Professional Development Opportunities for K-12 Teachers
The pages below offer a variety of opportunities for teachers to continue their professional development through the World Wide Web:
- Pennsylvania Art Education Association:
Jennifer Oldakowski and James Ritchey developed this site for Art Educators.
- Graduate Student Organization:
Laurence Axtell designed this location to support graduate students at Penn State University.
- Cultural Bias:
Ruth Lowery and Dorothy Vanette provide a guide to evaluate cultural bias in instructional materials.
- Cultural Centers on Predominantly White Campuses:
Javier Peraza organizes institutional opportunities at university campuses which can support the creation of cultural centers by minority students.
- Internet Help for Teachers:
Denise Tyson designed a beginning page of information for teachers who want to learn a bit more about the internet.
- Importance of the Internet:
John Thompsen designed a presentation for his school board members to support an initiative to bring access to the school.
- A Pre-Service School House:
Nancy Yost designed a school building with various resources to help first year teachers and pre-service student teachers.
- Beginning Help with World Wide Web:
Designed by Dean Cooke to help folks get their bearings straight.
- The Curricular Internet
(developed by Professor Jamie Myers and his students) Information on how to create web pages for classroom use and examples by teachers are provided.