Links suggested by site visitors
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- A really useful UK link on your website would be to:
- http://www.edhelper.com - 1,000 Webquests and 6,200 Lesson Plans including tons of Science, Social Studies, Mathematics, and many more resources.
-Vickie, edhelper webmaster
- http://www.creativeteachingsite.com - provides educators, teachers, and anyone
interested in learning with tips for creative teaching, motivational teaching, and professional development. Tips for integrating "Star Trek" and "Star Wars" into curriculum.
- www.songs4teachers.com - sells teaching-related songs & poems. Has some free songs & poems available you can view/print/download midi files for
-Mary Flynn, a librarian/computer teacher in Ontario, Canada and site author
- Timesavers for Teachers.com - timesaving resources for all teachers
- http://www.getlitonline.com/ - English teachers need to share the excellent sites and information they find.
I found one that helped me get through my first year. Perfect study guides, character lists, and tests for plays and novels. I used them for my 10th grade subjects.
- www.aplusjobs.co.uk - website for teaching and education jobs in the UK
-Jack Guest, webmaster of aplusjobs site
- www.ILoveThatTeachingIdea.com - FREE K-6 worksheets, reproducibles, and ideas for math, science, social studies, language arts, holidays, character ed, service-learning
-Kris Thurgood [email@example.com
- http://www.readinga-z.com - Reading a-z provides downloadable books, worksheets and lesson plans to help
children read. There are leveled readers for guided reading, a systematic
phonics program and alphabet books. There are more than 300 books on the site
for downloading and printing, with more being added every month.
-John Morgan, Reading a-z
- Website supporting creative teaching including a monthly magazine - community of practice -in which teachers share ideas.
-Darron Davies, Know Drama
- Techahead Useful Apps & Technology for the classroom - suggested by Madison
My Science lesson plans links
- An intuitive introduction to density
GRADE RANGE: 6th-9th grade
An intuitive introduction to density that uses familiar everyday situations
instead of assuming students would already understand the
implications of ratios and using the mathematical density=mass/volume approach.
An online game that teaches balancing equations. Works very well, even has a lesson plan and a worksheet.
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