Martin Luther King, Jr. Sites, from Larry Ferlazzo
Learn About the Winter Olympics, also posted by Larry Felazzo
What's it Like To Be A Student in Today's Classrooms? Here's a nice bit of perspective trom Teaching & Learning Magazine's online edition
Creating Podcasts: Enjoy this post from Free Tech For Teachers on resources for creating your own podcasts!
Cartoons for the Classrooms, from Free Tech for Teachers
Biology Animations, from Free Tech for Teachers
Math Snacks, from ILearnTechnology - Here's a great site for teaching some basic and not-so-basic Math concepts to kids, appropriate for elementary, middle school kids and high school kids. The site uses brief animations & video clilps to introduce and reinforce basic concepts, like Bad Date (ratio & proportion), Overruled (proportions & coordinate graphing), and Number Rights (equality, order, and number lines), etc. Most have learner and teacher guides, and many are available for download to portable devices like iPods!
Carrot Sticks is a similar site, also posted at iLearn Technology
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