Linking to learning

May 7, 2009

Teachnet Institute promotes technology

The venerable Teachers Network has been around for more than 28 years and focuses on professional development as the key to improving student achievement.

April 2, 2009

Some easy, fun ways to create quizzes

Check out these test-building Internet resources, some with streaming video and other multimedia bells and whistles that can come to the rescue of the time-strapped teacher.

March 5, 2009

The greatest show on Earth

Americans strongly support providing environmental education in schools and the National Environmental Education Foundation has taken up the challenge by building environmental education resource guides for teachers at www.classroomearth.org and www.eeweek.org.

February 5, 2009

Think Thinkfinity for lesson plans and more

Thinkfinity.org is a rich resource that requires time to fully explore, but this is one Website where teachers, parents and students can create learning, teaching and technology partnerships that can benefit everyone in the educational community.

December 11, 2008

What you should know about virus protection

If you use the Internet, receive and send e-mail, or share files over social networks, your computer is susceptible to contamination from malicious software that may delete files and documents, or capture passwords and other private information.

November 6, 2008

Helpful DOE Web site links

Until the advent of the Internet, educators — especially newer employees — had to rely on school secretaries, administrators and the New York Teacher to keep up with the latest information. Now most everything you need to know and do is online.

October 9, 2008

Online template resources can reduce your paperwork burden

Creating individual forms for every task can be tedious and require specialized software or knowledge. That’s why seamstresses, woodworkers, lawyers, accountants and teachers all use templates to help simplify routine tasks.

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