Take the Past meets Present quiz.
Prove that you're a future Wiz.
If future vision is what you seek,
you'll need the key to take a peek.
Having trouble with the question?
Press the clue for hint reflection.
The key to knowledge is now yours
Use it wisely to open future doors.
Once within the doors of pleasure,
Seize the chance for cyber treasure.
Look for a Lady inviting visitors, yearning to be free,
and a realized Bronze Horse dream of Leonardo Da Vinci.
Tap her torch ablaze with fire.
At last you have your "key" desire.
Windows to the Universe
Education Development Center. Inc
Children's House Information Floor
I.S.T.E. Teacher Resources Student Projects
Virginia Art Education Association
Worlds of Leonardo Stanford University
Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Mr. Gigante The Teachers Page
Trafalgar Primary School Visual Arts Program
Kinder Art teachers artlinks
Educational CyberPlayGround Web Quests
Trails Regional Library Teen Links
Southern Utah University
4th and 5th Grade Student Research Resources
Web Sites for Students Grade 6 - Grade 8
Computer Applications 8th Grade
EduLinks Projects Online
MiddleWeb Links About Other Content Areas
Art and Music Sites to See
Robin's Nest for Writers and Web Surfers
Sacred Sites Favorite Links
Ideas and Insights
Willets HS Visual and Performing Arts Page
MentorLink Online Art Courses
Sixteenth Century Links
Brothers Judd Art Reviews
Tennys Education Page
Unit 4 Schools Interesting Web Sites
Interesting WWW Sites About Science
Alchemix Art Links
ThunderFire Education Portal
Dennis Yarmouth Regional High School Science Department Art Links
Free Stuff for Canadian Teachers
ESC 3 Arts
Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2000 09:50:20 -0600
From: Gayla Nelson email@example.com
Congratulations! Your site has won the Website 2000 Excellence Award from Gayla's Garden!
This year I am searching the net for the best web sites of 2000. I have received hundreds of applications for this award, but chosen very few. Many of the sites I have reviewed have been very good. But for this award, the standards of criteria have been raised beyond very good. A site must be original, there must be a great deal of content, it must be well written, and not just easy to navigate, but enjoyable to navigate. Pages must load quickly, yet graphical content is important. Only a maximum of 50 websites will receive this award during the year 2000. Your site has been selected as one of the 50.
Your site goes beyond very good. Your site is most worthy as a winner of the Website 2000 Excellence Award.
See your listing as a winner of this difficult to acquire award at http://www.gaylasgarden.com/winners.htm
Gayla Nelson, Webmaster
Social Studies Lesson Plans and Resources
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2000 13:15:22 -0600
From: Sass, Edmund ESASS@CSBSJU.EDU
Thanks for sending me these interesting sites. I thought I already included da Vinci site. However, I discovered the site I had already listed was Exploring Leonardo. At any rate, I will add your two sites this week, both to my homework help and lesson plans sites. Would you be wiling to link to my pages on your school site? If so, let me know and I will forward you the urls.
Professor of Education
College of Saint Benedict
Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 19:31:00 -0600
From: Edmund J. Sass firstname.lastname@example.org
I added links to the da Vinci site on both my history lesson plans page and my social studies homework help page. A link for the ArtiFAQ 2100 site has been added to my art page which is accessable from both the main index page (http://www.cloudnet.com/~edrbsass/edres.htm)and the homework help index (http://www.cloudnet.com/~edrbsass/HomeworkHelper.htm). I hope you don't mind, but I used some of the wording from your e-mail to describe the sites.
Ed Sass email@example.com
ArtFuture Collaborative Art Projects
Date: Wed, 6 Dec 2000 23:23:44 -0800
From: Alexa Smith
Sorry for the delay in getting you listed. Between the holiday and computer glitches, things were delayed. I should have you listed tomorrow and I will email you once it is up.
