Useful places to visit


Webby Award
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Wikipedia for schools, this 2008/9 Wikipedia is a free, hand-checked, non-commercial selection from Wikipedia, targeted around the UK National Curriculum and useful for much of the English speaking world.

Let’s play: Think about history!

How stuff works is a great place to find videos for classroom use.

CNN audio and video podcasts. Here you will find both news, talkshows and also special student news.

The Guardian.co.uk is a good place to find audio podcasts. Other good place to find videos, TimesonlineNPR music -find podcasts here! Listen to interview with Dolly Parton!

PBS has lots of interesting stories to show students! How about this one on health insurance!

the Webby Award nominee list can be a good place to find websites appropriate for classroom use.

If you love twitter why not visit celebrity tweet! I found these places an the Webby Award list. Worth looking at!

Nominees Agency/Credited Organization
Edutopia.org Edutopia.org
http://www.edutopia.org
The George Lucas Educational F
Evidence: How Do We Know What We Know? Evidence: How Do We Know What We Know?
http://www.exploratorium.edu/evid…
Exploratorium
Smarthistory Smarthistory
http://smarthistory.org
Smarthistory
The Times Spelling Bee The Times Spelling Bee
http://www.timesspellingbee.co.uk
I D Media
The Visual Dictionary Online The Visual Dictionary Online
http://www.visualdictionaryonline…
QA International
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