WatchKnow - Free educational Videos
To provide a world-class, online domain on which educators can store, categorize, and rate the best, K – 12 educational videos on the Internet today. And to make this service FREE so teachers, parents and students everywhere may have access to those videos.
Teachers, instructors and educators may suggest videos for inclusion into the directory, and then to review, approve, and assign those videos into appropriate categories using a wiki framework and philosophy. The videos are the highest quality found on the Internet, cover all major educational topics from elementary to secondary schools (or age range 1 – 18), and are Kid Safe because they are vetted by teachers.
Video in the classroom
Suggestions and resources on how integrate Video Production in the Classroom and students!
TSL Education Ltd
Find free videos from Teachers TV to view and for download. Teachers can view relevant videos on teaching and learning in early years, primary, secondary and whole school, as well as films to help with continued professional development.
School world.Tv: multimedia education platform
SchoolsWorld is a multimedia platform, providing innovative and informative content for everyone involved with or wanting to be involved in schools. Besides all the content from Teachers TV, there is something for everyone: videos, interactive games, work sheets, fact sheets, information and latest education news. There's also opportunity to get involved in great competitions and daily polls.
4teachers : integrating technology into a classroom
4Teachers.org works to help integrate technology into a classroom by offering online tools and resources. This site helps teachers locate online resources such as ready-to-use Web lessons, quizzes, rubrics and classroom calendars. There are also tools for student use.
Assessing Technology Planning
Assessing Web Resources
Assessing Technology's Impact
Evaluators & Reports
A Kid’s Guide to Forest Fires
Forest fires have the power to cause a lot of destruction because they spread very fast and reach extremely high temperatures. Depending on the size of a forest fire, it may take several days and multiple teams of firefighters to put one out. Firefighters sometimes go up in helicopters to dump specific types of chemicals on a forest fire to put it out. They may also dig a long ditch at the edge of a fire to keep the flames from spreading throughout a forest. Most kids know that a forest fire can be caused by a campfire that gets out of control, a lit match that is thrown into the brush, or even a burning cigarette that is carelessly tossed into the woods, but, did you know that a forest fire can be caused by a natural element such as lightening? The following websites will help you to learn more about the causes of forest fires, how they can be prevented and how some fires can benefit a forest ecosystem.
Planets for kids
I’m Stephen and I was 9 years old I setup this website with my Dad so I could learn more about space and share with others.
ZoomSci: Science and Engineering Projects for Kids
News and technology for Kids.
PBS Parents is a trusted resource that’s filled with information on child development and early learning. It also serves as a parent's window to the world of PBS KIDS, offering access to educational games and activities inspired by PBS KIDS programs.
Every new technology is an opportunity for learning
About the Lab
Kids.gov: video and resources for education
Kids.gov is organized into three audiences: Grades K-5, Grades 6-8, and Educators. Each audience tab is divided into educational subjects like Arts, Math, and History. Within each subject, the websites are grouped as either government sites (Federal, state, military) or other resources (commercial, non-profit, educational). The sites listed under the other resources category are maintained by other public and private organizations. When users click on these links, they are leaving Kids.gov and are subject to the privacy and security policies of the owners/sponsors of the outside websites.
EducatorLabs is comprised of school librarians and media specialists who volunteer as curators and conservators of the scholastic web.
A small team of retired educators and librarians who volunteer to fill resource requests (see: http://educatorlabs.org/request-a-resource/ ) that come from educators every day on a variety of topics. Each time a resource toolkit to be used in the classroom is put together.