AppoLearning works with teachers and education experts to find the best educational apps, videos and websites for all PreK-12th grade subjects, topics, and Common Core Standards.
CPALMS is an online toolbox of information, vetted resources, and interactive tools that helps educators effectively implement teaching standards. It is the State of Florida’s official source for standards information and course descriptions.
Open Ed – World’s Largest Educational Resource Catalog claims to have more than one quarter million videos and resources aligned to Common Core State Standards. You can create a free account to store your playlists and favorites.
TN LEAD Conference Resources has all the conference presentations and handouts organized on a wiki page. Lots of great information on how TN is leading the way in raising student achievement.
ASCD has a well-developed Pinterest Board with links to many of their great resources. Easy to navigate and find useful information.
Web Tools for Teachers by Type – Livebinder by Tim Wilhelmus is one of the best collections of Resources I have seen. If you have a technology need, start here for a solution.
Mapping Media to the Curriculum is a site where teachers and students can click on the topic under “What do I want to Create Today” and come up with a variety of Web 2.0 tools to help them accomplish the task.
My Web Wardrobe Wiki is a fabulous idea for organizing all the Web 2.0 Resources used in the classroom. Hats off to Jennifer Barnett on this great site. You might also like her Digital Sewing Kit with all the basic downloads and plug ins to help you operate efficiently. And there’s more – a page of Technology Tutorials and Tips and her Friday Five Newsletters sent to teachers each week.
Technology Tools for Teaching and Learning begins with making statements teachers might have for students. An example – I want my students to create web-based timelines. Then, there is an extensive list of free online resources to help meet that learning objective.
Power My Learning
PowerMyLearning.com is a groundbreaking learning platform for teachers, students and parents that makes the best free digital learning activities on the web easily accessible and usable to meet the full range of K-12 learning needs.
Kids Know It Network started out as a teacher resource but has grown into a site that is a portal to education sites sorted by category and subject.
Kid Sites.Com is a site you can use as a starting point for students – a topical index of web sites.
Collection of Web 2.0 Resources for Teachers
John Simi with Shelby County Schools has put together a comprehensive list of Web 2.0 resources for teachers. He presented this list at TETC2011.
Trailblazers.Wikispaces.Com is a resource from Kristin Swanson where she compiles resources for her school district. I love that she calls it “Teachers as Technology Trailblazers.” If you have the time to explore, there are tons of resources on this site.
Collection of 108 Winter Resources has everything from music, curriculum, to games.
If It\’s Not Free, It\’s Not for Me – Livebinder is a great collection of Web 2.0 tools, subject specific links, clip art, and much more.
Study Ladder.Com Studyladder is a highly effective, logically organised, Mathematics and Literacy program. It has been developed by experienced educators to inspire and motivate learning. It is suitable for Elementary and Junior High School students and is very easy to use – students simply login with a username and password to access all the learning materials.
Technology & Education Box of Tricks is an A-Z resource of many of the best web resources for teachers. The list is constantly updated, so check back often.
Teaching Ideas is a site to go for lesson planning, poster displays, videos, and more…
San Juan Unified School District Web Resources has a plethora of goodies particularly suited to elementary teachers. There is everything from instructional strategies, to printables, to graphic organizers.
Ask a Tech Teacher Great Web Sites for Kids
has a gazillion (or so it seems) links to web sites for your students. If you have the time, don’t stop there. Click some of the links at the top of the page to get tech tips and more.
67 EdTech Resources You May Have Missed is a an extensive list of resources from the Tech the Plunge blog.
Utah Grade 3-6 Interactives is a collection of online activities by subject area.
Education.com is the fastest growing site in its class and the go-to destination for involved parents. From kindergarten readiness through college prep, Education.com gives parents the information they need and the ideas they want to help their kids reach their full potential and make learning fun.
Web Tools for Elementary Teachers is a great site from the Edina School District.