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teA+chtools: Empowering Teachers With Technology

  • Aesop - Substitute Scheduling System
  • Edline - Student grades
  • Outlook - Teacher e-mail log-in
  • Mastery in Motion - Educational Assessment Software
  • OAKS - Online Testing
  • OEBB - Oregon Education Benefits Board
  • OPERS - Oregon Public Employee Retirement System
  • WebMax - ESD Media Booking

 

 Library Catalog

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Teacher Pages

Make A Teacher Web Site:

Free:

  • Assign-A-Day - Enhances teacher and student communication through an on-line teacher-managed calendar. Teachers create a calendar for each of their classes and add assignments for the students to view. Students view their teachers’ calendars in order to see assignments for classes they might have missed, or to get an overview of the class. Filamentality - Filamentality is a fill-in-the-blank interactive Web site that guides you through picking a topic, searching the Web, gathering good Internet sites, and turning Web resources into learning activities. It helps combine the "filaments" of the Web with a learner's "mentality." Support is built-in through Mentality Tips that guide you along the way to creating a Web-based activity you can share with others, even if you don't know anything about HTML, Web servers, or all that www-dot stuff. Freewebs - professional or personal, simple, free, no coding required. photos, videos, web stores, domains and more Google Page Creator - Lets you create web pages right in your browser and publish them to the web with one click. There's no software to download and no web designer to hire. The pages you create are hosted on Google servers and are available at http://yourgmailusername.googlepages.com for the world to see. SchoolNotes - Service for communicating school information to your education community. SchoolNotes.com complements school Web sites by allowing teachers to post school information on the Web without worrying about HTML or FTP.
    Webs - All the tools you need to create a professional-looking website in just minutes. Add a blog, forum, calendar, photo gallery, video gallery and much more.
  • Weebly - Add content, choose a design, customize your content, and easily mangage your pages.

Fee:

  • MySchoolOnline - Class Web site to provide parents and students with constant access to assignments, calendars, class policies, grades, and other important information. MyTeacherPage - Allows an individual teacher to have the custom Web page, which includes teacher picture, schedule, assignments, documents, popular links, and calendars. Quia - A collection of shared online activities and quizzes in more than 150 categories, templates for creating 16 different types of online activities, including flashcards, matching, concentration (memory), word search, battleship, challenge board, columns, cloze exercises, hangman, jumbled words, ordered list, patterns, picture perfect, pop-ups, rags to riches (a quiz-show style trivia game), and scavenger hunt, tools for creating online quizzes with up to eight question types, quiz administration and reporting tools, class Web pages, online roster and gradebook, calendars and schedules, and online surveys.
  • TeacherWeb - Personal Web site that's as easy to update as your classroom bulletin board. Simply type in new homework assignments and special announcements. Also, you can make links to curricular-related Web sites.

Curricular Resources:

  • 4teachers.org - Online space for teachers integrating technology into the classroom. Cable in the Clasroom - A vast array of programming, including current events, documentaries, dramatic presentations and performing arts. Curriculum-related programs for math, English, science, social studies, biology, foreign languages and health provide lively tools that help teachers address curriculum goals. Cue Flash - A virtual flash card web program that you can access from anywhere. Discovery School - Innovative teaching materials for teachers, useful and enjoyable resources for students, and smart advice for parents about how to help their kids enjoy learning and excel in school.
  • Inspiration - Students develop essential learning strategies as they create graphic organizers to visually represent concepts and relationships.
  • Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - A subject guide for teachers to enhance curriculum.
  • PBS Teachers - Front door for all educational resources and services that PBS offers, including thousands of free lesson plans, teacher professional development opportunities, videos, blogs, and more. It also provides information about effective ways to use media and technology in school or home-based learning environments.
  • Teacher Tube - An online community for sharing instructional videos. It is a site to provide anytime, anywhere professional development with teachers teaching teachers. As well, it is a site where teachers can post videos designed for students to view in order to learn a concept or skill.