Resources: Need an idea? Want lesson plans in a flash? Just click on resources. There you will find resource websites for all the core subject areas.
Tutorials: Have great software, but canít figure out how to use it? Have the newest and latest equipment, but not sure what to do with it? Click on tutorials. Here you will find tutorial websites that will teach you how to manipulate the latest software and technology.
PA Academic Standards: Not sure if you are covering the same material as public school? Click on PA State Standards. Here you can find what the public schools are required to teach in each subject area at every grade level.
Technology Standards: †Are your students technologically literate? Not sure? Click on Technology to find out the standards.
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Microsoft Office: †Microsoft Office applications such as Excel, Word and PowerPoint, provide you and your students the opportunity to process and report data. As teachers you can use these applications to create web based lesson plans as well as hand outs, worksheets, spreadsheets and so much more. To learn how to use these tools to their fullest extent, click on the application name.
Graphics Applications: According to technology standards, by graduation, students should be able to:
∑ Students use technology tools to enhance learning, increase productivity, and promote creativity.
∑ Students use productivity tools to collaborate in constructing technology-enhanced models, prepare publications, and produce other creative works.
Applications such as Inspiration, Kidspiration and Photoshop enable students to accomplish these tasks. If you would like to know more about these applications, how to use them and incorporate them into your lesson plans, click on the appropriate link.
Multimedia: Want your students to communicate what they learned to their friends and family? Would you like to make a class video? Applications such as HyperStudio and iMovie can help you accomplish these tasks. These technologies allow you and your students to creatively and effectively present various types of information to a wide range of audiences.
Web Page Development: †Are parents complaining about lack of communication? Do your students forget their homework assignments by the time they get home?† Would you like to show off your students work to parents, teachers and administration? If you answered yes to any of these questions, learning how to develop a web page could be a tremendous help. Web pages allow you to simply and easy post curriculum, homework assignments and some of your studentís best work on the internet for all to see. Front Page, Netscape and Claris can help you quickly and easily create your own web page. If you would like to know more about how to use these applications, click on the links.
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