Saturday, September 20, 2008


Sat., Sept. 20, 2008 - FreeMathHelp

From the site:
“Welcome to We have many math help resources available, including math lessons, math games, and a math help message board. You may navigate this site using the subject links above, or search for something specific with the search box in the top right.”

Site includes: Algebra, Geometry, Trig, Calculus, and Statistics.
See Also: drop-down menu under “Other”

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Sat., Sept. 20, 2008 - Hotmath (Includes both free and for pay resources)

From the site:
“In addition to our for-pay step-by-step answers, math videos, and online math tutoring,
we offer free practice tests, math workbooks, graphing calculator tutorials, learning activities, and math games.”

[NOTE: Site includes both free and for-pay resources. – Phyllis ]


Sat., Sept. 20, 2008 - (ages 13-100)
From the site:
“designed for the pure enjoyment of mathematics”

Math sites for Kids:
Math sites for Teachers:

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Sat., Sept. 20, 2008 - NRICH (Enriching Mathematics)

From the site:
“free mathematics enrichment resources for pupils of all ages, including discussion forums and a mathematics thesaurus”

Click on the American flag to change language from British.

Read a full review of the site at:

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Friday, September 19, 2008


Fri., Sept. 19, 2008 - Sites to See: Bugs and Insects

Sites to See: Bugs and Insects
From the site:
“Why not add a little diversity -- and excitement -- to your spring activities with a few lessons about the wonderful world of insects?... Included: Three dozen links to insect info and activities. Insects, without question, make up the largest group of creatures in the animal kingdom. Scientists have identified about 1 million different species of insects, and some experts believe that as many as 10 million insect species actually might inhabit Earth.”

[NOTE: Previously posted. Site updated. - Phyllis ]


Fri., Sept. 19, 2008 - Stories for Kids (Podcasts from the Denver Public Library)

Stories for Kids - Denver Public Library - Grades 0 to 4

“Denver Public Library's Podcasts for Kids is a constantly-growing story resource from a variety of authors including Beatrix Potter. There are also folktales, fairy tales, interviews, songs, news, nursery rhymes, and story time favorites.”

Entire review and suggestions on using this site “In the Classroom”:



Fri., Sept. 19, 2008 - PBS: Masterpiece Mystery: The Ruby in the Smoke

The Ruby in the Smoke
Sunday, September 21, 2008
8 - 9:00 pm

From the site:
“In this vivid adaptation of Philip Pullman's novel "The Ruby in the Smoke," the orphan Sally Lockhart uncovers the secrets of her father's death, discovers hidden cursed jewels and faces England's deadliest villains with bold courage. Sally's friends, the street-smart Jim and the besotted Frederick, help her expose the truth -- no matter how dangerous.”


Fri., Sept. 19, 2008 - PBS: Debating Our Destiny / Raptor Force / Pres. Reagan / Presidential Debate / It's All About the Tags / Hurricane Center

Sites found in:
PBS Teachers Newsletter: September 21-27, 2008

Debating Our Destiny: Teacher Guide

Debating Our Destiny is designed to augment American History, Social Studies, Public Speaking and Debate curriculums. Because it contains many primary sources, both video and text, it can be used for specific lessons and as a research tool for students. The site contains debate transcripts and video clips from 1976-2004. In addition, there are contemporary interviews with debate participants reflecting on their performances and the role of debates in elections.
[NOTE: Previously posted. Site updated. - Phyllis ]


Raptor Force
On-Air & Online
Gr. 6-8 / 9-12
Sunday, September 21, 2008
8 - 9:00 pm
Armed with powerful beaks and razor-sharp talons, raptors are
nature's elite killing force -- winged predators whose graceful
beauty belies their stunning speed, acrobatics and precision.
Dramatic original footage from cameras mounted on their backs
shows why falcons, owls, eagles and hawks are masters of the
sky, and why aeronautics engineers use their unique abilities
and body designs as the basis of new aircraft technology. (CC,
Stereo, HD, 1 year)
Shortened URL:


American Experience
Reagan: Lifeguard, Part One
On-Air & Online
Gr. 6-8 / 9-12
Monday, September 21, 2008
9 - 11:00 pm
When he left the White House in 1988, Ronald Reagan was one of
the most popular presidents of the century -- and one of the
most controversial. A failed actor, Reagan became a passionate
ideologue who preached a simple gospel of lower taxes, less
government and anti-communism. One by one, his opponents
underestimated him; one by one, Reagan surprised them, rising
to become a president who always preferred to see America as a
"shining city on a hill." Part 1 of 2.

