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Classroom 2.0 the social network for those interested in Web 2.0 and Social Media in education

Internet4Classrooms educational and technology information to help you use the internet effectively Teacher professional development and classroom resources across the curriculum


Gooru  Gooru is a search engine for learning that allows you to explore and study over 2,600 standards-aligned and personalized study guides. Study guides cover 5th-12th grade math and science topics, and resources include digital textbooks, animations, instructor videos and more. All resources are vetted and organized by teachers or Gooru's content experts...

CK12 Flexbooks  Free downloadable textbooks

Open High School of Utah

Khan Academy With over 3,200 videos on everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace. 


GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS Easy-to-use brainstorm and mind map online (can be saved or printed)
Webspiration Idea Mapping  Brainstorm and idea map online (a little harder to use, but more choices; free account required)

Essay Map at ReadWriteThink Interactive Essay organizer which students can submit to their teacher online. 

Persuasion Map at ReadWriteThink Interactive organizer for a persuasive essay (can be printed when finished)
Notetaker at ReadWriteThink  A hierarchical outlining tool that allows students to organize up to five levels of information for reading and writing activities

Timeline at ReadWriteThink  A handy tool for classroom use that guides students through the process of organizing information in timeline form and results in a polished finished product

Venn Diagram (2 circles) at ReadWriteThink A handy tool for classroom use that guides students through the process of organizing information in Venn diagram form (especially good for comparison/contrast projects)

Venn Diagram (3 circles) at ReadWriteThink

Graphic Organizer Makers



Rubistar Find or make rubrics 

Discovery School’s Puzzlemaker

Printing Press at ReadWriteThink An interactive Printing Press which assists students in creating newspapers, brochures, flyers, and booklets    

Essenburg tutorial Target student application of a biblical perspective to course content  

SchoolNotes Make a class website 

Storybird Collaborative storytelling using art (great for language classes)

Mobile Study Create quizzes that can be downloaded to mobile phones


Brain Pop

Books Should Be Free  Free audio books from the public domain

Lulu Self-publishing, Book Printing and Publishing Online 

Create Space Self-publishing and Free Distribution for Books


CLIP ART & IMAGES (public domain) 

WP Clipart



OWL: Handouts Research and Documenting Sources 

Turnitin  plagiarism check and other tools--membership required Definitions and plans to help prevent student plagiarism

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators Teaching students to evaluate web sites 

Fair Use and Copyright for Teachers  A clear treatment of this issue




In the News: New Teacher Tips (some resources focused on science teachers)

On the Web: New Teacher Tips (some resources focused on science teachers) 

Articles from the Science Scope Archives: New Teacher Tips  (some resources focused on science teachers) 


English Companion "where English teachers meet to help each other"


Web English Teacher

The OWL at Purdue  online writing lab; MLA resources 

The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation

Common Errors in English

Shakespeare Online

Absolute Shakespeare

Shakespeare Resource Center

Literary Elements Map at ReadWriteThink Interactive mapping of characters, conflict, resolution and setting

Plot Diagram at ReadWriteThink  Interactive plot diagram to be filled in and printed

Cinquain Poems



Scirus a science search engine

Movies, Flash Animations & Essential Study Partner Links

BBC – Schools Science Clips


How stuff works Science Channel 

NSSDC Planetary Image Catalog

Online Conversions   – Convert Units at 

Creation on the Web


Daily Nature & Science News @ National Geographic



Access Excellence at the National Health Museum

Access Excellence Graphics Gallery a series of labeled diagrams with explanations representing the important processes of biotechnology

Biology Education Online an interactive, online, peer reviewed, electronic journal

Biology Electronic Encyclopedia (BEE)

Biology Questions

Biology Coloring Worksheets

Biodidac a bank of digital resources for teaching biology

Awesome Science Teacher Resources


Answers in Genesis


AP Environmental Science

APES Notes   Mrs. Sealy's Environmental Science Course notes 

APES Labs and Activities also from Mrs. Sealy's course

Companion Site to Environmental Science: Earth as a Living Planet, 7th Edition

Food Environment Atlas

Course Notes: AP Environmental Science

Dr. E's Science Page  AP Environmental Science and Physics  

Maryland Sea Grant Marine Education: Biofilms & Biodiversity

APES sample AP test questions and scoring guides

APES Population Websites

The Habitable Planet  Interactive labs  

Environmental Literacy Council: Environmental Science Course Material

Bill Nye's Climate Lab

Bill Nye the Science Guy

Chemistry Now - NSTA Blog


Integrated Science 8

Daily Weather Map downloadable pdf files

AWEKAS Automatic Weather Map System

The Science Spot middle school science ideas and resources  

The Physics Classroom or Integrated Science 8

Primary Science Resources: Electricity for Integrated Science 8  

Event-Based Science  for Integrated Science 8 

Dr. Carlson's Science Theater "home of the best science demonstrations on the web"


Life Science 

Christianity Today: How to Teach Sex

Crazy Monkey: Pandemic Game

Nobel The Immune System

Med Myst :  RICE Center for Technology in Teaching and Learning:  Infectious Diseases

Foundation for a Drug-Free World

Creation Moments

Answers in Genesis Young Earth Creationists




Xpeditions @ National Geographic  (lesson plans, activities, atlas maps, news & more -- grades K-12)

Kidipede – History for Kids

America’s Library

A Chronology of US Historical Documents (by the University of Oklahoma College of Law)

History Link 101 (lots of historical/cultural information and links by period and place)

National Geographic Online  (maps, photography, travel, more)

New York Times Learning Network

British History Online

BBC History  (of Britain)

The National [British] Archives  (collected over a 1000 years of British history)



AplusMath Addition For Kids!  Calculators, Lessons, and Worksheets 

Graphing Vector Calculator an interactive Java applet