[K12OSN] Web based flash/java educational stuff

Chris Thomas cwt137 at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 16 22:05:16 UTC 2005

A place my school uses is www.ctw.org. Sesame Street
(Children's Television Workshop) is the most popular
thing in education media, IMHO. ctw.org is geard for
younger kids and has a lot of games in flash. Also
they have sound so make sure it's working.


--- Shawn Powers <spowers at inlandlakes.org> wrote:

> I feel like a heel asking a question, when I
> literally have 1600 unread 
> messages in my k12osn folder, BUT I hope someone can
> help.
> Would you be willing to send (either on list or off)
> web sites your 
> teachers use for web based learning?  Especially
> younger kids, but at 
> any level?
> I really am trying to push web-based bells and
> whistles, showing the 
> power of the internet and the thin clients, rather
> than to dwell on 
> "what software we can't use anymore"
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> -Shawn
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