Indexes to Education Sites
Kinds of Minds -- Highlights the work of Dr.
Mel Levine, who shows students how to compensate for their specific
learning dysfunctions. Of particular interest: the library of
articles, case studies, and activities to help identify learning
problems and correct them.
School Directory -- the Internet home for all K-12 schools,
providing instant access to over 106,000 school web sites.
Education Resource-- this service links to Catholic schools on the net, a
list-serve for Catholic educators, and related links. Classroom
instruction ideas as well.
on and applications for the educational rate for internet access.
News--which humbly calls itself "K-12 technology and internet
decision makers' #1 news source - on the Web and in print"
Resource Organizations Directory--put out by the U.S. Dept. of Education,
the directory indexes over 4,000 sites, provides research and statistics
and is searchable.
Week--which says its goal is to be "the first place on the
Web people come to for information about educational reform, schools,
and the policies that guide them." It includes not just the text
of the journal, but also background papers, and links to previous
stories, on such topics as charter schools, privatization, vouchers,
internet, and phonics. The publication does seem to have a bias
against public education, however.
Resources for Educational Excellence--files created by more than
30 government agencies, searchable, and with a subject index.
Strategies Database for Education Students
School World Directory
much honored site for the sharing of learning resource materials.
Includes a chat room and a clip art searcher.
School Library Media Center
Psychology Resources Online--a guide to info on counseling,
behavior disorders, learning disabilities, etc
- Strengthening Teaching -- US Dept. Of Education
Tolerance--a curriculum and lesson plans from the Southern Poverty
to Teacher -- tips and advice for new teachers from motivation
to classroom management and more.
Education Institute--a page devoted to the particular
administrative and teaching problems of inner city schools. From the
University of Chicago.