Welcome to the Bristol Township School District Wiki.

The goal of this wiki is to share ideas and technology websites you are using in your classroom.

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TeachercastA Place for Teachers to Help Teachers!
Classroom Diagnostic Test (CDT) - Website for additional assistance. KeyLearning

Truman HS Teacher Tools
Web Toolboxes NEW! (Cheryl Wissick, Univeristy of South Carolina wiki)
Google Cultural Institute:
The Google Cultural Institute helps preserve and promote culture online.
Digital Literacy and Citizenship Classroom Curriculum.
Common Sense Media offers this FREE Digital Literacy and Citizenship Curriculum to help educators
empower their students and their school communities to be safe, responsible, and savvy as they navigate this fast-paced digital world.
5-Minute Film Festival: Teacher Clips
Wikispace (William Tennent High School's CFF wiki) for additional resources.You can even create your own wiki for your class
One Stop Educational Resource: Hippocampus
Ed Tech Experts Choose Top 3 Collaboration Tools: The Journal
NETS Implementation Wiki Nets-Implementation
Includes lesson plans for integrating technology
Free download:
A great tool for developing & creating ideas into a web or concept map.
SAS - PA’s Standards Aligned System - Become a member: SAS
Free download:
A great tool for developing & creating ideas into a web or concept map. Mywebspiration
Worksheet Library
A directory of videos for use in your classroom: Watchknow
Publications: Technology in Education Learning Point
Middle School Literacy - Free Resources
NAEP Question Tool
Google Search Education - provides lesson plans, activities, posters, tips, and webinars to help teachers hone their own and their students' web search skills.
Kids Zone The NCES Kids' Zone provides information to help you learn about schools; decide on a college; find a public library; engage in several games, quizzes and skill building about math, probability, graphing, and mathematicians; and to learn many interesting facts about education.
The TeachingChannel Website
The website contains 100+ videos of teachers and students in action, sorted by subject, grade level, or topic. Videos range from 1 minute to 30 minutes in length. Good quality and no advertisements. Worth a look: Teaching Channel.
NEW: STTV provides practical tools and solutions that address the ethical, academic and safety issues that are of growing concern in our schools and in our society. Key topics include motivation, teamwork, health & wellness, gratitude and friendship. Bottom line, SchoolToolsTv creates a foundation of positive values for every student in the class. STTV also provides a weekly version of the show for high school students that is being used by advisory teachers to open up healthy conversations about the real issues that teenagers are facing today. Schooltoolstv
The Library of Congress is the world's largest library, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
The library's primary site (www.loc.gov) has made these resources available on-line for years.
The library has launched two new sites: a personalized site (www.myLOC.gov) that presents items in compelling on-line exhibitions; and a specific site for teachers (www.loc.gov/teachers) with lesson plans, interactive projects and links to primary resources. Please share this information with other educators in your district to make sure they're aware of these free resources to engage students in learning. Source: NSPRA This Week, Feb. 24, 2009.
The National Center for Family Literacy
Working with the Appalachia Regional Comprehensive Center the National Center for Family Literacy has produced a wonderful series of podcasts on family involvement. These free 7-10 minute programs include listening guides and transcripts, and would be great to highlight in school newsletters or for staff discussions of family literacy programs: Arcc.Edvantia - Parent Involvement Podcasts