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Classroom Activities
   Developing a Hypothesis
   Think Aloud #2
   Think Aloud #1
   ESL/ELD and Sheltered/SDAIE Lesson Plans
   ASL Rose
   National List of Dual Language Schools
   Diversity and Democracy
   History and Herstory
   Justice and Gender
   Reflection and Reform
   Students and Standards
   Nicholas Meier, Ph.D. of CSU Monterey Bay
   U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics
   California State Standards for the Teaching Profession
   Ten Reasons to Teach
   RNT Top 5 Reasons to Teach
   Teachers Count
   How Much Do Teachers Earn?
   No Voice Left Behind
   CSU Stanislaus Faculty Website
   Jill Kerper Mora Ed.D.
   Jim Cummins’ ESL and Second Language Learning Web
   LeAnn Grogan Putney, Ph.D
   James Crawford’s – Language Policy Web Site & Emporium
   James Crawford’s – Links
   James Crawford’s – Ten Common Fallacies About Bilingual Education
   Stephen Pollard
   Stephen Krashen’s Home Page
   Stephen Krashen’s Editorial / Opinion Page
   Stephen Krashen – “Second Language Acquisition and Second Language Learning”, originally published by Pergamon Press in 1981 – NOW Online
   Azusa U.S.D. Bilingual Services
   Alma Flor Ada
   Mem Fox
   Write to Read
   Kenji Hakuta
   Sandra Lee Smith
   English Language Development NET
   Allyn & Bacon Professional Books – “A Vision of Vygotsky”
   Allyn & Bacon Professional Books – “Critical Pedagogy, Notes from the Real World”
   The Role of Children in the Design of New Technology
   We learn by doing
   Technology and Young Children
   Alliance for childhood – Computers and children
   Early Childhood Study of Language and Literacy Development of Spanish-Speaking Children
   ERIC Digests
   Technology and Early Literacy: A Recipe for Success
   Using Technology in the Classroom: Constructivist Pedagogy
   Links to Digital Divide Resources
   Learning to Read and Write: Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Young Children IRA & NAEYC Position Statement Adopted May 1998
   Critical Issue: Addressing the Literacy Needs of Emergent and Early Readers
   Technology In Early Childhood Education: Finding the Balance
   No Child Left Behind
   Learning Theory Resources A Collection
   Northwest Regional Education Laboratory
   Classroom Language and Literacy Learning
   The Role of Language in Literacy Acquisition
Elementary and Early Childhood Education
English, Languages, Reading/Language Arts
International Education
Keeping Educators Informed
   Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Educators
   California Teacher Association
   Education World
   Education Week on the Web
   The Educational Technology Journal
   The Ten Best Web Sites for Educational Technology
   Early Literacy Websites for Educators
Social Studies

Constructivism and Technology Websites
Provided by Brian Briggs, MA student at CSU, Sacramento
   Celebrities in Cognitive Science
   Using Technology to Enhance Literacy
   Guide to Theories of Learning
   Technology and Multiple Intelligences
   We learn by doing
   Constructivism and technology
   Constructivism and Technology
   Educational Philosopher Library Support Page
   LOGO, Papert & Piaget – Constructivism for Constructivists
   Constructivism Meets Technology
   Constructivism Meets Technology
   Project Based Learning with Multimedia
   School Reform: What Role can Technology Play in a Constructivist Setting
   Using Constructivism in Technology-Mediated Learning: Constructing Order out of the Chaos in the Literature
   The Formation of Children’s Technological Concepts: A Study of What it Means To Do Technology from a Child’s Perspective
   more Theories
   How Technology Enhances Howard Gardner’s Eight Intelligences
   Creating Minds – An Anatomy of Creativity – By Howard Gardner
   Children as Design Partners: An Introduction
   Developmentally Appropriate Practices in Early Childhood Education
   Learning with software: pedagogies and practice – Learning Theories
   Constructivism, Technology, and the Future of Classroom Learning
   ERIC References to: Constructivism – Elementary
   Behaviorism, Cognitivism and Constructivism
   Computers and Young Children
   Vygotsky Resources
   Classroom Compass – Construction Knowledge in the Classroom
   Constructivism and Technology: On the Road to student Centered Learning
   The Marriage of Technology and Constructivism
   Constructivism – From Essentialism to Constructivism: Philosophy of Technology at the Crossroads
Web Page Tips
   Frontpage Tutorial
   Rubistar- Create Rubrics for your Project-Based-Learning Activities
   Web Tips
Web Quests
   WebQuest Taskonomy: A Taskonomy of Tasks
   A lot of WebQuest Links
   Education World Interview with Bernie Dodge
   Brian Briggs

The following websites are being shared by the graduate students from EDML
5000, Multilingual Education in the Content Areas. Thanks to JP for
organizing them for us.