECS tech questions. Sort of a stump the ECS deal toget
back at her for the 45 forwarded emails I get everyday.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17So why is BLOWHOLE a term included in the AeronauticalSign Language
Dictionary? Are all pilots taught this inflight school?
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Ray, Raymond.. no big diff to me BUT THANK YOU FORASKING. That is
about the only "thing". I have beencalle MUCH worse then Ray or Raymond


Subject: Re: WOD 6/17I don't know but man.. that is pretty funny!! (esp after5 straight hours of
reading/working on school stuff!!)blowhole: The hole or nose of a whale or dolphin.Usually found
on top of the head for breathing. Watersprayed from the blowhole of the whale.
Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Who would want to remember them?!! After "playing" and Iuse this term
very llllooosssly, I could see howcomputer people start looking at these keys in a totallydifferent
way.

Subject: Re: WoD 6/17great websites ! thanks

Subject: Re: WOD 06/18very good information, I am sure it will help thanks

Subject: Re: WOD 6/17looks like some fun
Subject: More cool websitesHere are some cool sites for science and math.Governmentsites have a
lot of interesting information on them!
http://daac.gsfc.nasa.gov/DAAC_DOCS/geomorphology/GEO_HOME_PAGE.htmlhttp://www.hubble
site.orgBiographies of Women
Mathematicianshttp://www.agnesscott.edu/lriddle/women/women.htmBlack Women in
Mathematicshttp://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/wmad0.html4000 years of Women in
Sciencehttp://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/wmad0.html
Subject: Re: More cool websitesJody, I viewed some interesting sites. I didn't realizehow much of
an impact women have made in the areas ofscience and math. Neat! Great for famous women
inhistory research for my students. The NASA site wasinteresting. Liked the views of plate
techtonics, andviews of planets and moons. Thanks-Christine Z.

Subject: Re: More cool websitesHow cool to be able to get hubble pics!!Thanks

Subject: WOD-6-25Discovery School.com ñhttp://school.discovery.com/teachers/index.html The
Discovery Channel, is one of my favorite TVchannels, and it has a web site dedicated to schools.
Itcontains a lot of useful information that a teacher canuse/add to her/his curriculum. Some
examples include: OnTV (A listing of current and upcoming specials on theDiscovery Channel),
Lesson Plans (Some sample and evenusable lesson plans sorted by Grade Level or
Subject: Re: More cool websitesJody: I love these websites! I enjoyed checking out thewomen in
mathematics site. How great for girls to seewomen who made and are making great strides
inmathematics. Excellent!Kam
Subject: Re: More cool websitesIn message 370 on Tuesday, June 24, 2003 3:50pm, JodyLee-
chadde writes:>Here are some cool sites for science and math.Government>sites have a lot of
interesting information on them!
>>http://daac.gsfc.nasa.gov/DAAC_DOCS/geomorphology/GEO_HOME_PAGE.html>>http://www.
hubblesite.org>>Biographies of Women
Mathematicians>http://www.agnesscott.edu/lriddle/women/women.htm>>>Black Women in
Mathematics>http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/wmad0.html>>>4000 years of Women in
Science>http://www.math.buffalo.edu/mad/wmad0.htmlGreat sites Jody. I visited every one of
them andlearned something new. They are full of information,andI especially enjoyed learning
about the early pioneersin math and science who were women.Thanks. Janice G

Subject: Re: WOD-6-25In message 373 on Tuesday, June 24, 2003 8:08pm,Christine Zegers
writes:>Discovery School.com ñ>http://school.discovery.com/teachers/index.html >>The
Discovery Channel, is one of my favorite TV>channels, and it has a web site dedicated to schools.
It>contains a lot of useful information that a teacher can>use/add to her/his curriculum. Some
examples include: On>TV (A listing of current and upcoming specials on the>Discovery Channel),
Lesson Plans (Some sample and even>usable lesson plans sorted by Grade Level or
Subject: Re: WOD-6-25Cool idea. I was a little disappointed with the lessonplans. The ones I
found did not have measurableobjectives and some of them involved things that couldnot be
realistically done (pairing up an entire class ofstudents for a vacation day or
weekend...doubtful).(FYI. I selected grades 9-12 and technology as the
Subject: Re: WOD-6-25Christine: Excellent site. I looked on the "AiringToday" section of this site.
I thought, "What a coolway to introduce a social studies lesson (Who Killed theIceman)", but the
last air date was about 10 days old. Hopefully during the fall they'll keep the air datescurrent for
me to integrate the site's information. Ialso saw a site for Kathy Shrock on here. She's socool! I
love her stuff. -Kam
Subject: Re: More cool websitesVERY interesting sites. These will come in handy when Ido my
unit on math history.
Subject: Re: WOD-6-25This is a very "cool" site. I like that you can orderdiscovery packets to use
in class. I didn't realize howmany teacher sites there were out there.

Subject: Re: More cool websitesthanks for the websites. I liked all of them

Subject: Re: WOD-6-25well this one is always great. everything on it isuseful and fun
Subject: Re: NOALora: I enjoyed searching this comprehensive site. Iliked how within the kid's
section there were activitiesthat were grade specific. I also liked how the links brought me to
different interesting sites. Great site!Kam
Subject: WOD 6/23 Hey Jodi: I went to your website and found your WOD. Iloved this site. I
liked the "Wise Guide" - facts aboutU.S. history. Although it didn't provide any lessonsfor my
grade (3rd), it provided a lot of info forintermediate grades and up. This was quite
acomprehensive site! Nice. -Kam
Subject: Re: WOD-6-25What a fun and colorful website! I like the quizbuilding tool! (I couldn't
try it out because I'm not amember) But I like the fact that it offers a way tocreate and grade
quizzes online.
Subject: Re: More cool websitesLoved these websites! No offense to the men, but it's sogreat to
have some sort of role model for young girls.I'm going to use this for my daughter as well since
Iwas brainwashed with the "girls can't do math" when Iwas in school and it stuck. Shows you how
old I am!Kristi
Subject: Re: WOD-6-25I have used this website so many times when my daughterasks me
questions that dad and I can't answer. It's alsogreat to check out the TV schedule since it's one of
thefew channels I let my kids watch. Kristi
Subject: WOD - 6/23Jodi - loved your government website. Especially "ThisDay in History." I've
made a note of this one for thefall.
Subject: WOD - 6/24Thanks for the weather website. I see that I am toexpect absolutely NO rain
for at least the next 10 days.And I also found out that my region is in a drought. Whoknew? My
kids loved the interactive pics.
Subject: WOD - 6/25Yep. I have used this website constantly. Disovery isone of the best places to
go for any and allinformation. Sometimes it can be a bit of an overload,but I've figured out how to
glean what I need.
Subject: WOD - 6/26Here are some of the sites that have helped me whileattending classes. As
you all know, I'm not an officialteacher yet, so my knowledge comes from the assignmentsduring
my two years in the GLP. http://www.education-world.com is a great place forlesson plans geared
toward english and language arts.http://www.encarta.msn.com is a website that I have usedso
often, I've bookmarked it. It has great stuff forkids as well as adults. http://www.nameorg.org is
thewebsite for the National Association for MulticulturalEducation, which I am a member. This
website can helpwith lessons and ideas regarding all degrees ofMulticultural Education issues. And
this website is ONLYfor fun. Something to do when your mind becomes sowarped, you want to
warp others! http://warpfest98.hypermart.net/warp1.html. Have fun.Kristi

Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26Education world is another great resource for lessonplans. I coulcn't find
any really geared toward mygrade level in math, but I will be sure to pass this onto some elem.
teachers I know. The Encarta site is alsovery helpful when you need to find infor an just
aboutanything. I didn't know that NAME even existed. I willhave to take some time looking at
this one. The lastsite said it was no longer there... Sorry, couldn't geta look at this one.
Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26That last one is kind of funky to get to. I know I canget to it, but maybe
the link went bad. Try just typingin warpfest98.hypermart.net. That might get you therebetter. It's
just for fun anyway. A mindless waste oftime. Kind of like Cubis, eh? Kristi
Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26Cool, I really liked the "Are you a brainiac" link fromthe
http://www.encarta.msn.com site. I was not able toaccess the "warp" site from CCSD :( I will
check fromhome.
Subject: Re: More cool websitesHubble site is very interactive. A nice tie in to thesite would be
the artictle in the Wednesday edition ofthe LasVegas Sun showing Hubble's new photo of one ofthe
Moons of Mars. Looks like the back of a skull.

Subject: Re: WOD-6-25Yes, Great site that I have used many times. Thanks forsharing.
Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26Try the following site. http://warpfest98.hypermart.net/warp1.html It
was notthe site it is those of us that try to make the document look correct. We add periods at the
end of sentenceswhich you can't do if the last thing is a URL.

Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26Thanks I bookmarked those because they will help me outas well.

Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26i could not get the last one as well
Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26In message 404 on Thursday, June 26, 2003 9:34am, JaneenSmith
writes:>E...The last>site said it was no longer there... Sorry, couldn't get>a look at this one.
Remove the "." at the end of the URL, and get ready forpop-up windows...

Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26The warped site did work from home..kinda funny!!
Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26Great sites Kristi. I was able to get them all. Iespecially liked the
educationsite and the encarta.Bookmarked them all. Thanks. Janice G.
Subject: WOD for 7/7I will be gone for the next few weeks so I am postingmy WOD a little early.
I teach anatomy and Bio so weuse a lot of dissections. As some of you know thestudents do not
have to participate in dissections so anonline version can be helpful. Here are a
couplehttp://www.froguts.com/ andhttp://biology.about.com/cs/dissections/If some of you like to
do powerpoint presentationsputting in some audio clips might be fun and thestudents enjoy it as
well. Here is a good onehttp://funwavs.com/Mark
Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26Sorry to all about the periods at the end of theaddress. Force of habit ya
know. And crazy pop ups too!I had totally forgotten about that. But as I said, itwas done for fun.
No education whatsoever.
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Hey Mark: I checked out all your websites and they aregreat! I really
likedhttp://biology.about.com/cs/dissections/. I thought theinformation it provided was quite
comprehensive. Ilooked into poisonous plants and boy the information Isaw! Very cool site and
interesting for the students!.Kam
Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26Hey Kristi, I liked the wide variety of info EducationWorld provides. I saw
a link for using Ven-Diagrams tocompare 2 different stories...I like that lesson. Iwill definitely use
this site in the future. I alsorefer to Encarta.com whenever I need extra info. Greatresources! -
Kam

Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Ooooo ........ that dissection one took me right back tojunior high and
biology class. I can almost smell thechloroform. Thanks for the walk down memory lane!
Greatsites! I do have one question: why don't some of thestudents have to participate in the
dissections? I don'tremember anyone getting out of that in my class. What'sthe new rule?
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7The froguts site was cool especially considering it wasjust a demo.
Thanks
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7A boulder city girl took CCSD to court and the courtruled no one has to
do dissections. It was completecrap. CNN came to my class and said they would do
theimportance of dissection, instead it looked like I gavehe girl an F, a student I never met. I had
friendscalling from all over who saw it on CNN, it ran for aweek.
Subject: Re: More cool websitesI was really impressed by the Women in Math website!!! It is so
inspiring to read about those who paved the wayfor the rest of us.
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Great sites Mark. I enjoyed the virtual demo of thefrog dissection.
Especially liked the biology site. Iwent in and looked at some of the anatomy and
physiologyinformation on the human body. This will be a greatsite for me to use in my classroom.
Thanks Janice G.
Subject: Re: More cool websitesThese biographies are so usable! We must incorporatesuch ideas
in our lessons. It hits all bases on a girlsteam. Thanks.
Subject: WOD 7/1/03 Here is a site that I like to visit with the kids,     especially when they ask
"how does it work". It may notbe useful in the classroom, but it sure can answer alot of questions.
http://www.howstuffworks.com/welcome.htmHave fun! Janice G.

Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 I like this site and have it bookmarked. Thanksmark
Subject: Re: WOD - 6/26Kristi, this is Christine- liked the Encarta site- Likedthe All About Insects
site. The first site had neatinformation on Better Book Reports. Thanks!

Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Mark- interesting sites. Thanks!
Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 Janice I liked this site and have bookmarked it. Likedthe information
on camoflauge. Christine
Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 I have used that site in the past even for class(Cybercorps) to find out
how computer components work.
Subject: Re: WOD-6-25This is a good site to give to parents at Open House. Iforgot about this
site. Junk Yard Wars has been addedsince the last time I went to this one.

Subject: Re: WOD-6-25The hubblesite had a new definition for gravity! Cosmicglue. Great site.
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7There is a student at Brown who is into disections and Iwill be happy to
pass this on to him. Great physiologyin inhttp://biology.about.com/cs/dissections/
Subject: Re: More cool websitesI went back to this one again to just look at ages andfound this
one.http://www.agnesscott.edu/lriddle/women/celine.htmSister Mary Celine
Fasenmyerhttp://www.cis.upenn.edu/~wilf/AeqB.html You can download her whole book with
permission being granted.Unbelievable.Thank you for this great site.OH also readthe first
paragraph of Florence Nightingale David. Sotrue. I was not hired for a job one time because
thetwo men said there was only one bathroom and they didn'twant it tied up.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 I think this site would be great for kids. It is eveninformational for
me. I like to know "how things work". I will have to remember this one!
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7I actually liked to disect things in school. Gofigure... This brought back
a lot of memories and Ididn't have to smell like formaldehyde (sp?). I thinkkids would get a kick
out of this.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 In message 439 on Saturday, June 28, 2003 12:53pm,Janice Glasper
writes:>>Here is a site that I like to visit with the kids, >especially when they ask "how does it
work". It may not>be useful in the classroom, but it sure can answer a>lot of questions.     >>
http://www.howstuffworks.com/welcome.htm<b>That site just sucks you in. I've been going
therefor a few years and, oddly enough, I have seen the "Howlockpicking works" link on the home
page nearly everytime. Read it

Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 Janice: This is a very cool website. It provides a lotof information for a
lot of topics. My students and Iwill greatly benefit from this site! -Kam
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17As a counselor this site would be of interest forstudents pursuing a career
in aerounatical engineering.

Subject: Re: WOD 06/18Thanks it has been helpful. Deb

Subject: Re: WOD-6-25this site is very helpful to teachers.

Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Totally cool. No more formaldehyde headaches. Thanksfor sharing.

Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 If we can't get the answers here, we're in trouble.Thanks.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 Thanks for the fun website, Janice. I read all aboluthow stun guns
work. I am definitely bookmarking thisone.
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Neat websites... I took the frog dissection quiz
athttp://biology.about.com/library/weekly/bl1qfrog.htm andgot all the questions wrong. How
embarrassing. :)
Subject: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)Dr. Weil is an internationally recognized expert onmedicinal herbs,
mind-body interactions, and integrativemedicine. A frequent guest on Larry King Live and
Oprah,he has also hosted his own PBS-television specials. Inaddition, Dr. Weil is the author of
eight booksincluding the national bestsellers Spontaneous Healing,Eight Weeks to Optimum
Health, and Eating Well forOptimum Health. www.drweil.com
www.integrativemedicine.arizona.eduwww.newage.comDeb
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)In message 472 on Monday, June 30, 2003 8:33am,
DeborahGassetto writes:>Dr. Weil is an internationally recognized expert on>medicinal herbs,
mind-body interactions, and integrative>medicine. A frequent guest on Larry King Live and
Oprah,>he has also hosted his own PBS-television specials. In>addition, Dr. Weil is the author of
eight books>including the national bestsellers Spontaneous Healing,>Eight Weeks to Optimum
Health, and Eating Well for>Optimum Health. >>www.drweil.com
www.integrativemedicine.arizona.edu>www.newage.com>>Deb
http://www.drweil.comhttp://www.integrativemedicine.arizona.eduhttp://www.newage.com
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7In message 422 on Thursday, June 26, 2003 9:29pm, MarkTondryk
writes:> As some of you know the>students do not have to participate in dissections so
an>online version can be helpful. Here are a couple>http://www.froguts.com/
and>http://biology.about.com/cs/dissections/>>Markfroguts was being updated when I visited,
but there wasa demo available - I thought it was pretty cool. I knowmy daughter chose the
alternate activity when her classdisected frogs. She just couldn't bring herself to dothe discecting.
I think she probably would have been OKwith something like the virtual disection at this website.
Great idea. Great resource for those who justcan't "stomach" the real experience. Bryce
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)I checked out the sites and they look likie they mightbe
interesting to go through more indepth sometime after"school" but I am not sure how these would
relate toacedemia. What

Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)Deborah: I visited Dr. Weil's site. Interesting. Ichecked out
the community link and liked how there weremany different information/discussions about such
thingsas "healthy kitchen and garden", "asian teas", etc. This is a nice site for me to look to when
I'mstressed...Do you think I'll be this upcoming year as a1st year teacher? :) -Kam

Subject: Re: WOD-6-25In message 373 on Tuesday, June 24, 2003 8:08pm,Christine Zegers
writes:>Discovery School.com ñ>http://school.discovery.com/teachers/index.html >>The
Discovery Channel, is one of my favorite TV>channels, and it has a web site dedicated to schools.
It>contains a lot of useful information that a teacher can>use/add to her/his curriculum. Some
examples include: On>TV (A listing of current and upcoming specials on the>Discovery Channel),
Lesson Plans (Some sample and even>usable lesson plans sorted by Grade Level or
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)Thanks for the sites Deb. I wish I could become thatrelaxed!
Maybe in my other life when I'm a cat. Kristi

Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)I'm not sure how I would use this in my math classes,but it
was an interesting site to explore for my ownpurposes. I will have to find some time for this one.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)great sites Deborah. I didn't know there was so
muchinformation dedicated to this type of medicine. At UMCwhere I worked for 8 years, there was
a department knownas Holistic Medicine. This department helped recoveringpatients with getting
their overall health back aftersurgery, long hospital stay or trauma. A lot of theprinciples they
used were based on some of Dr Weilsresearch and suggestions.Thanks, Janice G.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)I found it interesting how we went from math sites toweather
to web pages to health. I enjoyed the questionsDr. Weil was given. I will pass this site on to
ourHealth Teachers. Nice addition even if it seems like aspinoff from what we are in. All is related
to health insome way.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)I would rather be a bat in my next life. They have abetter
view than a cat. They rest more soundly too.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)LOL! Actually Sylvia, I have always wanted to be a bear.Eat
whatever I wanted all spring and summer - purposelyto become fat and bloated - and then sleep
during thosehorrible winter months. I don't like any season I cansee my breath. That, to me,
would be heaven. Oh yeah,and I wouldn't have to shave my legs. Yeehaw. :D Kristi
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)Actually Deborah's websites of the day coordinate withthe
theme of her ICG753 webpage which is centered on ahealthy lifestyle. You Go Girl!
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)Interesting sites! Of course I am from from the oldadage of
heating healthy and exercising more solves mostproblems.mark
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Mark, I had to show everyone in the house thefroguts.com I thought it
was quite fasinating. My sonand I went through many of the movie clips too. I havemade a
bookmark although I haven't figured out where Iwill use these sites yet but I'll keep until I
figurethat out.

Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 Janice, This is a great site. I just used it in anotherclass where
students had to write about ordinaryclassroom objects. It was the perfect site for thislesson.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)Interesting article on the benefits of flax. I will lookinto this
site more later next week. Thanks! Christine
Subject: Re: WOD 6/27 (Late Sorry)In message 494 on Tuesday, July 1, 2003 10:37am,
LoraMazzulla writes:>Actually Deborah's websites of the day coordinate with>the theme of her
ICG753 webpage which is centered on a>healthy lifestyle. You Go Girl!I don't see her on my class
list and I could not findher site @ coe.nevada.edu/dgassetto What is the address?
Subject: Late, but hereHello everyone, I am late with this, but wanted to postanyway. The site I
want to share is a genealogy (familyhistory) web site http://www.familysearch.org/ Thereare
many such websites, but this is probably the mostextensive and the most visited. As school
counselor,one of the things I am interested in is helping studentsknow themselves. There are
many places in thecurriculum where something related to family or familyhistory could fit in. It is
also a high interest topicfor students.Bryce
Subject: Re: Late, but hereThis is surely an interesting site but don't know howaccurate it would
be. I typed "George Bush" and therewere 280 results. Maybe there is additional info thatcould be
added in to narrow down the search.
Subject: Re: Late, but hereNeat. I found one of two people I looked up and I likedthe fact that
you were not hit with pop-ups!! Thanks
Subject: WOD - 7/2/03We all know that the NY Times has great crosswordpuzzles, but I recently
found that they also have a hugesection of their website devoted to education. Thewebsite
displays headlines in education, an area tosearch for jobs in education, lesson plans, and
adiscussion group. I think its pretty neat, so this ismy website of the
day:http://www.nytimes.com/pages/education/index.htmlI like the following link because it has a
sectiondevoted to journalism students

Subject: Re: Late, but hereI found 186 people with my Grandma's name. I wasn'twilling to
commit to s4earching through them all to findher. But its a neat site. -erin
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03After visiting the site you suggested, I copied thispart.Math Failures
Are Raising Concerns About Curriculum ByKAREN W. ARENSON Everyone knows now that the June
17Math A New York State Regents exam was problematic, withalmost two out of three test-takers
failing. Thequestion is why.WOW CCSD is not the only place? Why am I borrowingnewspapers
when they are all online? I am definitlybookmarkin" this one?

Subject: Re: Late, but hereI'm not much into the past though.
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03This would also be a cool place to find daily topics forthe students to
read/write/discuss.
Subject: Re: Late, but hereNeat site! Quite extensive. What a great place forstudents to find out
more about people having their lastnames.
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03Erin: I really liked this site. I found myself on the"This Day In History"
page. I love finding outinteresting facts about what happened on "this"particular day. I think the
students would also enjoythis...they may not understand some events or people,but what a
teaching moment that would be! Today,Thurgood Marshall was born and the Nostrodamus
died(different years of course!)

Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03I liked the site for current information. I triedsearching the archives
and was disappointed in thesearch engine results. If you just want current news,this is the site.
However, it is not one to rely on forsearching specific information. Thanks for sharing!
Subject: Re: Late, but here I typed both of my deceased grandparents and neitherwere found. If
you have lots of time and interest, thismight be worth the time. Right now I have neither soI'll
pass on going further into the sight. But forthose with an interest in geneology, this would work
forthem.
Subject: Re: Late, but hereinteresting site- could see this for use with a familytree idea for my
students
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03I liked the idea of getting a lesson plan each day.Testing is a problem
all across the nation. Nice site!
Subject: Re: Late, but hereInteresting site Bryce. Bookmarked it for furtherresearch int my own
family. Thanks, Janice G.
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03Great sites Erin. Boy! I have so many sitesbookmarked for this
classThanks to all of you.Janice G.

