Center for Teacher Leadership (CTL)
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George Lucas's resource that offers practical, hands-on advice, real-world examples, lively contributions from practitioners, and tips and tools.
An organization focused on a goalto empower, recognize, and connect teachers to improve student learning, and to advocate for teacher leadership.
To meet these new expectations educators are being asked to master new skills and responsibilities and deepen their content knowledge. Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is one way to meet these needs.
Oregon professional development links
Oregon's statewide association of second language professionals for all languages at all levels, immersion and non-immersion, works with educators statewide to improve language learning and teaching.
Teachnology provides free and easy to use resources for teachers including 46,000+ lesson plans, 10,200 free printable worksheets, rubrics, teaching tips, worksheet makers, web quests, math worksheets, and teacher resources.
Mixbook's website is where users can create online digital storybooks and share them with others in a safe secure environment.
Online learning resources for teachers on the Virtual School District website of the Oregon Department of Education.
Sponsored by Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), bringing access to thousands of innovative, standards-aligned digital resources, compelling student experiences, and professional development opportunities.
An online course management system that steamlines and enhances communications between students, parents, and teachers.
TI's education technology page with with professional development, product descriptions, classroom activities, and downloads.
With homework hand-in, an integrated grade book, and private discussions, it’s a seamless way to organize your classroom— all from your iPad.
Enhance the safety and CIPA compliance of your Google Apps for Education (GAFE) environment by applying additional controls, including 24/7 filtering and monitoring.
Glogster is a site to make online/interactive posters for education.
ESL Partyland brings English as a Second Language (ESL) students and teachers closer together. Many are ESL teachers and many are English students.
A Wordpress-based blogging platform for teachers and students to create blogs.
A tool to ccelerates school districts' digital transition through comprehensive standards-based content, professional development, formative assessment, and community engagement,
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Analyze the data you need and identify teaching strategies to help elementary and middle school students improve via this web-based assessment of students' proficiency with technology.