TL2014 – Resources you may find useful… 09/02/2011
Homework help, writing help, study skills, conversion calculator, periodic calculator, math help — Infoplease.com
Infoplease has a homework center to help students with homework questions. Users can search by subject area, reference sources, or use handy tools like conversion tables, periodic tables, maps, flash cards, current events, and analogies.
Science & Technology for Big Kids, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
The Carnegie Library Pittsburg has a homework help page for ‘big kids’. This page includes information on how to do research for school projects and links for information and resources about a variety of school subjects. All of the resources provide help to research, write, learn about, or complete assignments.
Internet4Classrooms – Homework Help for Parents and Children
Internet 4 Classrooms has a great page dedicated to helping parents help children with homework. This site doesn’t provide answers or assistance for answers for their actual homework, however it guides parents in other important aspects of assisting children with homework like concentration techniques, study habits, test taking skills, and time management. These are all skills that help to build a successful student that are sometimes overlooked.
Math.com – World of Math Online
Math.com is a great resource for assistance with any level of math assignment from basic math to calculus. Users can easily search to find the topic that is covered in the homework assignment and then read a short lesson explaining the topic. Then, the user can answer sample questions to see if they understand the concept. The immediate feedback then helps to determine if the concept is understood and then the student can finish the assignment. This website is great for parents to brush up on the skills they are trying to assist with on the homework and also great for students to try to independently learn math skills
Wolfram|Alpha: Computational Knowledge Engine
In this site you can type in a math problem or a word or phrase and the information is then ‘calculated.’ For a math problem, this means that the problem will be solved, graphed, explained, and diagramed. For a word or phrase it may give you the definition, a timeline of events, or a detailed explanation. You can also search things like famous people, careers, conversions, or dates and it will compute the information and provide a useful result. This website is useful in completing a wide variety of homework assignments at a variety of academic levels.
Google+ For Educators
Understanding and using Google+ in the classroom.
Music Notation Training
a simple website on which students can practice recognizing music notes.
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.