Sunday, September 30, 2007

Research

After looking at all of these websites, I think that they are all great resources and tools for teachers to use. It is good for us to have these websites as part of our "toolbox" for when we become teachers. My only problem is that I don't know how to go about finding websites like these. When someone else tells me a website to go to, I can find it with no trouble and recognize how great of a site it is. However, when I have to go out on my own and find a useful and reliable website, I find myself having a lot of difficulties. I am wondering shares in my deficiency to conduct internet research or if anyone who finds such a task fairly easy would be willing and able to share some of their wisdom.

1 comment:

Leah Nillas said...

Searching using any search engines (google, yahoo, etc) is the first step. Sources include websites of teaching organizations in your subject area, publishers, school or district websites, U.S. Department of Education, and national or federal organizations. It is important to search for local, national and international websites to make your search comprehensive.