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Just as I was thinking Is it April already? It is is almost not April anymore. In fact, I feel horrible because April is National Poetry Month after all, and we have hardly taken notice of it. Here are a few websites that you might enjoy– that your students will surely appreciate, like the taste […]

It’s hard to believe sometimes that America’s Civil War was less than 200 years ago, and how far we have come since then. Perhaps one of the greatest aspects of this war was that it was well documented, perhaps one of the first wars to have so many forms of media available to capture it. […]

Give your foreign language students some extra ammunition. No, I don’t mean teach them obscure French curse words. I’m talking about powerful lessons and practice that can supplement the great stuff you’re already teaching in class. They can get it with LingQ. LingQ lets students sign up for free lessons in the language of their […]

Not indicative of its title, Worsely School in Canada has an impressive array of resources available to K – 12 Educators here. There are games, tools, and plans aplenty, so you might kill some time just exploring the site. There’s the usual suspects as far as content is concerned — math, science, English, and some […]

5000+ Resources to Do Just About Anything Online – If you have time to look through everything on this list, congratulations. Otherwise, check out Mashable‘s list of resources by their categories, which encompass everything from Podcasting to Life Tools. There’s really no reason to explore all 5000+ tools here, but with that many, you’re bound […]

Not to toot my own horn, but at a very young age, I was identified as AG (Academically Gifted). I spent my first few years in school in a separate class with other AG students, doing artsy things, solving puzzles and doing lots of creative writing. I think, for the most part, this was very […]

The New Deal Network is the one stop shop for all your New Deal needs, folks. Teaching a lesson in your U.S. History class about FDR and his grand plan to turn the Great Depression topsy-turvy? The New Deal Network has the photographs you need to spice up your lectures. Wait – don’t stop there, […]

The Online Education Database has hundreds of free online courses for your perusal– 200 to be exact. The database has compiled a list and description of these courses to help hopefuls such as yourself to be able to learn the things you didn’t know already. Who has the time to visit the learning annex every […]

6 Things to Remember When Cramming for Finals – Some of the advice here might seem pretty obvious, but study skills are usually not the type of thing anyone is close to perfecting any time soon– so any advice is good advice. Take a peek at this list of 6 things that might help you […]

As far fetched as some of the ancient Greeks’ ideas seemed, they sure did get a lot done when it came to technology and storytelling. Though it’s safe to say that the polytheist society of the Greeks has long since gone, there are still symbols and repetition of ideas in modern society. is a […]