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PBS Teachers - Activity Packs

An Activity Pack is a set of educational resources focused on a theme and packaged in a widget-format that you can embed in your own class or social media web page. Each pack includes links to PBS web sites and a set of activities by grade level.
Explore educational resources and activities from PBS with our library of Activity Packs. Each one focuses on a curricular theme and includes links to great PBS resources and supplemental activities
Another widget source from PBS and Dr. Valenza.
SOL K-5 Technology Integration Resources
Resources for teaching elementary knowledge (kindergarten-5th grade).
Includes many subjects and links to others
comprehensive resources
teachingwithted / FrontPage
The File Cabinet / FrontPage
resources for teachers on MANY different topics
Tiene todo lo de la Web 2.0
Welcome | Teaching Copyright
teaching copyright fair use
"EFF's Teaching Copyright curriculum was created to help teachers present the laws surrounding digital rights in a balanced way. Teaching Copyright provides lessons and ideas for opening your classroom up to discussion, letting your students express their ideas and concerns, and then guiding your students toward an understanding of the boundaries of copyright law."
There's a lot of misinformation out there about legal rights and responsibilities in the digital era. This is especially disconcerting when it comes to information being shared with youth. Kids and teens are bombarded with messages from a myriad of sources that using new technology is high-risk behavior. Downloading music is compared to stealing a bicycle — even though many downloads are lawful. Making videos using short clips from other sources is treated as probably illegal — even though many such videos are also lawful. This misinformation is harmful, because it discourages kids and teens from following their natural inclination to be innovative and inquisitive. The innovators, artists and voters of tomorrow need to know that copyright law restricts many activities but also permits many others. And they need to know the positive steps they can take to protect themselves in the digital sphere. In short, youth don't need more intimidation—what they need is solid, accurate information
EFF's Teaching Copyright curriculum was created to help teachers present the laws surrounding digital rights in a balanced way.
from EFF. Youth Curriculum
Fourteen Interesting Ways* to use Voicethread in the Classroom - Google Docs
Another collaborative Google presentation on uses for an online tool. This time: voicethread.
Some simple ways of creating activities for VT.
Academic Vocabulary Games
Use these PowerPoint games and the game cards to provide students an opportunity to practice and review new vocabulary.
jeopardy templates
A bunch of PowerPoint templates (Jeopardy, Millionaire, Wheel of Fortune)
Overview | Teaching Copyright
creativecommons law
"[A] detailed, customizable learning plan to help educators raise interesting questions about copyright, technology, and law . . ." -- About
no one listens
info about copyright issues
This curriculum is designed to give teachers a comprehensive set of tools to educate students about copyright while incorporating activities that exercise a variety of learning skills.
Online Resources for Math - Algebra, Trigonometric, Geometry, Calculus, Boolean Algebra, Probability, Decimal, Fraction, Permutations and Combinations
A great source for any engineer who want's to trim past times knowledge
Math for all levels, Kindergarten, Elementary, Middle school and High School. Downloadable tutorials explaining concepts, interactive online content as well.
Summer Teacher Institute Lesson Plans
Lesson plans using the Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame and music.
Teachers.Net - TEACHER CHATBOARDS - Teachers.Net Chatboards provide 24 hour mentoring for teachers around the world. Early childhood chatboard primary elementary chatboard upper elementary chat middle school high school administrator chatboard student tea
Chapter 6
Resources for professional educators
Grades K-12 + Lesson Plans + Activities + videos + current events | SchooNoodle
An online social bookmarking community made exclusively for K-12 educators. Find lesson plans, activities, current events, videos, and images, correlated to state standards, for elementary school, middle school and high school subjects.
Google Apps
Free email and collaboration tools for your school. Get Apps for your school! Imagine how valuable it would be if your entire campus community — students, faculty, and staff — could share information and ideas more easily. With Google Apps Education Edition, you can start bringing that vision to life. Google Apps Education Edition is a free suite of hosted communication
Ready to use lesson plans for Google Docs or Google Apps
Lesson plan archive for google apps products - you can even submit your own lesson plan.
Joe Wood Online PBWiki / Google Earth in the Classroom
Ideas for using Google earth
Educator Joe Wood's wiki on using Google Earth in the classroom.
Teachers Working
humour - lessonplans
A company that .
Humorous lesson plans for every level
Science Podcast: Free Science Podcasts from Scientific American
60 second science podcasting. Discusses current science issues in just 1 minute. A great conversation starter!
Welcome to BetterLesson
Create, Organize and Share your complete curriculum.
Helping teachers organize and share their curricula.
Florida Department of Education l Standards
Sunshine State Standards
Pick your standard
Copyright Alliance Education Foundation
The issues surrounding copyright have never been more visible. But the classroom presents its own copyright-related challenges, for students and teachers alike. How is an educator to know what the rules are? How do those rules apply in the classroom? And how can we make sure that students know the rules as well? To help educators answer these questions, the Copyright Alliance has established the Copyright Alliance Education Foundation
Free curriculum for classrooms AND program for prof. development for teachers.
Has a video clip
videos and resources for teaching copyright
Web-Based Projects, University of Richmond
This page contains web-based projects created by students at the University of Richmond in partial fulfillment of the requirements for teacher licensure in the state of Virginia. For more than 12 years we have been creating, revising and maintaining these materials as educational resources for teachers across the United States and the world. On this page you will find links to WebQuests and WebUnits. A WebQuest is an inquiry-oriented lesson format in which most or all the information that learners work with comes from the web. A WebUnit is a series of topical pages written specifically for elementary age students. Each title is followed by the date of the project's creation or significant revision. They are categorized by subject and grade level.
