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One side can be wrong

It sounds so reasonable, doesn’t it? Such a modest proposal. Why not teach “both sides” and let the children decide for themselves? As President Bush said, “You’re asking me whether…

How should schools handle evolution? Debate it.

The sky is falling–or so you might think if you have been reading reports about the federal trial concerning the Dover, Pa., school board’s decision to read students a statement…

Put learning into motion with these online biology resources

Put learning into motion with these online biology resources

Having trouble finding illustrations, diagrams, and interactive activities to supplement biology lectures for your students? Want to provide a visual representation of the passage of blood through the human cardiovascular…

Government and civics come to life with “C-SPAN Classroom”

Government and civics come to life with “C-SPAN Classroom”

From the folks at C-SPAN, the cable television channel that broadcasts Congressional hearings, speeches, and other daily Capitol Hill events, comes a new web site for the classroom. Designed specifically…

Online phys ed catches on in schools

A seemingly incongruous concept that began in Minneapolis public schools is starting to catch on in other school systems, too: taking gym class online. Minneapolis school officials said they’re hearing…

Resource helps build information literacy

Teachers and library media specialists searching for new and innovative ways to educate their students about effective research practices now have a new online tool at their disposal: S.O.S. (Situations,…

‘i-Schools’ expand concept of IT education

‘i-Schools’ expand concept of IT education

The notion of "information technology" (IT) as a separate field of study is undergoing a radical shift at some of the nation's foremost colleges and universities--and it is…

NEA jazzes things up with new multimedia music curriculum

NEA jazzes things up with new multimedia music curriculum

“Jazz in the Schools” is a new web-based, multimedia curriculum from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) that explores jazz as an indigenous American art form and as a…

PBS’s “Evolution” explores the human nature of scientific change

PBS’s “Evolution” explores the human nature of scientific change

Divine intervention takes on the Big Bang Theory in this PBS-sponsored web site intended to help students navigate the thorny evolution dispute being waged in school board meetings and science…

Online dictionary helps define good research

Online dictionary helps define good research

With more than 100 million visitors to its site since 2003, TheFreeDictionary.com has developed a reputation as a multifaceted, virtual research hub for students and teachers. Not only can visitors…