The web links provided below is a good resource for you when doing research for homework assignments or specific class topics. The links are organized by groups for easy reference. Simply click on the link title to go to the website.
Study Guides and ToolsThe web links provided below are a good resource for you when doing homework assignments. They will provide you with strategies to develop effective study skills, discover your own personal study style, learn to manage your time more efficiently and understand the best way to prepare for exams. If you take the time to learn and apply the strategies taught in school and in this section, you will increase your ability to learn. Study tools Link - description Study Guides and Tools Categories of resources offer strategies, options and alternatives. No one guide suits everyone, so explore to find the preference that fits your learning style, strengths and/or personality. Categories include: *Time management & problem solving *Learning, learning with others, and online learning *Thinking, studying and classroom participation *Reading and research *Project management, test preparation and taking *Writing basics and types; Vocabulary and spelling *Digital resources; math, science & technology *Learner-centric games and exercises *Curricular and teaching strategies
Assistive technology tools offers a place to make your own flashcards, create graphic organizers, practice spelling words, design math graphs and many other useful learning tools.
Fact MonsterFact Monster is a reference site for students that provides educational resources. It combines the contents of an encyclopedia, a dictionary, an atlas, and several almanacs loaded with statistics, facts, and historical records. In addition to an electronic database that is continuously updated and expanded, the Fact Monster site includes information from the following reference works: •The TIME for Kids Almanac®, edited by Beth Rowen of Fact Monster and published by Time Inc. •Selected content from The TIME Almanac, with Information Please®, edited by Borgna Brunner of Information Please and published by Time Inc. •The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, published by Columbia University Press. •Infoplease Dictionary, based on the Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary •The Infoplease Atlas, which includes several hundred maps from Magellan Geographix.