From the University of Richmond.
A community of educators striving to gather the collective intelligence of teachers to improve student achievement. Here you'll find lesson plans, complete units, presentations, how-to videos, etc.
Clark County School District website. Lesson plans, videos, etc.
Wiki-Teacher is a forum for teachers to share their collective intelligence through their resources, insights, and practices.
KODAK: K-12 Solutions - Lesson Plans
using photos in the classroom
A little-known aspect of Kodak's website offers lesson plans for every grade level in twelve subject areas. The lesson plans are organized by grade level and subject area. These are not skeleton lesson plans, the Kodak lesson plans have very detailed directions for classroom implementation. All of the lesson plans include the use of photographs and or cameras.The Kodak Lesson Plans provide good ideas for integrating art and photography into just about any subject area.
good ideas for integrating art and photography into just about any subject area
Lessons for using digital cameras and digital photography in class with students.
Lessons by Grade Level
Social Networking Online Behavior Safety
World History For Kids - By
A free online world history textbook. Brought to you by the KidsKnowIt Network, the Totally Free Children's Learning Network.
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Free Technology for Teachers: 9 Resources for Website Evaluation Lessons
Here are nine resources that teachers can use as part of lesson plan about evaluating the quality and reliability of a website.
cybersmart very good for specific grade levels and Bary library for hints for middle school kids #2
Web 2.0 Tools for Educators Home - Web 2.0 Tools for Educators
wiki for web 2.0 educators
Lesson Plans and Student Activity Sheets
"CyberSmart! original, nonsequential standards-based lesson plans and student activity sheets actively engage students in making good search decisions and in evaluating the resources they encounter online. "
Original, nonsequential standards-based lesson plans and student activity sheets that actively engage students in making good search decisions and in evaluating the resources they encounter online.
Lesson plans and activites for grade k-12.
Cybersmart lessons...a number of high school lessons are "in development" but look very useful once completed.
Engage, Expand and Encompass through Technology. Macomb ISD's Universal Design for Learning Initiative
Classroom Resources to Counter Cyber Bullying - Portal Page
Cyberbullying can be much more severe in its effects than offline bullying because the targets feel they have no escape. Also, given the wide scope of the Web, there can be many more witnesses to the bullying. School administrators and teachers are struggling to address this issue with students. When real-world bullying occurs in a schoolyard or classroom, teachers are often able to intervene, but online bullying takes place off the radar screen of adults, making it difficult to detect in schools and impossible to monitor off school property. Despite this, schools are increasingly being expected to address issues relating to cyberbullying. Dr. Shaheen Shariff of McGill University emphasizes that schools have a responsibility “to adapt to a rapidly evolving technological society, address emerging challenges, and guide children to become civic-minded individuals”[3].
Lessons on cyberbullying to use in middle school
Resources for teachers to support them address the issues of Cyberbullying.
Canadian website offering resources and ideas for teaching about cyberbullying.
Media awareness Network-Online bullying. gr. 5-12
K-12 Student Center - UEN
Utah Education Network's well-designed teacher resource site
Knowledge Innovation For Technology In Education
creating databases
HSI: Historical Scene Investigation
designed for social studies teachers who need a strong pedagogical mechanism for bringing primary sources into their classroom
Leads kids through analysis of primary source documents in order to answer question about significant historical events.
Student Interactives - ReadWriteThink
All sorts of cool activities with words - postcards, build a comic, and lots of other games
This website allows kids to learn aout reading and writing. It has a variety of links on it's dite. Each link is a bit different. They are all interactive tools, though.
Graphic organizers and resources for teaching language arts
Beacon Learning Center
Lesson Plans
Education World® The Educator's Best Friend
This is a resource I use for my major field, Early Childhood Education. This website is used by teachers to collaborate and discuss issues in the classroom. The website also provides lesson plans.
Education World®. The Educator's Best Friend. The surfing is over. Here you will find the best education links and original content the Net has to offer. Dozens of other features...
The Educator's Reference Desk: Resource Guides
The Educator's Reference Desk builds on over a quarter century of experience providing high-quality resources and services to the education community. From the Information Institute of Syracuse, the people who created AskERIC, the Gateway to Educational Materials, and the Virtual Reference Desk, the Educator's Reference Desk brings you the resources you have come to depend on. 2,000+ lesson plans, 3,000+ links to online education information, and 200+ question archive responses.
governmental (US) databases such as Ask Eric, which provide access to over 3000 educational resources (organized by category)
ProTeacher! Poetry lesson plans for elementary school teachers in grades K-6 including point of view, imagery activities, programs and thematic units, metaphor and simile skills curriculum, classroom and teaching ideas resources.
This site provides a lot of neat ways to teach poetry to younger children and activities for them to do.
Great for poetry, thematic units, metaphor, simile.
Poetry lessons
Although this website is intended for a younger age group than I intend to teach, it is always good to look at another perspective and use other ideas to help with your own classroom development. Plus, sometimes the older students like to do fun activities that are recommended for a younger age group.
Wiki:Participatory media lesson plans | Social Media CoLab
Participatory media lesson plans
These are a series of small lesson plans (I call them "labs") I've used as assignments for my students. These pages serve as more permanent reminders of what I show them during the face to face class meeting, as assignments, and as resource pages for further learning. Please feel free to add your own.