This category is dedicated resources for teachers in public and private kindergartens, elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools, and comparable other elementary and secondary institutions.
Teachers and students can use the model to pinpoint areas of strength and weakness as they continue to focus on continued writing improvement.
Online lesson plans, thematic units, teacher tips, discussion boards, educational articles and sites, book and literature activities.
For teachers and prospective teachers. "How to" information ranging from lesson planning to classroom management, and curriculum theory.
California educator shares experience and useful curriculum for new and veteran teachers.
As a research-based advocacy organization, CTQ focuses primarily on (1) the conditions of teaching that will allow teachers to help students learn, (2) leadership opportunities for America’s best teachers to improve teaching and learning policies, and (3) new ways to engage the public in teaching quality and student achievement issues
The network's primary focus is to help K-12 teachers integrate information technology into their classrooms.
Includes lesson plans, teacher's store, puzzlemakers, curriculum ideas, television programs, and Schrock's links.
Information-rich collage of educational resources for every student and teacher.
Free field trips in your community. Hands-on experiences make active learning come to life. All lessons meet national learning standards.
Educational activities for those in or studying elementary education.
The principal means by which Religious Studies teachers in independent schools in the United Kingdom can keep in touch with each other, exchange views, and provide mutual support.
Internet tools for K-12 teachers and students.
Delivers teaching resources and professional development opportunities through the Internet directly to K-12 science teachers.
A non-profit corporation that works with Texas schools and the private sector to manage Advanced Placement (AP) and (Pre-AP) incentive programs, partnerships whereby a private donor provides incentives to a school district to increase the number of students passing AP exams.
Teachers can post information homework and other class information on their own personal page for parents to access. Free service with banner advertising.
National teacher recruitment program which seeks to attract college graduates to the classroom.
Web portal for educators. Includes lesson plans, tools, worksheets, articles and tips for teachers.
A not-for-profit site providing teaching tips, lesson plans, and forums for teachers to network with each other. Material on the site is updated weekly during the school year.
Teacher discussion boards and chatrooms. Lesson plans, project ideas and teaching tools. Searchable teacher job listings and career resources.
Find lessons, printables, quizzes, free newsletters, products for sale.
An experienced teacher shares her expertise through articles that cover most every area of teaching. Also personally answers questions through email. Discussion board and place for other teachers to share things that worked for them.
Providing training for everyone involved in education through publications, seminars, books, videos, and software.
Works to strengthen the teaching profession and to improve student learning in America's schools by establishing high standards for teachers.
Information about academic standards, grants, and a variety of resources provided by the U.S. Dept. of Education. [Archived, last updated in the year 2000]
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