Nellies English Projects is an educational website for students and teachers whose aim is to motivate students for lifelong learning. It provides resources for teachers on how to integrate technology into the classroom by means of project based and experiential learning using WebQuests. The site provides many educational resources, articles,lesson plans, evaluation rubrics, reading practice and collaborative writing ideas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Search Engines are very helpful when you want to learn where to find information. They are the best ways to find information on any subject. I have added a search engine for my site. You can find out about the content of Nellie's English Project by using my search engine. In addition, the following search engines will make your search easier. Just write the word or words you are looking for.  Add "quotation" marks to make sure you get the exact words. For a more comprehensive tutorial on how to search the net go into Four NETS for Better Searching.

 

Learning how to search the web theme page: This "Theme Page" has links to information about searching the web. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. In addition, we have a link to a collection of popular search engines and subject directories for users who do not have ready access to these.

 

Searching for information: A thirty minute tutorial on how to use search engines to get the information you need fast.

 

Conducting Research:  How to find information on the Internet?

 

CLN (Community Learning Network) Learning How to Search the Web Theme Page

Four NETS for Better Searching
Written by Bernie Dodge

 

Searching lesson : Conducting a successful online search

 

NoodleQuest: A Search Strategy Wizard

 

The Southeast Initiatives Regional Technology in Education Consortium (SEIR*TEC) promotes the use of technology to improve teaching and learning by providing technical assistance and authentic professional development in the areas of curriculum and instruction, leadership for technology, policy, planning and evaluation, with emphasis on benefiting traditionally underserved populations, such as low income, urban, rural, racial, and language minority populations. It is one of ten regional technology consortia funded by US Department of Education, and Office of Education Research and Improvement.

 

Internet search engines are categorized by topic is our searchable directory of general and specialty search engines. Also listed are resources and tools for exploring the deep web, performing advanced research, and for learning about using search engine tools and technology.

 

Learn what Internet Literacy is, why it is important, and how to teach it to your students.

 

This website has many links to other educational search engines.

 

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