Resources for Teachers
A collection of resources in the humanities; literature, history, American history, foreign language, social studies. Primary sources, lesson plans by grade level, and stand-alone activities included.
Discussion of issues relating to information technology in education.
Learning Network: Teaching and Learning with the New York Times
Lesson plans and activities based on material from the New York Times. Recommended by the Times for ages 13 and up. Some interactivity.
Lesson Plans from NEA
Activities and lesson plans from the National Education Association for Pre-K through Gr. 12. Browsable by month, grade, or subject.
Library of Congress: Teachers
Classroom materials for teachers enabling them to use primary sources from the digital collections of the Library of Congress.
NIEOnline.com (Newspapers in Education) Classroom Resources
Targeted to middle and upper grade levels, these classroom resources are excellent interactive tools designed to integrate the latest world and local news, politics and technology into the classroom to engage students and help teachers meet core curriculum-learning objectives.
RubiStar is a tool to help the teacher who wants to use rubrics but does not have the time to develop them from scratch.
Instructional guides and materials for secondary education on selected topics: Religion in America, African American Literature and History, and the Environment in American History.
Watch Know Learn
Library of educational and instructional videos in wiki format. Appropriate for primary and secondary school, searchable by subject, age range and common core.