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  • 123 Certificates - free printable certificates; use to print rewards for students, friends, family, party guests, anybody.  Reward the student of the week, the player of the game, the spelling bee winner, teacher of the month, employee of the year, a student that has worked hard, and more!
  • Awesome Library for Teachers -This site offers tons of information on different subjects, lesson plans, and integration ideas.
  • Big6 - Lesson plans utilizing the Big 6 information skills curriculum are made available-great for exercising critical thinking proficiencies.
  • Discovery Channel Online - From the Discovery Channel; Animal Planet, Science Channel, Travel Channel, Discovery Health.
  • Discovery School - School Resources section of Discovery Education. Links toTeacher Tools such as Puzzlemaker and Lesson Plan Library.
  • Edgate History Day Links - Nice collection of links for middle and high school students and teachers.
  • Education World - A search engine for educational websites only. This is a great place to begin browsing for lesson plans and activity ideas. Don't miss the interdisciplinary, thematic, and group-learning lesson plans.
  • Federal Resources for Educational Excellence - Links to and promotes free educational resources provided by federal agencies.
  • Foundation for Teaching Economics - Curriculum design, lesson plans, special programs, standards, professional development opportunities, and special programs for students.
  • Fun Mathematics Lessons - Contains over 20 mathematical activities for ages K-adult. Offers lessons on counting and fractions to algebra. Most lessons are "action" based.
  • Intervention Central - Intervention Central offers free tools and resources to help school staff and parents to promote positive classroom behaviors and foster effective learning for all children and youth. The site was created by Jim Wright, a school psychologist and school administrator from Central New York. Visit to check out newly posted academic and behavioral intervention strategies, download publications on effective teaching practices, and use tools that streamline classroom assessment and intervention.
  • Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything - As she develops new presentations or interests, she creates a page of support resources...this site will serve as the entry point to these links, ideas, tips, and tricks!
  • Memphis ESL - Welcome to our new ESL collaborative web page. Here you can participate in discussions, download files containing the forms you need, and share photos and news.  Click on "Pages" on the left for links to a variety of resources.
  • Math Forum Web - Provides information on math resources, education, and key issues in the field of mathematics
  • Mathematics and Computer Science Hot List - The Hotlists are Internet resources that science and mathematics educators and enthusiasts may find useful.
  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics - Web site for this professional organization.
  • New York Times Learning Network (gr. 3 -12) - A free service for students, teachers, & parents; updated daily.
  • PBS Teacher Source - Provides prek-12 educational resources and activities for educators tied to PBS programming and correlated to local and national standards .
  • PBS Frontline Teacher Center - New classroom activities with streaming video, downloadable lesson plans and web-exclusive resources to accompany FRONTLINE programs in the classroom
  • Smithsonian - Educators can spend time browsing lesson plans and quality educational resources for art and design, science, technology, history, and language arts classes.
  • Teacher Net - The place to go to chat with other teachers.
  • The Teacher Tap - Free, professional development resource that helps educators address common technology integration questions by providing practical, online resources and activities. Check out the Project Overview for more information.
  • TeacherWeb - Keep your students and parents informed with your own website. Post assignments, announcements, and other materials. Easy to use.
  • Teacher's Internet Use Guide - This guide works with you, designing Internet-based lessons.
  • Teaching in the Information Age - Offers educators information on information literacy, teachers and technology, and effective research.
  • T.H.E. Journal - T.H.E. Journal for technology in the classroom.
  • University of Maryland's College of Information and Library Services - Information on Copyright and Fair Use. Site designed to help educators and students make informed decisions before using Internet materials in classrooms.
  • Varsity Tutors - over 100,000 professionally written problems and thousands of distinct practice tests across 150 subjects. This includes subjects like foreign languages, history, math, and science at all levels of sophistication. We also have practice tests and problems for common standardized tests like the ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, ISEE, and SSAT.
  • Virtual Nerd - Pearson’s new math tutorial site now includes its own app, which will let students access 1,500+ videos. It will also be available in the app store later this fall. Free for iPad.

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