S.T.E.P.'s for Winter
Infuse your curriculum units-in-progress with amazing online resources.
- Step 6. Continue refining your own online research capabilities by culling resources from distant libraries.
- Take the opportunity to contact expert scientists and mathematicians online.
- Step 7. Build your students' confidence in relying upon the sources on their reference desk.
- Help prepare them to submit publications to online 'zines.
- Step 8. Map these virtual links onto traditional school subjects:
Performing Arts: Theater
Step 9. Integrate contents from links in these entries into your curriculum:
- World Languages
- Student ESL/Foreign Language Sites
- Answers for Foreign Language and Bilingual and ESL Teachers
- ESL Resources
- History: Primary Sources (sampler)
- Library of Congress
- Art and Music Creation
- Art Education
- Performing Arts
- Bibliography & Fiction and Biography
- (Note: The whole domain of literature is underrepresented on the Web in contrast to other subject matters.)
- Integrated Studies
- Constructing Environments, e.g., Virtual Modeling
- Mathematics, e.g., New Visualization Tools, Problem Solving, Math Resource Sites (like The Math Forum at Drexel)
- Physics, e.g., Hands-On
- Biology, e.g., Inside Story, Genetics & Genomes
- Astronomy and Airplanes
Challenge your colleagues to a Webquest!
Check the Bulletin Board for projects unique to the Web!
This page was created to support Stanford University's Teacher Initiative: S.T.E.P. (Stanford Teacher Education Program).
The original page had links to other parts of this resource center.
Other Areas To Check Out...
• Assessment Overview
• Assessment of Hands-On Elementary Science Projects
• Compilations of Lesson Plans
• Creation of Virtual Museums
• Integrating Math and Science
• Integrating Math and the Arts
• Integrating Technology into Your School's Curriculum
• Science Teaching
• Simulation & Modeling Tools