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many of our pages. Some teachers
don't accept Wikipedia as and
informational source. They are a
starting point but not a
reliable primary source of
information. Use them to get an
understanding of the topic and
check the information they give
you. BY ALL MEANS DON'T COPY AND
PASTE ANYTHING WITHOUT THE
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The Classroom does not claim
all descriptions of sites to be their own words.
The Classroom makes no promises or representations about the gadgets on
this site as to quality. content or performance
is a totally free website that encourages, enhances and spreads educational
Founded by Sandy Arroyo in
1991, The Classroom was initially created as a
resource for his students. Soon his fellow teachers asked
for the same help and it eventually became
independent and expanded to over 900 pages. The
Site's main goal is to help all students,
teachers, administrators, researchers, scholars,
librarians, counselors and parents. It is and
will always be a free source of advice,
resources, instructions and internet
materials for those who seek knowledge and advice. With
the help of David Kennedy, Terry Mulrooney and Audrey
Kennedy it is now internationally recognized with multiple awards.
All those who work diligently for The Classroom
are volunteers who put in long hours of work and
advice. Financially the site is supported by
donations and the retirement income of Sandy
Arroyo. We would appreciate a gift or donation
of love to keep it online, the lights on and the
computers running. Any gift of any amount would
be appreciated to help sustain The Classroom.
Click on the link to the left and help The Classroom grow
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The Classroom Provides:
1. Students: advice in test
taking, homework, study skills and guidance, information and
financial aid. 2. Teachers, Administrators, Counselors:
advice, materials, worksheets, lesson plans,
test writing, classroom management, theories, methods,
discipline, and parent conferences. 3. Parents: homework
advice, school evaluation, discipline, conferences,
financial aid and parentingtips.
does one use The Classroom?
The Classroom is comprehensive
yet simple to use. You have three
ways of finding information.
1. Click on the search engine.
Type in a keyword and click find.
2. Click on the Index-Sitemap
and find the topic you seek.
3. Web Resources: Websites,
videos, online books, databases, statistics
and other primary and secondary sources
await you. Once on one of our pages, just
click on any of the links that opens sites
related to your field of interest.