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Lost my internet favorites
Old 07-11-2006, 07:38 AM
 
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Our computer's hard drive crashed, and I lost all of my internet favorites. I had tons of teacher sites that I used to get ideas, like The Virtual Vine, The Reading Lady, and Ms. Powell. I got most of them from our discussions here. Can you all help me get a new list of sites? I love the ones with real classroom pictures and practical ideas! Thanks!


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here's one!
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http://mspowell.com/

Hope that's the one you meant!

And here's one I saved from a thread on "favorites", so maybe this will help. It has several posts with links to favorite places.
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http://www.proteacher.net/discussion...ead.php?t=8522
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A solution for storing "favorites"
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Begin an account with ikeepbookmarks.com or backflip.com. These two sites are free. You can record your favorite sites at these locations and access them from any computer with internet. Verrrrry convenient.

I get so many good ideas for websites on Proteacher! When one intrigues me, I put it on my ikeepbookmarks page. I have a lot of bookmarks there. There might be a way to share my page with others. It would be neat to see what others bookmark.
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Lots of great sites
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I'm definitely going to check out the ikeepbookmarks page; sounds very resourceful.
Here are a few teacher sites that I frequent (many from proteacher).
www.redmond.k12.or.us/mccall/renz/ -- fabulous site!
www.mrsmitch.net -- 5th grade teacher
www.smithsroom.com -- great photos of her awesome room
www.mrswright.com -- 1st grade teacher
www.mandygregory.com

Other resource sites:
www.abcteach.com, www.suzyred.com, www.teachnet.com, www.teachnology.com, www.busyteacherscafe.com (also has lists of teachers' webpages), www.lessonplanspage.com, www.teachersdesk.org, www.pedagonet.com, htt://school.discovery.com/schrockguide.index.html, www.eduplace.com

Game sites:
www.funbrain.com, www.coolmath4kids.com, www.factmonster.com, www.pbskids.org, www.scholastic.com, www.howstuffworks.com, and www.teachersandfamilies.com
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Good Web Sites!
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I really like:

www.puzzlemaker.com
www.lessonplanet.com
www.edhelper.com
www.abcteach.com
www.lessonplans4teachers.com
www.education-world.com
www.ilovethatteachingidea.com

That is terrible about your computer. I know I would be lost if mine crashed. I find it helpful to save important documents on a flash drive. They are small, easy to use, and story a ton of information (like 50 disks worth). I save all my stuff on the flash and update it regularly. I carry it back and forth from home to school.

Once you gather all your teacher sites again, make a document (hot list) in word that lists them all. Word will automatically hyperlink the site. Save it on your flash!


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What is a hot list?
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Old 07-11-2006, 07:58 PM
 
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Here are a few I have book marked

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/Home.html
http://expage.com/just4teachers
http://www.theteacherscorner.net/
http://www.teachingheart.net/
http://www.theteacherscorner.net/
http://www.kidsdomain.com/holiday/
http://teachersmousepad.com/
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Old 07-12-2006, 06:44 AM
 
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Wow, thanks so much everyone! I saved all the sites, and now my list is longer than it was before. Can't wait to start browsing them all!
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A Hot List is a word document that you create a list of good websites. Mine is in a chart format with the name of the site, the URL, and a brief description of the site. I make sure that the URL address is hyperlinked (underlined and blue font) so I can click on it and go directly to the site.

I update my hot list often as I find new site. If I have a project or lesson plan I am developing, I look at the descriptions on the hot list to help me remember what is on each site. It helps me keep organized and it is a quick way to access the site (hyperlink).
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