Here you will find information regarding Masters in Teaching programs, seminars,
and other workshops and information designed to enhance your skills as an
- The Education Network of Maine
provides teachers and other educators with the opportunity to take
courses, enroll in degree programs, and further advance their knowledge
via a comprehensive voice, video and data system (supplemented by real
live humans) statewide. The ENM is its own entity within the University of
Maine system and currently offers seven full associate degrees, five
bachelor's degrees, and three masters degrees in Education, Industrial
Technology and Library & Information Science.
- Wow!University of Arkansas has their College of Education
on-line; included in this listing are sections for students (graduate and
undergraduate), information for parents and teachers, and a plethora of
well-researched educational resources and information.
- GC EduNET's WWW
Server - An Outreach Effort of the School of Education at
Georgia College in Milledgeville, GA.
- Wow!1999 NEH Summer
Seminars and Summer Institutes for School Teachers - Ah! With topics
that can make even the most hardened educator drool with joy. I sure wish
I could get to go to these - make the most of your summer with a course
that's exciting and fun and, for the most part, government-sponsored.
- On the Horizon online -
the environmental scanning newletter for leaders in education
- The Peterson's Educational Center An
Education Information Center.
- Seattle University offers a masters in teaching
program and a certification program for both elemntary and secondary
- Urban Education Web
housed at Columbia University in New York City has announcements about
conferences for the urban educator and summaries of recent publications.
You will also find articles and recommended readings here as well.
- Walden University offers doctoral
programs "over the Net" in Administration/Management, Education, Health