Integrating the Internet Resources K-12:

  American Association of School Librarians Includes online courses about the Internet, acceptable use policies and curriculum resources for integrating technology and the classroom.
  Center for Educational Resources (CERES) Project A fun site exploring space online with collaborative activities, distance learning opportunities, and NASA search engines.
  Classroom Connect The pioneer of integrating technology and the classroom--check out the projects, site reviews, and articles.
  Closing the Gap Technology in Special Education and Rehabilitation. Includes news, conference information, and resources.
  Connecting Students A fun site with lots of information such as lesson plans, web lessons, interactive sites, museums, and more!
  Discovery has content, ranging from lesson plans to interactive games, for teachers of all grade levels.
  Educational CyberPlayGround Karen Ellis' site is comprehensive and definitely user-friendly! This site was recently recognized by and USA Today for its design, ease of use, and resources for teachers.
  Educational Projects and Internet Integration Kathy Schrock's guide is another excellent source for annotated links related to using technology in the classroom.
  Education World This site includes lesson plans, news, job listings, resume listings, weekly updates, links and just about everything a teacher could need!
  Gateway to Educational Materials This site offers Internet lesson plans, curriculum units and activities for all K-12 subjects.
  Global SchoolNet Foundation Information related to using the Internet in the classroom, news and discussion of technology issues.
  Innovative Teaching An exceptional source of resources from lesson plans to discussion lists, in all content areas and grade levels!
  The International Society for Technology in Education A non-profit organization which helps educators in the areas of planning, funding, and developing technology programs.
  Journal of Educational Technology and Society Educational Technology & Society provides academic articles on the issues affecting the developers of educational systems and educators who implement and manage such systems. (source)
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  Journal of Special Educational Technology JSET is a refereed professional journal that presents up-to-date information and opinions about issues, research, policy, and practice related to the use of technology in the field of special education. (source)
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  Landmarks for Schools Provides links to teaching and learning resources and online projects.
  Literacy and Technology A new, well-organized site with many valuable links for teachers integrating technology with their curriculum!
  New Tools for Teaching A personal and professional look at teaching with technology.
  Office of Educational Technology The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Technology (OET) develops national educational technology policy and implements this policy through Department-wide educational technology programs. (source)
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  The Solution Site This new site provides teachers with fresh ideas and units to use, in addition to offering an opportunity to add to the collection. Units are categorized by subject and grade level -- an excellent site!
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  TeacherVision Features and online tools include: Quiz Lab, Mygradebook, Myschoolonline, Content Connection, and many others. Also available are email newsletters with tips for teachers.
  Teaching with the Web A new site which offers a collection of ideas for using WWW resources as a language teaching tool. It also offers links to sites that have pedagogical information. A new site which offers resources for teachers, tech coordinators, and administrators.
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  ThinkQuest ThinkQuest Inc. is a non profit organization which offers programs designed to advance education through the use of technology. The site includes "communities" related to specific projects, a collection of educational web sites designed by participants in the ThinkQuest Contests, and numerous other resources for teachers and students.
  Virtual Field Trips Web Site Specific Focus Field Trips: Each field trip covers a single topic such as salt marshes or volcanoes. Experts on the subject of the field trip have selected for you the best sites on the Web, which have been arranged in sequential order to build a story for you to follow. The field trip experts have also prepared short teacher's guides and selected other Web sites that provide background or curriculum guidance on each field trip.
  WWW4teachers This site helps teachers use online lessons with state standards, find lessons and WebQuests at R*TEC Teacher Tools, create Tracks, rubrics, web pages, and quizzes, and produce projects in English or Spanish.

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