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Get lesson plans, curriculum standards and other professional development resources for educators.
Multimedia educational resources on Bill Nye, Climate Change, Into the Book, Into the Map, Ways, Wisconsin Biographies and more.
Collection includes 300 full-text, peer-reviewed journals, 200+ educational reports including Booklist, Education, Education Digest, Education Week, Educational Leadership, Journal of Education, Journal of Educational Research, Reading Teacher and School Library Journal.
A research database for teachers of more than 200 peer-reviewed journals. Covering subjects such as Assessment, Best Practices, Continuing Education, Instructional Media, School Administration and Teacher Education.
Search by your area of interest by theme units, help for research, etc.
Official site for this widely used technique for teaching information and technology skills.
Create certificates from scratch or use already created templates.
News in 10 minutes.
Guidelines and assistance for making your quizzes, worksheets, puzzles, lesson plans and finding acceptable clipart.
Worksheets and no prep teaching resources that aren't boring! The homework site for teachers.
A project of the National Endowment for the Humanities. A collection of links to lesson plans and sites in the humanities areas.
An independent news organization that has covered K-12 education since 1981.
A complete online resource that teachers, administrators and school staff can visit each day to find high-quality and in-depth original content.
From George Lucas Educational Foundation, a source that spotlights what works in education.
Where learners connect. The largest global community of connected classrooms! Safely connect, collaborate and learn using protected email and blog.
Search educational games, reading, videos, playgrounds and math zones.
Lesson plans and other resources from the Holocaust Education Foundation.
Resources on sites, books and journals for teaching technology.
Find anything to do with education and technology here from the guru of technology integration for schools.
Teaching and learning with New York Times.
The Creative Connections Project enables classrooms from around the world to interact online.
Find classroom resources and professional development on anti-bias issues; a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Designed to help students decipher the vast amount of source materials available online.
District LMC Directors
Abraham Lincoln, Northside & Parkside Elementary School:
Ms. Heather Newton 608-328-7415
Monroe Middle School and High School: Mrs. Ange Schmelzer 608-328-7416