Subject: Re: Late, but herethat is a good site and useful

Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03thanks i had no clue about them

Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03These are great Erin. I love crossword puzzles. One ofmy observation
teachers used crossword puzzles for hisbasic history classes as quizzes. The students got moreout
of the lesson with something "fun" rather thanregular questions. Thanks.
Subject: Re: Late, but hereMy aunt and uncle love this website, though I've neverbeen to it. I'm
sure kids would get a kick out of seeingwhere their ancestors came from. Thanks.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 Sorry to disagree with you Janice, but I definitelythink that "How it
Works" can be used in the classroom!I have heard so many students asking questions aboutthings
that are difficult to answer. This site is great.AND I found out about rip currents and why my ex
and Ialmost drowned in Hawaii. Mental note to self: swimalong the beach, not into it. Thanks.
Kristi

Subject: Re: Late, but hereWith a last name of Smith... It is going to take sometime. I didn't
even attempt a search yet. I will haveto give it a try when I have a few hours to burn.
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03This is a great site! I found myself reading throughthe entire thing.
This is one I probably would lookthrough everyday. I enjoyed every part of that site.
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03In message 511 on Wednesday, July 2, 2003 9:31am, ErinGriggers
writes:>> I think its pretty neat, so this is>my website of the
day:>>http://www.nytimes.com/pages/education/index.html>>>I like the following link because
it has a section>devoted to journalism students

Subject: Re: Late, but hereVery interesting site. I may decide to use this for myown family history
at some point. It may be useful inthe classroom too.
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03Both sites are great. They are full of information thatis of interest to
me. Any place that I can access newlesson plans gets a book mark!
Subject: Jodi Kalish's WODSorry this is late I had it on my web page...oops?My website of the
dayhttp://loc.gov/This is a great site to have students research events,or as a teacher to find facts
about our history andpeoples. There are great speeches you can listen to anddownload and
pictures of important events. You can alsowatch mini-movies, and order free items to use in
theclassroom.

Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODHi Jodi,What an interesting website. I went to the teachers'page
and found a great lesson for "To kill aMockingbird" and the historical perspective of Blacks inthe
South during that era. http://memory.loc.gov/learn/lessons/98/mock/intro.htmlThere is so much
useful information!!!Thanks, Erin

Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 In message 540 on Thursday, July 3, 2003 7:41am, KristiNeeleman
writes:>Sorry to disagree with you Janice, but I definitely>think that "How it Works" can be used
in the classroom!>I have heard so many students asking questions about>things that are difficult
to answer. This site is great.>AND I found out about rip currents and why my ex and I>almost
drowned in Hawaii. Mental note to self: swim>along the beach, not into it. Thanks. KristiThanks
Kristi. I'm glad you think so, and glad forthose who have already used it in their own classrooms.
I really love this site and maybe I can come up with away to used in my own classrooms.Janice G.
Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODI liked the http://www.loc.gov/wiseguide/hirschfeld.html link..itwas
fun and kind of like "hidden pictures" while viewingart.

Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODJodi, I have used this one before for some research. Itis a great
site. Kristi
Subject: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesI know I have already provided a WOD, but
seeing Jodi'sLibrary of Congress site made me feel like pointingeveryone to the US Census Bureau.
Math - in particular,Statistics - teachers will be in awe. Others will justbe
scared...http://www.census.gov/
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesExtremely interesting. Especially
interesting is thegrouping of American Indians. Sucks for them that theyused to completely cover
the eastern coast and FloridaPanhandle and now shoved into a spot of Oklahoma and theFour
Corners.
Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODThis is a great site. The school district librarians hadone of our
seminars on this site when it was firstavailable on line. It is a wonderful resource tool.
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesFor a numbers cruncher like you Jim
this site isperfect! I went into the "For Teachers" link. Lessonplans are available centered on
census information.However, the plans would be useful if you wanted alesson on understanding
graphs and tables. Goodresource, Jim.
Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODI really liked this site. I think there are many thingshere that I will
incorperate into my history lessons.
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesGreat name for this site. I liked the
teachers link andhow black and white the statistics for this countrybecome.
Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODGreat research site. I've used this one in classbefore. It has all
kinds of info that is useful for allkinds of

Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODGreat site Jodi. I have used it before in my ownresearch.Janice G.
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesIn message 577 on Sunday, July 6,
2003 9:49am, JamesMatovina writes:>I know I have already provided a WOD, but seeing
Jodi's>Library of Congress site made me feel like pointing>everyone to the US Census Bureau.
Math - in particular,>Statistics - teachers will be in awe. Others will just>be
scared...>>http://www.census.gov/WOW! James. I marked this one. I want ot go back andreally
look at he income information for differentpositions in the workforce. Thanks, Janice G.
Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODWhat a great site. I need to go through it because I donot know a
thing about a lot of that information.
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping Noteslooks like a lot of material for teachers
thanks mark
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping Notesyes it reminds me that ours is
pathetically low

Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesStatistics is one of the
Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODThomas Jefferson Library is fantastic! Jodi great site.Lovely and
delicately addressed history facts.
Subject: Re: Late, but herehttp://www.familysearch.org/ Was really fun for my mom!I finially got
her on the web. Thanks Bryce
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03Both of these are really great sites.
Theonwhttp://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/index.html?8qagives a section on Patriotic
Quotations which gives notjust the crossword puzzle but facts which could be usedduring
ceremony.
Subject: Re: WOD - 7/2/03Liked the site and the Word of the Day link. Could usethat next year for
a daily referral in my classroom. Thelesson plans were a bit too far from my second gradegroup,
but interesting site anyway.
Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODInteresting site Jodi- I looked into the services ofbooks and tapes
for visually impaired people. My uncleis veteran and is visually impaired. Now I can get
himwonderful books on loan. He use to love to read, butcannot now. The lesson plans were great
informationsites, too. Thanks!
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesNow I know what TIGER means in
regards to geography.Thanks!
Subject: WOD Last One?I couldn't find the date when I was supposed to postthis but I think it's
close. With the end in sight, Ithought a joke might help get you through that lastproject, reading
assignment or assessment. Trywww.schooljokes.com for a laugh. There are also a fewlinks to
some more resources.
Subject: Re: Jodi Kalish's WODIn message 570 on Saturday, July 5, 2003 5:18pm, JodiKalish
writes:>Sorry this is late I had it on my web page...oops?>>My website of the
day>>>http://loc.gov/>>>This is a great site to have students research events,>or as a teacher
to find facts about our history and>peoples. Great site is right!! The Library of Congress is
superfor browsing (who has time 8-) ) and for research.Thanks.
Subject: Re: WOD Last One?Okay. That one DEFINITELY got bookmarked. Humor is aboutthe only
thing that keeps me sane through the day.Thanks!

Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 I read somewhere that McDonald's adds fiber to theirFrench Fries.
Maple tree sawdust to be exact. I had abunch of kids in Canada on a canoe trip and things
wentvery wrong. No fish. I remembered the fiber thing andsent the boys fishing. I made potato
pancakes while theywere gone. They were hungry. They ate a lot of potatopancakes. 14 kids one
box of potato buds and four rollsof TP. How is works is a necessary survival skill.
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesThanks again for a great site. do you
have any for asomething that would be like a joke of the day for math?I have one:
http://search.teach-nology.com/jokes/hints.plMaybe you know a better one that has good funny
jokes. Again James is was a privileged to have you in thisclass. Even if you were out of my league.
I think Ilearned more from you than the book! Have a great summerand why don't you have some
PDE credit classes orsomething?
Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesDid I respond to this one? If so sorry I
just went tothis site and did a comparison of Poverty Thresholdsfrom 1980 vs 2002. A couple of
numbers hit me onecomparison was: One person (that is single individual)in 1980 $4,190 vs 2002
was $9,359 (More than doubled).Teachers salaries? Did not double. NOT EVEN CLOSE.
Hmmm.Just food for thought.

Subject: Re: Big Brother is Watching... AND Keeping NotesThanks for the graph and table idea.

Subject: Re: WOD Last One?THANK YOU WE NEED SOME AT THIS POINT!
Subject: Re: WOD Last One?nice break form the current state of mind!! alsoclean... a plus for
sharing :)

Subject: Re: WOD Last One?Thanks James for the joke site. I put it my favorites. Iespecially liked
the alliteration jokes. I'll use themthis fall with the students. Laughing is good for thebrain.

Subject: Re: WOD Last One?Ha Ha!!! Thanks for the smiles. I LOVE cornyjokes!!!!! -Erin
Subject: Re: WOD Last One?Thanks for the laughs. I think this was one of myfavorite sites from
this class. Have a great summer!(Or at least what is left of it...)

Subject: Re: WOD Last One?thanks that will come in handy

Subject: Re: WOD Last One?Great web site to end with.I book marked this page andhave already
sent it out to some other teachers. I havehad days like this teacher >Teacher: If this class doesn't
stop making so much noiseI'll go crazy ? Class: Too late, we haven't made a soundfor an hour!
Subject: Re: WOD Last One?Funny! My friends laughed at these. What a nice way toend this
semester. Thanks.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 In message 617 on Tuesday, July 8, 2003 12:48pm, SylviaGoede
writes:>I read somewhere that McDonald's adds fiber to their>French Fries. Maple tree sawdust to
be exact. I had a>bunch of kids in Canada on a canoe trip and things went>very wrong. No fish. I
remembered the fiber thing and>sent the boys fishing. I made potato pancakes while they>were
gone. They were hungry. They ate a lot of potato>pancakes. 14 kids one box of potato buds and
four rolls>of TP. How is works is a necessary survival skill. I am glad you ar enjoying it so much.
My children likeit also, and are always asking to go on and find out howsomething works.       Janice
G.
Subject: Re: WOD Last One?Great site James. I enjoyed the jokes using excuses andthe home
work jokes.Janice G.

Subject: Re: WOD 7/1/03 If that is true about McDonald's fries .... I will NEVEReat one again.
That is the most disgusting thing I haveever heard. And it's probably better for me anyway.Kristi
Subject: Re: WOD Last One?Very cute site. I can not keep the joke books in thelibrary. I will
have to bookmark this one for thestudents to enjoy before school and at lunch. Thanks forthe
sight.
message no.41If I obtain nothing else out of this class other thanthis Web site on Virtual
Manipulatives, it was worth it.This site gives mountainous amounts of visuals that canbe used.
And yes the only downfall I can see, is thedivisions of grade levels. This can be seen as
demeaningto a student if they needed to go back to third gradewhen in eighth.
Subject they teach. I like its versatility and the teacher corner.
Subject areas. Also but mainlyfor us math people http://archives.math.utk.edu/k12.




Subject matters and allows keyword search.Reminds me of Google.com.




Subject areas. Also but mainly>for us math people http://archives.math.utk.edu/k12.Both sites
look like very useful - lots of resources! Idon't know about the math site, but the apple sitescreens
their list pretty carefully, so the end resultis a very dependable list of recources. Thanks
forsharing.
Subject areas. Also but mainly>for us math people http://archives.math.utk.edu/k12.Both great
sites Dallas. I bookmarked them both. Theapple.com site has a vast amount of
informationavailable for the learner about almost any
Subject...) as well askeywords to find what I really need. -Kam




Subject areas(theatre & communications) were listed athttp://ali.apple.com/ali/resources.php.
Thanks, erin
Subject), aTeacherís Store, and many others. Please let me knowwhat you think...




Subject), a>Teacherís Store, and many others. Please let me know>what you think...>WOW!
Excellent site Christine. They even offerdiscovery packs the teacher can order, which contain
allkinds of fun activities for the teacher and the learnersto do together.A bookmark for me.
Thanks. Janice G.>
Subject - selected "lost in time" and "cyberspace")
Subject do you teach or how would youincorporate the material?




Subject), a>Teacherís Store, and many others. Please let me know>what you think...>>Great
site! I, of course, went straight to theAstronomy section. It is facinating, but then I can'tget
enough of space and light years and galaxies, etc.,etc. I beleive that nearly everyone can find
somethingof interest or research value at this site. Bryce
Subjects. Definite keeper!
Subject that I cover. This willcome in very handy and is actually worthwhile toinvestigate with
kids. Great site!
Subject.   Thanks   Janice G
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Subjects that can beresearched. The "You're the Animator" was fun andcreative. Thanks!

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Subject: Feb 10th, GaultI know I am posting early, but I am extremely busy andwant to get
ahead. This website I love and print stuffall of the time to use in the classroom. The
websitewww.eduplace.com is full of great organizers to useK-12. I love this site. Tell me
what you think.Laura Gault

Subject: Re: Feb 10th, Gaultthanks. I put it in my favorite places will review itlater toni
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultIn message 1124 on Wednesday, February 4, 2004
10:56am,Laura Gault writes:>I know I am posting early, but I am extremely busy
and>want to get ahead. This website I love and print stuff>all of the time to use in the
classroom. The website>www.eduplace.com is full of great organizers to use>K-12. I love
this site. Tell me what you think.>>Laura GaultThe link will be active if you include the
protocol withthe URL. In this case, that means the 'http://'
part...http://www.eduplace.comKC
Subject: geographycheck out nationalgeographic.com. it is a greatresource for all sorts of
cross-curricular activities
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultThat is a great site! It is easy to use, has lots oflinks, hands on
activities for all ages,graphicorganizers,and keeps you current with monthly themes. Ireally
like it.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultThis is a good looking site but I teach high school, soI can't use
a large amount of what's available on it. Idon't teach elementary level classes but I would
guessthat this site has some pretty good information fromreviewing the comments from
some of the other classmembers.

Subject: Re: geographyThis is an excellent site for getting great materialthat can be used in
the high school science classes. Itis also a source of excellent referral information.

Subject: re:WOW 2/10I really like the graphic organizers. I put this siteon my favorites.
The themes will be a great support inmy 2nd grade class. Thanks for the great web site.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, Gaultorganizers are great. too often i forget about them anddon't
utilize them. were these some that you used in thestaff dev. day?dave
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultRe: Eduplace website This website is great. I, likeeveryone
else LOVE the graphic organizers. I also likethe themes and the overall contentRe: National
GeographicThis website is also fabulous. I mostly like thepictures (using them in lessons)
and how accesible allof the information is.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, Gault Cool page, i've used it before and it is nice. Thanks!
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultThis is a nice web site for younger kids. I took a lookat the
science link and there is a neat on-line fieldtrip.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultI looked at this site and really like it. The graphicorganizers
are great, and for me a reminder toincorporate these into my lessons more frequently
anduse different styles. I also like the monthly themearea. At Woodbury, we have a
homeroom class which isfocused on reading, but for Feb. we are to incorporatesome
information on prominent African Americans. I willuse some of the info provided at this site
for this. Thanks!
Subject: Re: geographyGreat site, just like the magazine. Their pictures arealways
interesting and thought-provoking. Thanks.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultI have used this site numerous times. I think thegraphic
organizers are great also. I wish they wouldoffer more free items though. It's a great life
saverwhen you need something on a certain topic or skill atthe last minute.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultThe site is well developed


Subject: Re: geographyThe Web Site of the National Geographic Society is anexcellent Web
site because of its Online Archive ofMagazines. The archives could serve as an
excellentresource for research writing at the college level,especially English 102, which is a
research course. Thanks for the link.
Subject: re: WOW 2/10Thanks for the great web site. The organizers will bevery beneficial
for my class. I'll keep in my favorites.
Subject: RE: eduplaceI found eduplace to be especially helpful if younavigate to the text
book resources




Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultI thought this site was wonderful Laura! I loved thatthere were
so many resources to utilize. I especiallyloved the monthly themes and the many links
thatstudents could access on their own to explore eachtheme. Also, the graphic organizers
were great, easy tounderstand and use. Like many others have said, I willdefinitely keep
this one in my favorites!
Subject: Re: geographyAnother site to really spend some time on with the greatchoices and
resources! I love that along with themagazine, they created a place for educators and
kids.In a time of awe in a childhood, it's the perfect giftfor a student to be able to go to a
website on their ownand learn a few things. I like that the website is fun,yet educational for
kids. And for teachers, this is aneducational lesson for us too! Thanks for sharing thisone
with us, as I thought it would be a basic magazinewebsite, only to find out that it has so
much more!
Subject: Re: geographyGreat site Dave. We use this all of the time in ourhigh school
classrooms and as the teacher next door fromDave it is fun to see how he uses it.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultRobert-I teach high school also, and I use this site all of
thetime. I just taught a lesson to our teachers on how toincorporate the different
organizers. Like I tell theteachers, you have to think outside of the box and thekids will
jump on. They have so much fun with these andI hear a lot from them that they do not feel
like it iswork.
Subject: another web siteI really like using the Smithsonian Institution website, they have
sites for students and teachers. thesite is: http://www.si.edu
Subject: Re: another web siteWhat a wonderful place to find lesson plans. Theyinclude
handouts and sites you could use for webquestsalong with an essay on the topic. I love it
and will useit.
Subject: Re: another web siteI really like this site. Not only is the kids portionof it cool and
eye catching the lesson plands arefantastic. There are so many pictures involved that
Icannot image the kids getting bored.

Subject: Re: another web siteAwesome site! What fun to use in the classroom. I willuse
this site to find art and artifacts to show my kidson the Reniassance. Thanks for sharing.
Subject: Re: another web siteSalutations Ashley,Smithsonianís Web site fully adheres to the
rubrics ofWeb site design, especially in their attempt to assistteachers in the K-12 system
with their preparation oflesson plansólesson plans that actually incorporateNational
Language Standards that address various

Subject: Re: another web siteThis website has a ton of stuff to offer for all agegroups. I can
imagine that teachers and students wouldfind it beneficial in many different areas of
thecurriculum. it is always good to find a place thathelps teachers and is kid friendly.
Subject: Re: another web siteGreat website. Thanks for the info.
Subject: Re: another web siteI like this website because it offers so much to look atand
read.I can't wait to use it in the classroom.
Subject: WOWhttp://www.studyguide.org is a great site for teachersand students. It has
several useful links for essaywriting, including those wonderful transition words thatEnglish
teachers try so hard to get students to use. The students can print them out and have them
in theirnotebook ready for use at all times.Toni

Subject: Re: another web siteWow, Ashley, this site is amazing. I must admit when Ifirst
clicked to the main page, I was not inclined tolook around because there was just too much
information.Lucky for me, I looked around, and I think the site iswonderful. I would have
never found it without yourhelp. This will be a great addition to my students'learning and
loved how much information was availablethrough the site. Thanks again!
Subject: Re: another web siteWhat a great site!! I skimmed over the first few pages,then
found a set of lessons on flight. We will bestudying flight soon, and these lessons
lookedinteresting for the students. The explanations werealso very thorough. I will be
using this information inmy own lessons.
Subject: WOW 2/17http://www.enchantedlearning.com/Home.htmlThis website is great for
elementary students. It hasinformation on many differet topics from seasonal andholiday
things to science topics. Students can use it toget general information for mini-reports. It
also hascoloring pages and other fun stuff for them to do. Againit's designed for younger
students.

Subject: Re: WOW 2/17What a neat site. I looked at some things related tothe Health area.
I know you said is was more forelementary classes but I did find some things that couldbe
used for Middle School, which is what I teach. Thanxfor a great website!
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17I love that this website has so much to offer thatteachers can use to
enrich their classroom. I loved theLittle Explorers section where words could be
translatedinto numerous languages. Also, on top of that, you canclick on the word or animal
and learn about it. I thinkit would be great as an option to my students to explorecertain
areas and learn on their own. Thanks for thewebsite!
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17I am secondary science but I still found some usefulthings on this
site. There are some diagrams I can useand I will go back and play around with the
languagetranslator part later to see if I could use it for mySpanish speaking students.
Thanks.
Subject: Re: WOWyeah i liked that site too. i will tell rebecca brasiover in the english dept.
i especially liked that theauthor included jack london's to build a fire. i amhaving the
students read that in u.s. history..dave
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17i got lost here what website is everyone talking about?dave
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17I think this website is great. Yes it is so youngerstudents but
sometimes this type of material is good forgiving older students a "mini" background.
Thanks forthe site.

Subject: Re: WOW 2/17For some reason my message did not go in the WOWdiscussion so I
am reposting. I think this website is great. Yes it is so youngerstudents but sometimes this
type of material is good forgiving older students a "mini" background. Thanks forthe site.

Subject: Re: WOW 2/17I have used this website in the past and it is on of myfavorites. It is
great for elementary students. Somemuch information and resources
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17<font color=red>This web site is great and as othershave
mentioned although it might be truly geared towardsyounger students, there is plenty of
information thatcan be used by middle school students. It is a greatstarting point from
which they can get the basic infoand then use other sites to expand on it.
Subject: Re: WOWThat website was great! I would like to use some stuffoff of it. I just
have to find the time!
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17I have seen enchanted learning in my library mastersprogram and it
is wonderful for elementary teachers. Ijust can't use it in my world. But I did recommend
itto our mcs teacher and he is going to check it out.
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17Cool website!!!! I teach ECSE (Early Childhood SpecialEducation)
and I love the science areas on this site. So much to offer in the area of vocabulary, cause
andeffect, and just keep the children's interest. They alllove dinosaurs and sharks. It's all
about danger Ithink. Also, my children are fully included in a HeadStart site, and most of
the children are learningEnglish as a second language. The Spanish-Englishdictionary is
PERFECT for me, since I am learning basicSpanish, as well as for my students. Thanks for
thewebsite.

Subject: Re: WOW 2/17I agree with all of the above. I teach 8th gradePhysical Science,
and found some clever, moveableexamples of levers that I would like to copy into
apowerpoint presentation. Is that possible/permissible? I also found the Inventors section
great. We coverhistory of science, and this is great infor for thisunit. Althought a lot of the
site may be geared foryoung children, I found material to use in middle school.
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17What a wonderful website. I found so many themes that Ido yearly.
My students will love this site. Thanks forthe WOW.

