Educational Links

Lanyon High School is not responsible for the content of any of the information or the contents of websites found offsite. These links are provided to assist with school work and home work.

Useful Links

  • Count me in too
    "Count Me In Too" uses a team-based approach to professional development with a focus on practice in the classroom. Teachers come to understand students' thinking in mathematics by carrying out individual interviews and using the information from this assessment as a starting place for teaching. The research-based learning framework then provides clear guidance for instruction so that it can build upon the most advanced thinking that students can demonstrate. Although "Count Me In Too" started with a sole focus on number learning, it has expanded into other aspects of mathematics learning, such as measurement and geometry. In each case, the focus has been on using a synthesis of the research to provide clear direction for teaching.
  • BBC Skillwise
    BBC Skillwise is a site that looks at Maths and English skills. It uses print outs and online activities.
  • NASA Education
    NASA's journeys into air and space have deepened humankind's understanding of the universe, advanced technology breakthroughs, enhanced air travel safety and security, and expanded the frontiers of scientific research. These accomplishments share a common genesis: education. As the United States begins the second century of flight, the Nation must maintain its commitment to excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education to ensure that the next generation of Americans can accept the full measure of their roles and responsibilities in shaping the future. NASA will continue the Agency's tradition of investing in the Nation's education programs and supporting the country's educators who play a key role in preparing, inspiring, exciting, encouraging, and nurturing the young minds of today who will be the workforce of tomorrow.
  • Project Gutenberg
    As every parent and student knows, books that are required reading are not always available, or if they are, students may misplace their copy before they finish the assignment. Project Gutenberg to the rescue. This site enables you to download more than 30,000 free electronic books to read on your computer, iPhone, Kindle, Sony Reader, or other portable device in a variety of file formats. You can search by title and author or browse their collection of classic works, many of which are available in audio editions as well.
  • Shakespeare Online
    This site is all about Shakespeare, with quizzes, translations and helpful hints, this website helps to make Shakespeare more accessible.
    This site provides help in a number of mathematics-related subjects, including basic grade-school math, calculus, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics. Practice exercises are automatically graded—and this free site also features a glossary, calculators, homework tips, math games, and lesson plans for teachers.
  • How stuff works
    Ever wanted to know why earthquakes happen? How CD burners work? What the sun is made of? These questions, and many others related to computers/electronics, automobiles, science, entertainment, and people, are all answered at this award-winning website. Simply type a query into the search window or peruse the topics by category. Extras include free newsletters, surveys, and printable versions of all answers.