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Debates 2008: A Newshour Special Report "Presidential Debate"
On-Air & Online
Gr. 9-12
Friday, September 26, 2008
9 - 11:00 pm
Jim Lehrer, of PBS' NewsHour, moderates the first presidential
debate between Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack
Obama. Live from the University of Mississippi, Oxford,
Mississippi. (CC, Stereo, HD, 1 year)

----- with Andy Carvin
It?s All About the Tags
Gr. 3-5 / 6-8 / 9-12

How do you pull together a wide array of information as Andy
Carvin did for his hurrican website? It's all in the tags.
Shortened URL:

The Hurricane Information Center


Copyright 2008 PBS Online

Thursday, September 18, 2008


Thurs., Sept. 18, 2008 - Sites to See: Earth

Sites to See: Earth
From the site:
“If digging to the center of Earth is not an option, let the resources of the Web take you on a tour from the mesosphere to the inner core. Through diagrams, charts, and pictures, your students will discover that Earth is alive with motion.”

[NOTE: Could not connect to: Earth from Space, and the link for The National Earthquake Information Center is incorrect.
It should be: - Phyllis


Thurs., Sept. 18, 2008 - Meteor Showers

Meteor Showers
From the site:
“Meteor showers are cyclical, predictable events because they are formed from the icy rock debris shed by comets as they pass the Sun. The following sites explain why they happen, when they occur, and offer tips on how to best view them.”
Page includes 9 links to related sites (5 annotated, 4 honorable mentions)


Thurs., Sept. 18, 2008 - Life on Mars: Explore Planet Mars

Life on Mars: Explore Planet Mars
From the site:
“Is it possible for life to exist on Mars? Find out whether this is a question for science or science fiction.”
[NOTE: Other interactives from Scholastic previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Thurs., Sept. 18, 2008 - Poland / Fuel Economy / Lincoln and the Civil War / Alabama / Stephen Hawking

Sites found in:
The Scout Report
April 25, 2008
Volume 14, Number 16

The Scout Report on the Web:
Current issue:
This issue:


A Commonwealth of Diverse Cultures: Poland's Heritage [Macromedia Flash

This very interactive and visually stimulating exploration of Polish
heritage was created through a unique partnership between The National
Library of Poland, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of
Cultural and National Heritage. Entering the site, visitors will hear a
dramatic musical score and a series of sections that allow them to look
through the French, Lithuanian, Italian, and German influences on Polish
culture throughout the centuries. In the "French Connection" area, visitors
will travel across an illuminated manuscript to an area that includes a
video clip describing the early relationship between French culture and what
would later become Poland. This section also includes a brief essay on this
relationship and a selection of digitized documents which includes the
Wilanow Psalter from the 13th century and the Parisian Calendar from the
14th century. The other cultural sections adhere to this general layout, and
overall this site serves as a model for other institutions hoping to create
like-minded digital exhibits and collections. [KMG]


Fuel Economy [pdf] (Last reviewed in the Scout Report on October 8,

As the price of fuel continues to rise, this site continues to be as timely
as when it first came online in October 1999. The site is maintained by the
U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and it provides fuel-saving
tips, fuel economy estimates, and so on. From the homepage, visitors can
click through sections that include "Gasoline Prices", "Gas Mileage Tips",
"Hybrid Vehicles", and "New Fuel Economy Ratings". As one might expect, the
"Gasoline Prices" area allows users to find the lowest gas prices in their
area, learn about saving money and fuel with gas mileage tips, and also
learn why gas prices are so high. In the "Your MPG" area, visitors can
calculate their own miles per gallon and also compare their measurements
with other users. Finally, visitors can also access this information on
their mobile phones through a specially designed site that includes fuel
economy ratings, fuel cost estimates, and annual petroleum use. [KMG]
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Arkansas in the Civil War