Subject: Re: WOW 2/17this web site looks like a lot of fun. As a stay at homemom there
were several activities and crafts that Icould even do at home with my toddler. kim

Subject: Re: WOW 2/17This is an excellent site, I have found some really goodinformation
for the students in my Biology and EarthScience classes. There is a wide veriety of
materialthat can be used for high school classes. I have putthis into my list of favorite sites.
Subject: Re: another web siteThis is a good site for gathering information ondifferent
research projects and can be excellent forstudents that are working on science research
topics. Itis a little hard to move around in at first but it isworkable.
Subject: Re: WOWSomehow I missed looking at this site. What reallyimpressed me is that
this is a teacher's site, whatwe're working on, but mine isn't anywhere near this one. Wow,
what a site she has created as a resource for herstudents!
Subject: Re: WOWWhat a neat site. This has been quite a neat experienceto find about all
these great websites everyone knowsabout. I thoroughly enjoyed looking through this
onebecause it has so many links to improve or use Englishskills. Thank you so much for
showing us this website!
Subject: Re: WOWAlthough I will teach science I found many things I canuse for my
students and myself. I am going to bookmarkthis site and return to it for information in
thefuture.Thanks!

Subject: Re: WOWThis site has numerous ideas that can be used as is oreven tweaked to fit
a variety of content areas. I thinkI will tell the English and Reading teachers to check itout.
Life is so much easier when we don't have torecreate the wheel.
Subject: Re: WOWThe website seems to have a lot of information! I willbookmark it in case
I ever teach past 8th grade. Thanksfor the site!
Subject: 2/24 WOW Students across grade levels struggle with math facts,and several
teachers have told me in high school it isstill a problem. Check out www.aplusmath.com
andwww.mathfactcafe.com. These sites provide online worksheet activities andthe teacher
can set the parameters (digits, operation,etc.) I find these sites useful when
assigninghomework. Have a great week!            Patrick
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWThanks Patrick! I think they are great sites also.Anything to make
planning easier and to encourage thekids!
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWIn message 1303 on Monday, February 23, 2004 5:25pm,Bradley
Daughtry writes:> Students across grade levels struggle with math facts,>and several
teachers have told me in high school it is>still a problem. Check out www.aplusmath.com
and>www.mathfactcafe.com. >> These sites provide online worksheet activities and>the
teacher can set the parameters (digits, operation,>etc.) I find these sites useful when
assigning>homework. Have a great week!
Patrickhttp://www.aplusmath.comhttp://www.mathfactcafe.com.

Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWThese are some really good math sites. I really likedth esection in
aplusmath that allows students to createworksheets online, then fill out the answers and
thensubmit it to gain immediate feedback on how they did. My math teachers are always
looking for new angles andnew methods of bringing technology into the classroom.
Subject: Re: WOWGood site! I liked the seminars it provided. Workingat a classical school,
this provides some lesson plansthat are useful and meet requirements for the kids. Right
on!
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWGreat sites, especially to refer to kids that have notpassed the math
prof. just for review.
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWI saved both of these to my favorites. They will bevery useful. I am
going to share these with some of theteachers I work with.

Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWWhat are the site addresses?
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWI am a math teacher. And, in this thread, have not beenaable to
find the address of this site.... Pleaseadvise??????
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWAlthough this site is outside of my area of expertise,it looks useful
to me
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWI like both of these sites. We have homeroom, thatbegan as
reading and has evolved to include math facts. This will be a nice way for students to review
mathfacts. The games were especially fun on A+Math. Thatone I saved on my home
computer favorites for my 3rdgrader. We also look for different ways to work on mathat
home. Thanks for the fun, but educational, sites!

Subject: Re: WOWThanks for the great website Patrick. I can really usethis with my class


Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWI LOVE these. My stepson is having such a hard time in5th grade
math and these give you plenty of options ingetting the information to the students. These
sitesare fantastic. I think lots of parents would like toknow about these sites.
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWits in message 1303 and Dr. Crippen made the links in afew
messages after that.
Subject: W.O.WI am not due to post website of the week until the 30th, however, I have
posted them on my website. These site have pictures you can print to be used in the
classroom. Enjoy

Subject: WOW 3/2I think this website has numerous amounts ofinformation, lesson plans
etc... for all types ofteachers and all types of
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Great site. I love the media literacy. Not onlygetting great pieces to
watch, but supplements too! Thanks for sharing this site. I taped a great piece onMedici
last week and was able to find supplements forit. Way cool
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2What a great resource for teachers. The lesson plansare up to date
and tied into real world events that thestudents will be interested in. Just reviewing a few
ofthem made me forward this site onto my teachers.

Subject: Re: another web siteI like this website because it offers teachers a lessonto use for
those who have internet access and for thosethat don't. You rarely come across a site that
doesthat. I think that they assume that if you accessed it,then you can do so in the
classroom with thestudents...and we all know that isn't always the case.Toni
Subject: Re: WOW 2/17Ok maybe it's me. I thought when it said "homeworkhelp" that it
meant it would give students help withtheir homework. Instead it is a variety of
worksheetsfor teachers to use as homework for their students. Idon't teach elementary but
as a parent this seems like agood site to go to for work to keep those little ones onpoint
during track/summer breaks. The only draw backfor me is that there are so many links to
choose from. I prefer a more simple site.Toni
Subject: Re: 2/24 WOWThanks for the sites Patrick. I didn't download thenecessary
program for aplusmath.com, but the other didallow me to explore without doing so. I like
themathfactcafe.com for two reasons: 1) I really like thename, I think it's catchy. 2) The
students can actuallydo the problems on the computer and it doesn't need tobe printed out.
Again I don't teach elementary so Iwouldn't use it as a teacher, but as a parent it is
waycool.Toni
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2I'm trying to access the site but it wouldn't load forme. I'll try again
later.Toni
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2 Hey Nadine, Cool web page, I like the variety oftopics. PBS is like
the all knowing gods of educationso this web page will be useful, especially while i'm
ontrack break for the next few weeks. Thanks! Brad
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Salutations Nadine,Even though this site is designed for K-12
teachers, Ifind its Lessons and Activities for American Literaturevery useful, especially the
section that treats AfricansIn America

Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Thanks Nadine for the great website. I always forget howmuch of a
resource the pbs website is. I also keepmeaing to donate because I do use the ITV in
myclassroom when i can.Thanks again!
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2I like this website. It has a little bit of everything. It will be great
resource. Thanks!!
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Nadine, What a site! I knew PBS was amazing, but theirwebsite is
just as wonderful. I love the fact that I hadthe opportunity to play video of teachers
modelinglessons. That was so neat. Also, I thoroughly loved thevariety of ideas and material
PBS offers. Fantasticsite...thank you!
Subject: WOW 3/2Hi all! These websites will be a little different fromother shared websites.
First, this for the teachers outthere, who may or may not know that grading systemsonline
can work. A year ago I was introduced to awebsite that has made life a little easier for me.
Hereit is: http://www.mygradebook.com (just browse aroundand if you want, I know there
is a free trial)...but I'mhere to tell you, it's been a lifesaver for me (andmakes me seem
really smart!). If you have the patienceto use this kind of website, this site (for a small
fee)can give you professional assistance in your gradingsystem, interaction with parents to
make them moreaccountable too, and give you an overall look at howyour class as a whole
is doing. The website can scalestudents in comparison to the class average, emaildirectly to
parents' email so they can keep track oftheir child (with no excuses), and what works for me
thebest, is it calculates the grades for me in a fair,simple way. I realize I won't get the best
feedbackfrom everyone because you can't REALLY use this site,but just thought I'd share a
site that has worked wellfor me.Just for fun (for the younger students, but fun for usadults
to try)....check out this website:http://www.sfskids.org/templates/splash.asp Itfamiliarizes

Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Thanks for the sites. First off, I loved the musicsite. It is not
everyday I found something I canforward to my Band and orchestra teachers, but I thinkit
might be something they can use. As for the gradebooksite it is always so nice when you
find something thatworks for you without too much time and effort. Fromthe looks of it it is
a great classroom tool, especiallybecause it allows you to keep in contact with thoseparents
who provide an email address. For some parentsI bet this is a life saver.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2I like this website (PBS) I took a look at the scienceactivites for
grades 6-8 and they look great. There isso much information and even links that the
students caninvestigate.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2- 2nd websiteThe my gradebook look good. Sort of like an
interactivespreadsheet. Can parents access this in order to keepan eye on their child? $34
a year isnt bad it lookslike a very usefull resource.I wish I had the access to music site like
this when Iwas in band. I thin this site is great for kids thatare just learning about reading
music and playing aninstrument.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Thanks for the great sites! They look very useful.
Subject: WOW I was out of town a did not realize that I had missedmy scheduled time for
the web site of the week. Here itis a little late. Check out the frog dissection underthe link
scientific amphibian. This is a really goodsite for the secondary science
classes.http://www.frogsonice.com/froggy
Subject: Re: another web siteThis looks like a really nice web site. It would be goodfor
doing multicultural lesson plans. The studentscould look up history of different cultural
groups.

Subject: Re: WOWThis is a very interesting site, especially when you getin to the actual
scientific areas. I think if I were touse it I would definitely direct my students straight tothe
actual dissection pages. I probably would not allowthem to get on the frogs on ice page,
because there istoo much that could distract them from the task at hand.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Great site. I find that these suggested sites are sogood and well
organized that I can spend an hour lookingat all of their resources and looking for ideas for
myupcoming units. I did that with this one and foundideas for lessons in class and the
computer lab. I alsoam interested in watching the PBS show tomorrow nightabout the
adolescent brain. Thanks.

Subject: Re: WOW 3/2I really liked playing with the composer on the SFSwebsite. How
fun!! the other site looksinteresting--is it something that we can use along withgrade pro?

Subject: Re: WOW 3/2"Mygradebook.com" is an interesting site. I like thefact that grade
reports can be customized to emphasizethe area of the student's progress or lack thereof.
Thiscan be very useful in reviewing goals during an IEPmeeting.The music site was fun. It is
amazing to see the websites that are becoming available in every field. Theway the
categories are presented in the music lab makesit very user friendly. I would like to hear
more samplesof the San Francisco symphony music on this site though.Thanks Aimee.

Subject: Re: WOWWonderful WOW!! I sat at the computer with my kids andwe listened to
the frog sounds, and then made the soundsourselves. Excellent oral motor activity,
phonologicalawareness activity, and it's fun!! The music area wasgreat too because some of
the songs have the chordsincluded in the text. I can get out my guitar and singthe songs
with the kids. Vocabulary building, rhythmand rhyme, early literacy activity. My children
areasking to go back to 'Froggy,' (that's what they namedthe site) and when I have time
later on I am going tolet them explore more. Just from watching others usethe computer,
even my 3 year old can work basic siteslike pbskids.org. She will need a little help
with'Froggy' but I am sure she will do well. I hope tointroduce this site in the near future
at school when wework on a theme that relates to frogs. Thanks for thegreat site.....

Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Great websites Aimee! I have seen the www.sfskkids.orgbefore . I
went to the web site with my then 3 year oldand he loved it. coming from a musical family
and I wasvery interested in it. I think I actually saw the website on Martha Stewart the first
time. Strange! I alsoliked the my gradebook, it similar to the one thedistrict is using now.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2The frog science site is cool, not helpful to a historyteacher of high
school, but I will pass it on.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2yes indeed i have been to the pbs site before. verygood. also a
public television like klvx here in townprovides a great library for videos
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2i will have to ask my adminsitrator what they thinkabout an online
gradebook.dave
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Nadine, great web site! I've been searching forinformation on the
"orphan trains" of the IndustrialAge, and I found everything I need at this site. Thanks.As a
follow-up to David Butler's reference to KLVXproviding a "great library for videos" I've
enclosed thefollowing info. Most teachers know about KLVX's serviceof providing free DVDs
and videos for every age groupand in every
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultLaura: I wanted to respond to your
WOWhttp://www.eduplace.com . It has great organizers


Subject: WOW - latestI missed my WOW so it's being posted now. The site
is:http://www.atozteacherstuff.com This site is dividedinto the categories of: Themes
(effective for planningunits), Lesson Plans with over 300 samples, and includesworksheets
that can be used with your plans. It also has teacher tips organized in easy to
findcategories. Check out the "Grade Card Comments -Examples" section. The other
categories include:Articles, Forums, and a store with downloadablematerials and e-books.I
have a list of several web sites, but I narrowed themdown to the two I use the most. The
second one is:http://www.puzzlemaker.com This site not only helps usto create crossword
puzzles, but includes mazes. Checkout the George Washington
maze(http://puzzlemaker.school.discovery.com/mazedthings/george.html
Subject: Re: geographyDavid: Hi. I wanted to respond to your WOW of lastmonth. During
the fall I searched for a visual on theunderground railroad to use with my history class.
Icouldn't find anything anywhere. A colleague suggestedchecking out the national
geographic site. I searchedthrough it concluding that it too was useless forfinding
information on the underground railroad, but asa last resort I put the words in the search
box. Wow didI find a great presentation! It included an interactiveslide presentation
complete with audio that I was ableto use with my class-we loved it. So you're teaching at
Liberty HS, is it true that yourschool is the only school west of Colorado that isusing the
Paideia method? I hope it's working out forLiberty.
Subject: Re: WOW - latestThese sites are both great. I especially like the tipssection of the
A to Z site. I have also usedPuzzlemaker for class--crossword puzzles and wordsearches
can work for vocabulary.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultCool site. It's a little high for my children to
viewindependently. However, almost nothing they do is donetotally independent


Subject: Re: WOW - latestI agree Atoz is a good site. I have used it and so hasmy wife. I
like the variety of age levels that ittargets. This site also has teacher chat forum. Youcan
ask questions about a unit or whatever and haveteachers from all over give you ideas.
Great featurefor a first, second or third year teachers, or even aveteran teacher lookin' to
make a change. Thanks forthe site. Puzzlemaker is useful to me for the mazes. Ilike to
laminate them and set up a 'maze' center in thewriting area. Great site too.

Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Whoa!!!!!! That is AWSOME!!!!!! I was playing with thecompozerizer
and realized that I had been sitting herefor like 10 minutes. I have things to do, I can't
beplaying on the computer. This is FANTASTIC. Thanks forthe great site.
Subject: Re: geographyas far as the west of the mississippi, i have no clue. the paidea
method is great as long as everybody buysinto it. the best feature is the seminar part.
forthose not familiar, the paidea method emphasizes studentdirected learning and at least
once a month the teachermust take the backseat and allow the students to have around
table discussion. since we are a classicalschool, we typically utilize texts from the
renaissanceor ancient greek times, however we can use pictures,maps, diagrams or
anything like that so long as theteacher asks thought provoking open ended questions.
inhistory we did one recently using the emancipationproclaimation as a text and by the
seminars end we werephilosophizing about the true meaning of freedom. lauraand toni are
also both very familiar with the process. in fact, toni and i are going to be sent to
northcarolina in the spring to advance our understanding ofthe method. dave
Subject: Re: geographykeep us posted on the latest developments...thanx
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Thanks, I did not know about that.
Subject: Re: Feb 10th, GaultVery cool thanks!~
Subject: Re: WOW - latestA lot of these sites are cool, but not very useful for ahigh school
teacher, especially a teacher of 17-18 yrolds
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2The grade book looks great. I like the fact that is ison the web and
easy to get to from any computer.
Subject: Re: WOWI think it is great. I just love frogs. I do a frogunit every year. This is a
great resource. Thanks!!
Subject: Week 3/9The students enjoy this website. It has great sciencetopics and the quiz
at the end helps make the points!!http://www.brainpop.com
Subject: Re: WOW - latestI like how easy the site is to navigate. The top tabsmake it very
easy to move around into the differentareas. I can see hwo this site would be very useful
foran elementary teacher, but there are still some thingsthat middle school teachers could
use in preparinglessons and units.
Subject: Re: Week 3/9I have never seen this site before. The videos are veryinformative, a
little long depending on the topic, butthey do a pretty good job of explaining the
information. I liked how it had quizzes at the end but I wish it hada feature built in that
would allow students/teachers tokeep track of how they did, such as a final tally whenthey
were done with the quiz.
Subject: Re: Week 3/9Very cool!! I like how they use movies to get the pointacross. So
much learning is based on reading that it isdifficult for children with learning issues to
gaininsight into other areas of the curriculum. Thanks forthe WOW...

Subject: WOW for 3/9There are some many websites I like but I use thiswebsite often.
www.readinga-z.com.You can downlaodbooks,lesson plans, worksheets and assessments.
Some arefree but you can purchase a membership.Schools can evenpurchase a site license.
This site is great if you havea limited resources of books. I know it won't be touseful to
middle and high school but any resource cancome in handy.
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9I can see how this site would be very useful forelementary
teachers as well as parents with youngchildren. What a great resource for anyone looking
tohelp younger kids learn how to read. I think I willpass this on to my sister-
Subject: Re: Week 3/9Super site Lora. I love it!!
Subject: Re: Week 3/9What a neat site! An alternative to lecture.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Aimee, Do you use EasyGradePro and the online grade bookas
well?Toni
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9I don't teach elementary but I do have a son who is inthe 2nd
grade so I thought this site could come inhandy. I only have one question. How do you
know whichlevel to choose without looking at each one? Is there akey that I can look at to
check out grade equivalence orreading levels?Toni
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9Toni, To any your question about levels. You can go tothe guided
reading tab on the home page and it will showyou where the levels fall for ages or you can
go to thispage as well. Thanks for asking!http://www.readinga-
z.com/guided/correlation.html

Subject: Re: WOW 3/2I agree the gradebook looks cool, but I have masteredEasy Grade Pro
and am looking forward to edline beingused at my school in the near future.
Subject: Re: Week 3/9I wasn't fond of this site. I found it difficult tomove through. I was
stopped in many spots. But I amsure there is more value to it.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Laura We have been on edline for 2 years.It is great. wenever have
to fill out grade slips for parents. I amable to email parents. I even put my webpage on it
as alink. Let me know if you need help pat
Subject: Re: Week 3/9I like this site, too, and have used some of their infoin class.

Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9Nice website. It is always great to find good sites forreading,
since reading is important. I will check thisout with my daughter, who is beginning to read.
Subject: Re: Week 3/9Lora: Thanks for the web site, it is very kid friendly.The movies
present information at the level our kidswith disabilities can grasp.

Subject: Re: WOW 3/2Actually, Toni, I use the good ol' standard gradebook,along with
mygradebook.com. We can use EasyGradePro, butI choose not to. As I'm sure you know, I
am very happywith mygradebook.com because it has made my students'parents more
accountable and responsible for theirstudents' success. Every two weeks, it reports
toparents how many items I've graded and assignmentsmissing. When it comes to Parent-
Teacher Conferences, Ipull out everything I've emailed or sent home andparents should
know exactly what has gone on with theirchild. I do not wait until conference time to
shockthem. What's also great about mygradebook.com is itshows the student's average
against the rest of theclass (anonymously of course). That is a great toolduring conferences
to show parents how their child ranksagainst others and what they can strive to.
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9thanks for the tip, that was much more helpful. : )Toni
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9This site is very cool. It looks as though you can makebooks that
you can send home with the children. We usedthe OLD Swirl books that way for a while...
not bad. This, though, looks like it would be a lot moremotivating than the Swirl books.
Cool website... thanksfor sharing
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9 Good web page, our school has been asking for a sitelicense and
the little books you can download are superhelpful. Especially when you don't want to
search forthe right books in a library. Thanks for the site!
Subject: Re: Week 3/9I like this webiste. Easy to use and pleasing to theeye.
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9you are right- very handy for elementary.
Subject: Re: Week 3/9I love this site! I can use the section on Health

Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9this is a great site. It has some outstanding books,assessments
and resources. Thanx, Nadine
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9Thanks for the site...it'll be a great resource for myclass.
Subject:
cyberguideshttp://www.edgate.com/d.pl?url=http://www.sdcoe.k12.ca.us/score/cyberguide
.htmlTake a look at the cyberguides published and crossreferenced to California
strands....similar crossreferencing as in our own CEF. Definitely check out theLiterature link-
the literature cyberguide offers onlinewebquests written as both a teaching guide and as
astudent guide to complete online extension activities. Great utilization of technology for
the classroom- andat home- great for assigning different level readers tothe same
assignment--check this site out!!
Subject: WOW - 3/16An awesome site for the science teacher that wants tocreate the
kinesthetic classroom. The afterschoolprogram that I am involved with uses this
siteextensively. We have done projects that includeshooting off air rockets, creating Rube
Goldbergs, andeven gyros that are awe-inspiring to our middle schoollevel students. The
name of the site is ExploratoriumSnacks --- but, they aren't the kind of snacks that youeat
... instead, I like to call them brain food. Checkit out!
http://www.exploratorium.edu/snacks/
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16looks like a cool website for all science teachers, Ilooked at some
of the experiments and they seem easy todo but with a lot being learned.

Subject: Re: cyberguidesNice site, I like the way that the lessons are layedout. thanks
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16What a great site. I already forwarded thi son to thescience
teachers here at the school. I think it hassome really interesting
experiments/demonstrations thatcan be done with little preparation.
Subject: Re: cyberguidesThis site has some excellent sources of information
andactivities/lessons for all areas. Even though it isreally focused on English and Reading,
many of theactivities could be used as part of an interdisciplinaryunit. I imagine these come
in very handy when you areusing a specific novel and want to use it as a jumpingoff point
for an entire unit.
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16Thank you so much..This is a wonderful site.
Subject: Re: cyberguidesgreat site. the lesson plans look fun.
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16I agree w/everyone else! Cool site!
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16 Nice site, i've never heard of this one and I like thescience stuff
on it. Thanks for posting.

Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16I took a look at this site and it appears to be full offun science
projects or investigations that students canperform. What a great idea for a teacher to use.
However, the one that I looked at asked why is the skyblue. I saw the project they said
could demonstrate howthe atmosphere creates the blue in the sky, however, I'mnot sure I
got an answer to the question. I understoodthe project but the answer wasn't clearly given.
Ohwell...it's still a neat sight. Thanks for sharing...Toni
Subject: Re: cyberguidesNice site for reading/literature classes. I checked outThe Giver,
and the lesson for this book looked veryinteresting. i linked onto one of the sites on
thelesson and it was a Memory site where you can find outwhat happened on dates in
history.
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16I like this site. It provides easy demos for scienceclasses that can
grab the students attention. Then ittells you exactly what you need and how long it willtake
to make it. The ones I looked at didn't seem toooverwhelming or time-consuming. I will
add this to myfavorites button. Thanks!
Subject: WOW for 3/23Here is a site I like for the information and pictures. It is geared
mainly toward science. I refer students toit for the skateboard physics (under sports
science). Since some of the students are so into skateboarding, itexplains the physics
behind some of the stunts they cando. They seem to enjoy
it.http://www.exploratorium.com/(It is not the same site as the one posted lastweek--that
was .edu, this is .com)
Subject: Re: cyberguidesAwesome site. I love what it had to offer for highschool. I will
surely show this to the Englishdepartment. they will love it.
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16Cool site. Not very useful for me the governmentteacher, but I
like it. My friends are loving the sitesI am introducing to them. And yet another to share..
Thanks Raynette!
Subject: Re: cyberguidesI really like the cyber guides for the books. I willuse them in my
class and as part of units that we do. Thanks.
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16I love teaching science. These are great ideas. I likehow they
give teaching ideas and points of interest orto take notice of. I will refer to this site when
Iteach different science topics. Thanks.

