Best three websites for online IT teaching resources

http://www.scootle.edu.au/ec/p/home (Australian Learning Federation)

To gain access to this site you will need your school to arrange a
school login, on your behalf. There are about 10,000 digital resources, so from
this perspective there are certainly a lot of resources to utilise.

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https://www.microsoft.com/education/default.mspx

This is quite a good website with a range of tools, lessons and
templates.

http://www.microsoft.com/education/lessonplans.mspx#Science

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http://www.teachersdomain.org/

There are some good resources here. Most of the resources are videos
with resources that support the video. There are five categories of resources
(Arts, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies). There
are a limited number of resources. If you teach Science, then this site may be
of use, as most of the resources are of this category.

You do have to sign up, to gain access to resources. Joining is free.
You will also need to install QuickTime so that you can view the videos. This
is not a difficult task.

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understanding*****

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About whellmuth

Working with the education software industry to build software with standard arhitectures that allows schools to have extensible and well integrated technologies. Member of Software QLD. Member of Microsoft advisory board on cloud computing. My doctorate specialises in Software Architecture in the Education environment. My Master Research specialised in IT change management.
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