Middle School Teaching Resources
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Adolescent Directory On-line (ADOL)
"...an electronic guide to information on adolescent issues. It is a service of the Center for Adolescent Studies at Indiana University. Educators, counselors, parents, researchers, health practitioners, and teens can use ADOL to find Web resources..."
Awesome Library - Middle-High School Math
Includes: Lesson Plans ; Lists ; Materials ; Papers ; Projects ; Standards ; Worksheets.
"...is a middle-school science program created by the American Museum of Natural History. It gets students out of the classroom and into the field to study biodiversity at a site near their school."
"The K-8 Site for Teachers."
"Elementary resources for teachers, students, and parents. Includes Reading/Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies Centers, Intervention, Professional Development, searchable activity database, educational games, and textbook support."
Education World - Curriculum: The Best of the Web
Resources for Middle School Educators
MEGA : Middle Educators Global Activities
Mission: "...With the inevitable immersion of technology into middle schools, MEGA's goals include using technology as a tool for shared decision-making, enhancing the curriculum through collaborative on-line projects, and the inclusion of all students. Middle Educators Global Activities is intended to pioneer activities in cyberspace and encourage global awareness of middle school educators."
MIDtech: Middle School Technologies Forum
"...dedicated to the infusion of technology into middle school Language Arts and Social Studies education."
North Carolina State University
NSTA Webwatchers' Science Guides
"Lists of pre-selected web sites to hep YOU teach key subjects."
Sections include: K-4 Science Guides ; 5-8 Science Guides ; 9-12 Science Guides.
- National Science Teachers Association
Visions In the Dust: A Child's Perspective of the Dust Bowl
"This unit helps students gain an understanding of Dust Bowl history through the eyes of a child. Using Karen Hesseís Newbery Award-winning Out of the Dust as an introduction to this aspect of the Great Depression, students have the opportunity to identify with the personal experiences of youth in the 1930s. In addition, students examine primary source materials of the period to correlate the fictional text with actual visual, auditory, and manuscript accounts as found in the American Memory collections.
American Memory, The Learning Page - Lessons, Library of Congress
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