Subject: Re: WOW for 3/23Great site. It is too high for my second graders, but Ienjoyed it.
I looked at the photos of Mars. They arewonderful and a great resource for students.
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/23What a great site. I like the fact that some of theheadings have
actual field notes that you can read andfollow along with the expedition. You are right -
greatfor science teachers.
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/23Wow! What a wonderful site. I really enjoyed it.
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16Excellent site!! Science is such a great way tostimulate language
and problem solving. Thanks for thesite.
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/23Cool site. I would have to modify some of the text, butthe
pictures are awsome. Science is a rich
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16Great science website--thanks! The experiments using airand
mirrors were some I had never seen before.
Subject: Re: cyberguidesThanks for the website, it is amazing to see what isavailable today
for students and teachers. Is there ashorter url to use to reach this lit. site?
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/23Another useful site, thanks Connie. I especially enjoyedthe
"Scienc of Music" site where they discussed copingwith an annoying tune that we can't get
out of our head.The pictures are entertaining for kids and adults.
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/23This site is definitely geared for higher levelstudents. I liked
how it tried to get the studentsinterested in science by using topics that they canrelate to.
It posed real questions that they themselvesmight have wondered at one point or another.
A greatsupplement for teachers.
Subject: Re: cyberguidesDoak, I really liked this site.It has so much usefulinformation and
it is easy to navigate. I love theliterature links!
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/23Neat site. Good site for those students that are alwaysasking
why or how to things you can explain real well
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16This is an awesome site. Some of the experiemnts in ourlovely
FOSS kits are so boring this site wouldsupplement it very well!
Subject: Pictures to UseWEBSITES WITH PAGES TO PRINT THAT CAN BE
COLOREDhttp://proudmommy.tripod.com/coloring-non.htmlANIMALS/NATIONAL
GEOGRAPHIChttp://www.coloring.ws/animals2.htmCOLORING BOOK OF
U.S.FLAGShttp://allstates-flag.com/fotw/flags/cbk-us.htmlFLOWERS TO
COLORhttp://www.coloring.ws/flowers.htmFREE COLORING
PAGEShttp://www.coloring.ws/coloring.html

Subject: Re: Pictures to UsePatricia, I think these sites are cool! My daughter is 9years old
and loves to color. I'm always buying hercolor books but these sites you can pick what you
wantto color and print it. What a great idea! Thanks forsharing. Nadine

Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI have 3 girls that are Kindergarten age and under. Welove
coloring around here too. I like to use thepictures as templates to use in the classroom for
artprojects, bulletin boards, etc. I was aware of only onesite, dltk-kids.com, that had
coloring pages that youcould print. It was frustrating when I couldn't find apicture that was
just right. Now I have several sitesto choose from. Thanks for the site.
Subject: Re: Pictures to Usethese are great to use in the elementary classroom andat home.
thanks pat.
Subject: help with WOWBefore I post my websites can someone tell me how I getthe http://
to link so you guys dont have to type it in?
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseThanks for the great sites. It is always nice to have acoloring
sheet to go along with the theme.
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI love the flag website. As a history teachers thiscould be a
great visual lesson for students along withmemorization.
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI am glad you are enjoying it
Subject: Re: Pictures to Useyou are welcome. enjoy
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseEnjoy. also nice not to have to recreate the wheel
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseEnjoy
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI like these sites! It is always nice to find freestuff that can be
used in the classroom. Thank you! (Iwill also use these for my own children.)
Subject: Re: help with WOWWhen I did this, I just typed in the http with theaddress and
when it posted, it was a link.
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI use them for my arts classes all of the time. I alsolet my
granddaughter pick her own pictures to color.Enjoy

Subject: WOW 3/30I like this page for lesson plans- almost every

Subject: Re: WOW 3/30UNBELIEVABLE!!!!! There is so much on these websites!! There's
even chat on teachers.net. The lesson plansare great and you can find ideas for every
grade level. Thanks for these sites, I have a feeling I am going tobe using them.

Subject: Re: WOW 3/30Although designed for the K-12 system, the Language Artssection
does contain information that is very useful forremedial adult learners. Constructive site!
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI can see how these might come in handy for theElementary
level. Maybe at the Middle school levelstudents could use them to create picture books
foryounger readers.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/30These sites have some great lesson plans that are readyfor teacher
use. I really liked how the first sitehelped teachers find lessons that would tie in
differentareas. I think it is always nice to have items that areprecreated that way you don't
have to recreate the wheel.

Subject: Re: WOW 3/30I have used both these websites in the past andcontinously refer
back to them when I am looking forlessons or ideas for a theme. They are both very helpful!
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI really liked thses websites! Every year I would to aunit that we
would travel around the owrld or UnitedStates and it was always difccult finding a good
pictureof a flag that my students could color. I have alreadydownloaded some Alphabet
coloring pages for my 4 yearold!
Subject: Re: WOW 3/30Thanks for the lesson plans. They finally have an art section. I
willpass it along to the other arts teachers
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI teach high school amd I use them all of the time as
references. Students need to know what things look like.
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI am so glad you enjoy them.
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseThanks so much, I have saved them and looked at somelesson
plans (copied a few also).
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseI am so glad you enjoy them
Subject: Re: WOW 3/30Great lesson plans. I like having ideas available. Thescience
experiments are wonderful! Thanks
Subject: Re: another web sitethe smithonian is a great resource!!!
Subject: Re: cyberguidesagreed, the multi-dicipline approach is key. i spent 45minutes
giving my philosophy students the geographicalbackground of western civilization today, b/c
somebodyasked about mel gibson's new movie.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/30I have used the lessonplanspage.com website before. Ithas alot of
good lessons. Thanx for sharing. Nadine

Subject: Re: WOW 3/30These are great!! I will be adding these to myfavorites. Thank you.
Subject: Re: WOW 3/30What a wonderful site...there are so many differentlesson plans. It'll
be a great resource!
Subject: Re: Pictures to UsePatricia: Thanks for the reference to the coloringpictures for the
various
Subject: Re: WOW 3/30WOW! The http://www.lessonplanspage.com makes availableover
2,000 lesson plans, and the http://www.teachers.netprovides 3,000 lesson plans! I think I'll
find one ortwo useful lesson plans out of these sites!I like how the plans are divided into
user friendlycategories. The Wong's story on coping with complaining(teachers.net) was
very insightful. Thanks Kristen.

Subject: WOW Here is an educational site which takes the myriad ofPBS programs
produced around the country and puts themat your fingertips. You need streaming video to
view themany videos presented. There is a teacher site and theyhave provided lesson plans
for teachers to go with manyof the videos.They are inquiry based. The site is calledAmerican
field guide and the URL ishttp://www.pbs.org/americanfieldguide/index.html. Another
helpful site for me ishttp://www.eduplace.com/graphicorganizer/ which has 40printable
graphic organizers. These would be great forfocusing students during group work.
Subject: WOW 4/13/04When I was a History teacher I loved the Library ofCongress.
http://www.loc.gov It is a the best sourcefor Primary Documents that I know of. A must for
anySocial Studies Teacher. And for those that are lookingfor a more kid friendly edition
check out America'sStory, http://www.americaslibrary.gov/cgi-bin/page.cgi This site is
great for younger audiences, when yourthere check out the Jukebox. Kids can really get a
feelfor History by listening to music from different timeperiods.

Subject: Re: WOWVideos are always such a great way to bring a topic tolife fo rstudents.
Especially short clips that can beused to enhance a lesson. I just wish this site had away to
download the video, in case the site becameunavailable, the teacher would still have it and
be ableto use it. You cannot go wrong with graphicorganizers. They really do help
students compileinformation. This page was really good because it gavenew variations that
might help students understand theprocess better than the standard versions.
Subject: Re: WOWThanks for the graphic organizers site. I did apowerpoint presentation on
graphic organizers for myclass last fall, this could have helped me alot. I willkeep it in mind
for some other time. Nadine
Subject: Re: WOWThe eduplace site gives me some ideas that I can use atwhole group time
with my students. I like the KWL,excellent for the age group that I teach. For somereason
I am unable to log on to the pbs site though. Iwill have to try later on, maybe I'll get it
then. Thanks for the sites.
Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04VERY COOL!!!! The Americaslibrary site is great. Themusic is
awsome... we have to introduce music fromdifferent time periods into our curriculum. My
favoritethough was the "You're the Animator" section. You canmake your own animated
cartoon!! Great for languagedevelopment, sequencing, vocabulary, etc. Thanks forthe cool
site.
Subject: Re: WOWIf any one else is having problems going to the PBS site, you most likely
need to delete the period from the end of the link. When it was created, it actuallylinked
the period on the end of the sentence, so whenyou click on it, it brings that period with it.
Allyou need to do is erase it from inside the address barand hit return, it should then be
able to find thepage. Hope that helps-
Subject: Re: WOWIt works so much better when you take the period out ofthe URL. Cool
site too. This provides a greatopportunity for children to see so many things that theymay
never be able to see first-hand. Language, criticalthinking, vocabulary building
opportunities are so richon this site. I thank you very much for these sites.
Subject: Re: WOWWhat an interesting site this is...I can see this beingan excellent resource
for research and learning aboutfrogs. Thanks for the site!
Subject: Re: WOW - latestThis is one of those sites that a teacher cannot livewithout.
Thanks for the site. Also, thanks for pointingout the "Grade Card Comment" examples
because as we allknow, being tactful but to the point is an art. Also,puzzlemaker is a tool
that I love to use.

Subject: Re: Week 3/9Lora...what a fun site. I would definitely use this linkfor my students
to access at home and to practice. Ilove the fun noises and graphics. Thanks for the site!
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/9Thanks for the website Annaliese. When resources cansometimes
be scarce and we have to pull resources on ourown, this kind of website is excellent for a
teacherlike me. Thank you very much for this site.
Subject: Re: WOW - 3/16You know, I've never really been into science. But Ithought this
was a simple fun science site. I willdefinitely use this site in the future. Thanks!
Subject: Re: WOWThanks Stacey.

Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04Thanks for the wonderful sites, I especially liked theAmerica
story's learn about the states pages. They areinformative and easy reading.
Subject: Re: WOWThanks for the sites. My school is really stressingstreaming video, so this
may come in handy.
Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04Interesting sites--I don't teach social studies, but Ilike the What
Happened on Today's Date part of thefirst. Interesing--tomorrow marked two tragedies
inhistory.
Subject: Re: WOWI like your two websites. The PBS website will be veryhelpful in exposing
children to animals etc that theywould normally not be exposed to. I really like
eduplacealso. I have used the graphic prganizers in the past andI downloaded and saved all
the ones offered.
Subject: Re: WOWThis website brings back memories of high schoolbiology. I'll keep it
bookmarked for future use
Subject: Re: WOW - latestI just saw your posting. Webct is acting funny I think.I have used
your websites in the past and they are veryhandy. A to Z teacher stuff is full of ideas and
linkswhich I like. The puzzlemaker is handy for creatingpuzzles according to themes. Which
is great!

Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04Thanks for the websites. I really like both. Theresources are
great for teachers. I like websites thatoffer lesson plans and ideas for use in the classroom.
Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04I love thomas.gov. My kids use it to do research all ofthe time.
I have never found a site that is better withinformation and accessibility.
Subject: Re: WOWThanks for the website. The videos will come in handywith extending
themes.
Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04Really great for history!! Thanks for the great website.

Subject: Re: WOWI really like the graphic organizers site. Looks likeit will be quite usefull.
Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04Both of these are very usefull. I really like the wayAmerica's
story gives info about each state.
Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04Thanks nice sites for history.
Subject: Re: WOWThanks for the graphic organizer site. These organizersare very simple
and useful. I wasn't able to access thepbs site even after removing the ".". I will try
againlater.
Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04Stacy, what great web sites! The LOC was incredible


Subject: WOW 4/20/04WOW 4/20/04 Salutations to all,As a college professor, I am
unfamiliar with the K-12system


Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04This is a really cool site. There are about a millionlinks that go
into incredible depth into a topic. Thisis a great place to go to find all kinds of information. I
was able to find many online activities forpreschoolers and coloring pages that I could use
forpatterns. Thanks for the site... I think I can use thisone at home and in the classroom.
Doak
Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04Thanks for the helplful site. I am just finishing myendorsement
in Earth Science and was planning on writinglesson plans this summer. This site will be very
helpfulfor that!
Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04I really like the culture quest part of the website. Nice to use
when teaching about different cultures.

Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04This site looks like it would be a great starting pointfor any
research topic. Like someone else has saidthere are tons of different links which have tons
of newlinks, etc. You are bound to be able to find somethingyou are looking for.
Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04 What a great site. There are so many links and topics. There
are so many themes I can use with this site. Thanks!!
Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04What a great site!! I went to the Science links, andwas led to
some other very interesting sites. Thanks!!
Subject: RE: IRSI have used this teaching module with my Seniors, toteach
taxes.http://www.irs.gov/app/understandingTaxes/jsp/teacher_home.jsp.This is a really
good site, has a teacher page, studentpage, activities, worksheets, lesson plans
andeducational standards.
Subject: RE: IRSWhat a perfect time it would be to use this in yourclassroom. I really liked
how teachers had access tostate standards and how the lessons fit into theircurriculum. I
think we might all learn something abouttaxes by browsing through what is available on this
site.
Subject: Re: RE: IRSThis is a great website for me, I know next to nothingabout taxes, but I
don't think I'll be able to use it inthe classroom with preschoolers.
Subject: Re: RE: IRSVery cool Vickie. I am teaching a unit on taxes rightnow, so I can use
this. Thanks
Subject: Re: RE: IRSThanks, this will be a good resource for me. My secondgraders
probably wouldn't be interested :)
Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04Great website! I really liked the section about Ocras.It lets the
students become a reseacher. Really Cool!Thanks!
Subject: Re: RE: IRSI didnn't realize that the IRS would actually havesomething useful for
the classroom.Really neat! I guessif I ever decide to teach older grades it would come
inhandy!
Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04Great web site, I especially enjoyed the Art Safariunder the art
and music catagory.
Subject: Re: RE: IRSVery useful site. Very much needed post-high school.
Subject: Re: RE: IRSThis is a great resource for me. Too much for my secondgraders.
Thanks
Subject: Re: cyberguidesSuch great detailed lessons for each grade level. Also,nice
selection of books for students to choose from.Thanks for the site.
Subject: Re: WOW for 3/23Connie, nice site! I like the many options for thevariety of
curiousities students have. At the sametime, as a teacher, I gained much from this
interestingsite also. I particulary enjoyed the graphics, formatand content. Thanks!
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseThank you for the many sites of pictures. I especiallylike the
flags. I would like my students to do an aroundthe nation project and this would be great
for that.

Subject: Re: WOW 3/30I have used lessonplanspage.com for many ideas and thesite has
been very useful. I especially like howeverything is broken down and how easy it is to
findwhat you are looking for. I have yet to useteachers.net...but will soon. Thanks!
Subject: Re: WOWI plan on using the graphic organizers and have plans toeven add a few
on my webpage. If anyone has ideas abouthow to use them in a unique way, throw some
thoughts myway! Thanks!

Subject: Re: WOW 4/13/04Such a great website. I enjoyed playing 'You're theAnimator'...it
kind of reminded me of the san franciscosymphony site where you could put notes together
to makea tune...whereas this one was animating a cartoon. kidswill love it!

Subject: Re: WOW 4/20/04I enjoyed your site. I am always looking for ways toimprove
reading and writing in my classroom, and therewas a great link called 'reading zone' which
had linksto other great sites. The only setback was the many manypop-ups that were killing
me. Other than that, it hadgood information that I will definitely use.

Subject: Re: RE: IRSUnfortunately at this time I am unable to pull up thissite. It keeps
saying error...can you send me the linkagain? Otherwise I'll try again at a later time.
Subject: Re: Pictures to UseFun site, useful for social studies.
Subjectareas. In addition, I believe that the
Subjects. I have used thisseveral times for looking up lesson plans to use andhave found it
to be very useful.http://www.pbs.org/teachersource Let me know what you guys think
Subject area. For those who don't know youcan go online to http://media.klvx.org and
click onthe first url. to sign up for services and request aclient code. They need your name,
e-mail add. and theschool you teach at. You can also reach them by phone at799-1010
x414 and ask for Angela from 9-5 M-F.
Subject forall students. Thanks
Subjectis includedhttp://www.lessonplanspage.comAnd I like this page because it is all
inclusive. Ithas lots of tools for teachers to use. http://www.teachers.net
Subjects. I'm passing them onto colleagues in my other classes that work with littleones.
Subject matterlocated in the Language Arts section of the site couldbe utilized in a
developmental or remedial writingcourse for under prepared college students: with
sometime and effort, I believe that I could incorporate theLanguage Arts section into my
curriculum as independentstudy lessons. Thanks for the idea and the excellent Website.
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Subject: how whenwhen are we supposed to have the link to the website of the week? Am iin the
right area? as i understood it, we were supposed to have awebsite of the day and have
discussions...help thanks
Subject: Re: how whenYour name and date appears in the in the role assignments tab on the
homepage.Maria Gutierrez
Subject: Free Website GraphicsHello class,         This is not the Website of the Day. It is the WOY (
Website ofYesterday). Sorry for the delay. I had trouble logging into Webct. Well,the website I
thought we would enjoy especially now that we are neckdeep into webpage creating is,
http//www.hellasmultimedia.com/webimages/education/default.htm                What a long address
right. Anyway, it is a site that has freeeducational graphics to download for use on your webpage.
When it saysfree I don't think copyright laws pertain, so you don't have toreference the graphics.
I found this site using Google search engine,and I used "free educational pictures"as my hints. I
hope this helps.If anyone knows how to make a direct link to a website when you type itin your e-
mail please let me know.Thanks
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsIn message 1821 on Wednesday, June 9, 2004 8:56am, Tyson
Blaz writes:>Hello class, >       This is not the Website of the Day. It is the WOY ( Website
of>Yesterday). Sorry for the delay. I had trouble logging into Webct. Well,>the website I thought
we would enjoy especially now that we are neck>deep into webpage creating is,
>>http//www.hellasmultimedia.com/webimages/education/default.htm
http://www.hellasmultimedia.com/webimages/education/default.htm
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsThere is no doubt this site had its share of graphics. One
problem Ihad with it is with all the darn pop ups that I got when I looked atthis site. It also
seemed like a lot of the backgrounds were very lightin color and did not show up very well at least
on my computer. But I may go back and find some pictures that I may be able to use aslink
pictures.Mark Chaput

Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsGood choice of first WOD Tyson. I'm sure a lot of us will use
some of the graphics for our web sites. I have to agree with Mark that the pop-ups were really
annoying and constant. I also thought that most of the graphics were geared toward elementary
school usage although there were definitely some that I would use as a high school teacher. There
were several Welcome graphics that I liked that would be great for my home page. I also thought
that website was fairly easy to navigate around. Although I would have preferred to see more
different graphics on a single page as opposed to have to flip through so many different pages.
That way it would be easier to compare different graphics choices.
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsThanks for this great site. I really liked the backgrounds, lots
ofvariety and colors. I hope to be able to use some in my web site. Maria
Subject: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.I am getting my Masters in
Library Science and one teacher, Andre Yates,had us use this web site to create our own web page
that is kind of likea webquest. It is called Filamentality. This site is also a greatresource for
computer activities for all grade levels. I have used lotsof them and my students enjoy doing
them. Have any others used thissite? What do you think?
http://www.kn.pacbell.com/wired/bluewebn/

Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsGreat website. Can't wait to use the graphics.Carol
Subject: Kinder WebsiteHello,I use a wonderful website for early childhood teachers to get ideas
for teaching. It has links to books and additional sites in early learning. This site has pictures and
excellent thematic units. The website is http://www.kinderkorner.com. I don't know how to post
the website any other way. It anyone knows how to link it directly to the web, let me know.

Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteLooks like a good resource for K. Very colorful and easy to use links.
Subject: Re: Free Website Graphics/Design tip...Thanks for the link Tyson. It looks like this site
has a lot of useful basic images. It's too bad they don't use a better way of cataloging them (other
than 1, 2, etc.) so that specific images would be easier to locate. Here's my design tip--for better
or worse: I think using free graphics can be a real asset to a page IF they are placed on a page or
table with a matching background. For example, if you have a page with a blue background and
place an image that has white space around it, it seems to say--"I just stuck this image here
because it was quick and easy, even though it doesn't match my page, but oh well..." Even worse
is when one uses multiple images of different sizes--like sticking a bunch of varied sized stickers
on a page. End of rant. (Note: background colors can be edited to match a page in a program like
Photoshop, going from gif to Photoshop and back to gif can effect quality. And don't even try it on
an animated gif.)
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.I learned about this site
when I took his class also. I loved it. Ifound it easy for me to use. I especially liked the
Treasure Huntactivites. It gave my students some experience navigating the web without it being
overwhelming.
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsGreat site!! I am always looking for new graphics etc. It gets
kind ofboring using the same old stuff all the time
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.I think that this will be an
awesome resource to use for any class. Good job.

Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteIt looks like this would be a great site for stuff for the little ones.
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.I had the class with Dr.
Yates as well. The filamentality site is anexcellent one. It is easy to use and setup. By the end of
last schoolyear I was having kids do a web based lesson that I made on biomes. This upcoming
year I will be using it to make lessons for things likemitosis and meiosis. I would definetly back
you up in therecommendation of the filamentality site.Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: Kinder WebsitePam,       A really nice site. I really could not use it since I teach10-
12th graders. Oh what, for some of my students it might actually dovery well. Just kidding. It
operated very easily and I liked how sheposts for upcoming workshops. Do you know anything
else about the ladyVictoria who runs this site.Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsI thought that url looked familiar... I have used that sight in
the pastfor images for my class. I really is great. The best part is it is free,so many of the sites I
have used in the past now require a membership fee.
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.Maria,Up to this summer
semester I had my preservice teachers useFilimentality to create their first websites. I agree it is a
great sitefor a beginner. The draw backs are no color and no graphics, but it is agreat text-based
webpage.
Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteReally a cute site. I like the calandar with upcoming conference
dates.I like sites that have templated to download and use in class, that isvery helpful. I teach
middle school classes so I do not have a directuse for the information, but it is a good resource for
my otherteachers. I will pass it on.
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsHey Tyson! I think that this site is great. I love being able to
use new graphics for my class. Thanks for the info.
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.This is a great site. I did
not know that it was out there. I can't wait to use some of the activities on there in my class next
year. Thanks for the great site.

Subject: Kinder cornerWhat a great site - I wish I had that resource way back when in my year of
the little ones. That would have been great. The beginning of the year stuff is terrific - will pass
that on to a teacher at school who is moving to kinder next year.By the way - when your message
posted the url became a link - does this email program do that automatically? Cos some of the
eariler postings don't seem to be links. I know that when I am using word it will automatically
convert things into links and I don't have to do anything special.
Subject: Re: Kinder WebsitePam,Very cute, useful website. I'm going to be using this website
over the summer with mylittle guy.thanks,carol
Subject: New websiteMy website of the day is www.funbrain.comThis website has several
resources available for everyone. There is a section for students and teachers as well. You can
generate tests,worksheets, get lesson plans for thematic units etc. The student area contains
games that reinforce basic skills in math, science etc.You can search for a
Subject: Re: New websiteI'm going to try this again because you couldn't get straight to the
website the way I typed it so please be patient.The website is http://www.funbrain.com.Let's see if
this works.thanks,carol

Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.Wow! what a website. If
you can't find something here there's a problem.Can't wait to use it next year.thanks.carol

Subject: Re: New websiteGreat website! There is so many different things do do on it!

Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.I love this website! Not
only is it a great resource for finding relevant online resources based on
Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteThis is a nice site for youngsters and for teachers of youngsters to
connect. The simple layout makes it very welcoming as well
Subject: Re: New websiteThis site has so many great activities that kids would do and enjoy. I
liked the daily journal entry. It is a great example to kids about how journal entries should be
written. The layout was a little bit busy and confusing, but I think once you familiarize yourself
with the layout it's fairly easy to navigate around.
Subject: New WebsiteFunbrain is a great site for all ages. I haven't had time to explore the
teacher area but the kids areas are great and you can certainly make use of the various skill and
age levels for the variety of needs in a classroom. Great site!
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsThanks for the graphics help! I am a novice and need all the
added extras to help me create my website. This site is exciting and fresh. Students love to see
color and animation.....Thanks!Tara
Subject: Re: New websiteIn message 1883 on Thursday, June 10, 2004 10:53am, Carol Cooney
writes:>My website of the day is www.funbrain.com>>This website has several resources
available for everyone. There is asection for students >and teachers as well. You can generate
tests,worksheets, get lessonplans for thematic >units etc. The student area contains games that
reinforce basic skillsin math, science etc.>You can search for a
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.This site is so user
friendly.......I get overwhelmed at times with the amount of resources we have at our fingertips!
It is great to know where to go with the help of all of you. By the end of this course, we will all be
so much more prepared for teaching with technology!Tara

Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteYes, I will be using this site over the summer with my 6 year old...... i
agree that some of my high schoolers would also benefit!! Nice downloadable items.Tara
Subject: Re: FunbrainThis site was introduced to my in ICS 760. I have used the quizlab in my
science class. You can schedule the computer lab at your school, and let them all take a quiz at
the same time.......it grades it for you!!!!Tara
Subject: Re: New websiteMy kids taught me about this website. I have explored many of
theactivities but should spend more time with the quiz format. I'lldefinately look into it next year.
Thanks for the info.
Subject: Re: Free Website Graphics - too many pop upsI liked the site and the material available,
for what I looked at. I couldn't stand the pop ups and all the questions about installing and
downloading. I'm not on my computer so that worries me about what might appear on this
computer later.
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.thanks for the info on
another great site, i'm always in the market for new onesAl
Subject: Re: Kinder Websitewhat a special site, i teach fifth grade, but most lessons can be
modified so i might give some a trymore importantly, i'll pass on the site to the kinder and primary
teachers
Subject: Re: Kinder Websiteafter further investigation i found something very usefulthe "may is"
areai always get so upset when i hear that it is something like "eat dessert first month" and not
know it was coming, this way i'll use this site and be preparedthere is more useful info than "eat
dessert first month" but i like the fun onesi have wondered and tried to find these listings
thanks,Al
Subject: WebsiteI found this website and had to share it although my WOD isn't due for a while.
http://www.teachertools.org/index.html This extensive website has information on bulletin boards,
games, form letters, lesson plans, software, and even tips for substitutes. This website has
extensive downloadable and printable information. It also has a place for teachers to submit their
own stuff. Jacqueline Wohlt
Subject: Re: New websitenice site! i'm constantly looking for ways to get my students excieted
about learning, this site provides some - they all love gamesi ended up playing a few games
myself, i need to if i'm going to have my students use them, i must test the product, that was my
downfall while bartending during my undergradAl
Subject: Re: Funbrain - quizlabthanks for the info on quiz lab, i was just playing games and didn't
even look at that area
Subject: Re: WebsiteI think this site has lots of potential especially the curriculum site.I didn't like
that you had to download the game sites, etc.

Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsThanks for the website. I liked all of the graduation graphics.
With the end of the year coming soon I hope that I will be able to use it.Meaghan Goecke

Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.This was the first time that
I had viewed this website. I liked that it gave a wide range of areas to choose from. It seemed to
be towards more secondary education. I think that it is a good reference to have.
Subject: Re: New websiteThere is more to this site than I can explore in one day. I will haveto go
back to it again later. It seems to have a lot of activites thatwould hold my students attention. I
looked at a couple of the teacherlesson plans. Some of them looked interesting.
Subject: Re: New websiteThe link worked! What a great site. I took one of the grammar test...
Iwas CLEVERThis site has a lot for everyone. I like sites that have areas forparents to get help
when working with their students at home. I like theidea of the quiz lab. It might be worth taking
the 30 day trial.
Subject: Re: WebsiteWow! what a great site. There are so many helpful areas. I like theletters and
forms and curriculum area. This is a site I plan to put intomy favorites and refer to it often.Thanks
for sharing.Marianne
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsThe site id ok...but too many pop ups. For a novice like me I
likesimple and organized info -took me a while to look for what i wanted. Iwill surely inlcude this
site to my collection of free sources...star
Subject: Re: WebsiteThis a great web site specially for teachers and the creation of
lessonplans..star
Subject: Re: Websiteanother valuable site with many opportunities, i may use some of the lessons
next year in my classroom
Subject: Re: WebsiteThis site has an incredible amount of info. that could definetly makethe job of
a teacher easier. I also like the plans which you couldeasily get and leave for a sub. Something
besides just a movie. Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: New websiteWorked very well. The funbrain site was just that fun. The
onlydrawback I saw for me was that it was geared for lower grades. While mystudents at Western
might have fun with it, there is not much I canactually use. But I enjoyed playing on it. Mark
Chaput

Subject: Re: New websiteThis looks great. It could be very usefull for both teachers and students

Subject: Re: WebsiteThis looks like it will be very helpfull

Subject: WOD 6/11<p>The Website of the Day is: <a href="http://www.readwritethink.org/"
target="http://www.readwritethink.org/">http://www.readwritethink.org</a>/ This website
contains a variety of lesson plans and activities for literacy for grades K-12. The site also contains
the IRA/NCTE standards for literacy, web resources, and student materials to support literacy. It is
an outstanding resource for teachers of Reading and Writing at all levels.</p>
Subject: Re: WOD 6/11Real nice website. It is easy to work through and contains a lot ofvaluable
resources. I know it would come in hand where I teach becausethe student's often reads way
below a high school level.Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: WebsiteThank you for the web site. I found several ideas for my classroom.
Iespecially liked the bulletin board ideas. I am not very artistic butmany seemed like something I
could do. There were also many reallisticlesson plans.
Subject: Re: WebsiteThanks for posting this site before your day! That just means that you will
give us another great site on your day!Tara

Subject: Re: WOD 6/11This site gave me a great idea.....it would be fun to reference certain
national events on the calander provided and do a warm up activity related to them....... :)Tara
Subject: Re: WOD 6/11It is nice to see a site that has reading lesson ideas for studentsolder than
5th or 6th grade.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/11Great site! I like the comic strip maker.
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.Really cool site... I am still
having fun with it....Deb
Subject: Re: Kinder WebsitePam.... good web site.. I dont teach the younger ones.. but for some
middle school aged kids it would be a great source... and I will be using it for my kids this
summer at home.... thanks a bunch!Deb

Subject: Re: New websiteCarol... I loved the thematic units... and being a science teacher.. the
science sections were great... wonderful for reviews or remediation... or even for those who want
to investigate on their own... I am adding this link to my web page for my students to use.Deb

Subject: Re: WebsiteI agree with Mark.... I like having something besides a video for a sub to
do... this is great!..... and like others have said.. it will be on my bookmark/favorites....Deb

Subject: Re: WOD 6/11Ditto Tara... I love the idea of using the calander for warm ups.. and not
only with national events... but famous females, minorities, groups(scientist, mathmaticians,
etc.)... since we strive so hard to reach and exceed the need to include a multicultural aspect to
our lessons and classroom environment... this would help us keep track of our efforts as well...
and I can see some real cute ideas from the comic strip.... how cool!Deb
Subject: Re: WOD 6/11I discovered this site last year and love it. I especially loved the comic
strip for my ELL students and there are a lot of good graphic organizers on this sit
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.I also liked the
filamentality website. I created a hotlist for all the databases and websites our librarian had listed
so that teachers can have students click where they want to go for research. It cuts down on the
time it takes them to correctly type in a web address. With such limited time in the computer lab,
I hate wasting 20 minutes of it with students mistyping addresses and unable to get where they
want to be.The down side of the filamentality site was that you have very little control with how
the page is formatted when you are done. Also, the hotlist would only let me sort links into 5
different categories, and I could've used a few more.
Subject: Re: New websiteI've used this website before, but it's been a couple of years. It seems
they've added some cool stuff since the last time I was here. Great site.
Subject: new websiteCarol,Great site - I do like it for all groups of kids and it is a great "filler"
when students finish projects in the lab etc. Good find!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/11What a gem of a website. Thanks for the bookmark!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/11Carrie,What a great site if you are a Reading or LanguageArts teacher.
Iespecially like the link to the 100 greatest books. The lessonplan selector allows you to limit your
choices to exactly whatyou are looking for.This is a site well worth passing on.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/11Great site. Very usefull information

Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.I learned about this site
last week during a workshop. It was really easy to make a hotlist and a webquest. It does lack all
the frilly cool graphics, but it is clean and to the point. It also has a great abundance of resources
at our finger tips. I enjoyed making a hotlist, although it was very time consuming. I don
Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteI liked the site. I think that the teacher must have lots of time for the
projects she shows. I like the calendar of events, too. It makes it easier to plan ahead if you
know when national popcorn week is! :-) As a primary teacher though, it seems that she wants
you to purchase more materials. I also didn't like that when I clicked on Apples, it was one long
list of various activities to do, which were cool, but I think needed to be a little better
organized.Tanya
Subject: Re: New websiteI have been to this website just last week. It is fun! I liked playing the
games. I especially liked the games about money. My first graders still had a hard time with
money by the end of the year. If I incorporate this site into my teaching maybe it will help them
get more practice.Tanya
Subject: Re: WebsiteI liked this site. It offers a lot. I really like that they have a hotlist for lesson
plans and various other things such as easy dinner recipes for teachers who have been on their
feet all day. I will definitley use this site. Boy, all these WOD are going to make me a very busy
surfer.Tanya
Subject: Re: WebsiteI too liked the lesson plans but was sad to find many of the links on the
substitute pages had expired or were bad (a word to the wise to check your links frequently?) I
am frequently asked to take a class when a sub doesn't show up last minute and was looking for
some good, quick activities to have ready to go.
Subject: 6/15 WODhttp://ctcnet.org/index.htmCheck out this site:            if you are getting your M.ed
with and an emphasize on Educational Technology            if you ever wonder how you can help break
the Digital Divide       if you would like to know how to start up a Community Technology Center
(CTC)       if you would like to see other CTC's all over the countryThis site is a really good source
for those who would like to integrate technology or have some sort of technology program outside
of the school day. If you would like to see what some other schools and communities are doing
with technology, click on the Member's Directory. P.S. Did you know that there are very few CTC's
in Las Vegas?
Subject: Re: 6/15 WODBoy, this one contains a lot of information. As you said, very good
foranyone going on to further themselves in computers and technology. Alsoa nonprofit
organization. It was nice to see some of the things theyare doing for the different
communities.Mark Chaput

Subject: 6/14 WODAs a science teacher, I am often asked for lessons or ideas for teachingscience
by teachers who do not like science... or are not good inscience. These (Elementary) teachers beg
for something that they can doin their class that would be easy for them to do AND easy to do
withtheir students. Below are 3 sites that I love to use... and give out toother teachers to build up
their resource library .... I have not had abad review yet (could it be that they are just being nice
since theyasked for my help... or are the sites really fun for others, too?) Letme know what you
think....Animated disections for the faint of heart - and LOADS of
fun...http://www.froguts.com/flash_content/index.htmlEnglish/Spanish interactive plant
site........www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/index.htmlAnimated/Interactive site for cellular
biology..........www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/infection/index.htmlDeb
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODLets try those last two
again....http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/gpe/index.htmlhttp://www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/infecti
on/infect/index.htmlDeb
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODGreat websites!! I definatly needed science resources to teach
mystudents. I liked the disection website. The frog would have came inhandy when we had
tadpoles growing into frogs!!
Subject: Re: 6/15 WODGood site- really full of information and resources. I agree - it is nice to
see a non profit - they seem to be few and far between these days. Marilu
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODLiked Bud and his activities. Well thought out and good layout for kids. I
couldn't get into the second site- said the page had moved. When I taught science I would have
been one of those coming to you!Marilu

Subject: Re: 6/14 WODI thought the froguts website was awesome! I never had an oppotunity to
dissect a frog, so I went ahead and did so - very neat. I definitely think this website is good for
younger students, because it is very basic. You can't really make a mistake, as it doesn't let you
do anything but that which you are supposed to. I would think that a more complicated dissection
would be good for a higher level, maybe high school, student.

Subject: Re: 6/15 WODWell, it was good to see CCSN on there. Very well constructed website
with all of the information they provide. I wonder if it is just not very well known around here and
that is why Las Vegas only has on CTC? There are several non-profit agencies I can think of off
hand that could definitely benefit from this service. I will do my best to pass the word on.

Subject: Re: 6/15 WODexcellent site!

Subject: Re: 6/14 WODgreat info for science teachers

Subject: Re: 6/14 WODYears ago in H.S., I avoided taking biology because I didn't want todisect a
fetal pig, frog and cat. The botany class I took was great butI always thought that there should
have been an alternative for those ofus that didn't want to cut up anything. The froguts site would
have beenexactly what I needed. I'm glad that it is now available and looks to beexpanding soon.
I can use this with some of my 3rd graders who areinterested in this information. Thanks,
Subject: Re: 6/15 WODI got very useful information and resources from the YOUTHLEARN tab.
Thelessons were easy to understand and doable. Are the computer centers atPalo, Cheyenne,
Charleston, Green Valley and Henderson CTC centers?
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODThe second site is fantastic. I used it this year because our schoolstarted a
garden. The kids still go back on their own to redo theactivities and refresh their learning. The
third site I could not get tocome up. The message said not available or incorrect address. Thanks
forthe sites.

Subject: Re: 6/14 WODWow that was fun. I swear I could smell the formaldehyde. I dissectedthe
frog and tested out on the squid, too bad the other animals arestill under construction. Not being
a science teacher I don't know howwell this site would intergrate with the biology curriculum. I
know Ienjoyed it more then the last tie I had to dissect something.
Subject: Re: 6/15 WODIn message 2015 on Monday, June 14, 2004 7:09pm, Maria Gutierez
writes: >Are the computer centers at Palo, Cheyenne, Charleston, Green Valleyand Henderson CTC
centers?I think they are if they provide services outside of instructional timeand offered to the
community. Do they?
Subject: Re: 6/15 WODThis site has a lot of information that can be used for research
ontechnology in education. There is also a great list of available grants.This site would be very
useful to someone doing advance studies abouttechnology in school.
Subject: Correction to WOD 6/14My mistake... I did not type the last site correctly... I promise
that it works!www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/infection/index.html
Subject: Re: WOD 6/11holy guacamole! what and extensive list of lessons, it will take some time
to examine them carefully and "disect out" the lessons that are useable in my classroomi do like
how it is so well organized according to grade level, literary strand, and literary
engagementanother useful site, my favorites page is bursting!
Subject: Re: Correction to WOD 6/14WELL.... IT WORKED THAT WAY ON MY WEB SITE....guess
you have to try it this way..http://www.amnh.org/nationalcenter/infection/index.htmlOK.... if that
does not work.... I dont know what to do!!
Subject: Re: comic strip makerwhere was the comic strip maker? i looked but couldn't
findthanks,Al
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODI was not quite up to trying the first sight, but I loved the second. Iwill
save the site so I can use it with my students during the school year.
Subject: Re: 6/15 WODit's seems like an excellent commumity resource, too bad Las Vegas only
has one listing

Subject: Re: 6/14 WODfun, educational and informative sites i'm glad that my students and i will
have something easy to do in elementary school next year (we usually just play kickball all day)
:)i'll have to intergrate it in my plans with reading, writing, math, social studies..........
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODDebra,           Being a fellow science teacher, I absolutely loved the
froggutssite. I must admit the one part of the year I actually don't lookforward to is dissection.
Even without the old preserving agents itstill smells and it seems more and more each year that
less kids arechoosing to do alternate assignments. This could not only get thepoints across, but
do it while saving a lot of money. I have seen othersites like virtual frog, but this one was much
better and had a cooler name.Mark Chaput

Subject: Re: comic strip makerIt's under student materials. 'Comic Creator'Jackie
Subject: Re: 6/15 WODI think the site is loaded with information. I had never heard of CTC
before. It sounds like a great way to get ALL people access to computers.
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODAlthough I am not a science teacher I love the frogutz site. It is highly
interactive and I imagine the students love it.

Subject: Re: 6/15 WODI really appreciate this site as a "how to" for integrating technology. I also
appreciated the ability to view what other schools/organizations are doing. Good choice.
Subject: Re: Correction to WOD 6/14What a great site. Filled with fun, but informative stuff. I love
theexplaination of how Lou got the Flu, and kids will too. It is also goodto know I did not give that
virus to my computer.This is a fun site that can be very useful in an elementary scienceclass.
Thanks
Subject: Re: Free Website GraphicsI always enjoy free graphics. I sometimes pay for them if they
work well with my site design. However the more I have the less I need to pay. At some point if
you have an arsenal of images, resources you can design many different pages.
Subject: Re: Correction to WOD 6/14That was a fun site - thanks for your persistence in getting
the right page. Well worth it. Marilu
Subject: Re: Correction to WOD 6/14Neat site. It's great for fluent readers. I think good readers
would enjoy this site.
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODAll right, I spent a 1/2 hr playing on this site myself. I love it!!!I am
always looking for science sites -- if you know of any others that are spectacular please let me
know.carol
Subject: Re: 6/14 WODMore science sites. Just what I need!!! they were great and I'm sure my
students will like them too.Carol

Subject: Re: 6/14 WODGreat site-i will add it in my favorites-star

Subject: Re: 6/15 WODGreat site with a lot of information!!
Subject: Re: Correction to WOD 6/14Great site!! I can see this being used as a technology lesson
link!! Iknow it will help me and my students when we need to learn aboutinfections!!

Subject: Re: WebsiteYes, this is a great resource for teachers. Thanks!

Subject: Re: 6/15 WODYes.
Subject: WOD for 6/16Sorry this is a little early but I have a PDE tomorrow and will not beable to
post until tomorrow night. My site is http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php It is a site for
teachers tocreate rubrics. The site offers several options. You do not need toregester to use the
site, only if you want to save your work for anotherday.
Subject: Re: 6/15 WODJessica... It did not take me long to figure out that Vegas was a little short
in the resource department... I moved here from Alaska last summer... and we had more centers
there.... but I loved this site... there was so much information.. and it seemed to be well
organized.. I did not have time to visit all the sections... but I plan on marking it and going back
to it this weekend... thanks for the link.... it will certainly come in handyDeb
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16What a timely matter for this site to be introduced. Rubrics makethings
so nice to grade, but sometimes even what you think will be aneasy one to create takes forever.
Wish I had this one semester ago. Nice site.Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16Terryl.... I love this site and have used it before... it's great for
designing your own rubrics... but it is also a good resource if you chose to use one designed by
another teacher... or just to get ideas on how to design your own rubric..... lots of options... I love
using rubrics for my students.. they always know exactly what to expect .. and should know their
grade before they turn the work in ...if they have followed the rubric....Great site... (and I don't
mind it being early... I got a jump start on tomorrow!)Deb

Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16Great site! I need a way to help with ruberics!
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16Thanks for this bookmark. I had to scramble this year for
differentwriting rubrics and now I can make my own. I always have such a range ofwriters that it
will be nice to individualize my conference time withthem. Also, my students will now have a
written document to refer to asthe think about improving their writing.
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16Terry,I love this site. I have steered my teachers to this site when
theyshowed an interest in using rubrics for some assignments. It is filledwith so much great
information.Good choice!
Subject: Re: May 10, great resource and place to make webquests, etc.I keep seeing this website
more and more. Is it new? does anybody know. It has a great deal of information for just about
anything you may need for education.
Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteI dont teach primary anymore but this site is extensive. I liked how
she showed setting up her room. At the bottom she credited all of the graphics she used. I knew
and use most of them but found some new ones. Thanks

Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16Great site - and as was said, very timely (projects 3 and 4). I too like
using rubrics but sometimes become brain dead when trying to create one without prompts or
examples.I also like how it will time you out in 40 minutes - a little incentive to get going!Marilu
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16I think that this site can be very helpful to us. I can't wait to usewhen
it comes to essay writing. How easy it will be for the students tosee what they have to do.
Thanks for the link!
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16thanks for reminding me of this site, i have heard of it and saw it used
before, but never used it myself, i look forward to using it in the future
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16That is awesome. I think rubrics are a great tool, but they are such
apain the neck to create. Thanks!!
Subject: Re: New websiteMy students like to takes tests on the computer. It makes it more fun
for them??? So the Quiz lab is a great idea. I may try it as well
Subject: Re: WebsiteThe curriculum area is extensive. I couldnt believe all of the teacher
resources. It is nice to have them all listed in one place.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/11I saw the link to marco polo at the top. I had several days of training on
this and never heard anymore about it. I was nice to see it is still around. I looked at the lessons
and saw one about abc's building content vocabulary. I may take Kathy Schrock's abc's of web
design and do it with my 8th graders.

