This Guided Tour of the Zone will introduce you to the wide variety of information and resources available at this site which includes educational links, support groups, a weekly newsletter, and special sections for challenged and gifted children.
Earn college credits by passing standardized exams. Study on your own! Save time and money. These credits are accepted by hundreds of regionally accredited colleges and universities throughout the US. Includes links to accredited non-traditional programs and distance learning links.
ThinkQuest is an international academic competition; students work in teams to produce online teaching and learning tools for use by teachers and students around the world. ThinkQuest Junior is for students in grades 4-6; ThinkQuest is for students aged 12 to 19. Find out about these programs and explore the resources available onsite -- past projects are arranged by category in an easy-to-use archive: Explore. Homeschoolers are welcome.
Suggestions of ways to make Internet exploration more meaningful to students, including the relevant types of thinking and learning skills, such as Information Problem-Solving, needed for the successful exploration of cyberspace. Includes specific references.
Committed to the educational value of quality affordable children's literature, Peduncle Press tailors their books and teaching materials to teachers, home school parents, and other educators, and publishes them in both conventional paper-and-ink and downloadable, Internet-accessible (eBook) forms; many titles are also available in Spanish.
Each section features all new weekly worksheets, provided free for teachers and parent-teachers to copy for their kids. Especially suitable for upper elementary and middle school skill levels, as well as enrichment and remediation.
Check out this excellent, self-paced, interactive math tutoring program for K-8. Investigate the curriculum and view the samples; you and your child can try out the first five lessons at no cost when you sign up. Intended to supplement, and work in conjuction with, direct parent involvement.
.... provides information about his teaching materials and games as well as other resources to enhance creativity and lateral thinking ability. If you are familiar with de Bono's work, you'll find all those wonderful resources described here -- you might even find something NEW!!!! There are also pre-seminar materials at the deBono Institute (finding your way around the site is an interesting lateral thinking puzzle in itself!!).