- ADD Resources
- ADD Resources is a rapidly growing national non-profit organization whose mission is to help people with ADD/ADHD achieve their full potential through support and education. Their website offers 100 free and carefully chosen articles helpful to adults with ADD/ADHD and to parents of children with ADD/ADHD, a free monthly eNews, 100 links to other ADHD-related websites, the National ADHD Directory, and more.
- American Educational Research Association
- AERA is the home for many educational and instructional psychologists.
- Athabasca University, Educational Studies
- The Athabasca University provides a number of courses in Educational Studies that may be of interest to students who:
- are taking social science and humanities courses
- are considering a professional teaching qualification
- need to upgrade their existing teaching qualifications
- need to undertake professional development courses
- are considering changing the direction of their professional work
- Education Consumers Clearinghouse
- "The Education Consumer's Clearinghouse is an Internet mailing list whose purpose is to empower education's consumers. It serves as a medium for communication and source of consumer-friendly advice and expertise. Subscribers are able to ask questions, post information and opinion, or just listen. It is supported by advertising and free to users.".
- Education Policy Analysis Archives
- Electronic journal has online articles.
- Global SchoolNet
- Provides access to resources relevant to global project-based learning, problem-based learning, and online collaborative learning.
- Media Awareness Network
- The mission of this organization is to "promote and support media education in Canadian schools, homes, and communities through a world class Internet site." You can find media issues, web awareness information, critiques, media history, and more.
- National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)
- School psychology resources.
- Personal Construction Theory
- Site provides information about personal construct theory and links to other resources.
- Personal Counseling in Secondary School Education
- Article discusses how to counsel adolescents.
- Traditional Intelligence Theories
- Site provides information about how schools have been impacted by traditional theories of intelligence, how they may be impacted by the theory of multiple intelligences. It also provides information about Howard Gardner.
- Emotional Intelligence Site
- "The information on this independent site covers everything from the academic and corporate definitions of emotional intelligence to articles on parenting, relationships and emotional and sexual abuse."
- History of Influences in the Development of Intelligence Theory and Testing
- Article provides information about people who have made influential contributions to intelligence theory and testing.
- Site provides a small amount of information about intelligence theories and quite a few links to other resources concerning intelligence.
- One Intelligence or Many?--Alternative Approaches to Cognitive Abilities
- This article looks at theories about general intelligence and multiple intelligences.
- The Emergence of Intelligence
- Article discusses the evolution of intelligence.
- Association for Direct Instruction
- "The Association for Direct Instruction is a non-profit organization dedicated to dissemination of information on effective, research-proven practices for schools.".
- Instructional Design and Learning Theories
- Article discusses the three major learning theories of behaviorism, cognitivism, and constructivism and their relation to instructional design.
- How the Brain Learns Best
- This article discusses how to obtain "optimal learning in the classroom by activating different parts of the brain.".
- Positive Trends in Learning
- This web book discusses many topics concerning education including the diversity of students, thinking skills, cooperative learning, arts in education, technology, accelerated learning, and the learning environment.
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