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Education: Websites

Education Websites

Early Childhood Education

   Early Childhod Today sponsored by Scholastic.

   Early Childhood Education from the U.S. Department of Education.

Literacy

   Online Language Arts Curriculum is a site of student-paced phonics, grammar, and reading/writing activities.

   Reading Rockets teaching kids to read and helping those who struggle.

Assessment

   4 Teachers - Assessment

General

   Education World includes lesson plans, technology integration, articles, and news.

Special Education

   Serge special education resources for general educators.

TED Talks

    Ann Cooper talks school lunches

    Mae Jemison on teaching arts and sciences together

    Ann Marie Thomas: Hands-on science with squishy circuits

    Anne Murphy Paul: What we learn before we're born

    Alison Gopnick: What do babies think?    

   Raj Dhingra: Can Technology Change Education? Yes!

Technology in Education

Statistics in Education

Statistics can be a valuable information resource. Here are some top-notch sources for statistics:

Evaluating Web Sites

Asking these questions will help you to determine whether the resources you find are credible and reliable.

  1. Who created the page? Does the person or organization have the appropriate credentials?

  2. Why was this site created? What is the purpose of the site?  For example, is it sponsored by a company that has a financial interest in the topic?

  3. When was the page created and/or last updated? How current is the information?

  4. Does the author cite trustworthy sources? How does the author support their argument?

Learn more about evaluating websites or check our handy tipsheet:.Evaluating web sites