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Please post the URL's and a short description of the web resources you located here:

1. www,MrEames.com - Mr. Eames' teacher website where he maintains examples of student work, as well as, tutorial videos that demonstrate how to complete certain tasks.

2. http://www.sw-georgia.resa.k12.ga.us/Math.html
Teacher resource that provides different graphic organizers for mathematical concepts that can be printed and provided to students

3. http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html
Student-centered tool that explains basic math concepts through online activities that use manipulatives

4. http://math.pppst.com/
Pre-made PowerPoints, activities and lessons that can be adapted as needed for different mathematical contents

5. http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/createagraph/default.aspx
Student-centered tool that allows the creation of a graph through a step-by-step process that details and explains each component that makes up different types of graphs

6. http://www.intmath.com/
Quick lessons for students or teachers to use in order to understand or learn to explain a concept. Additional interactive games are provided for students for extra practice.

7. http://www.biology4kids.com/index.html
A website that explains difficult science concepts in kid- friendly language. General topics include cell function, invertebrate classification and human anatomy.

8. http://science.howstuffworks.com/environmental/life
From the makers of the famous "How Stuff Works" book is this website that is full of answers to those questions you always wanted to ask. Great for students who are always trying to stump their friends or the teacher. (Good for teacher research too!)

9. http://www.koshland-science-museum.org/exhibitdna/
The National Academy of Sciences put this website together that allows students to explore how DNA is used as a tool in the real world. Students can identify a criminal, find a genetic disease and build a better plant with these interactive DNA sequencing tools.

10. http://www.sciencebuddies.org/
Great website for science fair project ideas. Also good for students who struggle with the methods and measurements of the Scientific Methods.

11. http://www.mywonderfulworld.org/toolsforadventure/
A National Geographic supported website that shows students how to utilize and make maps using different scientific tools. Interactive and addictive.

12. http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/body/index.shtml
The BBC's website on the human body. Includes flash models that allow students to "build" different organ systems while explaining their functions.

13. http://www.cnn.com/studentnews/
During the school year (late August to late May), this site features daily roundups of the previous day's news, presented in kid-friendly format with a kid-friendly (ok, maybe just dorky) anchor. A great piece of content to having playing during homeroom or to spark discussion during a social-studies class. The show even solicits student participation via video and email, giving you more chances to use technology in your classroom.

14. http://www.pppst.com/
If you are introducing a new skill or concept, this website is likely to have a broad range of pre-made PowerPoint presentations, no matter the content area or grade level.

15. http://www.wordle.net/
A fun tool kids can use as a writing extension or adaptation, or to glean central ideas and concepts from pieces of text (including poetry).

16. http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/
A wide-ranging site (perhaps sometimes too wide-ranging) that relates items in the news to various content areas. Lesson plans are included, but most of them require considerable adaptation to actually be useful. At the very least, good for ideas.

17. http://www.goodreads.com/
A great place for kids to extend their reading experiences beyond the classroom.

18. www.online-stopwatch.com
A great tool that lets kids see exactly how much time is left for any given activity. Lots of size and style options. I use it all day every day.

19. www.mapsofwar.com
Some great animated maps that, when accompanied by some narration from you, can be a great tool for intro or review.

20. www.worldhistoryforusall.com
A HUGE collection of resources for World History classes. Developed by San Diego State, so it's not always a perfect fit for the city/state curriculum, but some pretty good stuff.

21. www.youtube.com/user/historyteachers
A collection of utterly ridiculous YouTube videos developed by two brave history teachers in Hawaii. Each video takes a popular tune and adds history-themed lyrics. Just foolish enough that the kids actually like them.

22. www.historyisaweapon.org
A fairly radical website that offers some pretty great resources for when you're looking for something out of the box. A collection of rude and dissenting voices. I use it all the time.

23. http://www2.spsu.edu/math
Really simple website for a university math department, but has some really cool interdisciplinary visuals with math (showing tessellations in ancient cultures, etc.).

24. Pedagoguery Software: Tess
Great applet for creating fractals or tessellations. User interface is pretty good, and has a few language options if you have ESOL students.

25. http://www.mathwarehouse.com/
Good website in that it has a LOT of different math concepts, and gives good visual representations of somewhat abstract concepts that can be hard for students. The UI could be better, but overall a good website that students should find pretty easy to use.

26. Wolfram Demonstrations Project
Great website with thousands of demonstrations for all subjects, leaning mostly towards math and science. Many of them are college/advanced high school level, but there are also many that students will be able to grasp or would be good for students who are ahead of the curve. Well organized by topic or grade level.

27. http://my.hrw.com/math06_07/nsmedia/tools/Graph_Calculator/graphCalc.html
Simple, but really useful and pretty intuitive online graphing calculator. Especially good for high school or late middle school. Tends to alleviate the "but I don't HAVE a graphing calculator, so I couldn't do the assignment" problem.

28. http://www.classzone.com/books/earth_science/terc/navigation/investigation.cfm
This resource offers a variety of objective-oriented tools and activities to engage students' critical thinking through lab activities.

