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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.
Socrative - Socrative lets teachers engage and assess their students with educational activities on tablets, laptops and smartphones. Through the use of real time questioning, instant result aggregation and visualization, teachers can gauge the whole class’ current level of understanding. Socrative saves teachers time so the class can further collaborate, discuss, extend and grow as a community of learners.
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.
Affordable Online Degrees - What Affordable Colleges Online does is offer free in-depth resources to help students better understand both the accreditation and the affordability of online colleges and universities. We use data from the National Center for Education Statistics, the Integrated Post-Secondary Education Data System as well as the Carnegie Foundation so that students have the information they need to make an informed decision about their future.
Visit the Alumni web-site. Stay in touch and plan reunions.
Get reunion information and communicate with former classmates at