This teacher website uses our "Crazy Colors" template.
District and school websites are ubiquitous, particularly in view of the reporting requirements on student achievement. For example, in California, a law was passed that dictates the type and quality of achievement data that must be reported and most districts report this via website. This is nice, but how are districts, schools, and teachers using websites for instructional purposes? In this post I will present two websites in some detail, but at the end of this post is a list of several websites that may be used as resources for your planning.
This teacher website uses our "Dark Matter" template.
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I hope these suggestions might inspire some new way to include technology in your classroom this year. For more great teaching websites, see the full article at .
Links to Catholic Social Teaching Websites
The site offers a variety of useful resources for teaching political science. Resources include teaching websites, Online Textbooks, Syllabi, Key Issues, Journals, Simulations and Games, Listservs, Articles on Teaching, etc.