|An Educational Music Web Site
This educational music web site gives links to music sites that can
be used by teachers to integrate musical instruments and the human voice
into their classroom lessons. It gives links to music scores that can be
printed out, as well as sites for musical instruments and their use.
|Crayola Art Education
This site allows you to view all of the products from Crayola. You can
click on an icon that
|Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
This is an excellent web site. You can find information
about the holocaust from several sources (ie. books, articles, museums,
plays, etc.). Information is provided on educational software, websites,
and professional development. This is a very thorough site in that
it also provides an informative timeline with relevant links to each event/date,
describes the people involved (victims, rescuers, resisters, etc.), and
lists terms (and definitions) associated with the Holocaust. GO SEE
|The Digital Classroom
This site provides activities and lesson plans that correspond to national
history standards. The links that are most interesting are those
that show students how to create their personal school archive. It
shows students what background information they need, as well as step-by-step
instructions for completing the task.
|The History Channel
This site works in conjunction with the television station, The History
Channel. This site provides access to current event issues, a traveler
section, Great Speeches of the past, Fun and Games, and This Day in History.
This Day in History is a prompt which users can click on to read about
events which occurred that day in history. This site has added a
section to it allowing users to read The Starr Report and learn more about
impeachment and past presidents. Helpful to Teachers:
This site could be useful teachers on a daily basis, most likely in the
middle school grades and above. If the students had a daily history
lesson, this site could be used during it. The students have access
to current events as well as past events. Teachers could really utilize
this site in their classroom to allow students to become more computer
literate, while learning and having fun.
|Site maintined by Paulette
Robinson, EDCI Lecturer.
Last updated 12/06/98