Subject: WOD 6/17My area of focus is literacy so here are a couple of sites that deal with books
and children's authors:http://www.magickeys.com/booksThis site has online story books (great for
reluctant readers) and some other goodies.http://www.carolhurst.comThis site is by the same lady
as the kinder corner site recommended by Pam Borgos earlier in this course. She also has a great
link for the younger kids off the kinder corner site. Enjoy! Marilu

Subject: Re: WOD 6/17I am going to thank you from my daughter for these sites. She will be
afirst year 5th grade teacher in the Fall. Her emphasis in college wasReading, she hopes to move
up to JH Reading Teacher. These are sitesthat will blow her away. I am very proud that she is
extreme committedto the integration of Technology into her curriculum.Thanks again
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17Marilu,I really liked the magickeys site. I am going for my masters
ofeducation in library sciences. I am currently taking multiculturalchildrens literature with Dr.
Giorgis and this site will come in veryhandy. I like the ability to search for different books.Mark
Chaput
Subject: WOD for 6/18The website I am posting is http://www.cellsalive.com. It is a greatsite for
science teachers, especially biology. It has many pictures anddownloads which I incorporate into
my power point presentations. Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18Cool site! I wish I had that when I was studying cells. Mabye I
wouldhave gotten a better grade......

Subject: Re: WOD 6/17Marilu... I LOVED THE STORY BOOK SITE!... my students at Roy Martin
were 2nd - 3rd grade readers in 6th grade.... this would be a great site for any teacher to refer
to... and use for our own children/grandchildren......for me personally... I am glad to have a place
to go to when looking for literature that I can use in my curriculum..... Thanks again...Deb

Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18Mark.... I have used this one before... and it is one that I pass on to
others who ask for science resourceses..... dont you just love it!? The kids certainly do....Deb

Subject: Re: WOD 6/17excellent literacy sites, i especially liked the link for teachers
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17 - multicultural liti took that class with Dr. Giorgis last summer, it's a great
class
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18this will be useful to help my fifth graders better understand the basic
componets of cells
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18I've like the cellsalive website since the first time I saw it. I don't teach
elementary anymore, so I don't teach science anymore. I wish I'd known about this site when I
was teaching 5th grade.

Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18looks great!
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17looks like a great site
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18Now I know more about dust mites then I ever wanted to know. Love
theanimations. Multimedia sure has added a lot to science.
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18i did not realize that one could stay awake for almost 24 hrs and
notexhaust all the great websites available for educators and learnersalike to get data from....my
list is growing star

Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18wow, what a great site - I too don't teach science at the present but
wish I had had this when I was doing fifth grade - it is better than hands on and less messy!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/17Thanks for this great resource. I can use it immediately for several ofmy
struggling readers whose parents don't use the library. With summerbreak coming up, I know that
these students will go use this website toread these stories. I'll also use it next year with all my
studentsduring part of our computer time, maybe partner read, etc. Thanks again.
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18I wish I had known about this site last year. My son could have used
itto help him with his bilogy class. I'll pass it on to him anyway and seewhat he thinks.
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18Great site,Keep the science ones coming!!! I keep exploring myself and
there areso many out there.Carol

Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18great site! I will pass it on to the science teachers that I now.

Subject: WOD 6/22/04My Website of the day is: http://www.qualint.comThis site features a
program called Wordsheets. This is a great puzzlemaker. You can create crosswords,
wordsearches, or word jumbles.You can download Wordsheets and create 10 free puzzles, but
then if youwant more you need to purchase a license for $25. I downloaded the freetrial and it
really works great. I am seriously considering paying the$25 to be able to keep it. They also have
several free sample puzzles that are in .pdf that you canprint out and useOverall, I feel that this is
a really great program and is well worththe $25, but even if you don't want to pay, you still get 10
free onesplus all of the sample ones that they have available on the site.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04I definetly know the benefits of puzzles. Especially crosswords.
Thissite is very nice and the 10 free ones are nice. I often use puzzles inreviews to get ready for a
test and students at the high school levelreally seem to like them. If I didn't already have my own
puzzlegenerators on my labtop I would really consider purchasing this one.Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04This web site is great-although I dont use a lot of word games, I
mighttry and implement it in some of my health related class as a post test-star
Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04This website is another good tool for teachers and students. I had
madestudents create their own word searches using puzzlemaker.com and theyenjoyed trading
with others and working out the puzzles. I used it in acooperative partner lesson.l Thanks for
resource.

Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04Thanks for the site. It looks like a great one.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04a great resource to create additional resourceswe have a program at
our site called something like word cross, which allows the teacher to created crossword puzzlesi
will use this site along with this web page
Subject: culture gramsccsd has numerous research databases available for use by students and
staff at home and at school, they are funded by the legislature and some by the district, the state
legislature tracks the use of them and as quoted by one librarian, if we don't use them, we'll lose
themthe database i use most frequently is Culture Grams
at:http://onlineedition.culturegrams.comuser id: nevadapassword: silver
Subject: 6/22 WOD culture grams againccsd has numerous research databases available for use
by students and staff at home and at school, they are funded by the legislature and some by the
district, the state legislature tracks the use of them and as quoted by one librarian, if we don't use
them, we'll lose themthe database i use most frequently is Culture Grams
at:http://onlineedition.culturegrams.comuser id: nevadapassword: silver

Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04Great site!! I will use this one in the future!
Subject: Re: culture gramsGreat site!! This would have come in so handy when we had
ourmulticultural fair!
Subject: Re: culture gramsI really like the kids edition. I'll use it next year as a resource for facts
about Nevada and other states. Thanks
Subject: Re: culture gramsFood, famous people, and beautiful photos.... how great!... I will use
this one again....Deb
Subject: Re: culture gramsGreat site. My 3 year old liked looking at the animals with me! I
knowthis would be a great tool for the classroom, Thank you Alan!
Subject: Re: culture gramsI recently learned about culture grams in a library class I took thispast
semester. Really is easy to use and I agree it is somethingteachers need to take advantage of.
One of my favorite parts of thissite is the recipes you can find.Mark Chaput

Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04Thomas,Last semester I had a teacher who was complaining about how
long it tookher to create crossword puzzles and wordsheets for her 5th grade class.I plan to steer
her to this website. You are right, it is well worth the$25 if you use puzzles in your curriculum.
Subject: Re: culture gramsWhat a great site. Is this site maintained by CCSD or do they pay forthe
access? Is that why it has to be password protected?What a wealth of information, just sitting
waiting to be accessed.
Subject: Re: culture gramsI used this one with my students this year. They found it easy to use.
They also found information about how people live in these countriesthat they didn't find anywhere
else.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04Nice site.I, too, like to use crossword puzzles in class. The kids love
them...it would probably be worth the 25 dollars.carol

Subject: Intelligence Website<p>For my website of the day, I wanted to point out an excellent
educational resource. It has been invaluable for me, as my current research focuses on Human
Intelligence and more specifically, Emotional Intelligence. I found it difficult to locate a good,
comprehensive, but not confusing history of intelligence. The following web site was developed at
Indiana University: </p><p><a href="http://www.indiana.edu/~intell/">Human
Intelligence</a></p><p>I recommend this website for anyone looking for information or
interested in the history of intelligence.† I also highly recommend those designing their own
websites for educational resources to look at this place for a great example..</p>
Subject: Re: 6/22 WOD culture grams againThis site is great! I e-mailed it to my mother, who is
a high school spanish teacher. She likes to do pot lucks with her students and have them taste
foods from different spanish-speaking countries. I know she will appreciate the recipe section. I
also thought the photo section was great
Subject: Re: Intelligence WebsiteWow! I read Howard GArdner,s recent paper on what we should
teach and how we should teach. Great article. I'd like to meet or take a class from him. Thanks for
this site.

Subject: Re: Intelligence WebsiteMy favorite part of this site was about the intelligence testing.
Ihave a bachelors in psychology and how they come up with some of thesetests has always been
interesting. I like the detailed description onhow they are made, what the scores mean, etc. I tell
you what, justfrom visiting that site I already feel smarter.Mark Chaput

Subject: Re: Intelligence WebsiteMichelle.... this was a great site... I wish I had it at the beginning
of my program... my husband is just starting his BA in Sped. Ed.... and he is sooooooo excited
about this site... it will make his life so much easier... and it makes me feel smarter too Mark!Deb

Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteI liked all of the Literacy activities that the site offers. This would be
great for any kiner or first grade teacher. I also enjoed looking at all of the thematic units.
Subject: Re: WebsiteI enjoyed the website I thought I would be a good one to include in my end
of the year letter to parents. It will give them a good site for their cild to work on over the
summer.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/11Neat Literacy website. I was able to find the comic strip maker. I would
need to spend a little more time with it. I think that the kids would ejoy it. I also enjoyed peeking
thru the lesson plans.

Subject: Re: 6/15 WODNice website very informative!!!

Subject: Re: Intelligence Websitevery interesting info!

Subject: Re: culture gramsvery cool!!!

Subject: Re: Intelligence WebsiteVery interesting. My husband has a psyc minor and enjoyed it!!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/22/04Site looks great - think it would be worth the $25 - could even split it
with a grade level or something - sure that is illegal but you know what I mean... Marilu
Subject: Re: culture gramsGreat site - just did some research for my upcoming trip to Russia - like
the ease of navigation and wow is it vast...... well worth using so we don't lose it.

Subject: Re: Intelligence Websitewow - what a lot of info - good to share with parents too! thanks
Subject: Re: Intelligence WebsiteGreat site. When I go back to Graduate School (LOL) I want to
doextensive studies on Multiple Intellegences. I have done searches onthis topic, but seem to have
missed this site. I used the text link fromyour e-mail to get to it, what is the URL? The site opens
in a window,for me, that does not show the Navigation Bar.

Subject: Re: Intelligence Websiteinteresting site
Subject: wod 6/24worksheet generators-http://teachers.teach-
nology.com/web_tools/work_sheetsguide to cyberspace for parents and kids
http://www.ala.org/parentspage/greatsites/guide.htmthe educators network-
http://www.theeducatorsnetwork.com/Classroom ManagemetIdeas-http://www.education-
world.com/preservice/learning/managememt.dhtmlbegining teacher's toolbox-
http://www.inspiringteachers.com/home/newteachers.htmofcourse Id give you a nursing website
for you tocritique-signmathetatau.comhope you guys enjoe and use these sites---estrella

Subject: Re: culture gramsI liked it......nice resource.tara
Subject: Re: wod 6/24thanks for the extensive list of sites, since i'm going into library science, I
have used ALA before - what a great site
Subject: Re: Intelligence WebsiteSorry about that, the actual web address is:
http://www.indiana.edu/~intell/I agree that multiple intelligences are interesting and their
implications for teaching. To think we started with an idea that intelligence was measured by how
well you could perform on verbal/mathematical/spatial reasoning tests -- it sure has come a long
way!
Subject: WOD 6/24The Computer Museumhttp://www.computer-museum.org/I have used this site
for my 6-8th grade computer classes. It is veryuseful in the History of Computers module and
when we are talking aboutthe hardware of the computer. I hope to be able to set up a field tripto
the museum sometime in the future.
Subject: Re: wod 6/24I will pass on the new teachers' site. It is loaded with great links forfirst
year teachers and as a refresher for all teachers.
Subject: Re: culture gramsThe first time I saw this site was last year. I love it and it's a great
place to gather information!
Subject: Re: WOD 6/24Excellent resource for those middle school projects on inventors
andinventions. I had ablast going through the and looking at the olderequipment. As a former
bookkeeper, I recognized some of them.
Subject: Re: wod 6/24Your very first website was excellent. I spent to much time there Ididn't
look at the others. I'll get to them later. Anyway, thank for thegreat site. Under themes there was
a computer lesson for building awebsite. I will definately use this next year with my students.
Thegraphics and sources were great. Thanks! Thanks!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/24great site that explains the history of computers

Subject: Re: wod 6/24a lot of great websites!!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/24Excellent!!This will be very usefullThanks
Subject: Re: wod 6/24Thanks for the list of sites! My favorites list is growing...now justto keep
them all organized!!!!
Subject: Re: WOD 6/24Thanks!!!! I am always looking for sites about the history of computers. I
really liked the hall of fame. I will use this site for sure!!!!!
Subject: Re: Intelligence WebsiteSpeaking of meeting Garder.....When I was doing my student
teaching in Salamanca, Ny 10 years ago, Ihad the good fortune to attend a workshop by
him(given to the schooldistrict). It was so good I really feel it shaped me as an educator. Iwas
fresh and not jaded yet
Subject: Re: wod 6/24Estrella,    You have way too much time on your hands and know way too
many websites. Just joking. Of all of them the one I found most useful for myself is the
worksheet generator. Not that I do that many worksheets, but sometimes your running behind
schedule, or need something productive for a sub. I would much rather leave a little work than a
video. Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: wod 6/24I like to go back and look at class management instructions and sitesfor
new teachers at the beginning of each year. I think it refreshes mebefore getting back to the old
grind (lol). Thank you very much!
Subject: Re: WOD 6/24Great site. I'll pass it along to our computer teachers in case they haven't
seen it before.

Subject: Re: Kinder WebsiteAbout Victoria on kinderkorner website. I haven't been to any of her
workshops but would like to attend one. I've ordered some materials that fit in nicely with the
trend the district has been moving towards. Her workshops are on balanced literacy which is the
same ideas that the GRIP literacy classes share. Wish I knew more to tell you about.Pam
Subject: Re: wod 6/24Thanks for all the sites. I especially enjoyed the one where you can build
your own webquest. I think that I will try doing that next year. I usually have my kids do one
that is already on our school site.Carol
Subject: Re: WOD 6/24Very interesting. It will give our students a great background on some of
the important people in technology history.thanks,carol
Subject: Re: WOD 6/24Really cool site... the history section was the best.... students will love to
see the old machines and how they have changed in such a short time...Deb

Subject: Re: wod 6/24Wonderful sites!! The worksheet generator is great!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/24Very interesting site about computers!
Subject: 6/25A lot of you may already be familiar with LessonPlansPage.com, but forthose of you
who aren't, I hope you find it helpful. This site containslesson plans, ideas, discussions,
worksheets, and much more. As abeginning teacher I used it a lot to get some great idea, and now
thatI've been teaching for a few years, I still find myself going there whenI'm in need of some
ideas or inspiration. http://www.lessonplanspage.comEnjoy!Linnea
Subject: Re: 6/25Any site that purports to make my life even the least bit easier is welltaken. I
like the site and have used it several times to get an ideafor a lesson.

Subject: Re: 6/25I've used this site many times in the past and it is very helpful!!

Subject: Re: 6/25another site packed full of lessons, thanks for the resource

Subject: Re: 6/25I had never seen this site before. It's great. Thanks.

Subject: Re: 6/25Thanks for naother bookmark. I've never seen this website. I'll be usingthe
lesson plans on computers. They cover cut and paste, internetreserach, etc. Thanks again.I'll alos
pass in along to other teachers inmy building. They'll love the easy computer lessons.
Subject: Re: 6/25This is one site that I actually never have seen before. I like the way that you
can choose a lesson for the grade level you teach and it doesn't jumble them all together. The
teachers discussion page is also great for getting ideas.Mark chaput

Subject: Re: 6/25great site
Subject: Re: 6/25Great site with lots of resources. I hadn't seen it before -saw the name at school
but never got the time to explore it -what a wealth of info!

Subject: Re: 6/25I have used this site before, but then lost track of it. I have donesearches for
lessonplans recently, but found what I needed before I gotback to this one. I have Bookmarked it
now, so I will go to the bestsite first. Thanks for bringing it back to my attention.

Subject: Re: 6/25Great Page...Linnea.... I loved the science page... and I like that I dont have to
buy anything.... some are free... if I find that the lessons are helpful....I will subscribe!Deb
Subject: Re: 6/25Thank you for another lesson plan source. I found several very quicklythat I
would like to use next year.
Subject: 6/29 wodThis website allows for virtual fieldtrips to many different places. Italso has
links on how to create virtual fieldtrips.http://www.field-trips.org/vft/index.htm
Subject: Re: 6/29 wodWow! Great resource. I especially liked the srticle comparing VirtualField
Trips to Webquests. I also liked the link to standards. That isvery helpful.
Subject: Re: 6/29 wodGreat site!.... I loved it.... I will use this as a research tool in my Life
Science class.. and it will be hours of great fun for my kids at home this summer... they are
fighting over who gets to go next..or which tour they will take next...Deb
Subject: Re: 6/29 wodThis is a site that I could definitely use as part of a webquest lesson. I like
the fact that it covers so many areas, although a few are prettyshort. Just wonder if I have 40
kids working on it at the same time howquick would it go. Still something I could use for lessons
and mypowerpoints.Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: 6/29 wodThis is an awesome resource. I like that you can make your own as well!
Thank you very much!

Subject: Re: 6/29 wodvery cool site!

Subject: Re: 6/29 wodInteresting place - liked the comparison to webquests and the navigation
buttons during the tours - kids would really get into that. So much to see and do! Great resource!

Subject: Re: 6/29 wodThanks for the great link. I found myself enjoying the field trips.




Subject: WOD 6-28OK you guys......this website is so useful for almost every
Subject: Re: 6/29 wodinteresting site, i truly enjoyed the field trip of the natural wonders, i liked
how they explained that there are different "7 natural wonders" lists so they explored 16 unique
and exciting places that are all on at least on of the many sites

Subject: Re: wod 6/24thanks for this one!

Subject: Re: 6/29 wodThanks for this site. I really enjoyed it and will use it with my students.
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/16I love rubrics. I needed this last year when I made a rubric for
everyproject from scratch.Thanks
Subject: Re: WOD for 6/18Thnkas for the great site. Biology is not my thing but I know
mystudents will like it.
Subject: Re: WOD 6-28I went to watch the computer movie. It is super!! thanks for the
greatwebsite. There are a great deal of movies there!!!!! Endless possibilities
Subject: 6-30 WODThis is a website for creating web pages. I always enjoy pages thatcoordinate
(the girl in me) She has set up the graphics by themes andeverything goes together. Some are
for purchase and some are free. Shewill even create one to meet your needs for a price of
course!!She only asks that you give her credit when you use her themes. Sheprovedes a graphic
with each theme to make it easy for you. She actuallyemailed some of my students who asked her
questions about how it imapctsher if you dont use her name. It only took 3 days for her to
reply.http://www.graphicgarden.com/enjoy
Subject: Re: 6-30 WODThis is absolutely the greatest. For those of us that used composer in this
class, I sure could have used this site to help make my website great. Thanks. I'll use this site to
help design my website that I will use next year with my classmates.
Subject: thanks!All these websites are such great resources! It's helpful to me as a first year
teacher to receive your favorites sites. I will keep theme on my website so I can use them as
needed!Tara
Subject: Re: 6-30 WODI love cows and this site is jam packeted with cow graphics. I Love
It!!Thanks
Subject: Re: WOD 6-28Tara,         After looking through Brainpop I would use it exactly as you do.
In that first 5 minutes of class for my questions of the day this site would be perfect and safe me a
little time in planning.Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: 6-30 WODIts nice to know there are so many places that provide free graphics as this
one. However this site is a little to, I don't know how to say it, oh well girly for my taste. But I
am sure many others would find it very helpful.Mark Chaput

Subject: Re: 6-30 WODThis IS a great site.... I'll be back!
Subject: Re: 6-30 WODHere is another website. I forgot to post it with the other
one.http://www.edhelper.com/it has web quests, lesson plans, and graphic organizers.It is a pay
site however it does give you acces to some things withoutpaying.

Subject: Re: 6-30 WODI love this site... cute, cute, cute! Thank you so much, Christine!

Subject: Re: WOD 6-28excellent site!! Thanks!!
Subject: WOD 6/29Sorry this is so late, my daughter has had the flu all day and it's justnot pretty.
My favorite website was used earlier: Culture Grams, so I have foundanother that I frequent and
find social studies resources from. I hopethat you get as much use out of it as I
do.http://education.indiana.edu/~socialst/

Subject: Re: WOD 6-28Great site!! Thanks

Subject: Re: 6-30 WODGreat graphics!! Ed helper is a wonderful website!!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/29Thanks!! I needed something for socialstudies!
Subject: Re: WOD 6/29Stacy... thanks for the great site.... I teach science...but love to integrate
and this is a wonderful resource.....Thanks!

Subject: Re: WOD 6/29Great site for middle and high schoolers.

Subject: Re: WOD 6-28This site looks great! I loved it. It would be great for warm-ups.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/29Since I am also taking a class on multicultural literature it is nice to see
how much of this site is devoted to cultural diversity issues.Mark Chaput
Subject: Re: WOD 6/29Great site. Lots of interesting links.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/29I am not a social studies teacher, but it is a site I will pass on toour Social
Studies Teacher this Fall.

