If you are after other IT Education resources, check out Multimedia Development
and IT Education Teacher Developed Resources too...there are some great tutorials listed there.
E Pals Classroom Exchange | Filamentality | Ignite Online | Loretta's Training Resource Centre | Online Australia | Planet Learn | HotwiredNot to mention....
NC Wise Owl, from the Department of Public Instruction, collects curriculum-based features including subscription reference databases and interactive WebQuest projects (tornadoes, grade three; Poe, grade eight).
Learn North Carolina from the UNC-CH School of Education has lesson plans, links from Abacus to Zimmermann Telegram, education news and lively discussion forums.
NCwin, developed for the state by a private contractor, uses multimedia courseware modules to help teachers master software for spreadsheets, Web design, photo-editing and other skills (PC only, not Mac). Fee-based, with free sample "chapters."
NCSU's College of Education & Psychology features the Center for Learning Technologies, MidLink Magazine for middle-school, Global Book Club and tons of science and math from gee-whiz Science House to collaborative Science Junction.
DPI points to some of the best use of the Internet as a teaching tool, such as CyberLatin, CyberGerman and hey! why are those ants tracking your cursor?
More course materials at Southern Durham High School
Technology tips and links at Raleigh's West Millbrook Middle School
Creative Ideas for Computing Studies
A book from David Grover designed to assist Teachers with practical and creative ideas for teaching Computer and Information Technology Studies.
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