|Education -- Student & Teacher
AMERICAN STUDENT DIRECTORY
This directory provides a searchable database of over 70,000 American Elementary
and Secondary schools.
ASK ERIC LESSON PLANS
This site provides extensive lessons plans in the following subject areas:
Arts, Math, Educational Technology, Physical Education, Foreign Language,
Science, Health, and Social Studies. Educators are encouraged to
submit their lesson plans.
bigchalk delivers learning resources to 43,000 schools in the U.S. and
Blue Web'N is an excellent Internet site searchable by: Content
Table, Subject Area, or Refined Search.
Education Place provides K-8 instructional materials with an emphasis
on Math, Social Studies, Reading, and Language Arts. Special sections
are included for children and their parents.
Homework help for children aged 9-14. Subject areas include World &
News, U.S., People, Word Wise, Science, Math, Sports, Cool Stuff, Games
& Quizzes, and Homework Center.
FIFTY STATES AND CAPITALS
Fifty States and Capitals offers extensive information on each state,
plus five U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia. Included
are links and images for state birds, flags, songs, flowers, trees, maps,
license plates, and symbols.
Global Schoolhouse provides numerous resources for students, teachers,
and parents. Internet instructional guides are provided.
Helping Hands provides an excellent online database pertaining to children
KANSAS EDUCATION RESOURCE CENTER (KERC)
Contains lesson plans and resources for teachers to use in aligning classroom instruction and assessment to Kansas' academic standards.
KATHY SCHROCK'S GUIDE
This site is organized into three sections: Subject Access, Search
Engines, and Additional Information. This guide is useful for enhancing
curriculum and teacher professional growth.
Kids Web offers specially selected information targeted at K-12 level.
This comprehensive resource library is divided into four categories:
Arts, Science, Social Studies, and Miscellaneous and includes Homework
LIBRARY IN THE SKY
Library in the Sky contains over 1,600 links to educational resources.
The informational options include: Former Picks of the Week, Student
Resources, Teacher Resources, Parent Resources, and Librarian Resources.
Math Central is an Internet site for math teachers to share resources,
a service to teachers, students, and parents who need math assistance,
and a facility for teachers to discuss mathematical issues.
NATIONAL CENTER FOR EDUCATION STATISTICS
This site "is the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing
data that are related to education in the U.S. and other nations."
Online Schoolyard offers numerous educational links to children K-8; this
site reviews the links for quality and safety. Subject areas include:
Arts, Computers. English, Languages, Health and PE, Math, Science, and
This is the home of PBS Kids characters with thousands of pages of learning
and fun to explore. Information for all PBS kids' shows, including Arthur,
Barney, and Teletubbies.
"Teachers' Domain is a multimedia digital library for K-12 teachers
and students. You'll find an extensive collection of classroom-ready resources,
as well as media-rich lesson plans and professional development resources.
Each resource is catalogued by grade level and correlated to national
and state standards." -- From the Teachers' Domain introductory tour.
The Web site focus on the sciences and civil rights. Site requires free
ONLINE This site is a joint project of the Kansas State Historical
Society and the Kansas Collection, University of Kansas Libraries. It
details the "Bleeding Kansas" period of Kansas history from
1854-1861, and is targeted at middle and high school students and teachers.
It includes lesson plans tied to the state's Kansas and U.S. history standards.
RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS
This website provides curriculum resources for teachers and students teaching
and learning about the weather.
WEB BASED RESOURCES
This site provides indexing of educational journals and Websites divided
into 40 areas of study.