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"Welcome to Classroom Resources--a diverse collection of lessons and web resources for classroom teachers, their students, and students' families. Materials are arranged by subject area to help you quickly find resources in your interest area, and then use them to create lesson plans or at-home activities."
provides free resources for teachers, parents & students, including lesson plans for K-5, 6-8, 9-12 for science, technology, social studies, math, and language arts.
Virtual Field Trips: Science & Engineering -- Social Studies -- Literacy -- Math
"FCIT (the Florida Center for Instructional Technology) and ETC (the Educational Technology Clearinghouse) provide digital content, professional development, and technical services supporting the appropriate integration of technology into K-12 and preservice education."
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"Our classroom materials are designed in a modular system, with activities as the base unit. An activity will fill one class period, while a lesson (a collection of activities) can fill up to a week of class time. Units (collections of lessons) are designed for longer periods of time."
"A wealth of digital tools support inquiry-based learning and active engagement to spark creativity and curiosity. The Smithsonian Learning Lab allows you to create personal collections and individualized educational experiences. The digital Game Center of the Smithsonian Science Education Center offers fun experiences for the young STEM learner. Smithsonian's History Explorer offers hundreds of free, innovative resources for learning about American history."
"WatchKnowLearn has indexed approximately 50,000 educational videos, placing them into a directory of over 5,000 categories. The videos are available without any registration or fees to teachers in the classroom, as well as parents and students at home 24/7."
"At your fingertips is a wealth of information and resources about the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for teachers, educational leaders, schools, and school districts. Use EduCore™'s collection of evidence-based tools, strategies, videos, and supporting documents to learn about the implementation and transition to CCSS."
"The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) is a continuing and nationally representative measure of trends in academic achievement of U.S. elementary and secondary students in various subjects."
"Science for All Americans (SFAA) answers the question of what constitutes adult science literacy, recommending what all students should know and be able to do in science, mathematics, and technology by the time they graduate from high school. Benchmarks specifies how students should progress toward science literacy, recommending what they should know and be able to do by the time they reach certain grade levels. Together, the two publications can help guide reform in science, mathematics, and technology education."
"There are five sets of ISTE Standards [students, teachers, administrators, coaches, computer science educators] that work in concert to support students, educators and leaders with clear guidelines for the skills, knowledge and approaches they need to succeed in the digital age."
"NCHS has developed a range of publications and professional development programs by working closely with teachers, scholars, school districts, and funding agencies. The Center’s first projects were the National History Standards for History for grades 5-12 and a second set of standards for kindergarten through 4th grade."
"NCSS serves as an umbrella organization for elementary, secondary, and college teachers of history, civics, geography, economics, political science, sociology, psychology, anthropology, and law-related education."
The website includes a summary of "National Curriculum Standards for Social Studies: A Framework for Teaching, Learning, & Assessment"
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"CPALMS is an online toolbox of information, vetted resources, and interactive tools that helps educators effectively implement teaching standards. It is the State of Florida’s official source for standards information and course descriptions."
- Florida Standards Resource Document
- Florida Standards Tools & Resources At-a-Glance Series: Math Formative Assessment System (MFAS) -- English Language Arts Formative Assessment System (ELAFAS) -- Florida Standards Student Tutorials (Floridastudents.org) -- Text Complexity & Demand Resources & Activities -- Interim Assessment Item Bank & Test Platform (IAIBTP) -- Florida Assessments for Instruction in Reading – Florida Standards (FAIR-FS)
- English Language Arts Florida Standards (LAFS) by Grade Level
- Mathematics Florida Standards (MAFS) by Grade Level
"The Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence (CREDE) Hawai‘i Project promotes educators’ use of research-based strategies of effective practice for culturally and linguistically diverse students."
"The Council for Opportunity in Education (COE) is a nonprofit organization, established in 1981, dedicated to furthering the expansion of college opportunities for low-income, first-generation students, and students with disabilities in all 50 states, Washington, D.C., the Pacific Islands, and Puerto Rico."
"Every school day since 1998, we have offered fresh classroom resources — from lesson plans and writing prompts to news quizzes, student contests and more — all based on the articles, essays, images, videos and graphics published on NYTimes.com. All our activities for students, as well as all the content from The Times to which we link, are free and accessible without a digital subscription."