|RYC - Recommended Resources|
This site generates a proper APA or MLA bibliography for your students after they enter the appropriate information. It also includes a place for them to take notes, which could take the place of paper note cards if you like. It has a learning curve, but it is much better than the old school way of trying to figure out where the period goes, what space you need where, etc… Have students use the same password because they will forget it!
This is a great resource for the research strategy mentioned by Ms. Barber. Since many of your projects will include some type of research, it's important to recognize the need to teach this skill so they can have the best chance of success on their project. The website is differentiated by age group.
A general educator resource site that contains a page dedicated to project-based learning with many tips on how to make your project successful. It also contains project ideas for every discipline.
This site is designed for language arts teachers but also contains resources for art, career, and social studies teachers. It contains hundreds of lesson plans and dozens of project ideas.
Want your supplies paid for? Register on this site and you could get donors to pay for the supplies for your project. You can also look at past projects and get project ideas.
You’ll want to teach your students that there are better ways of researching than “googling.” This is a list of website for academic research, including many free sites. I especially like www.googlescholar.com, which provides much more reliable source results than the regular Google search.