George Lucas Educational Foundation's resource that offers practical, hands-on advice, real-world examples, lively contributions from practitioners, and tips and tools.
Student career resource for the classroom.
An online library resource for teachers and students; however, the site was closed permanently in June 2015 with no further updates or management of the site.
OSLIS is a K-12 web portal providing access to quality licensed databases within an information literacy framework. It offers access to licensed databases, and has a research feature called AnswerLand or Chat with a Librarian.
ProTeacher is a community for professional school teachers. Participants include teachers from every state across the USA, and collegues from Canada, UK, Australia, and around the world.
Online magazine published by the Editorial Projects in Education and features an e-newsletter with sign-up at the website.
A web site with thousands of unique teaching tools, online interactive activities, educational games, projects, worksheets and many other resources that can be used for free/low cost.
The U.S. National Archives' gateway for resources about primary sources, activities and training for educators and students.
TI's education technology page with with professional development, product descriptions, classroom activities, and downloads.
Federal physical education website, produced via the Council, which is appointed by the President and serve in an advisory capacity through the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
Primary purposes: (a) to provide video of subjects performing sport skills at varying levels of expertise as a medium for teachers, coaches, and students to practice movement analysis, (b) to provide video demonstration models of sport skills and games for learners, teachers, and coaches, and (c) present a platform for the professional community to contribute video and dialog.
A comprehensive website, pelinks4u is a non-profit program of Central Washington University dedicated to promoting active and healthy lifestyles.
A wiki is a site that can be edited by more than one user. On Wikispaces an educator can setup free user accounts for their students and no email account is required.
Website with free videos about teaching, report card advice, how-to articles and other resoures to improve student learning, and to advocate for teacher leadership.
A number of free online thinking tools and resources for student-centered learning provided by Intel.
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.
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.
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.