Professional Sites of Interest to Educators
Dr. H. Jurgen Combs

 

E-Groups - eGroups.com makes it easy for you to start your own e-mail group and manage all of your e-mail subscriptions using a simple Web interface.

Education Free Forum according to the authors, "Welcome to Education Free Forum, the on-line home of the best in education news and advice. Our content is 100% unduplicated and delivered fresh every weekday. And don't forget to look over some of the free offers that we've dug up for you. "

Educational On Ramp The STEEP Sectors: information on topics ranging from Social Technological, Economic, Environmental, Political and Other Useful Resources from the Net

 

Edutopia - The George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF) is a nonprofit operating foundation that documents and disseminates models of the most innovative practices in our nation's K-12 schools. We serve this mission through the creation of media -- from films, books, and newsletters, to CD-ROMS. Our Web site contains all of our multimedia content published since 1997.  Technology is readily available and enables students, teachers, and administrators to seek knowledge and expertise beyond the school building. "Edutopia" is a vision of powerful teaching and learning -- and the good news is that the vision is being realized today in our nation's best schools.

EDSITEment - The EDSITEment site includes online learning guides and a hotlist of links to top humanities sites.

Moodle Course Management Software - Moodle is a course management system (CMS) - a free, Open Source software package designed using sound pedagogical principles, to help educators create effective online learning communities. You can download and use it on any computer you have handy (including webhosts), yet it can scale from a single-teacher site to a 50,000-student University. This site itself is created using Moodle, so check out the Moodle Demonstration Courses or read the latest Moodle Buzz.

National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality - TQ Source is a resource made available by the National Comprehensive Center for Teacher Quality (NCCTQ). The TQ Source is a comprehensive national source on teaching quality, providing a multitude of resources and information for several different teaching quality topics. Currently, the TQ Source supplies information on the topics listed below. In addition to these links, you may access the topics using the links in the left column of this page.

SAT Test Preparation - The author writes, "Welcome to the SAT Preparation Site !It has been my goal to create a vocabulary oriented site that would help high school students prepare for the vocabulary section of the new SAT exam. The site is also useful for anyone that would like to improve their English vocabulary."  He also offers links to several of his sites dealing with vocabulary development.

 

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last updated on 25 July 2008
H. Jurgen Combs