Mighty Media presents the KeyPals Club, a place for young people, teachers and students to locate and correspond with other youth and students around the world.
A pen-pal (or if you prefer a web-pal) is a friend from a different country, language, culture. Many countries are listed.
If you are interested in finding keypals for your class, the hyperlinks below should be useful.
They create original K-12 programming for the Internet, delivering a planned, organized and moderated e-mail/Web learning experience.
They are a nonprofit corporation, is a major contributor to the philosophy, design, culture and content of Internet-based learning.
A website dedicated to helping you save time and money when roaming through cyberspace.
A free, interactive mailing list! In all, more than 3,500 K-12 educators have subscribed to the list.
Thousands of Lists to join
Various tutorials and information on the Internet thanks to Netscape.
The information in this section will provide a consistently reliable starting point for your own exploration of the Internet.
Just as U.S. Highway Route 66 was a catalyst for Americana, we see the World Wide Web as a catalyst that will integrate the Internet into K12 school curricula.
This site is intended to help teachers cut down on the amount of time they spend looking for quality sites on the Internet.
They have great articles and information that will help you raise your child from who is from 6 to 18 years old.
These projects allow students to share in the excitement of NASA's scientific and engineering pursuits like flying the shuttle, spacecraft explorations of distant planets, and space-based life sciences research.
For teachers powering learning with technology
Kids Safe Searching
Lesson plans, activities, curriculum resources--linked with corresponding subject-area content standards.
Sample Internet lesson Plans and Learning Projects
Created for busy teachers who are searching for online projects for classroom integration.
They sell stuff but also offer a wide variety of on-line activities. Check out the teacher section.
Surveys, Bibliographies, Literature Reviews, Articles, Reports, Case Studies and Additional Resources .
Educational Resources Information Center
The new MLA rules generally treat electronic materials as if they were printed texts that require additional information to be fully described.