Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
The United Kingdom Achievers International Ltd. invites students to form a company exporting and importing local products to and from a foreign partner group.
Adventure Learning Foundation
This source gives students the opportunity to track travelers on a trip, and take a close look at photographs and travel journals from Southern Africa, Peru, Mexico, Guatemala, Baja California, Alaska and Yukon.
Africa-Sights and Sounds of a Continent
The University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries provides a collection of greetings and songs from Africa. Additionally, images, buildings, artisans and cultural subjects are offered for learning on this site.
African Wildlife Foundation (AWF)
Africa’s wildlife, geographical regions, and the AWF conservation project are detailed from AWF.
Agribusiness in a Global Environment
Curriculum in global marketing and international trade is provided for junior and senior high school students on this web site.
This web site presents physical and political maps of countries around the world.
Discover life in ancient Egypt through this web site.
Ancient Egypt: Science and Technology
Study Egypt through this interactive web site. Factual information about mummies, hieroglyphs, Pharaoh’s and insight on technology use for study is included.
The British Museum provides this interactive web site of in-depth information investigating Ancient India.
Ancient World Mapping Center
This web site provides free, downloadable maps of the ancient world. Aegean Sea, ancient Greece, Italy and Egypt are among the many offerings on this site.
This interactive web site offers teachers and students discussion lists for studying Asia.
Asian Historical Architecture
Pictures are presented from sites across Asia, including temples, shrines, palaces, houses, academies, fortress, tombs, gardens and engineering works. Short descriptions and maps accompany many images.
The Atlas of Canada
Presents geographic information and maps at the national level.
Full profiles provide an instant guide to history, politics and economic background of countries.
Blue Zones - Quest for the true fountain of youth
Investigate why people in different parts of the world live longer than in others at this web site.
The British Museum
The British Museum site provides a resource of exhibits and information exploring the past and present of cultures throughout the world.
C-SPAN Classroom Resources
Educators will find resources on civics, government, current events, economics, history, language arts, and international relations on this site sponsored by C-SPAN.
This site offers insight into the ethics of international policy. Resources include pod casts, events, programs and articles.
The CHOICES Program
Secondary students will be engaged in international issues through professional development materials and workshops through Brown University’s program, Choices.
Join in new projects and collaborate with math teachers from around the world at this site.
The Globe Program
This program is a school-based program that reaches both primary and secondary students through authentic scientific activities. Students will deepen their understanding of atmosphere, hydrology, soils, and land cover by using scientifically valid measurements. Other programs and educational resources are available through this site.
This free online learning journey is filled with images, movies, photo albums, and curriculum resources. Visitors take a closer look at the Artic and its climate, history, people, ecology, politics, legends and languages.
The Greatest Places
Authentic resources for students to investigate the Amazon, Greenland, Iguazu, Madagascar, Namib, Okavango, and Tibet. Journals, video clips, recipes, bibliographies, maps and games available on this site.
Historic Maps in K-12 Classrooms
This web site features lessons and teacher resources that accompany a collection of maps for grades K-12.
In Search of the Ways of Knowing Trail
Take a virtual trip through the African rainforest with students to discover the people, plants and animals that live there.
This database gives students the opportunity to compare statistical information from countries all over the world.
NewsHour Extra Teacher Resources
Teachers are provided with recent news stories from PBS’ NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. This site includes lesson plans, extension activities and more. Plans are available for 7 areas and are updated monthly.
Newspaper Pictorials: World War I Rotogravures
A time line of images capturing World War I “before and after the United States became involved” are provided, along with written details highlighting life at home and a far during this time period.
Free lesson plans, student resources and more are provided at this National Geographic site.
Oanda Currency Converter
This site, hosted by National Public Radio, offers currency information from around the world. Current exchange rates, coverters, historical exchange rates and much more are offered.
This resource offers visitors dramatic images of Baja, California focusing on the creation and conservation of an oasis. Teachers will find resources including lesson plans and field guides for use in classroom. Topics include the curricular areas of science, geography, and conservation.
The BBC and Open University provide this online portal for learning more about the world.
Panoramas: North American Landscape in Art
A “virtual exhibition” of landscape art is offered at this site, celebrating the history, culture and beliefs of Mexico, Canada and the United States.
This website provides librarians, teachers, and publishers resources and information about literature about and from the South Asia and Pacific Rim area.
Uncover information about the Peace Corps through photos, interviews, and videos provided by volunteers who serve. This site also provides lesson plans and information about the countries served.
Peace Corps World Wise Schools
Peace Corps offers this source for teachers and students. Students will find information about the culture, economy, government, and geography of a variety of countries. Teachers will discover activities, lesson plans and much more. In addition, a glimpse of the life of a Peace Corps volunteer is offered.
PEARL World Youth News
This site, inspired by journalist Daniel Pearl, provides international news through the eyes of secondary students, An opportunity for publishing and writing articles exists through this site.
People's Movement for Human Rights Education
This site addresses human rights issues in the arena of social and economic topics.