Best of the Web for Education

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Posted by mrsabato on July 2, 2009 at 6:05 PM

Welcome to my Best of the Web for Education Site.  I have developed this site from my own search and discoveries and from contributions from people across the planet.


Please feel free to offer your suggestions for additions.  I also appreciate it when people notify me that a link is dead or has move to a new location.

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6 Comments

Reply Levi Moe
2:33 PM on April 29, 2011 
Good math educational tool.

http://www.rocketmath.net/
Reply Levi Moe
2:38 PM on April 29, 2011 
Levi Moe says...
Good math educational tool.

http://www.rocketmath.net/


And before I forget, StartWrite is a great handwriting practice software for kids. http://www.startwrite.com/
Reply Alistair
12:16 PM on May 7, 2011 
Hi there,

Just thought people might like to know about the site we now use for our main elearning platform, We started using it in January this year and it has made such a great impact on our school that we thought we'd let others know about it - hence my posting here on your Palm Beach County site.

MOOPLE.NET is a great new site that allows schools to set up a free to use online space where students, staff and parents can access a variety of online tools, technologies and resources focused on improving learning outcomes.

It's so easy to use that the majority of staff in my school have started using it with only a few training sessions and because it has single sign on to great tools such as Google Apps, [email protected], MOODLE, Mindmeister, etc. we can also use these tools when we are ready.

We also like the fact that it comes with hundreds of education focused apps and widgets already in the platform which means we can start using it right away rather than having to build up gradually.

It's really kick started elearning in our school - great site!
Reply Paul Kelsey
10:56 AM on July 7, 2011 
Launch Pad: Where Young Authors and Illustrators Take Off! publishes poetry, stories, nonfiction, and book reviews, written and illustrated by kids ages 6-14. http://www.launchpadmag.com
Reply Heidi Henry
8:33 PM on March 17, 2017 
Reading skills and Reading and English are both dead links.
Heidi Henry
Reply Scott
12:56 AM on July 8, 2017 
I would like to suggest you add www.easyteaching.net on your website. It's got hundreds of free maths resources for primary school students.