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Teacher Resource pages

Rubrics, Webquests, Graphics and much more!

Visit Web for Teachers to help integrate technology in your classroom. Click on Rubristar and select from dozens of rubric templates that may be customized to assess student learning. Other features include Casa Notes, enabling you to construct take home notes in English or Spanish.

Jeopardy games Visit this website to download jeopardy games, ready to use for your classroom. Games range from Kindergarten ABC's to high school geometry. There is also a blank template to make your own.

Tutorials Use this site to teach yourself or others how to use programs from Microsoft Office to Hyperstudio to web page design to digital cameras. Additional resource links are included to integrate the technology into your classroom lesson plans at various levels.

Marco Polo - Internet content for the classroom

Free graphics, clipart, sound

Discovery school page includes teacher lesson plan ideas, puzzle maker program, and many, many links to science, math, and learning activities. This site is part of the Discovery Channel.

A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented activity in which most or all of the information used by learners is drawn from the Web. WebQuests are designed to use learners' time well, to focus on using information rather than looking for it, and to support learners' thinking at the levels of analysis, synthesis and evaluation.

Nebraska Character Education resources.

*Note: External pages are not endorsed by the Wakefield Community School.

 

Teacher Resource pages

Date Subject Posted by:
09/25/2003 I have been taking classes through WSC that are all related to using the Internet and its resources in the classroom. If anyone is interested in finding out about more educational sites, just let me know. Pam Vander Veen vee@bloomnet.com Wakefield Community School Substitute Teacher

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