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teacher web site

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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Fri, 1 May 2099 22:45:49 -0400


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This is another web site from my professor that I thought you might =
appreciate. Linda in Iowa

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http://www.4teachers.org/home/index.shtml
www4teachers
Grade Level: Professional=20

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CONTENT: At www4teachers you can find out more about how other teachers =
are
using technology in their classrooms, get advice from technology =
experts,
research technology based lesson plans, and more.

A
AESTHETICS: Interesting layout, few graphics.

A
ORGANIZATION: Use the main menu to navigate the site. Links back to
previous pages appear at the top of each page.=20

A
REVIEW: Here's a great site developed by South Central Regional =
Technology
in Education Consortium to help teachers stay in touch with new =
technology
uses in the classroom. Be sure to check out Teacher Testimony, a section
devoted to teachers' personal stories such as "Farms Around the World: =
Emu
Week and the Emu Country Hoedown," about an elementary teacher's
experiences with a farming unit. For advice from educational technology
experts, check out KeyNotes for articles and Tech-Along for information =
and
tutorials on specific technology applications. In the Kidspeak section =
you
can find out what kids have to say about the ed tech programs they're
involved in. Lesson plans can be found in Premier Tracks. Be sure to =
check
out the archive of lesson plans too! The last section, Class =
Collectibles,
features quality Web sites designed by teachers for teachers. A great =
site
for teachers of all grade levels!

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This is another web site from my = professor that=20 I thought you might appreciate.  Linda in Iowa
 
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http://www.4teachers.o= rg/home/index.shtml
www4teachers
Grade=20 Level: Professional

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CONTENT: At www4teachers you can find = out more=20 about how other teachers are
using technology in their classrooms, = get advice=20 from technology experts,
research technology based lesson plans, and=20 more.

A
AESTHETICS: Interesting layout, few=20 graphics.

A
ORGANIZATION: Use the main menu to navigate the = site.=20 Links back to
previous pages appear at the top of each page.=20

A
REVIEW: Here's a great site developed by South Central = Regional=20 Technology
in Education Consortium to help teachers stay in touch = with new=20 technology
uses in the classroom. Be sure to check out Teacher = Testimony, a=20 section
devoted to teachers' personal stories such as "Farms = Around the=20 World: Emu
Week and the Emu Country Hoedown," about an = elementary=20 teacher's
experiences with a farming unit. For advice from = educational=20 technology
experts, check out KeyNotes for articles and Tech-Along = for=20 information and
tutorials on specific technology applications. In the = Kidspeak section you
can find out what kids have to say about the ed = tech=20 programs they're
involved in. Lesson plans can be found in Premier = Tracks. Be=20 sure to check
out the archive of lesson plans too! The last section, = Class=20 Collectibles,
features quality Web sites designed by teachers for = teachers. A=20 great site
for teachers of all grade = levels!
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