A totally free index of Internet resources for the K-12 Community.
Tips for Parents
Sometimes parents, even those who use technology in their jobs, leap ahead without professional partnering.
For example, one on-line service portrays a parent, wishing he could go to a sports event rather than accompanying his child to a library to prepare a report on dinosaurs. Lo and behold, a friend demonstrates how a service can provide a 2 page encyclopedia article about dinosaurs and off they go to the sports arena, printout in hand.
Cyberkids offers an opportunity for young artists and composers to display their work. The site has educational games and other resources. One would describe this publishing opportunity as "free-hand" rather than school-like. learn more
Every night in millions of homes across the country you can imagine the scenario: the age-old story of children and their homework. In an attempt to cope, parents will use trial and error, bribery, threats, reasoning, and anything they hope will work. Here are some techniques and tips for parents to facilitate the process of… learn more
This agreement between my parents and me applies to the devices that I use, which include a computer, laptop, phone, tablet, gaming system, smart watch, smart speaker, television, streaming device, e-reader, and any digital device I own, use, or borrow to look up information and connect with people. learn more
This web site was created for parents seeking information related to questions about raising children in a bilingual environment. Multilingual Education is a challenging task requiring much creativity, continuity, and dedication for those parents raising children in such an environment. learn more
This was the introduction video for a parenting seminar on "Communicating With a Teen Who Won't Talk," held at Natomas High School in Sacramento, CA. It looks at talking with parents from the teenager's perspective and looks at how to make that communication "easier". learn more