OR Environ Lit Plan  |  Standards-All Subjects is a site that provides teachers with streaming videos that can be used for teaching purposes. NOTE: Vernonia Teachers, please download files and save to your udrive, streaming consumes a lot of the bandwidth and will slow down the network.

symbaloo.comThis is a link to the site that Anne Matschiner shared with us during our last Pacific University in-service of the 2012-13 Academic School Year.

If you have any questions please contact Anne at

Many of you have heard that Wikipedia is the free encyclopaedia anyone can edit, and develops accurate content but suffers vandalism. Wikipedia is not necessarily a childsafe environment and has "adult" content. HOWEVER, this selection of topics have been carefully chosen, tidied up, and checked for vandalism and suitability (by SOS Children volunteers, whom we gratefully acknowledge). We also gratefully acknowledge the Wikimedia Foundation for their support and their agreement to our use of the Wikipedia logo, and tens of thousands of contributors to Wikipedia who have written and researched the content in the first place, including this year adding content where gaps in the school curriculum were not covered



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A Few Words About SchoolTube
SchoolTube provides students and educators a safe, world class, and FREE media sharing website that is nationally endorsed by premier education associations.

SchoolTube is the recognized leader for moderated, internet media sharing for teachers and students. All student created materials on SchoolTube must be approved by registered teachers, follow local school guidelines, and adhere to our high standards.

So what are you waiting for? Join the SchoolTube revolution!



Tween Tribune 

"My classes have gone nuts over the website! They were laughing, sharing stories they found, and having a great time. They blogged on the site and I found it easy to print out their comments with the custom features!"

One of my students hates to write, yet he published two blogs on his first day on the site. He said, "I really like this!" He was truly proud of being a published writer.

Sherry Perkey, Smart's Mill Middle School, Leesburg, VA


Discovery Education  You've probably heard of the Discovery Channel, but have you heard of Discovery Education

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