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  • Career and Technical - Vocational Information Center

    Resources on this page include links to general information about vocational education, career and technical education, and workforce preparation. You will also find resources for history of vocational education, current legislation news, statistics, associations, organizations and vocational teacher preparation programs.

  • Center for Occupational Research & Development (CORD)

    Introduction to Problem Solving in the Information Age: New, free book by Dave Moursund

    (Moursund, D.G. (October, 2007). Introduction to problem solving in the Information Age. Eugene, OR: Information Age Education.

    This free, short (99 pages) book is intended primarily for preservice and inservice teachers of K-12 students, and the teachers of these teachers. In this book, the term problem solving includes posing and solving problems, posing and accomplishing tasks, posing and answering questions, and posing and making decisions.

    Problem solving is an integral component of every academic discipline. Humans solve problems using their physical and mental capabilities, and tools that they have developed. The Information Age has brought us a wide range of computer-based tools that are powerful aids to problem solving. Now, more than ever, it is important to stress problem solving and higher-order critical thinking throughout our educational system.

    PDF version of the book,com_docman/task,doc_download/gid,118/

    MS Word version of the book,com_docman/task,doc_download/gid,119/

    Other free computer-in-education books by Dave Moursund,com_docman/Itemid,33/

    Dave Moursund
    Teacher Education, College of Education, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403

    Information Age Education Wiki
    From OCTM list-serv

  • Consortium for Entrepreneurship Education
  • Cooperative Learning
  • Curriki

Curriki is more than your average Web site; we're a community of educators, learners and committed education experts who are working together to create quality materials that will benefit teachers and students around the world.




The Freechild Project connects with organizations and individuals who support young people and social change. They do this by actively advocating through training, networking, and researching with many interconnected realms of social change.


Grant Wrangler is a grants listing service available at no charge. They make it easier for teachers to find funding, and help grant-giving organizations more effectively promote grants to teachers and schools. To search for the latest classroom and teacher grants or sign up for our monthly bulletin, go to





Pennsylvania Department of Education Related Links


Scholarship Listings


  • Tech Soup

    Free online classes for non-profits on all things related to technology including software, hardware, databases, and funding.




  • Youth Venture

    Don't forget to login to our Ventures Only section for free workshops you can download. Learn how to build a Web site, give effective presentations, and more!

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