Technology for Teachers
Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2000 17:12:48 -0800 (PST)
From: Technology For Teachers firstname.lastname@example.org
First, thank you so much for the interest you've shown in Technology for Teachers! We have worked very hard to be something all teachers can find useful. I have to say, your message was rather timely, as I had just recently visited your Why is the Mona Lisa smiling site the previous week. I loved it! You've done a wonderful job.
However, strictly speaking, your sites are not virtual field trips.
"A Virtual fieldtrip is of an actual place, is interactive, and multimedia. The best ones give the illusion of actually being there (360 quicktime pictures, video, etc) as well as offer information. A really cool site is NOT necessarily a virtual fieldtrip."
However, in my webjaunts, i've noticed how many truly cool sites that are out there that are interactive, but don't fall into the VFT category. I have been creating an area to my site for interactive websites, that I would be happy and honored to add your sites to.
Lastly, you are welcome to join us at TappedIn, an online teaching community. There I lead discussion group sessions on technology in the classroom. The next session will be the fourth in the series on virtual field trips, and will be held on Monday, December 11, 2000 at 8 pm EST. Tapped In is a java based moo. There are volunteers who run the help desk, so you will have help if you find you need it. You can find TappedIn at http://www.tappedin.org
I hope this has been of some help, and once again, thank you very much for your interest and support:)!
Dave's Faves Browser & Media Players
Subject: award winning Bronx John F. Kennedy High School site - shining example!
Date: Fri, 08 Dec 2000 10:27:48 -0500
From: Dr. David Currie currie@ACCESS.ETSU.EDU
To: Steve Feld email@example.com
I just did a preliminary site visit - obviously an ambitious and successful project - I have to teach class here in TN in a few minutes and then have to run back up to the farm in VA - but I will definitely get your site added to the list late this afternoon - with some comments about the site - also, I am going to pass your letter and site address on to a number of my somewhat "technically reluctant" colleagues and to some of the faculty in our various "technology leadership programs." If you get a chance, I would ask you to visit my online physiology class website - it is always under construction, but like your site, has won an award or two - it is at http://de.etsu.edu/hsci3022/
Hey, thanks for the info about your great site and watch for the link-up that will appear later this afternoon!
Date: Fri, 8 Dec 2000 11:04:09 -0500 (EST)
From: ITI 0022 firstname.lastname@example.org
To: Steve Feld email@example.com
I am so sorry I did not get back to you sooner. I get about a hundred emails a day and around the time you sent your message, I was swamped with several projects. I will definitely look at your student's sites. I think that they would be worthy additions to Bobby D's Mysterious Science. I have made some design changes so that the navigational path within the website is more intuitive. I would be grateful if you would revisit the site. Maybe your students can start to use my site as a science study aid. That party was something, eh? Well, please use my other email address to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org I look forward to hearing from you in the near future. Have a great holiday season!
P.S. (URL-Bobby D's) http://iti.rutgers.edu/~iti2135/index.html Maybe you can place a link to Bobby D's on your student's sites if you have not done so already.
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2000 11:27:57 -0500 (EST)
From: Jack Robertson email@example.com
thanks for the tip on this Leonardo web site. it is quite impressive and you should be proud of your student's work!
I have added this site into my Fine Arts Library arts resources page:http://www.lib.virginia.edu/fine-arts/artres.html#artweb
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2000 17:52:09 +0100 (MET)
[Information in english further down!]
Vi har glädjen att meddela att sidan med denna URL: /13681/data/davin2.shtml
har tagits med i Länkskafferiet [http://lankskafferiet.skolverket.se/]. Länkskafferiet är en databas med kvalitetsgranskade webbplatser för skolbruk, särskilt för elever i åldrarna 10-15 år.
Tjänsten görs på uppdrag av Skolverket inom ramen för det svenska Skoldatanätet [http://www.skolverket.se/skolnet/]. Länkskafferiet aktualiseras och kompletteras regelbundet. En webbplats som är med i Länkskafferiet kan bytas ut och ersättas med en bättre. Tjänsten drivs och utvecklas av LUB NetLab [http://netlab.lub.lu.se/].
