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Web Links

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This page is a place to put links to different websites that do not seem to go anywhere else, but are useful websites! Make sure and, when appropriate, site your source and, if at all possible, give a brief description of the website for people as a "preview". I welcome your input and adding information is as easy as clicking edit, adding your link, and clicking save. If you're unsure how to add a link on this page, please watch the video! And now for the feature presentation...

Periodic Table of Visualization Methods

created by Ralph Lengler & Martin J. Eppler (www.visual-literacy.org)

A chart, complete with pop-up information and graphic representation, of different visualization methods.


Learning Through Listening

The Learning Through Listening website has been developed jointly by RFB&D® and the Center for Applied Technology (CAST). The content has been developed by specialists in education research and policy, neuropsychology, clinical/school psychology, technology, engineering, curriculum development, K-12 professional development, and experts in assistive technology.


Highlights for High School

Highlights for High School features MIT OpenCourseWare materials that are most useful for high school students and teachers. It's Free!!


Classroom 2.0

This is a vibrant online community of educators implementing innovative Web tools in their learning spaces. I describe it as a "myspace" for teachers...a place to come together and share ideas. If you decide to join (free...btw), look me up (Jennifer McDaniel) and add me as a friend!


Google for Educators 

A must for any teacher trying to find free ways to incorporate technology and Internet into their classroom! "At Google, we support teachers in their efforts to empower students and expand the frontiers of human knowledge. That’s why we’ve assembled the information and tools you’ll find on this site."




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