When people think about the Civil War, they probably recall major conflicts
at places like Shiloh, Antietam, and Gettysburg. Admittedly, not many may
think of the 771 battles and skirmishes that took place in Arkansas, but
this website offers up a variety of first-hand accounts and reporting from
the Hot Springs state. The site was created by Harper's Magazine as part of
their "Lincoln and the Civil War" database, and it features historic
newspaper accounts and writings from Harper's Weekly, the New York
Illustrated News, and Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. Visitors to the
site can learn about Arkansas's history before the Civil War, and then move
on to read an essay on the state's strategic location by Gregory J.W. Urwin.
Visitors should also not miss articles from "North and South Magazine" on
some noted battles that took place within the state, such as the 1864
skirmish at Poison Spring. [KMG]
[NOTE: Home page previously posted. - Phyllis ]
[NOTE: I couldn’t connect when checking this site. – Phyllis ]


University of Alabama Digital Collections

For devotees of Alabama history (and even for those who aren't), the
University of Alabama's Digital Collections are a real find. Currently, the
site offers up more than a dozen digital collections, including The
University of Alabama Encyclopedia and the Hugh Davis Farm Journals. The
Hugh Davis Farm Journals are quite a find, as they offer an insightful
portrait of a 19th century attorney and plantation owner in Marion, Alabama.
Here visitors can read his farm journals, which contain records regarding
slaves and accounts of life on the plantation. The other collections offered
here include the Marjorie L. Smith Slide Collection of images related to
cotton agriculture in the 1960s and selected issues of the University of
Alabama Yearbook, which is titled "The Corolla". [KMG]


As part of NASA's 50th anniversary, Stephen Hawking offers his latest
thoughts on the universe

NASA 'should follow Columbus'

Hawking: Unintelligent life is likely on other planets
[NOTE: No longer available at the Washington Post. Posted on ABC News: – Phyllis ]

Stephen Hawking
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Today/Interview with Stephen Hawking [Real Player]
Shortened URL:

NASA 50th Anniversary Website [Macromedia Flash Player]
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Astrophysicist Stephen Hawking is known the world over for his myriad
accomplishments, which include best-selling books on the history of the
universe, his musings on black holes, and of course, his guest appearance on
the television show, "The Simpsons". This Monday, Hawking gave a lecture at
George Washington University in honor of NASA's 50th anniversary where he
outlined some of his latest thoughts on the cosmos. During his remarks he
noted that there may in fact be alien life somewhere out in space, but that
in general "Primitive life is very common and intelligent life is fairly
rare." Hawking went on to suggest that alien abduction claims come from
"weirdos", and remain very unlikely. He also made a bold call for continued
human space exploration and suggested that the current situation regarding
space conquest is akin to "Europe before 1492." Never one to shy away from a
timely quip, Hawking noted that if explorers hadn't come to the New World,
"we would not have a Big Mac or KFC." [KMG]

The first link will take users to an article from the BBC News service which
talks about Hawking's lecture and also offers a set of related links. The
second link leads to a piece which appeared in this Monday's Washington Post
that offers additional coverage of the lecture. Moving on, the third link
leads to Hawking's homepage. Here visitors can learn about his work,
academic background, and various publications. The fourth link leads to an
interview with Hawking conducted for the BBC's radio program, "Today". The
fifth link leads to NASA's 50th Anniversary website. It's full of
interesting activities and interactive timelines and exhibits about NASA's
past. For those who want to help out with the search for extraterrestrial
intelligence, the sixth and final link will be a real find. Visitors can
download the SETI software from this site to help analyze radio telescope
data, and it takes up a relatively small amount of space on one's computer.


>From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2008.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008


Wed., Sept. 17, 2008 - "You Are There" (Historical dramatizations from radio)

“You Are There”
From the site:; “You are invited to listen to and download Old Time Radio shows here!”

Dramatizations of historical events broadcast as “live radio” coverage.
This show aired 1947-1950.


