Directories, and Indexes
Most people begin their search for information
with a traditional search engine or index. Try the
word turtle or another word.
Compare your results with
three different tools.
- Middle School/High School/Adult
Search Tools for
Teachers and students may be more successful
using search tools designed specifically for
children and young adults.
Try the same search with
- Elementary/Middle School Starting
Educator's Lists of
Search tools can be time-consuming. Many
educators prefer to begin their search with lists
that have been developed by and for educators. If
you teach a specific subject area, consider
bookmarking the section of interest rather than the
index page. Use these tools
for general themes rather than narrow
Keeping up-to-date is difficult. Consider
joining a mailing list that can keep you up-to-date
on the latest popular sites.
Narrow your search to a few specific sites that
will be useful for students. Use the 42eXplore
index website as an example. Provide students
with handouts, bookmarks, or a web page.
Use the 42explore index to
search for your content area.
There are many short-term and long-term
Internet-based projects you could join. You can
also use these sites to get ideas for your own
projects. Use Virtual
Architecture to learn about all the different
types of projects you can join.