Med vänlig hälsning,
We are glad to announce that the page with this URL: /13681/data/davin2.shtml
has been included in Länkskafferiet (the Link Larder) [http://lankskafferiet.skolverket.se/]. The Link Larder is a database for educational use which consists of subject structured and quality assessed Internet information resources chosen for Swedish pupils, especially those between 10 and 15 years of age.
The Link Larder is a part of the Swedish Schoolnet [[http://www.skolverket.se/skolnet/english/index.html] and was comissioned by and has continuing support from the National Agency for Education. The database is regularly updated and extended. A web site in the Link Larder can be replaced by one with higher quality. The development work is carried out by LUB NetLab [http://netlab.lub.lu.se/].
The Link Larder Crew
Date: Mon, 11 Dec 2000 22:15:30 -0800
From: David Brear firstname.lastname@example.org
Organization: DKB Consulting
Steve, have you taken a look at my affliated site called Internet Sites that Work with Students at http://members.home.net/dbrear/G4.html as a possible link for your site. I have looked through your site. It is very impressive. Congrats to the students !! Would you be linking my site with yours ? Thanks,
PS I have just finished evaluating my UBC students for the Fall session. The last few days have been very hectic. Take a look at my school's Web site below. What do you think ? Thanks !!David Brear Course Facilitator for UBC EDCI 396C Web Site http://members.home.net/dbrear/index.html Award winning talk on "Internet Sites that Work with Students" URL, http://members.home.net/dbrear/G4.html Phone/fax 604 980 3130 Computer Contact Banting Middle School, Coquitlam, SD # 43 School Web Site http://www.sd43.bc.ca/schools/93/index.htm
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 2000 18:23:07 -0500
From: BJ Berquist
It was a pleasure meeting you! I'm glad you enjoyed the discussion. There are not too many more sessions scheduled for December, but you might want to take a look at the TAPPED IN calendar at http://www.tappedin.org/cgi-bin/calendar/calendar.cgi Most discussions are archived in the After School Online room (only members can retrieve them). I edited out most of your discussion with Donna at the end since it didn't have much to do with the Virtual Field Trip session. However, I can copy my recorder and send you that. I didn't see your discussion with Donna til I did the editing this morning...and saw where you showed the web page with your evaluation of TAPPED IN...WOW! I've talked with Deborah quite a bit about using TAPPED IN as a vehicle for the FluidArts project and am very excited that things are moving in that direction. If you need more information about how to introduce TI to your students, get student accounts, etc., I'd be happy to help.
Associate Educator, TAPPED IN
ps. I'll get out the transcript asap
Behind The News
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 12:06:52 +1100
From: Carol Cornish (08)8343 4625 email@example.com
Thank you for the email about your projects. We will certainly keep it in mind for the new year.
I have placed a link to the Edulink site on the BTN LINKS page - so that hopefully some students and teachers may find your material anytime.
Education Adviser ABC
Subject: Re: Animation Entry
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 14:12:50 -0800
From: Alyse Rome firstname.lastname@example.org
Organization: Amazing Kids!
Wow!!! Thank you for your amazing animation for the Amazing Kids! Animation Contest! What an incredibly creative, original animation! How did you come up with the idea?
We will be posting all animations in the coming weeks in our soon-to-be-launched Animation Station, so stay tuned...The winners will be announced in either late December or early January.
Thanks again for entering the contest! Keep up the great work!
Ms. Rome :)
Amazing Kids!TM - Helping Kids Realize Their Potential, One Kid at a TimeTM
Subject: Studentfactory.org contest winners announced
Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2000 12:12:49 +0200
From: Mihkel Pilv
To: Steve Feld
Do not know if this announcement reached you...
Contest "Virtual Learning on Real World Environment" is over.
Winners announced! Please read more: http://studentfactory.org/environment/winners.htm
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