Allison, Jane. Computers in Elementary Education.
Designed for the elementary school computer teacher. Provides Internet links to sites that can be used when creating classroom projects in all subjects at the elementary school level.
The Annenburg CPB Math and Science Project. Mathematics Learning Forums.
Provides online seminars to elementary and middle school teachers to help them refine their teaching practice and to encourage their interest in the math standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
Cool Sites for Kids.
For homework help, reference tools, or fun. Selected by the American Library Association.
Provides education practitioners with research and news; announces important ERIC developments, new products, and services; and presents recent research findings.
Franklin Institute Science Museum. http://www.fi.edu
From the Philadelphia-based science center. For families and the general public.
Internet Public Library. http://www.ipl.org
Links to sites and reference materials. Also lets viewers ask reference questions.
Katz, Lilian G. (Ed.). 1998. Early Childhood Research and Practice. http://ecrp.uiuc.edu
Peer-reviewed electronic journal covers topics related to growth, learning, development, care, and education of children through age 8. Includes articles, abstracts, and essays.
Kids Only: Internet Resources.
Problems and explanations, games, and challenges.
National Institute for Family Literacy. http://www.nifl.gov
NIFL provides an online discussion group for family literacy issues. To participate
in this discussion, send a message to
saying: subscribe NIFL-Family first_name last_name. Spell your first and last
names as you would like them to appear. Do not include any other text in the
National Museum of the American Indian. http://www.nmai.si.edu/
Provides educational information for all ages from the newest Smithsonian museum.
Yahoo! Kids. http://kids.yahoo.com/
A search engine designed specifically for children and young adults. Search subjects or topics such as homework help, countries, and science.
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