Category: Resource - Instructional Technology at MASE
Wonderopolis is a place where wonder and learning are nurtured through the power of discovery, creativity, and imagination.  

Visit their site daily to check out their "Wonder of the Day".  Click here to go to Wonderopolis. 
As a classroom teachers, we are always on the hunt for great classroom resources.  It's tough to keep up with all the great things we come across.  LiveBinders appears to be a great option for organizing and sharing resources that we discover online. 

Check out a sample from LiveBinders below.
Project Gutenberg offers over 33,000 free books for download.  The ebooks can be read on a laptop or on various mobile devices.  Project Gutenberg offers everything from classic novels to periodicals.

Check out Project Gutenberg here.
"Visuwords™ online graphical dictionary — Look up words to find their meanings and associations with other words and concepts."

Check out Visuwords at
Great warm up activity for your students!  Click here to see the question of the day.
"The Bugscope project provides free interactive access to a scanning electron microscope (SEM) so that students anywhere in the world can explore the microscopic world of insects. This educational outreach program from the Beckman Institute's Imaging Technology Group at the University of Illinois supports K-16 classrooms worldwide."

Check out Bugscope here.
From the Calcblog website:

"Calcblog provides useful tips and tutorials to help you use your graphing, scientific and financial calculator more effectively. Our site covers a host of topics for students, educators and working professionals, including basic math, calculus, finance, statistics, data analysis, as well as test prep for standardized tests such as the SAT, GRE, and GMAT. With the information on our site, you’ll be able to do more with your calculator in no time."

Check out Calcblog here.
I don't know about you, but I can always use tips on organization and classroom resources.  This site has me covered!

Check out here.
A fellow educator shares their top ten education resource sites.  Check out their blog post here.
I came across this blog post by high school Physics teacher, Frank Noschese.  Several great ideas for using digital cameras in the the science classroom.

Check out his blog post here.