The Center for Applied Research in Educational Technology bridges
education technology research to practice by offering research-based
answers to critical questions.'\
Education with New
Computers, the Internet, and other tools offer the promise of significant
improvements in teaching and learning, but fulfilling that promise can be
difficult. Through this ENT Web site, teachers will have access to
thoughtful colleagues, interactive tools, detailed examples of technology
enhanced education, and a valuable collection of resources.
The Technology Integration section of this Web site for the George
Lucas Educational Foundation provides articles on how schools
successfully integrate technology into the curriculum.
eMINTS - enhancing Missouri's Instructional Networked Teaching
Strategies - transforms elementary classrooms into places for
learning where teachers and students use multimedia tools to better
understand the world, work together and achieve at new and higher
levels. The goal of the eMINTS Program is to support Missouri
educators as they integrate multimedia technology into
inquiry-based, student-centered, interdisciplinary, collaborative
teaching practices that result in improved student performance,
increased parent involvement and enriched instructional
This comprehensive site, which seeks to help teachers use the
Internet effectively, includes links for K-12 teachers. a daily dose
of the web, on-line practice modules, education news, and grant
information. The site is maintained by two educational
technology specialists from Memphis, Tennessee.
The National Educational Technology Standards Project develops
national standards for educational uses of technology that
facilitate school improvement in the United States. The NETS Project
will work to define standards for students, integrating curriculum
technology, technology support, and standards for student assessment
and evaluation of technology use
Profiler helps groups of individuals improve their skills
around a general topic by inspiring cooperation and collaboration
among teachers and students within a school. It is an online
collaborative tool for preparing and taking surveys. Try the
Basic Technology Survey provided to learn how the site operates.
The Teachers Guide to Integrating Technology in the Classroom
supports the integration of meaningful technology innovations in
schools by providing tools that assist school administrators and
teachers use technology more effectively.
Technology in Education
This article by Virginia Seale of the Appalachian Educational
Laboratory lists 170 ideas and resources for teachers who want to
integrate technology into planning and curriculum.
The St. Clair County (Illinois) Regional Office of Education's
Technology Proficiency Project is an effort by teachers for teachers
to define technology proficiency, or more specifically, the key
elements of basic computer efficiency necessary to function
effectively in today's classrooms.
WWW 4 Teachers
The HPR*TEC (High Plains Regional Technology in Education
Consortium) mission is to help teachers and other educators create,
share, or find solutions to problems they encounter when integrating
technology into education. Use this free site to network with other
teachers, learners, and planners through a unique system supporting
collaboration and resource sharing.