June 5, 2010 -- From TAKLinda, a teacher, from Vancouver, BC, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.
Teach All Kids is designed to help teach students with learning difficulties. Inside this site, you’ll find teaching advice, ideas, techniques and proven educational worksheets. The areas covered include math, reading comprehension, language arts, grammar, thinking skills, dot patterns, ESL and complete lessons. Together, we can Teach All Kids.
March 22, 2008 -- From Karen, a teacher, from Las Vegas, NV, who is affiliated with the site.
Come look at what they’re learning in Miss Powell’s second grade class at Beatty Elementary School in Las Vegas, Nevada! At www.MyFunTeacher.com you can see projects and activities the kids have been working so hard on. While you’re there, make sure you check out the students’ web pages. This is where Miss Powell’s students showcase their work. Each student’s web page is unique and reflects their personality. Drop them an email and let them know what you think!
February 6, 2008 -- From Andrew, a reader, from St. Louis, Missouri, who is affiliated with the site.
SchoolTube.com is a safe video website for K-12 students and teachers. All videos are student produced and teacher approved. There are over 70 categories, so there is something for everyone.
November 20, 2006 -- From Michael, a parent, from Reedville, VA, who is affiliated with the site.
A K12 Teacher Wiki with over 11,000 Wiki communities and thousands of educational links and content organized by state. Free for teachers
August 1, 2006 -- From John, a teacher, from Canada, who is affiliated with the site.
Room 108 has over 400 pages of elementary educational activites. The programs are free and interactive all with an educational focus.Great for families or teachers to use with their class.
July 13, 2006 -- From Faye, a reader, from Concord, VA, who is affiliated with the site.
This web site has classroom decorating ideas, tips for teachers and room party ideas. Updated often with articles.
June 11, 2006 -- From Matthew, a teacher, who is affiliated with the site.
As a literacy coach, I have referred all my teachers to this site to find excellent ideas to use in their classroom. It is easily navigated and the ideas are from teachers teaching the curriculum not a publisher. It is also a place where teachers may share the lessons they have developed to use to support the OCR curriculum. This means the site continues to grow and change on a regular basis to support teachers.
May 10, 2006 -- From Elaine, a teacher, from Sandwich, MA, who is affiliated with the site.
I am a teacher currently teaching technology in grades K-4. I began this site about eight years ago as a collection of about 25 sites that I used with my students. It has expanded over time to a directory of approximately 8,000 sites, arranged according to topic. The site is designed for use by children and there is an additional page of links for parents and teachers. It is updated frequently and links are checked monthly.
May 5, 2006 -- From Johanna Tschebull, a reader from Boston, who is affiliated with the site
John Scopes was arrested in Tennessee in 1925 for teaching evolution in defiance of state law. His trial became an all-out duel between science and religion, and one of the epic legal battles of the twentieth century.
May 5, 2006 -- From Eric Ward, a reader from Tennessee, who is affiliated with the site
ZOOM is PBS’s award-winning daily interactive television series and 3,000 page web site. The site challenges five to eleven-year-olds to “turn off the TV and do it”. Behind each entertaining half-hour episode is a curriculum developed by leading educators and advisors.