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Web Pages: Techniques to Apply and Questions to Ask (from University of
California Berkeley Library)
PBS TeacherLine sponsors this page with links to discipline specific information and resources. Subject areas include mathematics, reading/language arts, science, and technology and curriculum integration.
Teachers Network is a site with some unique resources especially for new teachers such as: lesson plans by subject and grade level, free streaming videos of “successful teaching strategies,” self-guided online courses, a new teacher resources area, a “how to” section and a bulletin board area to post a question to online mentors.
The Delaware Department of Education site provides access to content standards, education reports and statistics, educator certification information and school curriculum information.
Edhelper.com offers an abundance of lesson plans on subjects such as math, science, vocabulary, and health.
Education World is another excellent commercial site that offers “free only” links and resources for teachers. Their site is extensive and is divided into sections such as subject guides, article archives, a reference area, a quick research center, web site reviews, and world resources (divided by continent.) A valuable link on this site is to National and State standards: http://www.education-world.com/standards/
Reading Online is “A journal of K-12 research published by the International Reading Association.” They offer peer-reviewed journal articles both current and archived since 1997.
Content standards can be found under “Frequently Asked Questions” on the state of New Jersey Department of Education home page. Click on “Information for NJ Educators” and the site provides access to academic and professional standards and program requirements.
The University of Delaware’s “Resources for Education” site lists education related Internet sites and research guides.
ERIC - Education Resources Information Center
"World's largest digital library of education literature."