29. http://education.usgs.gov/common/primary.htm#plate
This resource provides the opportunity for students to engage in multiple articles and "hands-on" approach to learning using online modules or simulations.

This website offers a variety of earth science related content through 400 articles and other types of media to be utilized in the classroom or at home.

31. http://www.iris.edu/hq/programs/education_and_outreach/animations
This resource is centered on seismic activity. Students are able to choose from a variety of seismic animation and slide shows as they prepare for Earth history units.

32. http://globe.gov/
This website allows students to make scientific environmental measurements of air temperature, cloud observations, precipitation, surface water temperature and pH, among many other topics. Scientists review the students work and formulate models and provide student feedback.

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33. http://www.pptpalooza.net/ - Tons of free powerpoints for Social Studies Teachers. These can be altered to fit your needs, but the leg work has been done!

34. http://jeopardylabs.com/ - Free Jeopardy making website and you don't have to spend hours with powerpoint to make it work!

35. http://www.flocabulary.com/ - Some free Hip-Hop songs created to help students remember key concepts. These songs can also be purchased through Itunes for .99!

36, free.ed.gov - 1600 free lesson plans that have been created by the Federal Government.

37. www.pbs.org - Free lesson plans that align to standards. They also incorporate videos, readings and pictures.

38. www.nps.gov
U.S. National Park Service - Experience Your America The NPS website contains lesson plans and activities related to the National Parks and other sites. This is great for anyone teaching seventh grade social studies or geography. My students loved looking at the pictures for inspiration during creative writing.

39. www.cbf.org
Chesapeake Bay Foundation | Save the Bay
The last unit in the sixth grade earth science curriculum focuses on the Chesapeake Bay, so this website is a must
40. www.scienceviews.com
Great for supplementing the sixth grade earth science curriculum

41. teacher.scholastic.com
More amazing graphic organizers that are great quality to print out and copy or edit and copy.

42. http://www.balancedreading.com/graphorg.pdfGreat graphic organizers with descriptions of each! These could be used with any subject for any grade level.

43. Welcome to Discovery Education | Discovery EducationFilms about ALL topics, and the quality is great!

44. Free Math WorksheetsThe absolute best math website for printable worksheets and answer keys for any subject! Totally beats anything mathworks provides...

45. Human Evolution by The Smithsonian Institution's Human Origins ProgramThis website is awesome for teaching sixth grade social studies at the beginning of the year. I supplemented our textbook with this site, and the kids got so into it they were always looking on it at home and telling me about the things they had read!
more from humanorigins.si.edu

46. http://www54.studyisland.com/ Studyisland provides the teacher with an account that s/he can use to create subaccounts for his/her students. Through Studyisland the teacher can assign games as assignments to reinforce concepts from class. Students can monitor their progress on concepts taught and the teacher can keep track of this progress as well.

47. https://www.dropbox.com/ Dropbox is a great site for sharing information with teachers across the city and even the country. I had a dropbox account for my 8th grade science class last year, together with other 8th grade teachers from the city we collaborated on a weekly bases to design lesson plans, we then uploaded and shared the lesson plans through dropbox.

48. http://www.greeningschools.org/resources/curricula.cfm For teachers who want to teach students how to be more green, this is a website that has lesson plans that try to integrate green concepts into the science content that they are teaching. Lesson plans are available on this site.

49. http://auth.grolier.com/login/expertspace/login.php Expert Space is a website that provides background reading on topics in science and social studies. The teacher can change the level of the reading. For struggling and advanced readers the reading can be modified with the touch. Great for differentiation!

50. https://csdl.bcps.k12.md.us/ CSDL is a site that can only be accessed from City School networks; it provides teachers with a test bank that is organized by VSC. A teacher can create a test or quiz by selecting, which standards s/he wants to include on the assessment. Furthermore when you print out scantron for the test you can have them graded automatically (most school are equipped with the software that allows you to do this. This is the same system they use to administer benchmarks.)

51. http://www.tprstorytelling.com/ is the site for all language teachers need to implement Total Physical Response through Storytelling in their classroom. It offers different curriculum as well as testimonials and resources for TPRS.

52. http://uex.sagepub.com/content/39/3/266.abstract is an article about classroom management. More specially, it offers reflections from teachers on culturally sensitive teaching. It is relevant to what we do everyday in the classroom.

53. http://www.cal.org/resources/digest/ncrcds05.html is an article about integrating language and content through immersion programs. I think this is mostly relevant for language teachers; however, immersion lessons can be cross-curricular and relate to more than one content area. This article is exciting because will help me engage my students in the content in exiting and relevant ways.

54. http://www.jstor.org/pss/30189456. I like this article for its take on managing the urban student. There are so many different takes on classroom managagement in urban classroom and this site provides a different perspective.

55. http://free.ed.gov/ This site is useful for the primary documents and other resources that come straight from the federal government. I would love to use it in my own classroom in studying immigration and other issues pertaining to Spanish-speaking Americans.