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As citizens and future stewards of our planet, today’s students are in a unique position to become active agents of environmental change. The good news is that many of them are very interested in learning about and taking responsibility for their environment and their future. Everyone can contribute to improving our environment and students are
Science NetLinks is a great resource for science teachers (and any other teacher looking for science information and resources). They have resources for grades K-12. Resources include lesson plans, online resources, lesson tools, and more. It is all free! The resources are all standards based, internet activities. I have been using a few of them and
Cybrary Man’s Educational Web Sites – Cybraryman has a great site with over 20,000 links to educational resources. The site is organized by Educators, Parents, Students and sub categories. He even has lists of educational hashtags for Twitter. It is an excellent site and I’ve nominated it for an Edublog Award. The site has information for
Are you looking for a creative and practical gift that you can share with everyone on your school’ s staff? How about one that is totally free? Check out this great Advent Calendar of Web 2.0 Resources created by Kelly Tenkely of iLearn Technology. Remember, you just get to open one per day!