When I began compiling sites for the Projects page, I was amazed at the wealth of projects available on-line. Choosing which one you want your students to participate in may be one of the hardest decisions that you'll have to make as you browse through these sites. I have listed the K-12 sites that have a variety of projects first. The next section deals with individual projects. Not all of these projects may be active at the present time, but I have included them here as samples as they may give you some ideas on designing your own project.
Once again, please send me any sites for this Project page that I have not included. I also ask for your assistance in keeping me posted on any links that may be no longer active.
This is a wonderful resource for those looking for projects! It is a listserv that brings a steady flow of great projects directly to your e-mail address when you join. There most definitely will be some for you to become involved in if you choose.
Chard: The Project ApproachThe projects featured here are mainly collaborative studies of real world topics. Children do field work, develop personal interests in different aspects of the topic and pursue a variety of investigations. They represent their growing understanding in many ways through drawing, writing, designing graphs and charts, block construction and dramatic play.
Educational ProjectsDescriptions of projects designed and implemented through the use of telecommunications. Students have the opportunity to participate in many projects resulting in worldwide contacts which foster greater global understanding. This site will get you started on your way to designing and implementing your own projects.
Electronic Emissary Home PageThis site is a way for people working in similar disciplines at different educational levels to find each other on the Internet, so that collaborations can be planned and implemented.
European Schools ProjectThe European Schools Project (ESP) is a project for promoting telecommunication between primary and secondary schools all over the world.
Global Online Adventure Learning Home PageExplorers of all ages are invited to join this growing list of educational adventures with an emphasis on science, technology and nature.
Global SchoolNet's Internet Projects Registry
I*EARNThe International Education and Resource Network enables young people to undertake projects designed to make a meaningful contribution to the health and welfare of the planet and its people.
ILTweb: K-12: Index
Intercultural E-Mail Classroom Connections
International Schools CyberFair 98: Share and Unite
Judi Harris' Network-Based Educational Activity Structures
Learning Together With the Internet: Teacher and Student Resources
NickNacks: Collaborative Education on the Internet
Peter Lalor Secondary College Internet Projects
School Internet Projects
The Annenberg/CPB K-12 Math and Science Project
Turner Adventure Learning
A World Wide Christmas Calendar
Flat Stanley Home Page
The Newsday Project
GLOBE - International Hands-On Science and Education
I Lost My Tooth
Mouse Trap Powered Vehicles Challenge!
Neptune Series: OceanEXPO Program Details
Pineapple Project Home Page
Reflections '97 - Internet Yearbook - Senior
Sailing thru Science
Save the Beaches Homepage
Scyberspace Scavenger Hunt
Tales of Traditional Wisdom
The Monster Exchange Program
US Geological Survey: Ask-A-Geologist
World's Largest ... Cross Country Tour - Junior
YLP Exemplary Mini-Units, Fall 1994
E-MAIL PEN-PAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS
Keypals Main Directory
KIDCAFE-SCHOOL: KIDLINK's School Keypals for Youth 10-15