Differentiating Instruction Using Keys for Learning is a presentation that helps teachers increase the rigor of their questions and probes deeper into the learning standards using “Keys”.
Vicki Dean\’s Class 6th Grade Math Common Core Resources has dozens of topics and lesson plans related to 6th grade Common Core Math standards.
Power Point Palooza.Net has a wide variety of Power Point presentations on dozens of topics related to social studies, history, and geography.
40 Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners is a helpful post on the “TWEEN TEACHER” blog. Many of these strategies work equally well with other struggling learners.
The Teaching Channel
Teaching Channel is a video showcase—on the Internet and TV—of inspiring and effective teaching practices in America’s schools. They have a rapidly growing community of more than 25,000 registered members who trade ideas and share inspiration from each other.
This video library offers educators a wide range of subjects for grades K-12. The videos also include information on alignment with Common Core State Standards and ancillary material for teachers to use in their own classrooms.
Teaching Channel Presents, a weekly one-hour program featuring Tch videos, airs on PBS stations in nearly 75 million homes across the United States.
Inspirations from Maths is a beautiful web site and video with images and ideas associated with math that surrounds us every day.
10 Amazing Uses for Wolfram Alpha
Has unique ways for educators and students to utilize this free tool.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Lesson Planning, Videos, You Tube | Posted on February 29, 2012
The Ultimate Guide to You Tube for Educators includes tips and tricks as well as how to set up a channel to archive your classroom videos.
The Ultimate Guide to You Tube for Educators includes tips and tricks as well as how to set up a “channel” for your classroom archive of videos.
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EconEd Link is a great site to find lesson plans for teaching economics and personal finance to students of all ages.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Lesson Planning, Pinterest | Posted on February 7, 2012
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.
Icebreakers from Improve Encyclopedia has a list of 28 ideas (with directions) for breaking the ice at meetings or to begin a new school year.
Earth Cam.Com has a live camera view of most of the major cities in the world. Allows you to give students that true visual of what a place is like with real time views.
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Lesson Planning, Videos | Posted on January 20, 2012
The Futures Channel
hosts educational videos sorted by topic. Best part – this site not blocked by most school filters.
Wolfram Alpha Education Portal In the portal you’ll find a dynamic textbook, lesson plans, widgets, interactive Demonstrations, and more built by Wolfram education experts. You can take a look at the types of materials we offer below, but to get full access to all materials, you need to sign up for a free account.
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.
Google Digital Literacy Tour from i-Safe.Org provides lesson plans and video on keeping kids safe online.
Browse a wide array of documents, presentations, full lessons — even complete units and courses. Share your curriculum and connect with fellow educators around the world.
A non-profit organization, Curriki is the leading K-12 global community for teachers, students and parents to create, share, and find open learning resources that improve teacher effectiveness and student outcomes.
Kaylee\’s Education Studio has a large assortment of classroom management tools for teachers to download.
20 Ways Teachers are Using Legos in the Classroom has some great ideas on lessons using many of your students’ favorite toy – Legos!
Posted by jenmalonetn | Posted in Lesson Planning, Wikis | Posted on December 8, 2011
30 Wikis Every Educator Should Know About is from Edudemic and gives links to wikis that can help teachers with planning lessons.