Wed., Sept. 17, 2008 - Black Independence and Nationalist Movements

----------Forwarded Message--------
AASC Feature of the Month: September 2008
Black Independence and Nationalist Movements

Many Americans associate black nationalism with the Black Power movement of the late sixties but the United States has a long history of black independence and black nationalist movements. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, African Americans established black-only settlements or "Black Towns" as a way to achieve greater autonomy from white economic, political, and social systems. Later, we saw the development of Back-to-Africa movements, with Marcus Garvey’s efforts in the 1920s among the most successful. With his ideas on pride and independence, Garvey’s campaign influenced many activists, including Malcolm X. It was these activists that helped define Black Power in the turbulent 1960s.

In this month’s Feature, a photo essay explores how African Americans have historically dealt with oppressive social systems by creating alternative communities.

The editors have also made available more than 15 subject entries related to this topic, including “Liberia,” Black Panther Women,” and “Nation of Islam. Numerous biographies on those involved with the movement are also available, as well as primary sources like Stokely Carmichael’s “Black Power” Speech from 1966.


Wed., Sept. 17, 2008 - Conscience and the Constitution

Site found in:
======== The Scout Report for Social Sciences ==
======== November 28, 2000 ====
======== Volume 4, Number 7

Conscience and the Constitution -- PBS [RealPlayer]

This companion site to the PBS national broadcast this December of
"Conscience and the Constitution" examines the historical and moral
issues surrounding the decision of a handful of Japanese to refuse to
be drafted from their location in an American concentration camp in
1944. The site also looks at the history of the Japanese American
Citizens League (JACL), an organization of first generation
Japanese-Americans that not only supported the efforts of the US
military to apprehend and relocate Japanese citizens, but opposed all
efforts of individual Japanese-Americans to challenge the
constitutionality of the government's actions. In addition to the
thoughtful narration of the history and the controversy it continues
to generate, the Website provides access to original documents of the
parties involved, including letters and statements from the draft
resisters, who eventually served more than two years hard labor, the
columns of the journalist who supported their civil disobedience, and
public statements and correspondence of the JACL. Some video portions
of the broadcast are also available here in RealPlayer. [DC]

From The Scout Report for Social Sciences, Copyright Internet Scout
Project 1994-2000.

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Wed., Sept. 17, 2008 - From LOC: Celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day - Friday, Sept. 19th.

--------Forwarded Message--------
From: Library of Congress
Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 5:04 PM

Celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day - Friday, September 19th

Does your school celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day? Here are some links to pirate resources to add some educational heft to a fun activity:

Watch one of the webcasts from the day long symposium on Pirates and Corsairs of the Americas in History and Literature. Find the list at

Explore the book The Buccaneers of America from the Exploring the Early Americas collection Also share maps documenting early treasure ships and the treasures they found and the work that was done to stop pirates in the Americas at
Read Gerald Gawalt’s Essay on the Barbary Pirates at

Play some pirate related sheet music. The Music for the Nation collection has the Pirates March and the Pirates Cave March. Or listen to the song Down Around the Coast of La Barbaree from the California Gold Collection.
Shortened URL:

Watch an Edison Film of Police Arresting Pirates
Shortened URL:

Tuesday, September 16, 2008


Tues., Sept. 16, 2008 - Environmental Journalism Today / Home Inventory Guide / Sounds of America / Worldwide Science

Sites found in:
NEAT NEW STUFF, April 11, 2008


Environmental Journalism Today
"The source for journalists reporting on the environment." Of particular interest: current news stories on environment issues, and the "Tip Sheet" pointing to resources for possible future stories: documents, events, reports, trends, and other useful data.


Home Inventory Guide
Shortened URL:
You know how you're supposed to do an inventory of your possessions so in the event of loss, you can prove your ownership to your insurance company? The California Department of Insurance's wonderfully helpful collection of information guides ( ) includes this fill-in-the-blank workbook for every room in your house, with space to attach photos.


Sounds of America - National Museum of American History
"an ongoing series of programs featuring music made and played in the U.S.A," including programs on African-American music traditions of New Orleans, Women in American Music, and Freedom Songs of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement.


"a global science gateway—accelerating scientific discovery and progress through a multilateral partnership to enable federated searching of national and international scientific databases." Primarily a bibliographic source, the document descriptions, abstracts and occasional full texts available within the 32 databases appear to be free.

