|The Smithsonian Institution Home Page |
America's national educational facility with 19 museums, 9 research centers and over 140 affiliate museums around the world.1996 has been the 150th Anniversary of The Smithsonian Institution. At this website you can get an overview of the Smithsonian Museums, read the Encyclopedia Smithsonian FAQ, search for areas of special interest, and find how to plan a visit to the Smithsonian.
|Global SchoolNet Foundation |
Global SchoolNet Foundation brings to this web page 11 years of experience working with students in educational networking.
|The Black Collegian Online |
Home page for the companion site of THE BLACK COLLEGIAN Magazine, featuring free career development advice, industry profiles, job search and resume tools, fellowships, internships, graduate school information, and other opportunitiesThis is the electronic version of the 26-year-old national career opportunities magazine. This magazine offers career planning and job search information, commentary by leading African-American writers, lifestyle and entertainment features, and news of what\'s happening on college campuses today.
|Museum of the City of San Francisco |
Home page of the Museum of the City of San Francisco, with exhibits about the 1906 earthquake, California Gold Rush, internment of the Japanese during World War IIThis engaging site covers all aspects of the history and culture of the colorful city of San Francisco, illustrated with photographs and other artwork.
|Leonardo da Vinci - Scientist, Inventor, Artist |
This website, a collaborative effort between USWeb Utopia and the Museum of Science Boston, captures the genius of the Renaissance man, with text, illustrations, and interactive audio and video.
|The Center for Multilingual, Multicultural Research |
The University of Southern California\'s School of Education offers this excellent collection of annotated links on multilingual and multicultural education. This website is home to the nationally recognized Latino and Language Minority Teacher Projects.
| The Boomerang Box |
In Washington State, home of this website, one out of every four people works in international trade in some way. More and more jobs all around the country relate to international trade.
|Private Art: WWII Letters To And From Home |
This website shares a soldier\'s letters to and from the home front during World War II, during two and a half years in the United States Army in England, Normandy, and most of the European Theater.
|Get Educated! |
If you want to get an education while earning a living, or can\'t get to regular college classes, this website can offer a lot of help.
|The Office of Learning Technologies |
Main index page for Learning, Literacy, Skills Development and higher education at Universities, Colleges, and Trade (or Vocational) schools.This Canadian website embraces the use of technology in innovative learning opportunities.
|Arty the Part Time Astronaut |
This website gives a hint of some of the untapped possibilities of the World Wide Web for education and fun. Young astronomers can guide Arty and his alien friend Greg on an interactive adventure though the Solar System.
|Mrs. Glosser\'s Math Goodies |
Mrs. Glosser\'s Math Goodies is a free educational website with interactive math lessons.
| World Wide Learn |
Need to learn WordPerfect? Want to play better chess? Have a longing to speak Klingon?
|Learning Planet |
Here\\\'s a colorful and fun website with interactive learning games for preschoolers through sixth-graders.
|Essential Ethics Education |
This website provides educators with practical strategies for ethics education and conflict prevention. It includes a seven-year character education program titled Values in Action! for K-12 schools, a newsletter, and kids\' and parents\' pages.
|High School Hub |
The High School Hub is a gateway to academic resources for high school students. It features a Virtual Reference Desk and subject guides for English, mathematics, social studies, and science.
|Absolute Write For Writers |
Absolute Write is a resource for writers of all mediums, including screenwriting, freelance writing, novels, playwriting, specialty writing, and non-fiction.
|Electric SchoolHouse |
Electric SchoolHouse is a free service for schools that keeps parents, teachers and kids in touch with each other.
| Smithsonian Natural History Web: African Voices |
African Voices is an exhibit at the National Museum of Natural Historythat examines the diversity, dynamism, and global influence of Africa'speoples and cultures over time in the realms of family, work, community,and the natural environment.This beautiful site from the National Museum of Natural History explores the people, culture and dynamic history of the African continent, and the effect of African cultural traditions on the rest of the world.
|Beginning Teacher\'s Tool Box |
Designed by teachers for teachers, Beginning Teacher\'s Tool Box provides a place where student teachers, beginning teachers, and substitute teachers can find tools, inspiration, and advice.