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Must-see websites?

Kathy Baron Edutopia reporter and editor, mother of two.

Hi all. I'm compiling a list of the education sites that you go to every day when you log on -- the go-to place for lesson plans, curriculum ideas, a quick grabs for those national holidays that catch us all off guard, or the 100th anniversary of such and such. Thanks for your help.

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TED talks

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www.ted.com excellent for learners of all ages

Facebook group

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Check out Imagicate via Facebook, we are doing our best
to post relevant tools for teachers

websites

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super teacher worksheets
unitedstreaming.com
busy teacher cafe

GlobalTechSchool.com

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I created this Web site to bookmark my favorite interactive educational Web sites that I use and recommend to my students and parents. Check it out.

Teacher in Orange County, NY

networking

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Diigo is a social bookmarking site and another great way to share web resources. You can sort them so they are easy to find when you need them too. I love it, I am closing in on 1000 websites on there.

Teacher in Orange County, NY

There are so many websites

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There are so many websites out there. Try using diigo.com to organize your sites. I love it and it is a great way to network with others.

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please do...thank you

Journalism, English language arts, theater arts, reading and yearbook

Everyone who contributed a

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Everyone who contributed a thread to this thread--thank you. There's a lot of useful information here. If you get a chance check out these sites:
kathyschrock.net
Outta Ray's Head Writing Lessons http://home.cogeco.ca/~rayser3/writing.htm
http://www.discoveryeducation.com/

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