Neat New Stuff I Found This Week
Copyright, Marylaine Block, 1999-2008.



Tues., Sept. 16, 2008 - Human Footprint (National Geographic) / Think Green: Reverse the Way You Think About Waste

Site found on

Human Footprint - National Geographic - Grades 3 to 10
“This interactive takes a look at the effect of typical human consumption on the planet.”

Entire review and suggestions on using this site “In the Classroom”:


Site found on

Think Green - Waste Management - Grades 4 to 12
“Use Think Green, a site created by Waste Management, to obtain information about everyday recycling and waste management as well as environmental protection.”

Entire review and suggestions on using this site “In the Classroom”:



Tues., Sept. 16, 2008 - Exploring the Environment

"Exploring the Environment"
From the site:
“The ETE online series, which features an integrated approach to environmental earth science through modules and activities…The modules and activities incorporate environmental issues such as water quality, deforestation, biodiversity, volcanoes, ozone depletion, and global climate change.

[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Tues., Sept. 16, 2008 - Solar Center / Problem-Based Learning / Improving Environmental Literacy / Earthquakes

Sites found in:
May 3, 2008 "Earth Science Sites of the Week"


SOLAR CENTER, Stanford University, (suggested by Cheryl
Dodes), Find a collection of multi-disciplinary, interactive exercises and
activities based on the Sun and solar science, geared toward grade 4-12

[NOTE: Home page - previously posted. - Phyllis ]


Scout Report), Based at the University of Delaware, this set of peer-tested
and vetted educational resources asks the important question: "How can I get
my students to think?" Their educational philosophy places a premium on
problem-based learning (PBL), which is an instructional method that asks
students to work cooperatively in groups in order to seek solutions to real
world problems. First-time visitors can take a look at some sample PBL
problems. These sample problems include several group exercises that deal
with everything from household wiring to a case study problem in molecular
evolution. College instructors will want to definitely visit the "PBL
Courses and Syllabi" area, where they can take a look at sample syllabi that
draw inspiration from the problem-based learning perspective. Finally,
visitors can also browse through the PBL Clearinghouse and look over a list
of related educational sites.


IMPROVING ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY (suggested by Corey Black Eagle),
Are America's children environmentally literate? Today's overscheduled kids
are increasingly "plugged in" to electronic devices and media, while at the
same time unplugged from the fundamental and formative experience of nature
in their own neighborhood. Their senses--including, sadly, their sense of
wonder--are bombarded, overwhelmed and ultimately diminished. On top of
this "nature deficit," many schools are being forced to scale back or
eliminate environmental education programs. Fewer and fewer students are
able to take part in class activities that connect them with nature. To be
environmentally literate, students must have a solid background in math,
reading and science--and in environmental education.

Chesapeake Bay Foundation:


Includes pages on: Geography. Habitats, Plants, and Animals

Environmental Education
Shortened URL:

No Child Left Inside Act of 2008
Shortened URL:

Useful Chesapeake Bay and/or conservation related web sites.


EARTHQUAKE ANIMATIONS, IRIS, (suggested by John C. Lahr), This
week's animations and clips describe the block-and-sandpaper model and show
how it can be used to teach the concept of "elastic rebound." In addition
to geology and tectonics, earthquakes can provide a useful context for
teaching or reviewing many basic physics concepts, such as sliding and
static friction, forms of energy and conversion from one form to another,
and the elastic properties of materials.

Education Resources

Educational Links

Links to other sites with Educational Resources

Educational One-Pagers

Animation of the Month Archive

[NOTE: Previously posted. Site updated.- Phyllis ]


Mark Francek
Professor of Geography
Central Michigan University

Monday, September 15, 2008


Mon., Sept. 15, 2008 - Searching the Internet

The May 2008 Zillman Column is now available and is titled
*Searching the Internet*. This May 2008 column is a comprehensive list
of resources and sites on *Searching the Internet* including associated
and related online sites and sources. Learn the four basic concepts as
well discover how to search the Deep Web! Download this excellent 15
page free .pdf (941KB)column today and start your cyber journey into
successful Internet searching!

