Technology Leadership Symposium 2001 is a exemplary model of what
high school students can do using new technologies. "24 high school
students from around the United States and South Africa contributed
their ideas for creating an ideal learning environment for students
in high school.
Web Research Guideprovides interactive lessons
for conducting research. Tutorials include
Evaluating Websites for reliable information and
Citing Web Pages that focuses on avoiding plagiarism and provides citation guidelines.
engages collaborative teams of students from around the world in the
process of designing educational websites for use on the Internet. You
can access the Thinkquest
Library, a culmination of over twelve years of online web development,
or find out more
about how you can become a member of a Thinkquest design team.
- At EnglishCompanion.com five students share written responses
to a Picture of the Day from Weekly Reader magazine.
- High School Journalism provides links to over
400 high school newspapers, resources for high school journalists, and scholarship information for pursuing a degree in journalism.
- iEARN: International Education and Resource Network.
Students can engage in collaborative educational projects
that enhance learning and make a difference in the world.
- Merlyn's Pen features fiction, essays and poems by America's teens.
- Potato Hill Poetry offers "Poems of the Month" by students and teachers,
poetry lesson ideas, as well as information about
Contests and Publishing for students of all ages.
- Skipping Stones International Multicultural Magazine
provides electronic versions of selected stories that can be read online.
- Want to find out about life in Thailand? Visit Thai Students Online. This site
offers opportunities for students to interact through web board discussions, blogs, and chat rooms as they learn about Thailand.
- Teen Voices and Teen Ink
are two online magazine that feature teen writing.
- Write Net offers online poetry workshops for teachers.
- YO! Youth Outlook is a newspaper just for teens. Submissions are
accepted for publication on many topics: news stories, entertainment, lifestyle, sports, and more.
In the Studio features audio and video recordings
with opportunities for students to post comments/responses.
This page last updated March, 2005.