Online Courses, New Technologies for Teaching
Divide Network -- the basics on the issue, current news and
research, funding information, etc. Click here
for more stuff from the feds.
teachers and librarians who'd like to increase student learning by
building a web site but don't know how, here are examples of
different kinds of web sites for different purposes (treasure hunts,
hot lists, etc.), and forms which allow you to fill in the blanks to
do something similar. It will even host your page for six months.
- FREE: Federal Resources for
Educational Excellence--all in one place, with a search engine
and subject arrangement, you can find online educational resources
on a subject no matter what government agency they were produced
by--the Smithsonian, the Fish and Wildlife Service, the US
geological Survey, etc.
History Matters -- Designed for high school and college teachers and students,History
Matters serves as a gateway to web resources and offers other
useful materials for teaching U.S. history.
Access in U.S. Public Schools and Classrooms, 1994-2002--statistics
in .pdf format (needs
Iowa Database: a
Resource for Distance Learning--info on using the ICN, including
a handbook on videoconferencing, ITTC rules, a k-12 demonstration
project, and more.
- Learner Online-- an Annenberg/Corporation
for Public Broadcasting project to help educators improve teaching
effectiveness using new technologies. Includes a guide to math and
science reform, a workshop on technology and course design, using
technologies to teach, and how to design and deliver telecourses.
Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Research
-- a free and open resource designed primarily for faculty and
students of higher education. Links to online learning materials are
collected here along with annotations such as peer reviews and
Resources from NASA for K-12
-- scroll down for ages 14+.
Teaching and Learning Projects
Every Student -- supports educators in learning about and
practicing Universal Design for Learning (UDL).