||A site for helping
teachers integrate technology successfully into the classroom.
Resources in Technology
||Wonderful list of
ideas from Sue Lebeau
||A whole list of
wonderful links from quizstar, rubistar, teacher tackle box, etc.
||Nothing fancy, but
a good list of ideas
Technology Lesson Plans
||Ideas for using
technology in the classroom by Internet 4Teachers. Great sources. Includes
information on using the digital camera.
Tutorial for Kids
||Perfect for use
with kids. It's the basics - starts with using a mouse. It's interactive.
||This site includes
links to lessons that have been developed and written according to tech
Lessons and Resources
||Very useful ideas
and links; useful to lower grades
||Links on articles
and resources for copyright to lessons to Internet Safety
Word 2007 Tutorial
||Everything you ever
wanted to know.
Office 2007 Tutorial
||This site links
to an education world document written by a Professor Poole. Scroll down
to find the links and print them out.
Tutorials for Microsoft Office
||All aspects of Microsoft
Office from Front Page to Word.
Point Games and Templates
||This includes templates,
directions, ideas, jeopardy...
||An incredible list
of resources from music to classroom ideas.
In the Primary Classroom
||A Rapides Parish
site that is user friendly and contains links in lesson plans, math , reading,
and Instruction Interwoven
||Lee's Summit Missouri
School District Website - Contains excellent and useful links on differentiating,
power points, webquests, tutorials, digital media, etc.
Integration Unit Planning
||This site is developed
by the University of Washington and contains tips and procedures for developing
Tech integrated lesson plans.
Lesson of the Week
||This site links
to the Education World website.
Dyke Public Schools Site
||This site contains
links to many topics from lesson plans and tutorials to google earth, promethean
boards, and workshops.
||Links to many webquests
and web based projects listed by subject. *
||This site shows
you how to create a webpage using Microsoft Frontpage. The Handouts were
designed by a professor at a University for his students.