A totally free index of Internet resources for the K-12 Community.
While programming websites or apps are beyond the scope of most teachers, your students could be another matter. If blooming Webmasters attend you to school, talk with them about the possibilities; you will be helping them towards employment and they will help you stay on the cutting edge.
Crunchzilla is a fun way to get kids excited about programming. It combines games and tutorials so kids can experiment, play with code, build, and learn. Includes separate tracks for older and younger children. learn more
Google Maps includes satellite zooming in and out as part of its map service. Your younger students will get a kick out of finding their home and school. Look for new features, like traffic reports and 3D street level views of selected cities. learn more
W3Schools' tutorial starts with a simple Display Date button and goes thru the language step-by-step. The built in Try It Yourself buttons allow you to see and modify the examples right on your web browser (no Notepad required!). W3Schools is our webmaster's go-to site for all things Internet. learn more