BBC Teachers (Bitesize) - Used as a source for embedded games.
Common Craft - Source for RSS feed explanation video.
ALEX - The Alabama Learning Exchange - used as a source for lesson plans, content standards, and learning objectives.
The Bombing of Hiroshima - Fact or Opinion Lesson Plan by Michele Eller, Elmore County High School - Reading quiz based on the content of this lesson plan.
Microsoft Office Online - Used as a source for templates for rubrics and forms.
Interactive Websites by Jefferson County Schools - Used as a source to locate educational websites.
Cast: About UDL - Used as source for information about making teaching and learning universal.
National Center On Universal Design Learning - Used as a resource for the principles behind UDL and ways to incorporate UDL into teaching.
Bloggin with Mrs. Bass - Used as source for Riki-tiki-tavi discussion questions.
Music and Learning: Integrating Music in the Classroom - A study conducted by Johns Hopkins University about the benefits of using background music and other music forms to enhance learning.
Ornstein, Allan C., and Daniel U. Levine. "Philosophical Roots of Education." Foundations of Education. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2003. 95-126.
Gargiulo, Richard M., and Deborah J. Metcalf. Teaching in Today's Inclusive Classrooms: a Universal Design for Learning Approach. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage, 2010.
Shelly, Gary B. Teachers Discovering Computers: Integrating Technology and Digital Media in the Classroom. Boston, MA: Thomson/Course Technology, 2010.
Below you will find links to download free helpful software for your home computer:
Adobe Reader X - Allows you to open and view .pdf files.
Adobe Flash Player - Allows you to view flash animations, videos, and play flash games.
Microsoft PowerPoint viewer - Allows you to open and view slide shows created with Power Point.
Microsoft Word viewer - Allows you to open, copy, view, and print documents created with Word.
Java - Java software allows your computer to run online games and applications.