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School Site of the Month(5)

Sometimes good things come in plain packages; for example, the Web site for Dalby South State School in Dalby, Queensland, Australia (www.dalbsoutss.eq.edu.au). The home page provides simple categorized links, but there are some gems here. Explore the Curriculum areas to learn about education in Australia. Visit the
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Sometimes good things come in plain packages; for example, the Web site for Dalby South State School in Dalby, Queensland, Australia (www.dalbsoutss.eq.edu.au). The home page provides simple categorized links, but there are some gems here. Explore the Curriculum areas to learn about education in Australia. Visit the Lesson Plans page for a collection of elementary teaching resources such as the Fact or Fancy: Unexplained Phenomena WebQuest. The Our Students area features an individual classroom each week-a great strategy to get every class online!

Susan Brooks-Young is an educational consultant and writer.

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