My Favorite Websites

A to Z Teacher Stuff
A Year of Reading
Elementary, My Dear, or Far From It
Figuring Out how the Pieces Fit
From This to That Early Learning
Gayle's Preschool Rainbow
Practical Theory–A View from the Schoolhouse
Speech Room News
The Cornerstone for Teachers
The Fischbowl
The Inspired Classroom
Thematic Teacher
Two Writing Teachers

Local Government Agencies  If you are looking for information about governmental agencies working in your area, check out this link from Sharon Reed.  She has found it to be a great time-saver:

STEM Education

Famous Women in Computer Science  Stevens Institute of Technology

Stem for Home:  Activities and Projects  Thanks to Kimberly Nash

Teaching Math and Computer Science to Children with Special Needs  Thanks to Alexandra Chappell for this!

Thanks to Stacy Maxton for the following STEM references.  I hope you'll find them useful!

​​10 Innovative Ways to Bring STEM to Schools

Curious George STEM

The Educator’s Guide to Real Estate Lesson Plans: Math & Science

Computer Programming Basics Lesson Plan: Tynker Games

The Educator’s Guide to Applying Real-World Math: 15 Resources with over 100 Lesson Plans

Architecture Activities to Help You Address NGSS Engineering Standards

Making Science Labs Accessible to Students with Disabilities

STEM Projects you can do at home  Thank you to Denise Goodwin for this link!


Elementary Education

Teaching Jobs--Teaching English in China
Apply the job for Teacher job, Jobs teaching English, Teaching jobs vacancies offer by Teaching Nomad.

Math  Wow!  LOTS of great math worksheets.  Take a look!

Find Tutors and Tutoring Jobs  They provide a completely free service for both students and tutors, where students we able to locate the nearest tutor to them who matches their requirements.

Educational Information and Research  You can find lots of interesting articles on educational research at Inform Ed.  Check it out!

Adult Education

Data Science Degrees is a guide listing over 500 colleges and universities where you can work toward a data science degree.  It lists over 980 programs including a Master's Degree in Data Science.

Best Colleges is a website dedicated to conducting data driven research about higher education in the United States.  Best Colleges has published an investigative review of the best online programs available in the US. Along with their findings, they have included valuable resources and guides for students such as financial aid and scholarship information that students can leverage to help finance their education.

Queensford College

Open Colleges Group

Open Colleges  We provide open access to education. Excellent student support and flexible entry requirements means that we welcome students from diverse backgrounds

Open Colleges Education Blog Find interesting information at this education Blog.

Open Colleges Blog  Find career advice here.

Online Test Taking Tips:  Gets the tips you need to pass tests and quizzes, and improve your grades.

Distance Learning Schools  is a resource for new college students to find in-depth
and unbiased information about the benefits of online education. The author, a college professor, spent a good amount of time researching everything a potential student needs to know ranging from types of classes, salary info, financial aid options, and much more.

High School Diploma  Online high school diploma programs can be an excellent solution for working students.

GED  At your own pace, you can obtain your GED through a customized program designed for you.

Thematic Teacher

Educational Materials for Literacy Through Art, Science, and Social Studies.