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Favorite Websites for Educators: So Many Sites, So Little Time

The April 2006 issue of Edutopia magazine features a readers' survey. I just couldn't choose one favorite Web site for educators. I regularly visit more than forty sites, and I share them with my master's degree students. They find them helpful, and I hope you will as well! Yes, it's a smattering of odds and ends, and some with my personal notes:

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It is a great list of websites for educators. Thanks for sharing. I suggest you add the following website as a great resource for teachers that are seeking Continuing Education Units (CEU's) or graduate credits.


PBS TeacherLine is the premier resource offering professional development courses online to individual PreK-12 teachers and districts. Our specially trained, certified facilitators lead over 90 top-quality, standards-based courses that span the entire curriculum: Mathematics, Reading/Language Arts, Science, Instructional Technology, and Instructional Strategies. Coursework can cover a complete sequence of study or address a specific requirement, depending on a teacher's or district's needs.


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