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DiscoverySchool.com
Parents Guide: DiscoverySchool.com is rich with features that are helpful for parents, as well as students and teachers. From product reviews and educational advice to study tools and home schooling resources, click on the link above to learn more.

PBS Resources for Parents
Helps parents use PBS resources to enhance learning in the home. Parents can find fun games and activity ideas to do together with young children. Also information and advice on a variety of issues, including media awareness, language & communication, behavior & development, education and much more!

U.S. Department of Education
Resources for parents and families on a variety of topics relating to education; including how to encourage reading, how to find the right school for their child, and how to help teenagers plan (and pay) for a college education. Also, link and resources for children with disabilities.

To Do Or Not To Do: The Question of Tutoring

ParentsKnow.com
ParentsKnow.com features cutting edge search capabilities to seek New York City family-related businesses and services, or any story in the 15-year archive of Big Apple Parent, Queens Parent, and Westchester Parent magazines.

 

 

Resources for Teachers

Connecticut Education Association
We are the CEA. We teach in Kindergarten classrooms and high school physics labs. We counsel adolescents and help carve out our career aspirations. We direct school plays and coach soccer. We are 35,500 members of the Connecticut Education Association.

Connecticut State Department of Education

Scholastic
The complete Teachers Resource Center! Great ideas and complete lesson plans for grades K-8, in many subject areas. Also links to professional resources for teaching reading, and incorporating technology in education.

DiscoverySchool.com
Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators is a categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth. It is updated often to include the best sites for teaching and learning.

allmath.com

allwords.com

Puzzlemaker
A puzzle generation tool for teachers, students and parents. Create and print customized word search, crossword and math puzzles using your word lists.

Environmental Protection Agency: Resources for Teachers
Would you like to teach about the environment, but feel that you don't have the technical background? You've arrived at the right place! The EPA has put together a collection of fact sheets, brochures, and web pages that you can use to explain environmental issues. These resources offer basic and clear information to assist you in teaching your students about the environment.

TeacherSource at PBS
PBS content is easy to use in the classroom since producers work with practicing teachers to create standards-based curriculum materials. On this site you will find education's best resources by curricular subject, topic and grade level and standard; details on PBS station outreach activities in your community; tips on how to effectively teach with technology; interdisciplinary teaching suggestions; and information about PBS television programs with extended taping rights for educators; and much more!

The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)
The largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted. CEC advocates for appropriate governmental policies, sets professional standards, provides continual professional development, advocates for newly and historically underserved individuals with exceptionalities, and helps professionals obtain conditions and resources necessary for effective professional practice.

 

 

Resources for Kids

Scholastic News for Kids
America’s Leading News Source for Kids. This site contains age appropriate news stories for kids about current national and world events. Links to news articles on sports, TV and music are also there!

DiscoverySchool.com
Tools to help students study, games to challenge their minds, and tons of great clip art to use. In addition, there are nearly a dozen learning adventures that let children explore everything from Ancient Egypt to the Space Station!

PBS for Kids - Did You Know?
The PBS Kids site is funded in part by a Ready To Learn cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Education. Links to the Democracy Project, Africa Kids, Jazz Kids and more!

The Environmental Explorers Club
Here kids discover ways that they can make the earth a cleaner place to live. Ideas for art and science projects, and lots of fun and interactive games all teach children how to protect the environment.

EPA Student Center!
Students in middle and high school can explore a wide range of environmental issues. Need help with your homework? Need an idea for an environmental club project? You've come to the right place! Learn about your environment and how you can help protect it for the future.

allmath.com

DoYourMath.com
Here you can find everything about MATH from interactive Pre-SAT, SAT, AP and Calculus math tests to amazing math puzzles. Also, www.doyourmath.com links you to the greatest unsolved problems of 21st century MATH with the reward of up to $12million for solving any of them!

Grammer Slammer at EnglishPlus.com
hGrammar Slammer is a Windows help file that answers every single grammar dispute and question you might ever come up across. Constantly available at your fingertips, GS will let you know the difference between a noun and a gerund, how far a sentence has to run on before it's a run on, and even when a fragment makes sense... you really should try this out.

 

 

Resources on Children and Adults with Disabilites

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
This site, authored by Dr. Simon Epstein, contains information about Attention Deficit Disorder -- a condition that affects five to eight per cent of children and up to six per cent of adults. Key to the successful treatment of ADD is patient and family understanding of the condition, and how it can affect day-to-day living. Past and present newsletters, as well as a "Monthly NewsNote" provide families with up-to-date essential information.

CACLD
The Connecticut Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities is a regional, non-profit organization that supports individuals, families, and professionals by providing information, education, and consultation while promoting public awareness and understanding. CACLD's goal is to ensure access to the resources needed to help children and adults with learning disabilities and attention disorders achieve their full potential.

The Council for Exceptional Children (CEC)
The largest international professional organization dedicated to improving educational outcomes for individuals with exceptionalities, students with disabilities, and/or the gifted. CEC advocates for appropriate governmental policies, sets professional standards, provides continual professional development, advocates for newly and historically underserved individuals with exceptionalities, and helps professionals obtain conditions and resources necessary for effective professional practice.

 

 

Supplementary Educational Programs

Ocean Term is a land based, 16-week semester long science education program currently being developed by Kieve Affective Education, a non-profit educational corporation in Nobleboro, Maine. The doors of Ocean Term will open in September of 2004, and applications are being accepted now for both semesters.

 

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