Teaching Resources: A Web Guide for Educators
The Internet can help busy educators find valuable teaching resources for every aspect of teaching. Although there are many sites that claim to provide teaching resources, some are hard to find, some are quite expensive and some are just plain bad. This Teaching Resources Web Guide shows you where to find the best sites on the Web.
Looking for lesson plans, activities and printable worksheets for a particular subject? Visit our Education Web Guide to find specific guides for a wide range of subjects and grade levels.
Cyber-plagiarism has become a very serious and, unfortunately, somewhat common problem among students. Visit our Plagiarism Prevention Web Guide for resources to use with students on how to cite a source, and sites to help you detect plagiarism.
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Keeping up to date with education news and opinion is important to many educators. With an already busy schedule, the Internet can be a fast and cheap way to make sure you don't miss any important developments in the world of education.
- Try the online education section of a national newspaper, such as The New York Times' Education section. For education news specific to your area, try the online version of your local newspaper.
- Blogs can be a good place to look for education news and information because they often provide summaries of news as well as commentary about what's going on.
- To find even more education blogs, try using a blog search engine like Technorati.