Subject: Re: 6-30 WODi love this site, too. it's great to find sites like this! thanks!
Subject: Re: WOD 6/29I forwarded this site to my best friend, a social studies teacher! She was
happy to find out about it! thanks.......!
Subject: Re: WOD 6-28Great site - what a resource and as someone said -a planning time saver.
Enjoyed it very much - there was so much going on on the screen - you could revisit the same
topic several times.
Subject: Re: 6-30 WODGreat graphics and I too like free - am more than happy to give credit -
most of teaching (I think) is not reinventing the wheel but tweaking what is already out there.
Marilu

Subject: Re: WOD 6/29Good site - thanks for the info - sorry about the flu....
Subject: Re: WOD 6-28excellent site, but limited unless you pay to fee, you seem to use it well,
thanks for the reference

Subject: Re: 6-30 WODthanks for the website resource
Subject: Re: WOD 6/29it's a great site, if i would not have shared culture grams, then we all
would have been left in the dark about this valuable social studies site that i look forward to using
with my fiffth graders this coming school year
Subject: Re: WOD 6-28What a cool site. I now know how a mouse works and where and when
theInternet was created. What fun!
Subject: Re: WOD 6/29Wow, there is some really great stuff on this site. I spent about an hour
just looking at the civil war photos under the u.s. history section.Thanks, I'm going to share this
with my students next year.Carol

Subject: Re: 6-30 WODVery cute graphics, wallpaper etc. Thanks,Carol

Subject: Re: 6/29 wodI'm finding some of these websites so fascinating that it's a good thing i'm
on summer break. I wish I had known about this site while I was doing Jason Project this year. It
has a fantastic one on the rainforest.We'll be "going" on several trips next year!!thanks,carol

Subject: Re: 6/25Wow, some great ideas to enhance your lessons. I always like to see what other
people do for lessons to get additional ideas. This was a really easy way to do it.Great site,carol
Subject: Re: 6-30 WODWhat a great website. I'll have to spend more time looking at it.
Thanks.Pam
Subject: BookPalshttp://www.bookpals.net/If you click on the tab "Storyline," look to the left and
it allows you many choices of videos of a celebrity reading a book.
Subject: Re: BookPalsVery neat. I think the idea that someone they saw on TV/Movies is reading
the book could definitely peak a child's interest.
Subject: Re: BookPalsThis is great because so many of my students hate to read and wouldrather
do something else. Great site.
Subject: Re: BookPalsNice site. Also looks like it would be easy to use with a whole class.Mark
Chaput

Subject: Re: BookPalsseems like a good cause and effort
Subject: Re: BookPalsWhat a fun site and a great one for early readers. I love programs that will
read to me. I wonder if school computers will have a speed problem with this site. I will test it out
when I get back to school.

Subject: Re: BookPalsThis is so neat! I love it and the kids would too. It could be a wayto modify
for students with special needs if you were having yourstudents read the story independently.
Subject: Re: BookPalsI bookemarked this site immediately. Thanks for a goo site for parents and
teachers.

Subject: WOD for 7/7This is a great web site for primary resources. It is the web site of children's
author Jan Brett. She has a ton of stuff for teachers to print out and use in the classroom as well
as a ton of links for students to enjoy. I especially love the word family cards.www.janbrett.com
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7In message 2408 on Tuesday, July 6, 2004 8:37pm, Melissa Tevet
writes:>This is a great web site for primary resources. It is the web site ofchildren's author Jan
>Brett. She has a ton of stuff for teachers to print out and use in theclassroom as well as >a ton
of links for students to enjoy. I especially love the wordfamily
cards.>>www.janbrett.comhttp://www.janbrett.com
Subject: Re: BookPalsNice site. I think students will really like the Elijah Wood reading since they
are all about Lord of the Rings now.Excellent one for reading.Carol
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Wow, what a site. If you can't find something useful here... I
bookmarked it right away.Cute resource.Carol
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Although geared toward the younger students I could still easily use
thecolor sheets. A great way to get through an assembly schedule day orsomething of that
nature. It is amazing how even the high schoolerslike to color. Nice SiteMark Chaput
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7I love that you can watch the video of her talking about how she came
upwith the idea for The Hat.
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7I really like this site. I'l be using the bookmark and award masters alot
this next year.
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7Great resources for everyone. I agree that JH and HS students still liketo
do coloring pages sometime.
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7interesting site, it is always good to have extra coloring pages handy,i
didn't know so much about her - very interesting
Subject: Re: culture gramsI loved this website I am always looking for good geography stuff. I will
use this website alot in my classroom.
Subject: Re: Intelligence WebsiteI think that this would be a great website to refer to when
looking for reseach on intelligence. It has a little bit of everyones work on it. I find intellegence
theories to be very interesting. Meaghan Goecke
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7This is a very good site. I do author studies with the kindergartners each
year. This will be an excellent site for the class.
Subject: Re: WOD 6/17This has been my favorite site so far. I love the online story books they are
so cool. I think they would be a great Literacy center.
Subject: Re: 6/25Thanks for the website I am always looking for new and interesting ideas.
Meaghan Goecke
Subject: Re: WOD 6/29I thought this was an OK site. I wish that it would habe been broken up
into different grade levels. That always makes it easier to navigate. Meaghan Goecke
Subject: Re: WOD for 7/7I love this website. My favorite was all of the great printables. I plan to
use this website a lot nect year.
Subject: 7/10/04Enchanted Learning. com is an excellent website for both teachers and students.
It has tons of activities for both students and educators. I use it alot in the classroom.
Subject area by age.Tell me what you think. good summer resource to tell parents about.carol




Subject area or grade level, it also is great in terms of creating a web page easily. The design of
the web site is great as well. It is very easy to navigate around and find information based on
categories.




Subject area by age.>>Tell me what you think. good summer resource to tell parents
about.>>carolEveryone,If you type the complete URL, including the protocol (the http://
part),then it's an active link and saves others from having to copy and pastein order to visit
another site.http://www.funbrain.comKC
Subject. You can watch 2 brainpops a day for free, otherwise you have to subscribe for the school
year, which is what I do. I use these as warm ups at least once a week!!! Enjoy!The website is
called BrainPOP, and it uses flash animation....check it out.www.brainpop.comTara Rovacchi
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Subject: Website of the DaySince I am the first to go I am not really sure what I am suppose to be
doing, but I'll give it a shot. I found a website that can be very useful to all educators. It is
http://www.literacy.uconn.edu/contlit.htm. This website is devoted to Content Area Literacy and
provides a number of links to other pages with useful literacy information. Some of the other
topics that can be found on this site are Authors and Literature, Connecting to Writing, Early
Literacy, Media Literacy, and Multicultural Literature. In many of these are different book lists and
information for teaching in these areas. I definitely think that this is a worthwhile site, so check it
out.

Subject: Re: Website of the DayIn message 1786 on Wednesday, July 14, 2004 7:45am, Bridget
Gibbons writes:>Since I am the first to go I am not really sure what I am suppose to bedoing, but
I'll give >it a shot. I found a website that can be very useful to all educators. It is >
http://www.literacy.uconn.edu/contlit.htm. This website is devoted toContent Area >Literacy and
provides a number of links to other pages with usefulliteracy information. >Some of the other
topics that can be found on this site are Authors andLiterature, >Connecting to Writing, Early
Literacy, Media Literacy, andMulticultural Literature. In >many of these are different book lists
and information for teaching inthese areas. I >definitely think that this is a worthwhile site, so
check it out. >>For those still confused or sweating the WOD, Bridget's posting above isright on
target. Anyone and everyone's comments are welcome regardingall of the WOD postings. I hope
people take the opportunity to explorethese sites and provide others with feedback.KC

Subject: Re: Website of the Dayi think this is a really great website. it is important with the no
child left behind tht literacy be taught efficiently. there are many great assessmnets like the flynt
and cooter to assess students in literacy. I loved the websites. Jonathan speregon
Subject: Re: Website of the DayI found that this website is very helpful to teaching literacy. I
found that there were many great ideas and a ton of information. I would recommend that
everyone take a look at it.
Subject: FreeFreeFreeI teach second grade and what I liked most were the freebees on this
website. I do a unit on Arthur books each year and there are a bunch of free pages to download
and make copies of. Some of them include arts and crafts too. There's other book titles by author
with freebees too. Great suggestion!
Subject: Re: Website of the DayI liked the ëWriting and Sharingí projects for grades 3 and 4.
These gave me some great ideas to try in my classroom. There is also lots of other cool links.
Thanks for finding such a great site!
Subject: Re: Website of the DayThis site had many links and resources. I really liked the links it
provided for multicultural literacy.
Subject: Re: Website of the DayI like the various grade level options. I teach a course called,
"Field Experience in Nutrition" where we work with people of all ages (PreK-Adult) to teach them
about nutrition. This will be useful for my students as they develop their lesson plans next
semester.
Subject: Re: Website of the DayWow what a great site. I just got done sharing this will some of
my fellow teachers. I know that I just placed this in my favorite places on the computer that I am
on now so that I will not lose it. Great choice for a website. I guess I am a little late on this.
Sorry between still being in school and moving. When will we know when it is our turn to post a
website of the day?
Subject: Re: Website of the DayLook under Course Menu, click on Role Assign. the WOD column
has your date listed.
Subject: Re: Website of the DayWhat a great website! As a librarian, I am always looking for
something to keep the primary grades excited and on task. One of my goals this school year is to
get the primary grades on the library computers and this website has some great lesson plans
utilizing the computers. A definite must try for me. I liked the Barnyard Friends unit where the
students can listen to actual sounds made by the animals and there are tasks for them to do that
will help them to become an active learner. I have not had the first graders on the computers -
one is that I only have 8 computers and usually a double class of first graders (30-36 students).
Anne O.
Subject: Website of the Day 7/15I have chosen the teacher's website
www.enchantedlearning.com. This website is useful for both elementary and secondary teachers.
It provides useful ideas for different lessons and themes. It also has reproducibles and games to
download. However, there is a annual $20 fee for this website, but I have found that it is worth it.
Hope you enjoy this website.Brook Haycock
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15In message 1812 on Thursday, July 15, 2004 1:29pm, Brook
Haycock writes:>I have chosen the teacher's website www.enchantedlearning.com. Thiswebsite is
useful >for both elementary and secondary teachers. It provides useful ideasfor different >lessons
and themes. It also has reproducibles and games to download. However, there >is a annual $20
fee for this website, but I have found that it is worthit. Hope you enjoy >this website.>Brook
HaycockFor everyone's future reference, if you post complete URL's (includingthe protocol), then
they are active links. The URL above is not active,but the one below
is...http://www.enchantedlearning.comKC
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15Brook,I have used this website a number of times. This site
is definitely worth the money. Not only does it provide the teacher with useful information, but it
also save a lot of time and money that would be spent at Learning is Fun. Thanks for the great
info!
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15Wow what a great website. They have a section on the
Olympic games. I am going to use this with my students next week. It tells all about the
background and history of the games. If you are still working as I am they even have printouts
that you can use with your class. This is great. I am a little worried about my day coming up
tomorrow. We have had to wonderful websites so far. Great job group.
Subject: Re: Website of the DayThrough this website, thanks for guiding me to the New York
Times Learning Network. This will be a great resource for lessons in my Business classes. I also
liked the link to Websites devoted to Integrating Technology.
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15What a fantastic Web resource for teaching languages. I will
forward this site to my colleagues teaching Spanish and French. I also liked the "What's New Each
Day" link. This would serve as a great warmup activity for students.
Subject: Web Site of the Day for 7/16This is a web site that I have found that is very helpful when
it comesto Reading and Writing. When you enter this site it can be a littlebusy at times but you
just need to surf around a bit. It ishttp://www.readinglady.com/. They have many free things
that you candownload such as posters for your classroom, rubrics, and lesson plans. I know that
there are some middle school teachers with us and I thinkthat you could use this site by looking at
the different rubrics forwriting and using this when you assign various papers or such. I hopethis
is helpful. I also hope that I did this correctly. And last butcertainly not least have a wonderful
day today!-Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15Brook,I love this site. It has a ton of information on all sorts
of
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16Annmarie,I liked the explanation of the ëFour Block
Literacy Centerí. It was put in a way that was easy to understand and had ideas that could be
easily applied in any classroom. I also liked all of the Readers Theater scripts. I am going to go
back and download copies of them. There is a lot of good stuff on this site.John

Subject: A Very Smart Site for TeachersAn inter-net site that I found that was particularly
interesting to me was - >>http://search.looksmart.comThis site was for younger students 1-6 and
focused on games and ideas for learning. Infact on the first page of the site there are seven
distinct options for various games to play with the students. The site contained cross-word
puzzles that were actually on the site so that you (as a teacher) do not have to create the graph
your self but instead down load it directly from the site, hassle free. There is also a game called
school Word Unscrable this game has words that the children are to re-organize to make comlete
words. Again the games are all ready created the teacher has only to dowm load the game and
make the copies. There is another game called Wacky World of Words, this game has with in it
actually several more word games that comprise one whole game. Over all this site is very very
complete and resourceful for the elementary school teacher. I would highly recommend it.
Subject: Re: Website of the Daythanks,

Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15I like what I saw of the sight. I'm not a member so what I
saw was limited. It looks like a great place for stuidents to do some of their own research.Erin

Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16Annmarie,What a great site. I ended up looking a lot at
the guided reading section of the site and its links. All the different graphic organizers are great
for a new teacher like me. I was surprised to find a math section as part of the site.Erin

Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersI looked at the site and it seemed like a search engine.
I didn't see all the games that you talk about. Could you point me in the right direction.Erin
Subject: Katherine LawsonI am not sure if I am doing this right but I read my role for this past
week and I think that I am supposed to link together resonses and make a synopsis of them?
Overall the website for this week recieved many positive remarks. John really enjoyed the four
block literacy center and the reader's theater scripts. I also found these usefull. Erin found the
graphic organizers and guided reading sections very usefull, especially for new teachers. There
was a second site posted that was more geared toward younger students. It had crossword puzzles
and games although some students thought that this site was more like a search engine than a
specific site.
Subject: Re: Website of the DayI too found this site very helpful. I am always looking for ESL
information and this has many links to professional organizations as well as links to great activities
for ELL students. I'll go back very soon to look more indepth.
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16I have heard about this site, but never have taken the
time to actually go and see it. I like the section for reader's theatre. I remember in the past
actually writing out my own reader's theatre and here they are already done for you. What a time
saver!
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16This was a very impressive website. I spent a bit of
time looking into their math materials and found them to be quite effective. The second on
decimals provides an excellent place value chart that utilizes powers and exponents, as well as
standard numerical values for decimals. I may have to spend 20 bucks on this site to investigate
their worksheets.
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16When i first visited this website, I was not sure if I would
find much information to carry over into a math classroom. However, immediately I clicked Math
and found resources galore. I had no idea that there were so many new children's books
available that demonstrated mathematics. Very cool.
Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersThis site is a search engine, but it does lead to
educational resources. For example, when I typed in math games, it directed me to several
resources on the web. I haven't correlated this information with other search engines. However,
if it's not broke...don't fix it. You may be able to find most of what you are looking for with this
engine.
Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersNicole, Do you have a more specific address for your
web page? John

Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersI pretty new at this computer stuff. I found your site a
little difficult to navigate. I am sure that once I play around with it a little more it will not seems
as confusing. But it seems like a good site if you know specifically what you are looking for. When
using this site also on CCSD computer there are somethings that are blocked from me looking at.
You might want to keep that in mind if you do use it at school.-Annmarie

Subject: Re: Website of the DayThe first WOD looked great! I found it fairly easy to navigate and
was pleasantly surprised with all of the specific content information. I found some useful info for
ESL and ELL lessons, as well as some ideas for cross-curricular activities.Shelby
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15Wow! Very cool! It looks like I am going to have to shell out
the cash to keep this good thing going! Thanks for the "heads up."S
Subject: Re: Website of the DayWhen I tried to go to the web site it was not avaiable. I tried
several times and could not get to it. I will keep trying. Class mates said it was a good one, so I
really want to see what it is all about. Thank You. Dorthey Lambe
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16Cool! Even though it looks as if this website is best for
primary classes, I found some helpful info for my high schoolers too. The students always love
different games, activities, reviews, etc no matter how old they are. They are also very visual so
the posters are great too.
Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersI have used this web site before and have found
success. Thanks for reminding me about it.
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15I really liked the web site www.enchantedlearning.com. I did
a unit in my first grade class on dinasours and this looked great. It had a lot of great free things, I
would love to see what you get when you pay. Dorthey Lambe

Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersThis site is pretty neat. It is a search engine and if
you know what you are looking for you will be able to find some pretty useful information!
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16I love books and teacher materials. This seemed like a
very good site for future reference, if I need good books, and good assessment tools. Thank You
Dorthey Lambe
Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersThis site was full of a lot of information. Good site to
keep as a reference. Thank You Dorthey Lambe
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16What a great resource for language arts.
Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersThanks for this site! Found some great links on Work
and Money for my business classes!
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15Some good ideas in this site. I find that most teacher sites
are like this one and are geared toward elementary levels. I still use the ideas, I simply modify
them to fit middle level students. Thanks
Subject: Site of the Day 7/20/04Site of the Day 7/20/04A site that provides a ton of educational
fun activities and ideas is Houghton Mifflinís ëEducation Placeí. It can be found at:
http://www.eduplace.com/This site has: ideas for activities and lessons, categorized by theme and
topic




Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04I actually find this useful for some of my UNLV students. That
is, sometimes it helps to look at a more elementary explanation of complex concepts. I often
suggest that they look at text designed for younger students to review basic information that I
don't spend time re-covering in class.Thanks for this link. MMM
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04Great Web site. It even has a section for monthly themes.
This issomething that I do in my classroom. What I liked it that it alsoincluded summer months
for people like me that are year round, and itgave you a variaty of options for that month as a
them. I believe inOctober or November they even included a themed unit on Ramadan. Thissite
also broke down the activities to grade levels and
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04I am interested to see how a child would work with the
mathematical tutorials from this website. I found them a little immature, but effective with step
by step instructions and immediate feedback on mistakes. I could see offering this site as a
suggestion to students who need additional help in a certain area of math.Greg
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16great website. Im intersted in teaching early elementary
and there was great shared reading books for literacy. i also enjoyed reading about the presidents
drug testing commenta t schools. I will use this website alot when im teaching thank u jonathan
speregon
Subject: Submitted By Dorthey LambeI could not find the schedule for when I was suppose to
submit a web site of the day so I decided to do it today. The web site I would like to submit is
http://www.atazteacherstuff.com/I use this web site a lot and just love it. It has a lot of free stuff
you can print off and use in your classroom. I love free stuff.
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04I used Houghton Mifflin math in my first grade class last year
and just love it. This is a great web site. This company is great about offering unique things to
educators. Thank You Dorthey Lambe
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04i really enjoyed ur website. great activities kids love making
tye-dye shirts. i used to work activities and they really loved sticking the shirt in the dye. Lots of
useful information for teachers of all ages great job. jonathan speregon

Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for Teachersthis search engine enabled me to find many resources
and games. its a great starter for sonmeone looking for information. jonathan speregon
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15enchanted learning is one of the best websites that i found
during my student tecahing. so much useful information from thematic units, lesson plans, and
ideas. Its especially great to a new teacher. jonathan speregon
Subject: Re: Submitted By Dorthey LambeI tried to access this at school. It told me that my
access was denied. So I shall try this at home. -Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04Loved this site! I found a great proofreading game! Has a
great link to Nevada resources. Although I didn't find much for my grade level, I found some great
educational resouces. Thanks John.
Subject: Re: Submitted By Dorthey LambeI was unable to access this site.
Subject: Re: Submitted By Dorthey LambeDorthey,I am trying the site from home and it is not
working here.John
Subject: 7/21 WODHi all, My web site is http://www.teachervision.fen.com Like a previous site,
this one has a year membership for $19.95, BUT it seems to be worth it in my opinion. Some of
the highlights are obviously searching by lesson topic, by themes, or by
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04This is a pretty neat site. I really like the author spotlight
portion and the reading scene. There is a lot of things for students to do on this site. Thanks for
the great info!
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODAlthough I could not get into most of the site, it seems to be a neat site. I
often find myself being so cheap when it comes to these things, but they really are worth it. Just
think of how much more you would spend at Learning is Fun.
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODthanks,          I will check it out.Edaward Durand
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODIt seems like a great site. The only thing is I was unable to really get into
a lot of things because of the fee. I was also wondering, once you pay the fee are there any other
types of costs that you must also conceder. Such as paying for quizes or other materials.-
Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04This was a great site!
Subject: A ListIt would be great if we could create a list of all these good webpages for future
reference!
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODAs far as I could tell the only other charge is for purchasing books,
etc...but the printables are free.
Subject: Re: A ListThat would be a great idea. If no one is up to it at the end of the class I will
post at as the very last post all of the websites that have been listed. I actually have been saving
them on my booksmarks at home and at school. -Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODreally cool website ive used it before with great success. Jonathan
speregon

Subject: Re: 7/21 WODThis website seems to be amazing. Even without a subscription, I was
able to pull up some great examples of tesselations. I will need to secure an LCD projector for my
overhead for next year. With that and my laptop, my class will be more high-tech than NASA.
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODI really liked this website. I thought that the articles about classroom
behavior and organization were really insightful. Overall I really liked this website and will add it
to my favorites.
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODShelby,I like all of that free stuff. There are a lot of sites like this that do
offer some of their stuff for free.John
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04This too is a great website. I liked the monthly themes and
the activities it showcased. Good job!Anne Overlien

Subject: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/This fabulous website's address is:http://teach-
nology.com/This is the most comprehenisve website I have found for teachers that offers free
materials. It has everything from PD articles, worksheets, downloads, technology integrations,
classroom management, links to other sites, teacher tips, lesson plans, free newsletter, online
store, thematic units, bulletin boards...... you name it, this site has it. You can get a lot of things
for free, but they do offer an annual membership fee of $29.99. So far, I haven't needed to buy
the membership. Be sure to check out the links to other teacher web sites, because you can find a
lot of great web sites this way too.Enjoy!Lori Butler
Subject: Re: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/Some decent food/nutrition teaching resources
are under that theme. I like that the hands-ons are FREE.Thanks for this one. MMM
Subject: Re: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/This is a great site! I especially like the part
that is free. I took a look at some of the things that the site had to offer for free and they looked
pretty good.
Subject: Re: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/Wow what a great site. There are so many
things that are for free on this site that I am surprised you need to pay. I really like the lessons
that they have. I am working on various Science themed things and they are great. Excellent!!!!-
Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/Lori,I have used this sied before for ideas. It's
great! The '5 Minutes to Go' and the 'Ice Breakers' I found to be really hepful with new ideas. The
printables also offers lots of useful stuff. Great site! Thanks.John
Subject: Re: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/I found this site somewhat unusable for me.
Everything i tried to do cost money. When I surfing around this site, it felt a lot like going to a
fair. I go in for free but anything that looks good cost too much money to play. However, the
worksheets I am very interested to see how making your own online games works on this website.
Does anyone have access to this on the website?Greg

Subject: Re: Submitted By Dorthey LambeI also cannot pull up this site. Is the address correct?
Subject: WOD 7/23http://colorincolorado.orgI do al ot of work with parents who speak limited or
no English and they have enjoyed going to this site. Many of the parents I work with are also
leaning the basics of using a computer and they seem to find this site easy to navigate. Also, I
ove that it is in Spanish and English and goes over basic things parents can do to help with their
child's education.
Subject: Re: Web Site of the Day for 7/16I thought the chat room was interesting. I like the idea
of being able to converse with other teachers in my field. I looked at the trait writing section and I
saw posters for sale. I also saw that the website developer was advertising herself as professional
development, for conferences and seminars. As usual this is geared mostly for the elmentary set.
However, I thought it was great that the basic instruction for writing is being consistently taught
from K to 12.

