School of the Web – Free Resource

As some of you may be aware, much of Queensland has faced unprecedented flood waters to start 2011.  Due to this flooding (at one stage, 75% of the state!), many students are isolated by the flood waters, or evacuated from their homes and communities.  I have created a site for those students with internet connection (or an iPhone) to access to keep their minds active during this time.  This site is called: School of the Web.


The site not only includes links to a collection of free websites, but also contains an ‘apps’ section for those students who may have an iPhone, but no PC internet connection.  Many students out west (where I taught for 3 years) are often in this situation.

I encourage you to share this site with any students (and teachers) you know that may be affected by the floods. I also encourage you to visit the Premier’s website and donate, if you can, to the Premier’s Flood Relief Fund – every donation helps!

My heart goes out to all of those families across Australia that have been affected by these floods.  My thoughts are with you all at this time.



Posted on 17/01/11, in General. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. What an excellent resource! Thanks so much for this, not only is it useful for flood affected students, but a great resource for any student or teacher anywhere. Carolyne

  2. What a wonderful idea 🙂

  3. Congratulations on taking an active role in supporting kids at such a stressful time for them. Great initiative.
    I will try and spread the word 🙂

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