Sites with materials and information to be used for classroom teaching by K-12 teachers. This could include such things as worksheets, teacher tips directly applicable classroom situations, teaching methodologies.
Offers resources and services for sixth through twelfth grade teachers and their students including curricula, project ideas, and collaborative opportunities in the areas of science, language arts, and community service.
Worksheets and lesson resources for toddlers to schoolage children to help them grow and have fun.
Features information about educational activities, book reviews, and gadget guide.
Affers a free monthly multi-media presentation, lesson plans, assignments, grading rubrics, and activities for the classroom. It also offers biographies, research, chat, events and speakers, and educational products.
Free teaching resource generators, downloads, classroom toys and utilities.
An online system for managing class seating charts and behaviour.
Resources, information, and tools for teachers including global collaboration from a classroom teacher.
Curriculum, literature resources, links to cotton and educational organizations promoting the importance of this crop.
Mentor teacher program and search engine links.
Provides ways to integrate technology into the classroom in several subjects including math, science, social studies, and language arts. Includes curriculum ideas, Internet treasure hunts, research tools, and technology links.
Collection of resources for classroom teachers, parents, and school-based counselors.
Practical ideas and information for teaching reading, writing, spelling and math.
Newsletter with discussion lists, activities, links, and archives.
Techniques for leading classroom dialogue with students in which students feel secure to express their own thoughts instead of parroting what the teacher wants to hear. How to develop students' critical thinking and ethical reasoning.
Links to general resources such as the U.S. Department of Education, special education, and bilingual education as well as links specific teachers' lesson plans and research sites.
Working to improve public schools with resources, tools, and solutions for teachers, administrators, and parents.
E-learning projects, international competitions and resources aimed at improving academic performance, develop science, math, literacy and communication skills, foster teamwork, civic responsibility and collaboration, encourage workforce preparedness and create multi-cultural understanding.
Teachers can post their homework assignments on the internet for student/parent access and conduct online forums with students.
K-8 elementary educational activities, games, themes, graphic organizers, writing prompts, benchmark papers, and research.
Resources for elementary school teachers in math, science, reading, writing, spelling, and assessment, as well as workshops and recommended books.
Comparison of different Individual Education Plan writing systems.
Transcripts, discussion guides, and other resources to help educators integrate "In the Mix," the PBS series for teens, into the classroom.
Database download of resources, lesson plans, free stuff, teaching ideas, themes, units, and software.
Provides over 135,000 pieces of information on 1000 content items commonly used in k-12th grade mathematics
Worksheets, clip art, lesson plans and resources, tools, songs, poems, and crafts. Also has resources for students and parents.
K-12 lesson plans, assessments, and web links, and professional development with some resources reserved for registered North Carolina members.
A resource for educators who use LEGO Mindstorms technologies. The site features activities for the LEGO RCX and NXT as well as support resources like a knowledge base, code archive, gallery and community listing.
Lesson plans and lesson plan templates for teachers.
Teacher's tool for assessing literacy ability of students with standardised online literacy tests.
Educational resources for Jewish educators. Includes workbooks, lesson plans, links, discussion forum and registration information.
Contains stories with mathematical problem solving embedded in them and sample K-8 mathematics lesson plans.
Provides educational experiences for governmental and non-profit organizations in Minnesota ranging from a composite calendar for all members and special academic challenges for students to workshops for administrators.
This illustrated page focuses on resources for teaching myth, folklore, and the arts, but it also includes general resources. Each link is annotated by Kathleen Jenks, Ph.D., a professor of mythology at a small graduate institute.
Current research and statistics specially tailored for educators' interests and needs, presented with animated charts/graphs.
Classroom management ideas,free stuff, back to school ideas, and links.
A free online utility for teachers, parents, and tutors to make flash cards, print word lists, and generate worksheets for educational games.
Dozens of webquests on various topics with rubrics and teachers guides included.
A community of teachers in early childhood, elementary, and middle school; teaching discussions, blogs, and chat.
A site that allows you to create puzzles and games for your newsletters, flyers, handouts,or classroom assignments.
Several dozen kinds of questions and questioning tools presented with graphic organizers.
Explanation of various types of online reading test.
Point and click system to help teachers write their student report cards.
Exercises in various subject areas and additional resources.
Resources ranging from lesson plans and professional links to authors and online activities.
Education resources and information, lesson plans, field trips, and interactive activities based on Smithsonian museum collections and research.
Activities to challenge students' minds,empower their senses of well-being, and rekindle their hearts with a commitment to values and beliefs essential to becoming and being whole individuals.
Special academic challenge programs for students in Minnesota schools.
Online grade book, quiz library and creation capacity, games, and downloads. Upgrades available for a fee.
Veteran teacher Pat Jones shares techniques and strategies for applying brain science in the classroom to support learning.
Based upon professional development series and workshops broadcast on the Annenberg Channel, each lab combines online activities with background information and interactive polls or worksheets participants can use in their classrooms as well as links to related web sites.
Classroom resources and lesson plans for K-12. Materials, reviewed by teachers and sorted by subject area and grade level. Professional resources. Suggested research sites.
Includes thematic units, ideas for all holidays, humor for teachers, interactive links, free worksheets, lessons, and poems.
Online workshop with teaching strategies, sample texts and videos, and recommended authors.
Teacher and student links arranged by subject.
Directory of websites offering educational resources for students, parents, and teachers.
Providing a forum and resources about Socratic questioning, higher order thinking, and critical thinking. Organizer of conferences and publisher of books and academic resources for teachers.
Lessons and activities in math, language arts, social studies, astronomy and graphic design.
Strategies and resources for reducing racial conflict, promoting better learning, and improving student motivation.
Re-useable, cross-curricular classroom resource for teachers.
Pre-K through 2nd grade themes and units, literacy, and curriculum links.
United Kingdom resources in specific subject areas, curriculum advice, and professional development.
Public Broadcasting from Boston: weekly highlights, links to websites for WGBH productions which are fully accessible to surfers with disabilities.
Provides information about professional development and classroom and technology resources related to public broadcasting programming.
Printable worksheets, puzzles and activities that can be differentiated and randomized at the touch of a button. Ideal for children at primary or elementary school.
Part of a large site of resources for teachers, this page has worksheet generators, bank of existing worksheets, and links to others.
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