on a Limb
This site on conflict resolution presents a scenario and offers choices in how to handle the situation. The story continues according to the choices made by the student/students.
The activities on this site are all narrated, so it is appropriate for all
|Submitted by Barbara
Here is what might be considered the ultimate geography site. It details a project to go to each location on the earth (excluding the middle of the oceans) where a line of latitude and longitude cross (a "confluence"), and photograph the site. Using GPS units, it is possible to come VERY close to the actual site of confluence.
The website usually includes a written description of the trek to the sight and what was discovered at the site. There are photographs of the site and the area surrounding most of them. There are world maps and country maps showing confluences which have been visited to this point. Sadly (for those who'd like to pursue the fun), most of the U.S. has been covered.
This site would be a great addition to a study of latitude and longitude or other geographical subjects.
|Submitted by Dick
This is a one-stop-shop site for using the Internet in the classroom. It discusses everything from netiquette, to referencing online resource, to PBL, to module development- plus much more.
|Submitted by Charlanne Pook,
Region 5 Service Center
This algebra resource has a collection of lessons,
links, homework guidelines, and a study skills survey.
|Submitted by Leanna
This site is full of math games, puzzles, stories,
cartoons, resources and links. There are lots of things for kids and
teachers to explore.
|Submitted by Kim