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123 Certificates - free printable certificates; use to print rewards for students, friends, family, party guests, anybody. Reward the student of the week, the player of the game, the spelling bee winner.
Adolescent Literacy - a national multimedia project offering information and resources to the parents and educators of struggling adolescent readers and writers
Awesome Library for Teachers - This site offers tons of information on different subjects, lesson plans, and integration ideas.
Big6 - Lesson plans utilizing the Big 6 information skills curriculum are made available-great for exercising critical thinking proficiencies.
Discovery Channel Online - From the Discovery Channel; Animal Planet, Science Channel, Travel Channel, Discovery Health.
EdGate History Day Links - Nice collection of links for middle and high school students and teachers.
Edmodo - Edmodo is an easy way to get your students connected so they can safely collaborate, get and stay organized, and access assignments, grades, and school messages.
Education World - A search engine for education websites only. This is a great place to begin browsing for lesson plans and activity ideas. Don't miss the interdisciplinary, thematic, and group-learning lesson plans.
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence - Links to and promotes free educational resources provided by federal agencies.
Foundation for Teaching Economics - Curriculum design, lesson plans, special programs, standards, professional development opportunities, and special programs for students.
Fun Mathematic Lessons - Contains over 20 mathematical activities for ages K-adult. Offers lessons on counting and fractions to algebra. Most lessons are 'action' based.
Intervention Central - Offers free tools and resources to help school staff and parents to promote positive classroom behaviors and foster effective learning for all children and youth.
Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything - As she develops new presentations or interests, she creates a page of support resources...this site will serve as the entry point to thiese links, ideas, tips, and tricks!
Math Forum Web - Provides iinformation on math resources, education, and key issues in the field of mathematics.
Mathematics and Computer Science Hot List - The Hotlists are Internet resources that science and mathematics educators and enthusiasts may find useful.
National Council of Teachers and Mathematics - Web site for this professional organization.
New York Times Learning Network (gr. 3-12) - A free service for students, teachers, & parents; updated daily.
PBS Teacher Source - Provides PreK-12 educational resources and activities for educators tied to PBS programming and correlated to local and national standards.
PBS Frontline Teacher Center - New classroom activities with streaming video, downloadable lesson plands and web-exclusive resources to accompany FRONTLINE progams in the classroom.
ReadWriteThink - Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction.
Smithsonian - Educators can spend time browsing lesson plans and quality educational resources for art and design, science, technology, history, and language arts classes.
Teacher Net - the place to go to chat with other teachers.
The Teacher Tap - Free, professional development resource that helps educators address common technology integration questions by providing practical, online resources and activities. Check out the Project Overview for more information.
TeacherWeb - Keep your students and parents informed with your own website. Post assignments, announcements, and other materials. Easy to use.
Teacher's Internet Use Guide - This guide works with you, designing Internet-based lessons.
Teaching in the Information Age - Offers educators information on information literacy, teachers and technology, and effective research.
T.H.E. Journal - Journal for technology in the classroom.
University of Maryland's College of Information and Library Services - Information on Copyright and Fair Use. Site designed to help educators and students make informed decisions before using Internet materials in classrooms.
Virtual Nerd - Pearson's new math tutorial site now includes its own app, which will let students access 1,500+ videos. It will also be available in the app store later this fall. Free for iPad.
College and Career Resources
ACT - The only test preparation program designed exclusively by ACT test development professionals is now online.
College Quest - CollegeQuest is a free career college match service designed to quickly start you on the path to higher education.
College Data - Choose, prepare, apply and pay for college with advice and tools. Get college admission help and search for colleges and scholarships.
Online Test Preparation & Information Links - provides free information for both preparing and registering for the ACT and the SAT. Also provided are free study guides and information to raise your scores.
O*Net Online - Detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more! Provided by the Department of Labor.
NCAA Eligibility Center - Tools and information you need to start your college experience. Explore this site to learn more about the NCAA, its athletics divisions, its sports, and other information.
Initial-Eligibility Resource - Contains links to the NCAA Eligibility Center's resources and presentations available free of charge.
Selective Service Online Registration - If you are a man ages 18 through 25 and living in the U.S., then you must register with Selective Service. It’s the law. According to law, a man must register with Selective Service within 30 days of his 18th birthday.
Federal Student Aid - Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step in accessing the more than $150 billion available in federal student aid.
Kuder Career Assessment - Use the Edamerica College and Career Planning System to assess your interests, skills, and work values.
ASVAB - Learn more about the ASVAB and what your testing experience will be like.
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