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New Teachers Online: Resources: Internet Curriculum Resources

Internet Curriculum Resources

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African Art: Aesthetics and Meaning - Contains masks and sculptures of Africa, with descriptions of the artifacts.
Education at the Getty - contains a guide to building visual arts lessons, links to standards, a lesson plan search, and more for art educators.
Art Education Index - a great resource to art educators.
Mask Links - Images and information pertaining to masks; from Bejing to Mardi Gras!
WebMuseum: Famous Art works exhibition - This delightful site is arranged by themes and time periods as well as by artists of famous paintings. Contains text and paintings.

Business Education

Computer Science Online - "On this business education and computer science site you will find great Internet resources like handouts, notes, and links to over 200 student based web projects."

Drama and Theatre

Medieval Drama Links - A large collection of links about books, performances, news and disccusion groups, costumes, props, music and musical instruments, and more! If you want to learn about medieval drama, this is a great starting point.

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Educators' and Family Web Corner - TEACHER PAGES - The following categories contain articles and links to sites that may be of interest to early childhood educators and parents.


Critical Thinking Center- includes both college and K-12 resources.
History of Education - an international archive of links and source materials about the history of education & history of childhood.

English and Journalism

Creative Writing for Kids - The Mining Company's Creative Writing site offers a variety of activities, advice, and sites of interest to budding writers. The guide for this section divides her content to make it age appropriate for younger or older (up to 15) kids. Send in your work for editing suggestions, or for publication.
Guide to Writing a Basic Essay - This presents the basics of essay writing and an excellent links collection including writing sources, grammar and study aids, and bibliography resources.

Foreign Language and English as a Second Language

Dartmouth College Language Resource Center - General information on countries, regions, and cities. (Click on "other resources" once you reach the Dartmouth site.)
The National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education - (NCBE) is funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages Affairs to collect, analyze, and disseminate information relating to the effective education of linguistically and culturally diverse learners in the U.S.
News and Weather on the Web - Links to several collections of newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals, including foreign-language newspapers.
Virtual Tourist - A map-based interface, the Web's most extensive library of communities. Here you can find general information, tourist guides, and pictures for thousands of places.


    Canadian Government - This well-designed site provides thorough information about Canada and its institutions. It is available in English and French.
    Ministre de la Culture - Cultural information about France; a good site for sudents and teachers who wish to read in French. (Text available in English and French.)
    The Paris Pages - Contains everything one wishes to know about the City of Lights.
    Tennessee Bob's Famous French Links - Hundreds of links to everything about France.


Library/Media Centers

Awesome Library - The Awesome Library organizes your exploration of the World Wide Web. It contains 14,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education. Select who you are to see an Awesome Library that is designed for you.
Library of Congress - catalogs, collection and research services.


CHANCE- This data base contains materials designed to help teach a probability course. CHANCE is a new introductory course being developed cooperatively by several colleges and universities. It is based upon current chance events as reported in the daily newspapers. CHANCE is designed for undergraduates, but may be of interest in high schools, as well.
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse - a large list of math resources, but subscription is now required.
Graphics for a Calculus class - This is a collection of graphical demonstrations developed for first year calculus, but suitable and interesting for high school students as well. From Douglas Arnold.
The Math Forum - A virtual center for math education on the Internet; includes pages specifically for educators and K-12.

Middle School

MiddleWeb's The First Days of Middle School - site recommended by one of our visitors, John Norton.


M.U.S.I.C. - Musicians United for Songs in the Classroom, Inc.; includes database of songs, lyrics, and classroom activities along with student work samples.

Physical Education and Sports

SportsMedia - Includes P.E. lesson plans


Access Excellence - launched in 1993, is a national educational program that provides high school biology teachers access to their colleagues, scientists, and critical sources of new scientific information via the World Wide Web. The Access Excellence site includes News and Discussion relating to Biotechnology and Biology teaching, Activities, Collaborations and Science Education
Challenger Center - explore and discover a host of educational activities and programs while capturing the magic of space exploration.
Discovery Kids - adventures like building your own roller coaster, the Ultimate guide to ants, and lots more.
JASON Projects are set of projects sponsored by NASA and others with the purpose of getting children involved in and excited about scientific exploration.
Mr. Wizard Homepage - info on Teacher To Teacher with Mr. Wizard and the Mr. Wizard Science Video Library.
NASA Spacelink - An Aeronautics and Space Resource for Educators Since 1988
PageWorks - This site includes beautiful animated animals which the author allows people to use non-commercially.
Periodic Table of Elements
Project 2061 - A K-12 educational reform to improve science and technology literacy for all citizens.

Social Studies

Africa - African art, culture, cooking, and information about each country.
Any Day: Today-in-History - There are no end of calendars online that offer information about what happened on a certain day in history, but this has one of the simplest interfaces and most complete listings. Contains sections such as birthdays, deaths, missing in action, events, holidays, and religious events of the day. Great for trivia buffs and fact finders alike.
Human Rights Library - Contains a collection of over ninety of the most important international human rights treaties and other instruments, and links to other human rights sites. From the University of Minnesota.
Invention Dimension - Information on American inventors and inventions.
Inventure Place, The National Inventors Hall of Fame - If you are looking for information on inventors you are sure to find it at The National Inventors Hall of Fame site.
Latin American Network Information Center - Collection of economic, political, and tourism information about Latin American countries.
Native American Resources - A nice index of Native American resources on the web.
U. S. House of Representatives - educational resources
White House


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