Other Resources

Other Resources

1. Contact your local public television channel. Many have free or very inexpensive classes which your students can take to learn about television production. Then they may also use the studios and equipment to create their own television show. This is a critical literacy for the 21st century - media literacy - and allows students to exercise a great deal of creativity.

2. Speaking of Creativity, please view this extremely inspirational video on Creativity in Schools by Sir Ken Robinson. This is a must see! He is speaking at a TED Conference. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design, and the purpose of these conferences is to bring together the world's most fascinating thinkers and doers, who are challenged to give the talk of their lives (in 18 minutes).

3. 21st Century Schools - if you would like to obtain additional professional development you may wish to attend one of our workshops on a variety of topics ranging from curriculum design and classroom management, to service learning, to after school programs for the 21st century student, to smaller learning communities and to another very important topic: obtaining the substantial funding you need to create your dream school! See our Workshops Page.

4. Great Race Sports, Inc. - these people are the organizers of The Great Race of 2008, and have wonderful resources on their web site.

Many more resources will be added over the next new days and weeks. We appreciate your suggestions!