As you've come to expect, this is NOT an all-inclusive, set-in-stone smorgasbord of resources to be used in building curriculum and effective classroom instruction. In the Digital Age, resources appear continuously. Isn't it wonderful?





WEB
Stratalogica -- http://www.stratalogica.com/NystromDigital/home/home.html Why would we ever use text booksagain ???

Animated Atlas Growth of a Nation

Exploratorium: The Museum of Science, Art and Human Perception

**Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE)** Updated frequently!

Google Earth Blog (Absolutely mind-boggling what others are doing with Google Earth)

Google Maps

Google Moon

Hubble Heritage Image Gallery Simply astounding.

Juicy Geography Lessons for implementing Google Earth from a British teacher.

Map Builder (BETA) This site is an interesting mash-up.

Microsoft's World Wide Telescope

My Wonderful World A National Geographic-led campaign for kids and geographic literacy.

Nation Master Astounding. I can see why the NY Times and the BBC were enthralled. It's the UN's CyberSchool Bus, the CIA Fact Book, and the World Almanac rolled up into a Digital Age bundle.


National Geographic Society

Penn Pilot: Historic Aerial Photographs of Pennsylvania Spellbinding!

Pennsylvania Alliance for Geographic Education

Pennsylvania Physiographic Provinces Map (from DCNR)

Teacher Tube

United Nations Cyber School Bus


PRINT

Diamond, Jared. Guns, Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies. WW Norton, 2005.