I got a pointer to Spartan Guides, a treasure-trove of organized links to web sites useful in education. The home page lists the most popular guides. Each of the guides has dozens of categories, which then often break down to … Continue reading
The Rural School and Community Trust ” is a national nonprofit organization addressing the crucial relationship between good schools and thriving communities.” “The Rural Trust provides a variety of services—training, networking, technical assistance, coaching, mentoring, research—and materials to increase the … Continue reading
The following is from an email from Heather Chirtea of the Digital Wish Foundation. I want to invite everyone to look more closely within our own VT borders for 1:1 guidance. Collective Vision Here’s the Roadmap for the Digital Wish … Continue reading
Jacqui Murray teaches at St. Mary’s, a school in southern California. Her sites are rather busy for my taste, but have lots of interesting links to content targeted to teachers and students. She has a wordpress.com site titled Ask a … Continue reading
From a 2005 conference in Toronto, here’s a link to a PDF titled Practical Strategies for Improving Student Achievement in Literacy in Grades 3-6: Avoiding the Fourth Grade Slump – author Miriam P. Trehearne, Literacy Consultant.
The site Teaching Degree has a lot of information not directly related to getting an online degree. A page I just ran across is 100 Terrific Cheat Sheets for K-12 Teachers. They are grouped into 9 areas: Language Arts Humanities … Continue reading
The New Media Consortium has been producing its Horizon Reports since 2004. These are produced by a panel of experts who look at technologies that are due to be important in the next few years, and then discuss in detail … Continue reading