"free" website for quick assessments. http://www.henryanker.com students can choose each level. All subject areas (even sign language). Students will receive a percentage at the end of each test.

Clarence Valley Community of Schools wiki - lots of great links
KS2Bitesize Interactive Learning Objects/IWB Resources
Crickweb Interactive Learning Objects
http://iwb.ictcentre.wikispaces.net/K-6 IWB training notebook and K-12 resources
Teaching Resources NSW Riverina Institute of TAFE wiki
EMINTS IWB resourcesGrapplings Spectrum
http://www.recipes4success.com/index.php
http://www.emints.org/
http://www.emints.org/xmodres/links/interactivewhiteboards.shtml
http://www.emints.org/xmodres/activities/


With thanks to Margo Metcalf, you may be interested in taking a look at http://www.teachersintouch.net - they have provided a whole swag of free resources for teachers who are ready to integrate technology into the curriculum. Each lesson plan and project is mapped to the Board of Studies technology requirements and mapped to the Australian curriculum. Click on "Free Lessons" to get Lesson Projects, Plans, Ideas and "How To" Guides. They have several resources which cover both primary and high schools, across multiple KLAs. Well worth visiting.
http://www.teachersintouch.net/

WebQuests are among the most fascinating applications on the Web for educators. Student-centred and inquiry-based, a WebQuest challenges students to explore the web for information. Most WebQuests include the links that are appropriate for students to research as well as suggestions for further research. Found the following very interesting site at the University of Wollongong with instructions for how to create Web Quests and Learning Objects. Learning Objects are any digital resource that can be used to support learning. They are stored in databases called repositories. Just click the six step jigsaw pieces at the site: http://brink2.uow.edu.au/%7Ewebquest/webquest.htm

Loads more ideas at:
http://stuhasic.com/internet/index.htm

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