May 2008 Zillman Column - Searching the Internet
Shortened URL:


Mon., Sept. 15, 2008 - Research Paper Strategies

Sites found in:
The May 1, 2008 issue of Classroom Tools & Tips located at:


A+ Research & Writing
To get started, look over the Table of Contents to see what's at this site, then browse the Step by Step section to follow a proven approach to success on your research paper.
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Research Paper Strategies for Struggling Writers
A premier source of classroom-tested, Internet-based economic education lesson plans for K-12 teachers and their students.
[NOTE: Other pages from previously posted. - Phyllis ]

How to Write a Research Paper
While it may seem like a monumental project, it is really a straightforward process that you can follow, step my step. Make sure you have plenty of note paper, multi-colored highlighters, and a pack of multi-colored index cards.

Writing Research Papers: A Step-by-Step Procedure
This printable page illustrates the step-by-step procedure of writing a research paper.
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Basic Steps in the Research Process
This list of steps is a guideline for you to use. Not everyone will do these steps in the same order and you may go back and forth between them. Also features a "Make Your Own Outline" form.
[NOTE: Previously posted. - Phyllis ]

Research Paper Rubric (pdf)
Use the printable Research Paper Rubric to evaluate students' work on the paper itself.
[NOTE: Other pages from previously posted. - Phyllis ]


See all previous issues in our newsletter archives:


Mon., Sept. 15, 2008 - National Punctuation Day, Sept. 24

National Punctuation Day, September 24
From the site:
“National Punctuation Day, the holiday that reminds America that a “semicolon is not a surgical procedure,” celebrates its fourth anniversary September 24. But what started as a clever idea to remind corporations and professional people of the importance of proper punctuation has turned into an everyday mission to help school children learn the punctuation skills they need to be successful in life.” (continued on the site)


Mon., Sept. 15, 2008 - Quiz School / ProProfs

Quiz School
From the site:
“Create a FREE quiz for your classroom”

Site found in: ProProfs
From the site:
“ProProfs provides FREE Tools & Resources for Knowledge Exchange!”

Sunday, September 14, 2008


Sun., Sept. 14, 2008 - Sites to See: Economics

Sites to See: Economics
From the site:
“Economics sites help students learn to be smarter consumers, savers, and investors. The sites provide interactive activities, lesson plans, games, curriculum materials, articles, and other resources for teaching and learning about economics. Included: Fourteen great sites for teaching personal finance and economic systems in the classroom.”
[NOTE: Previously posted. List updated.- Phyllis ]


Sun., Sept. 14, 2008 - Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center / Financial Planning for 20somethings

Sites found in:
NEAT NEW STUFF, May 2, 2008


Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center
The Department of Energy's Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy division "provides a wide range of information and resources to enable the use of alternative fuels," including the locations of alternative fueling stations, laws and incentives, fuel economy, emissions, financial opportunities, industry trends, a glossary, links to related resources, and more.


Financial Planning for 20somethings - US News
If your kids are entering the workforce knowing little about living on a tight budget, the ins and outs of buying cars and houses, or managing credit, taxes, savings, and investments, here's an excellent place for them to start learning.


Neat New Stuff I Found This Week
Copyright, Marylaine Block, 1999-2008.


Sun., Sept. 14, 2008 - B J Pinchbeck's College Companion: All Things College / B J Pinchbeck's Homework Helper

BJ Pinchbeck’s College Companion: All Things College

From the founder of BJ Pinchbeck's Homework Helper ( )
“Now that I am 21 years old and attending Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, I decided it was time to start a new site that could help students prepare for and survive the college experience.”

Pre-College: Preparing for College Scholarships and Financial Aid Finding a College or University
Academics: Getting Acclimated Study Skills All About Careers Writing Skills Text Books Technology Students with Disabilities
Food: Easy Recipes Ordering Out
Social: Taking Care of Yourself Living Arrangements Interpersonal and Organizational Skills College Life Dating and Relationships Health and Safety Managing Money Fraternities and Sororities Taxes


Sun., Sept. 14, 2008 - Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy
From the site:
“Although there is more to learn about money than how to count coins and bills, the subject is largely ignored in most middle and high-schools. Today's six-pack of sites tackle saving, budgeting, earning, investing, and more.”

Page includes 9 links to related sites (5 annotated, 4 honorable mentions)

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