Canku Ota - A Newsletter Celebrating Native America
October 7, 2000 - Issue 20

Favorite Sites
by Vicki Lockard from various sources

The GetTech program is a response to growing concern that too few young
people understand how studying math, science and technology in junior high
school can lead to rewarding careers.
Get Tech


The goal of America Reads is to ensure that every child can read well and independently by the end of the third grade - here's how it works and how national service can help.
America Reads


Fact Monster, a part of Information Please, is a reference site for young
students. It includes fun facts, homework help, and cool games and quizzes.
FactMonster: On-Line Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Homework Help


E-Buddies creates e-mail friendships between people with and without mental retardation. It is the newest program offered by Best Buddies, a nonprofit organization that provides friends and jobs to people with mental retardation.


I am including this section every month for you to use. As your dictionary expands you might find these very basic rules helpful.
Lakota Language Monthly Listings


Classroom Connect, Inc., is an innovative Internet company that develops and markets original, Web-based curriculum products and professional development programs for K-12 education.
Classroom Connect


The mission of the One Sky, Many Voices Project is to create innovative, inquiry-based K-12 weather curricula that utilize current technologies such as CD-ROMs and the World Wide Web for the interactive study of current weather and air quality. Students, teachers, parents and scientists can participate from classrooms, homes, after-school programs or other educational settings.
One Sky Many Voices


Welcome to History Matters, designed for high school and college teachers of U.S. History survey courses, this site serves as a gateway to Web resources and offers unique teaching materials, first-person primary documents and threaded discussions on teaching U.S. history.
History Matters

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