Suggested Internet sites by the of Ministry of Education
Mind Map/ flow charts/diagrams
Bulletin board: Lino
Create comics: Toondoo
Collect video with comments and questions: EdPuzzle - Blubbr
Create online presentation: Prezi
Create speaking avatar: Voki
Digital publishing: Joomag
Add links to images: Thinglink
English Vocabulary Quizzes
Self Study Vocabulary Quizzes
Many Things Vocabulary
ESL Games (pirate games)
Fun English Games
BBC Bitesize Writing
Create a Tale
Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Super Easy Reading for ESL
Free Short ESL Stories
Children's Storybooks Online
Breaking News English
VOA Learning English
Time for Kids
The Times in Plain English
One Minute World News
Six Minutes English - BBC
Jerusalem Post - Breaking News
National Geographic Kids
Projects wtih classes in other countries
Wacky Webs Tales
Fact Monster Games
General Sites to Learn English
British Council Learn English Kids
British Council Learn English Teens
BBC Learning English
Activities for ESL Students
English Portal (Israel)
Online encyclopedias (such as Britannica and Encyclopedia.com)
Wikipedia for kids
National Geographic Kids
Other sites suggested by ECB
Crossword Puzzle Maker
Maps of the World
ITools - Research It
Websites with articles and information
Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Evaluating Information Sources
Evaluating Internet Sources
The C.A.R.S. Checklist for Evaluating Internet Sources
Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers - Nik Peachey
Nik's Daily English Activities - Nik Peachey
Articles by Tom March - Co-developer of the WebQuest strategy with Prof. Bernie Dodge. Frequent presenter and author of "Working the Web for Education" and web developer and designer of web-based learning activities.
WebQuest.com - The most complete and current source of information about the WebQuest Model. Whether you're an education student new to the topic or an experienced teacher/ educator looking for materials, you'll find something here to meet your needs.
Fromnowon - An educational technology journal with excellent articles on professional development in integrating technology and teaching.
Acceptable Internet use Policies - Virginia Department of Education, USA.
Acceptable Usage - An example of an "acceptable usage policy" for use of techology by students in schools, developed by the Har V'Gai Regional School.
Project Based Learning - (Buck Institute of Education) An explanation of project based learning in the hope that "teachers will go beyond doing projects and consider ways in which projects can facilitate teachers' key instructional goals, rather than serving as the students' reward for learning in traditional ways."
Resources for Getting Started with Project Based Learning - Edutopia's compilation of online resources for understanding and beginning to implement project-based learning.