• TEACHER RESOURCES 
     
     
    - Teacher-designed site including lesson plans, teacher tips, articles, printables, thematic units, topic searches by grade level, discussion forums, and eBooks.
     
    Awesome Library- Awesome Library organizes the Web with 25,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.

    Community Learning Network- A site designed to help K-12 teachers integrate technology into the classroom. Here you’ll find over 5,800 annotated links to educational sites with free resources, all organized by theme pages and keyword search.

    Discovery School – For parents, teachers, students, includes fresh ideas to enhance learning.

    http://edhelper.com/ - Math, reading comprehension, Themes, Lesson Plans, and Printable Worksheets.

    Education World–Lesson plans, professional development, technology integration, school issues, etc. 

    Edsitement: National Endowment for the Humanities -High quality materials and online lesson plans integrating resources in literature and language arts, foreign language, art and culture, and history and social studies. A partnership among the National Endowment for the Humanities, Verizon Foundation, and the National Trust for the Humanities.


    Internet Public Library (IPL)
    – Reference links to a wide variety of topics. 


    Multnomah County Public Library-Homework Center– Great links to resources listed by curriculum topics. 

     
    Owl & Mouse Free Educational Software - Free software for learning including online US and world maps for use in  classrooms, how to build a medieval castle, and links to free educational software.

    Picturing America: National Endowment for the Humanities-Websites and lesson plans on art & culture, literature & language arts, foreign language, and history & social studies related to “Picturing America:  America’s History through Our Nations’ Art."
     
    Surfing the Net with Kids– Barbara J. Feldman, a syndicated newspaper columnist, designed this web site for parents, kids, teens, grandparents, teachers, librarians and the incurably curious.