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    Teacher Goodies!
     
     
    That sounds great but what does it look like?  That is the question that many educators have when presented with new content or want to strengthen their craft of teaching.  By clicking on the Annenberg link, a wealth of video clips are available for all content areas and grade levels for those educational individuals who want to move their students forward in a variety of ways.    Annenberg Learner
     
     
    Free Educational Resources
     
    Free Resources for Educational Excellence  (FREE)  This site offers over 1,500 K-12 resources across content areas and come from federal agencies to include the Department of Education, the Library of Congress and more!
     
    Thinkfinity  This site offers a variety of K-12 lesson plans along with interactive tools like National Geographic's Living Landscapes lessons!
     
    ThinkQuest  An international competition where student teams engage in collaborative, project-based learning by creating educational websites!  Definitely a must see!
     
    National Institutes of Health (NIH)    Detailed lesson plans with activities and assessments to breathe some life into science lessons!
     
    Discovery Education, PBS Kids, and National Geographic are also very valuable websites for students to engage in learning activities!
     
    The Math Forum @Drexel has a variety of resources for Math including the feature of ask "Dr. Math" for students!
     
    Free Sheet Music to add the musical connection to lessons!
     
    Music for the Nation: 1870-1885  sheet music for thousands of songs for specific years. 
     
    The Kennedy Center's ArtEdge has resources for integrating the Arts into teaching and learning.
     
    Jazz it up with a visit to NEA Jazz in Schools website!
     
    The Smithsonian's History Explorer has standards-based lessons and activities to bring History alive to the present day events.
     
    Source documents website for Social Studies and that literacy connection especially for CCSS.
     
    The History Channel Classroom.  Pretty much says it all in the title of the website site, doesn't it?  Great resource!
     
    Need ideas for projects that are innovative and interesting?  Check out The American Folklife Center.
     
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on August 21, 2012