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Have some fun with your Technology Mentor and learn how to use the PrintScreen button in the process

Translate selected webpage or your own text from one language to another (eg. English to Spanish, German, French, Chinese, etc.)

Check out rumors, inspirational stories, virus warnings, humorous tales, pleas for help, urban legends, prayer requests and calls to action to see if they are TRUTH! or FICTION!

Download free graphics, backgrounds, fonts, screen savers. website resources, free graphics tools, etc.  Perfect for Web design and PowerPoint presentations!

Download free sound effects to use in your webpages, powerpoint presentation, etc.  Categories include cinema, radio themes, TV sounds, historical sounds, World War II sounds, various sound effects, weirdness, space sounds and much more.

Free arcade games (because we all need to relax every now and then!  Plus, get some practice using your mouse!

Find out what's available to download off of the internet.  Find MP3 players, image editors, crossword puzzle makers, browsers, winzip, CuteFTP, Adobe Acrobat, Real Player, and more..........

Everything you need to build your website for free!  Tutorials, graphics, software, html and javascripts

Create animated, interactive, and/or muscial greeting cards of all types that you can email your friends!

Check out the latest world and U.S. news, weather, and sports.  Great articles for students and teachers as well.

Great site for students, parents and teachers.  Find out what's on the Discovery's TV channels, view lesson plans, worksheets to go along with Discovery TV shows, clip art, and more

Need to find directions to your next inservice or conference?  Print out a map and get driving directions.  You can also check out flights, hotels and travel guides.

Puzzlemaker is a puzzle generation tool for teachers, students and parents. Create and print customized word search, crossword and math puzzles using your word lists. Build your own maze or print our specialty hand-drawn mazes created around holidays and classroom topics.

Another website with loads of internet-based lessons.

Filamentality is a fill-in-the-blank interactive Web site that guides you through picking a topic, searching the Web, gathering good Internet sites, and turning Web resources into learning activities. It helps combine the "filaments" of the Web with a learner's "mentality". Support is built-in through Mentality Tips that guide you along the way to creating a Web-based activity you can share with others even if you don't know anything about HTML, Web servers, or all that www-dot stuff.

- Free for educators who agree to share lessons created with this software, Hot Potatoes allows you to create interactive materials like quizzes, crossword puzzles, etc. You can even write in "feedback" for incorrect answers to help guide students.

Infotrac provides periodical articles on topics across the curriculum:

Get maps and directions

ProQuest is an online professional education collection of hundreds of the most common professional journals used in education.

A great site!  This site will create interactive tests, review games (flash cards, concentration, matching) and place it onto a webpage on their server.

See sample lessons (some designed by SCHS teachers!)  Go to: Class Lessons - pick Grades 7-12 - choose your curricular area tab - choose a topic - click on Final Projects

Bernie Dodge of San Diego State University created this format for using the internet to design complete lessons. The website contains ample resources, examples and templates to help you design your own webquest. He even provides a webquest about webquests!

Want more fun and interesting links to vist?  Well, click here!

(more to come)

OK!  Here's a chance for you to have a little fun and learn something useful in the process.  At the beginning of each one of our CTAP classes, you will be given a chance (about 15 minutes) to investigate one of the sites listed to the left.  Each site is designed to provide you with some additional resources and skills necessary to increase your "Tech" skills, while at the same time allowing you to have a little fun!  Let us know which sites you found most useful (or fun) and if possible, give us some sites that you know about which we can share.  









 website by SCHS Tech Mentors 

Last revised 07/17/2005



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Website by Duncan Wilson

Page last updated January 07, 2012

The links on this page connect students to resources, which are recommended because of their educational content and value. I do not intend your child to visit any pages beyond those to which I have provided specific links. We recommend that you supervise/monitor your child's Internet activity at all times.