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Curriculum & DI


Links verified 5/30/2016


  1. Bob Bowman's List of Educational OnLine Tutorials
  2. Brainstorming - Learn how to brainstorm effectively using this online training.
  3. Classroom Terminology - key terms from Teaching Children Science (close to 300 terms defined, most apply to all classrooms, not just science)
  4. Icebreakers and Energizers - Activities that are just plain fun
  5. Icebreakers, games and activities - This site features instructions to several playtested, high quality icebreakers, games, and team building activities
  6. Instructor Idea Exchange - The August, 2000 topic was "What are your favorite ways to kick off the new school year?" You enter your response or read what others wrote. There is an archive of previous topics.
  7. Layered Curriculum - Differentiate your classroom
  8. Learning Differences - Library of PDF files that address NCLB
  9. Learning Disability Web site - Many on-line inventories to give your students; Cognitive Processing Inventory, LD terms and Definitions, Parent Support and more.
  10. Special Education Page - This page contains special education-related links. General links are at the top of the list; specific category links are at the bottom.
  11. Sponge Activities - 10 Games - Ideas for occupying students for ten minutes.
  12. Standards and Benchmarks - database from McREL [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
  13. Standards, Reform and Professional Development
  14. Teacher Resource Center from Scholastic - Get exactly what you need every day (pre-K to 8)
  15. Teacher Resources from TeacherLINK
  16. Teaching Methods - Multiple links on almost everything dealing with education from curriculum theory to classroom management to cooperative learning. Abundant sources of links.
  17. Teaching Tips - Great site from Hawaii with loads of info for teachers.
  18. Teachersfirst.com has a classroom resource finder which you can use to search for Internet resources or lesson plans. And if you can not find what you are looking for there, a keyword search is provided.

 

 

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