700+ Great Sites
American Library Association provides multiple sites for parents, caregivers, teachers and others who care about kids.
America Reads Challenge
This is provided by the U.S. Department of Education offers suggestions and material for families and educators to help all American children how to read.
Barrier Free Education
Resource site to inform and assist students with disabilities, parents, and teachers. Students with disabilities gain access to math and science education.
Dave's ESL Cafe
A very popular site for ESL/EFL students and teachers around the world. Besides great lessons, there are forums for teachers and students.
This DO-IT Program site has many resources concerning disabilities, opportunities, internetworking, and technology. There are multiple hyperlinks to people who are pursuing academic and career fields.
Dyslexia: The Gift
his site offers the best ways for dyslexic people to learn. There is information and training in methods for mastering learning problems.
There are a few sample lessons that are internet based called "How to Write for Everyday Living" and "Descriptive Reading Internet Activities".
A collection of lesson plans created by Microsoft as part of Encarta Online, contains lessons in thirteen different categories.
This site has a nice collection of many different games for ESL/EFL.
GED Testing Service
Official Site of the GED Testing Service offers the latest information about the GED plus teaching tip
LitLearner - About GED
PBS Literacy Link designed this site for students preparing for the GED with instructional video and Internet technology for adult students.
National Endowment for the Humanities
This site offers a gateway for teachers, students, and parents searching for high-quality material on the Internet in the subject areas of literature and language arts, foreign languages, art and culture, and history and social studies.
Online English Grammar
This grammar site has been put on-line by Anthony Hughes and is available free of charge for anyone to use. The basics of English grammar; parts of speech, letter sounds, and alphabet pronunciation are aimed at a highly educated speaker of other languages learning English and the advanced literacy student.
The Discovery Channel provides this site for classroom teachers, but tutors and adult educators could adapt it for instructional purposes. Several uses are for working on word parts; prefixes, dipthongs, rhyming words, or contractions. Phonics drills and rhyming can be reinforced. Even numeracy skills can be practiced by using the features number block and math square.
Great PBS site where you can find ideas for both children and adult students. Activities fall into a variety of categories, including creative thinking and problem-solving skills, cultural/social diversity appreciation and understanding, dramatic play and creative movement, and language and literacy skills.
The English Companion
This site is written by an English teacher who wrote a book entitled "The English's Teachers Companion" and offers a variety of links to sites.
The Linguistic Funland TESL
National ALLD Center offers instruction techniques, disabilities issues, definitions, and assisted technology for adults with learning disabilities.
The New York Times Learning Network
This site is designed for U.S. students in Grades 6-12 but can be used effectively with international students in secondary and post secondary programs.
This is a daily education guide to the news around the world.
VoyCabulary allows you to click on any word on any web page to look it up, quick and easy. VoyCabulary converts all the words on any web page into links to Dictionary, Thesaurus, or other Web lookups.
Workforce Education LAB
Resources of work-related basic skills lessons for use by instructors in the workplace or in traditional adult education programs.
Workplace ESL Online
California Distance Learning Project designed a distance learning lessons for the ESL workplace literacy.