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Online Resources for Teachers
These links have been compiled to help AHS teachers in the planning, implementation, and evaluation
of lessons and assignments. Ms. Zellner will update this list regularly and would LOVE to hear your
suggestions/needs for additions to this list. Please tell her at school or email her.

42Explore - pathfinders for all subjects

Beyond General Web Searching - How to use the "invisible" Web and make the most of Web searches

Big6 - a process model for research supported by the WKCPSS

Commonwealth of Knowledge - K-12 Lesson Plans from the State of Virginia

Copyright Bay - to help you and your students understand intellectual property

CREDE - Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence

Edsitement - from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Educators for Social Responsibility - "Creating schools where young people want to be and teachers want to teach."

International Reading Association - Understanding reading

International Society for Technology in Education - Standards, lesson plans, etc

MarcoPolo - "Quality Internet Content for Your Classroom" MSDE's site for analyzing assessment data and informing instruction

Media Awareness Network - resources and support for teachers and parents

National Archives Education Page - Need primary sources? Start here.

Noodletools - online citation generation for teachers and students

Read, Write, Think - literacy, literature, and technology

Rubistar - Create rubrics here

Teacher Rubric Makers - or here

Teaching Tolerance - a web project of the Southern Poverty Law Center

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Voluntary State Curricula - Curricula for all subjects created by MSDE

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Last Updated: 8 April 2006
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