Subject: Re: A Very Smart Site for TeachersI went into the link for ed.gov and found links to free
teacher stuff, lesson ideas etc. It took me to gateway.org which I found to be very in depth. A
great deal of reading/ browsing. There were lesson plans available for literally thousands of topics
in all of the content areas. Thanks for this site. I could spend hours in the links.
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04I agree this one is a must see. I went into the activity search
link. I found monthly themes and a variety of topic areas interesting lessons in all. The lessons are
easy to follow and printer friendly. The skill set is given in the description so you don't have to
read everything to find something you like. This would a great site for new teachers who don't
have the resources/ lesson ideas of a veteran teacher. Great find.
Subject: Re: Submitted By Dorthey LambeThis is a good site but you do have a mistake in the
URL. The correct one is www.atozteacherstuff.com/ I looked at the back to school link and found
grade level specific lesson plans. I found one idea for the creation of a self styled reading cubicle
intriguing and I may try it for this coming school year.
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODI found that after a couple of pages in this site they offered a free seven
day trial period. I looked in the language arts section and found a reading chart for free. I agree
that the printables in this site are worth a look.
Subject: Re: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/I found the word search maker to be great for
Reading. You can plug in your vocabulary list, title the puzzle and the site creates a puzzle for you.
I find that my students are much more well prepared for reading novels if I help them to see the
words before, during and after reading. Thanks for the site suggestion.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/23This is a great resource for parents. The majority of my students are
Hispanic. I find it difficult to get parents to talk to me because they don't know what to ask or are
nervous that they will be judged for not speaking English. The site also gives them help in knowing
what their rights in the public school system are and what to expect from the teachers and
administrators. I think I will add the URL to this site on my business card, so I can give it to
parents with limited English.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/23This is a great site for Spanish speaking individuals. I also likedthat you
could click a button and it turn all into English. That wasreally cool. Great web site.-Annmarie
Jablon
Subject: Re: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/Free stuff is always great! I am enjoying these
web sites so much, but it seems as if there is not enough time to explore all of them. I could
spend hours on-line searching these sites and still miss some great things. Thanks for the
info!Shelby
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/15I also enjoyed the website Enchanted Learning. I thought it
had great creative ideas as well as lesson plans. Thanks for the great website!

Subject: Re: WOD 7/23I also teach many students who speak Spanish in the home. My only
concern is that these students may not have access to a computer at home. I try to encourage
those parents who speak only Spanish, to continue to read and write with their child in the
Spanish language. I enjoyed the site. I will attach it to my beginning of the year newsletter.

Subject: Re: WOD 7/23Our school has a high population of spanish speakers and I think that this
website is easy to find things and also offered many great ideas to parents. Great web site
Subject: Re: WOD 7/23Amy,This is a great resource for our Spanish speaking parents, especially
when there is not too much available to them.Bridget
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04This site has a lot of resources that a new teacher like myself
canuse. I liked the monthly themes. I was disappointed that the link forthe graphic organizers
was not responding when I was looking at the site.Erin

Subject: Re: Submitted By Dorthey LambeI've used this site before and found it very useful.Erin
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODThere is some great stuff available on this site. I can always use
freestuff.Erin
Subject: Re: WOD 7/23Amy,Thanks for the site. It's great to have a resource that Spanish
speaking parents can go to for resources and help. Even if parents don't have a computer at home
to access the internet they can always go to the public library to do so. If we could get parents to
use the resources available our jobs would be much easier.John
Subject: Re: 7/22 WOD: http://teach-nology.com/Thanks for the great resource. I especially
enjoyed the selection of graphic organizers and the various rubrics.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/23What a great site! This is a great model for some of the things we could
do with our school websites.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/23That's a good idea about putting the URL on a business card for parents. I
am do something like that too.
Subject: Re: WOD 7/23i really liked this website graet articles and links for spanish and english
speakers. jonathan speregon
Subject: Re: Site of the Day 7/20/04really graet kinds links i loved looking at this site really cool
jonathan speregon
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODgreat website i loved taht it had lesson plans and i dont think the
membership is to expensive fro waht u get jonathan speregon
Subject: Re: WOD 7/23Working in a school that is predominately hispanic (many whom have
moved from Mexico in recent times), I find this website most useful. Sometimes, I wonder if
parents know what they can do to help their kids in American schools. I have seen students from
Mexico drift through the year because the parents have no idea what is going on or how to help
their students.
Subject: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)Hey Everyone, Since math is my bag, I
recommend http://www.coolmath4kids.com</a>. This website has a wide variety of resources
that you can use for your classroom.†† While the students seem to have a great time with the
games on the website (I highly recommend lemonade stand), the real value of the website is the
free, semi-interactive tutorial sessions for mathematical concepts.† If you have access to a
computer in your classroom and have a student who may need to catch up on some skills, the
tutorials are quite effective and easy to understand.†† The games are loosely based on standard
mathematical processes, and are geared more towards logic and reasoning.†† However, for
standard calculation practice, the "Number Monster" works well. Remember...Without math,
nothing adds up.Mr. J
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)Excellent site. I have heard about
the lemonade stand before, but didn't know where to find it. I also like how your pointer is
numbers.-Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)I enjoyed exploring this site. I had
heard about Lemonade Stand, but never actually seen it before until now. I like that this site had
a section for parents( tips for kinder was interesting)One question, It seems there were a lot of
pop ups and commerical links that would take students where they might not want to go? Has
anyone found this to be a problem? ( I think it would be with younger users or inexperienced web
users.)

Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)I am not a math fan, but, its smart
because it makes it look fun. Also, I like the area that leads to "how to study for a math test" and
"careers in math"...this site really goes beyond the obvious, typical stuff.MMM

Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)Gregory,I think that this is a great
site. I liked it so much that I added a link to it from my own webpage. Thanks for sharing.John
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)Regarding Pop ups. On some
school computers, a pop up control is used to prevent messages appearing to students

Subject: Re: WOD 7/23I agree with Jonathan (and many others who responded)...this web site is
great for ELL and ELS students and supports the spanish-english connection.


Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)My school (as I am sure all of
yours as well) has been really emphasizing incorporating math in ALL
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)What a great site! Love the
Lemonade Stand. Although I have Juniors and Seniors, they enjoy activities like this. Thanks
Gregory!
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)I thought this was a great site but
what I really loved about it was how the numbers followed the mouse click- so cute!
Subject: Katherine LawsonHere is a great website for k- 12. It is a search engine and a
searchasaurus (dinosaur can help elementary kids navigate their way. Make sure you check out
the colorful pictures of people in various countries.http://search.epnet.comuser ID:
nvschoolsPassword: passwordHope you like the search!!!                     Katie Lawson
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonThis is a great site, the only other search engine that I really know
for kids is yahooligans. I especially like the portion where you could go search the Encyclopedia of
Animals. Right now my class is doing animal reports and we have only found limited information
that they are able to understand. This site will be very useful for them. I have it bookmarked.
Thanks so much for the info!
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonI would agree Katherine this is a really great tool that can be used
in the elementary school classroom. I found that it was easy to navigate and full of tons of useful
information.
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)I really like this site. I like that it
allows students from all different levels to work on things. I have been searching for a good site
for my kids to be able to play math games. Now I have found one.
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)This is an excellent site, I have
just finished my math book and still have a few more days of instruction so this will be a great
resource to take my kids to the computer lab and let them play math games on Friday. Great
Site!
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonWOW great web site. As mentioned earlier the only seach engine
that I know of was Yahooligans. This is wonderful. I showed it to a kindergarten teacher and she
thought it was excellent.-Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonThank you, thank you, thank you! What an amazing resource! I
found the Business publication section and will definitely use this as a resource for my Business
and Finance classes.
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonKatie, Thanks for the site. I like how the Fun Facts change each
time it is clicked. The site is very student friendly. I will use it in my classroom. John
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonThis is interesting. I like the research for high school and middle
school. I was particularly impressed with the sites ability to begin the search in Spanish. Many of
my students are ELL and although the articles are in English the student can start the search in
Spanish. Thanks for the great find.
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonThis is an excellent site - I use parts of it with my students to teach
them how to find a peer-reviewed journal article, etc for research projects. May we always use the
userid and password?MMM

Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonKatherine, Thank you, thank you, thank you. For one of my online
classes, I have to read a journal article. I was about to pay 6 dollars for one from Eric online,
when you sent out this website with password. I owe you a coke. Nice site. Greg
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonThis is a great site for middle school students also, they have a
variety of great non-fiction articles that are rated by reading level!
Subject: Printables/Dorthey LambeHere is the new address for free teacher stuff. Sorry to anyone
who tried the old address and it did not work. I love this site., please check it
out.www.AtoZTeacherStuff.com
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition)Gregory thanks for the Great Web
Site!!! I loved it. I will be using it. Dorthey Lambe
Subject: Re: 7/21 WODShelby, I loved the area with all the theme ideas. I change one of my
boards in my classroom on a month basis and I got some great ideas. THANK YOU, Dorthey
Lambe
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonThis is a good web site for me. I am always looking for new ways
to do research. Thank You, Dorthey Lambe
Subject: WOD for 8/03/04 I am going early on this due to family emergency in
Wisconsin.http://www.big6.comThis is a fantastic website for teachers and librarians who want to
teach inquiry-based lessons. The BIG6 Skills has six tasks that walk a student through research.
This process can go exactly through the numbered tasks or a student can bypass one step or even
loop back for a second look. Students can work independently or in groups. This helps teach the
student to become an active learner, meets all learning styles and motivates even the "slugs."
Lesson plans and links are all there - free.ANne.

Subject: Re: WOD for 8/03/04 This is excellent for students -- I was thinking that the Big 6 was
just for the educator, but, how smart to make it something that the student is actually aware of...I
shared it with a student the other day and wondered if it was the right thing to do.MMM

Subject: Re: WOD for 8/03/04 Anne, This is a great site. I lke the way it presents the 6 steps. This
will be very helpful for all of the students I work with. The site generates many ideas. Thanks.John
Subject: Re: WOD for 8/03/04 What a great website. It is also helpful to me since I was not sure
what the Big 6 was. Silly me. Thanks for posting it.-Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: WOD for 8/03/04 Thanks for the great resource! I will definitely use this and pass it
on to my colleagues.
Subject: WOD for July 30As K12 teachers, you may find the following Web site useful because
manyfederal websites host special areas for younger children, as well asstudents through grade
12. This Web site provides links to numerousgovernment sites with brief descriptions of
each:http://www.census.gov/mso/www/educate/kidspage.htm

Subject: Re: WOD for July 30Nice site. It might be tougher for me to use in my mathematics
classroom, but I could see using this site as a resource for a math-based research paper.
Subject: Re: Website of the Day 7/27/04 (Special Math Edition) popupsthanks for the info
regarding pop-ups.Amy
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonI went into the section that had magazines for kids. I loved that
that you could narrow the search by lexile( reading level) This is great for any elementary
student (especially ones who are reading below grade level)who needs to find information at their
reading level.
Subject: Re: WOD for 8/03/04 I too am not too familiar with big6. In only a few minutes I got an
excellent idea and plan to go back for more, especially since in our inquiry unit we need to address
the big 6.Thnaks for the information.
Subject: Re: WOD for July 30Michael,That is a great site! I already downloaded a few things, and
have saved it to my list of education sites. Thanks.John

Subject: WOD 8/2/04This is a little early - for Monday, August 2nd.My WOD is
http://www.tolerance.org/I began consulting this website last year for use with my
Nutrition,Health, and Ethnic Issues class. It is actually more directed towardK-12 age group, but,
I have used several of the ideas and lessons for my300-level college students. I have mostly used
the "Teacher" areamyself, as they have several different types of lesson plans for avariety of
disciplines. I also did some exchanging of ideas and got somehelpful feedback from other teachers
when I was struggling with lessonplan. The site uses technology to get teachers and students
tocommunicate, and they have ideas about lessons such as WebQuest forTolerance, etc.Hope you
will find something useful for your classes/students/self!MMM
Subject: Re: WOD 8/2/04This is a great site. You can test your hidden bias. It is a great
multicultural resource.

Subject: Re: WOD for July 30This is a great site. I really liked the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It
put the job descriptions in kid language. This would be really useful for talking about community.
Subject: Re: WOD 8/2/04Molly,Thanks for posting the link to Tolerance.org. It seems to have a lot
of useful information. I especially like the search for activities according to Grade and Tolerance
Topic.John
Subject: Re: WOD for July 30Nice web site. This will help me with communities and statistic. This
way the kids can see where some of the numbers come from.-Annmarie Jablon

Subject: Re: WOD 8/2/04This is an interesting web site. I would use this with caution with
various age levels. I teach 3rd grade and I do not thing some of the material would be
appropriate. But, that is just me. Actually it would probably be appropriate for some of my kids,
but it is the parents that could object.Things like this can be touchy sometimes.-Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: WOD 8/2/04a really great website with really important information, I enjoyed
reading and learning about I gained alot of information I never knew before

Subject: Maniscalco 8/06/04<p>I have come across a lot ton of great resources but if I had only
one page I could use it would be this one: <a
href="/20042CCIT709211/www.4teachers.org">www.4teachers.or</a>g </p><p>I could go on
for pages about how many resources are off this page but I will focus on the two I use most. The
first one is the teacher calendar. This allows you to put up a calender of the events going on in
your classroom. Students can use this from home if they should be absent, it is also a great
research for parents because they see what the students are doing in your class. The next part
that is wonderful is project poster, this allows students to make their own little webpage without
having to do anything behind the sceens. Again this is great because parents and your principal
can access it from their computer and see what the students have made. If you look on my
webpage under student work you can see a sample. Also, Dr. Crippen got rubristar and some
others off that page! Enjoy- it really is an amazing site- </p>
Subject: Sorry<p>This one will work: Again it is amazing! <a
href="http://www.4teachers.org">http://www.4teachers.org/</a></p>

Subject: Re: WOD for July 30This web site is AWESOME for my US History class! Thank you so
much. I am always looking for other primary sources, documents, etc to incorporate into my
lectures! I am definitely going to pass this on to the other teachers in my department.Shelby
Subject: Re: WOD 8/2/04Great site! I have used Web Quest in the past and students love it! I also
love opening up my students eyes to tolerance issues, especially during my "WWII" and "Civil
Rights" lessons. We all could use a little more, eh?S
Subject: Re: SorryAmy,You have found a real gem. This site looks like it will be one of my most
used sites. Thanks for passing it on to all of us.John
Subject: Re: WOD 8/2/04This site has a lot of great information. I liked the activity books that
are available to download the best.Erin
Subject: Re: SorryThe tools for teachers is a great resource. I also liked the site of the week. If
anyone needs help finding a good website for thier WOD I would look there.Erin
Subject: Re: WOD for July 30A great website if you are looking for information and resources for
science.erin
Subject: Re: WOD for 8/03/04 I enjoyed looking at the bigkid for 6 werbsite. It provides a story
for students to read and then questions for the teahcer to stimulate learning about one of the 6
skills.erin
Subject: Re: Katherine LawsonThe searchasourus is fun to use, I only wish they had pictures of
the animals in the encylopedia
Subject: Re: SorryGreat website I really liked the links to the websites that I use often in my
classroom
Subject: Re: WOD for July 30Fabulous site! I will definitely use this! Thanks for the rec. :-)
Subject: Re: WOD 8/2/04Thanks Molly! I will definitely use this as a resource. I agree with one of
our other classmates that perhaps it should not be used by our students, but rather lessons
screened by the teacher with prior approval and presented independent of the website. Have you
run into any controversial material on this site?
Subject: Nicole Garza's WODhttp://www.donquijote.org/spanishlanguage/Is one of the greatest
Spanish language web cites that I have ever visited. It is magnificent!! I highly recommend it for
both you and for your students. It has everything from literature to songs to lesson plans and
teaching aids. I hope that you enjoy this cite.

Subject: Re: SorryThanks Amy. Absolutely wonderful resource! I found and bookmarked some
great resources for multicultural education as well as some great sites on violence and bullying.
Subject: Re: WOD 8/2/04Glad you liked this -- I was thinking of it more for the teacher and notfor
the students (although they have a student area.) I think it is allpretty controversial, but, it has
helped me to re-think lessons and myteaching strategies. The lessons I've used from it have been
great formy students -- it's scary territory, but, I think it has opened up somediscussion and has
given me some ways to talk to the students about manyissues I'd previously avoided. The
multicultural awareness quiz isfascinating.Enjoy! MMM
Subject: Re: Nicole Garza's WODThis looks like a great site. It could be especially useful with the
ELL students.
Subject: Re: Nicole Garza's WODWow! What a great site! I am forwarding this to my school's
Spanish teacher. She will love it!
Subject: Re: Nicole Garza's WODDoes look like a site that would be very helpful for ELL students
and their famlies. Thanks for the link.John
Subject: Re: Nicole Garza's WODA great resource for my Nutrition, Health, and Ethnic Issues class!
MMM
Subject: Re: SorryAmy:Nice site. There is a ton of useful information on this site.
Thanks,Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: Nicole Garza's WODNice site. I really enjoyed the games section that it has.-
Annmarie Jablon
Subject: 8-9 WOD J. MartucciThis site provides detailed information regarding Internet resources
in the field of young adult literature. It is mostly a collection of links, but the site also has such
useful features as listings of award winners and bestsellers. It also has a searchable index that
links books to teaching ideas.http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/~dkbrown/
Subject: Re: WOD for 8/03/04 I had never heard of this before, Wow. The model allows it to be
useful in any number of circumstances, but I see it as especially useful to start the school year
with. I can see teaching several days with this and then being able to refer to it throughout the
year as students are asked to perform tasks with the books read.
Subject: Re: WOD for July 30Interesting site. When I first saw the URL I thought it would be a
bunch of rhetoric. I find that to be untrue. I went into the Word of the Day link. Very cool. It gives
a word, definiton, usage, etc. I can see using this in the classroom as a once a week activity to
give as homework. There is also a place for students to write for an on-line "zine". Thanks for the
info.
Subject: WOD-8/10Electric Teacher is a website that offers resources, links of interest, and
contacts with other electric teachers and trainers. There are Powerpoint, PhtoDraw, FrontPage,
and Word links that offer online tutorials, project ideas, discussions and other related links. There
is a great link to Elementary Resources, an Educational Web Design link, a link to Thematic
Resources and a link to a great educational Photo Archive.It also has links of interest to literacy
and technology, educational sample pages, searching the web, photography, diversity project, ed.
listservs and collaboration sites, community resources, creating online portfolios, booknook, fun
with photos, visual learning, elementary test prep, basic internet, children's search engines,
working with graphics, day in the life of, K-12 teacher resources, parent resources, creating
classroom webs, web themes, presentations, quizhub.com, and online resources for new
teachers.http://www.electricteacher.com
Subject: Re: 8-9 WOD J. MartucciNice web site. I liked the authors links on the web. That will
make itvery helpful when we have author studies in my class. The only thing Iwish it would have
done was updated the recommended books. It seems asthough it has not been updated since
2000.-Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: WOD-8/10For some reason I am having problems downloading this site. Thepictures
seem to freeze on my computer at home. I will try again later. It sounds like a great site.-
Annmarie Jablon
Subject: Re: SorryThis is agreat website. I have marked it in favorites.Anne O.
Subject: Re: 8-9 WOD J. MartucciI like the Reader's Theater section. Aaron Shepard's has lots of
free scripts that are matched up with specific books. Thanks for the link.John
Subject: Re: WOD-8/10Great site. The Tutorials for Power Point, Front Page, and Word will help a
lot of teachers incorporate computers into their lessons. I also liked the Searching The Web link. It
offers a lot of directions to go while looking for something specific.John

Subject: Re: SorryI love the CASA notes. They are great for teachers who need a quick notein
English and Spanish. I am going to pass this site on to otherteachers in my building.Amy

Subject: WOD 8/12The web site that I wanted to share with you is called ì Index to Internet Sites:
Childrenís and Young Adultsí authors and Illustratorsî The link of the site is
http://falcon.jmu.edu/~ramseyil/biochildhome.htmThis site is a wonderful resource for teachers.
It provides a list of childrenís authors. With in this list you can find any author imaginable and a
link to information about him/her. The authors with a ìteachers resourceî notation are the most
useful. When you click on these authors ( of which there are many) you can find biographies,
bibliographies, lesson plans, activities among other things. Hope you enjoy the site.Erin
Subject: Re: WOD 8/12WOW! that is a lotof authors and Illustrators.John
Subject: wod jonathan speregonthe website i have chosen for my website of the day is
wwwteachnology.com. This website is really great for teachers it has a link to help set up rubrics,
it has a link for lesson plan help, one for ideas and you can even download handouts. I use this
site all the time, and it has really benefited me. This site is also appropriate for al grade levels
primary and intermediate.
Subjects. I think that it lacks in the organization department but it is still a great place that both
teachers and students are able to get data on a variety of topics.John
Subject levels. I also like the state section. I believe that this site will make iteasier for my
students to do their state reports. Really great site. Thanks for sharing it.-Annmarie Jablon
Subject area. One of my favorite aspects is the "printables" section, where a number of
reproducable notes, outlines, graphic organizer, etc are available. It also has possible quizzes to
chose from as well as books to purchase. Another great feature is "My grade book," where you
could keep your grades. I know most CCSD teachers use Easy Grade Pro, but this is an alternative
option. Finally, I really find myself using the "Cross-curricular" lessons. More specifically lessons
about elections, which I plan to use for the upcoming presidential election. At anyrate, I hope you
enjoy the site!Shelby
Subject matter. I found that when I was teaching a basic stock market unit to my 9th graders that
they did not struggle with the concepts, nor the economic functions, but rather their biggest
struggle was with the math aspects of the unit. What a great way to refresh their skills! Thanks for
the great input!Shelby

								
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