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MSP2 Middle School Portal 2 Math & Science Pathways

MSP2 Middle School Portal 2 Math & Science Pathways

Created by the National Science Digital Library, this resource provides math and science pathways for middle school educators. On the mathematics pathway explore topics including geometry, probability, and math history. On the science pathway explore topics including life science, science and technology, and Earth and space science.
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Introduction to the eNLVM

Introduction to the eNLVM

The eNLVM (National Library of Virtual Manipulatives) is a resource for math education funded by the National Science Foundation. Browse lessons and activities for students young and old created by the NLVM, or those created by other teachers. You can even create your own lesson plans.
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning; Math And Science–Math And Science Resources For Parents & Teachers

Shmoop: Study Guides, Teacher Resources

Shmoop: Study Guides, Teacher Resources

Find comprehensive and fun study guides for major works of literature, poetry and major events in US History. Also includes lesson plans and ideas for teachers.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–History–History By Region–North American History–United States History; Arts & Humanities–Literature–Criticism; Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning; School And Homework Help–Homework Help–Subject Area Help—-English And Literature; School And Homework Help–Homework Help–Subject Area Help–History

NOAA Education Resources – Weather Observations

NOAA Education Resources – Weather Observations

This Educational Resource page contains educational plans, multimedia presentations, science fair ideas and links to current Doppler radar and satellite imagery. Daily work keeps citizens informed on the constant changes to the atmosphere and environment.
Subject: Science & Technology–Earth Sciences–Meteorology/Climatology; Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning

The Learning Page

The Learning Page

This site was created by the Library of Congress (LC) to assist teachers is using the American Memory Collections, an online archive of over 100 collections of rare and unique items important to America???s heritage, to teach history and culture. The site offers educators guidance on using primary sources, as well as providing activities, discussio …
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators

Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS)

Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS)

JETS is a national non-profit education organization dedicated to promoting education and professions in engineering to young people. The site features information for students to explore engineering and to assess their interest level and aptitude for jobs in engineering. The organization, which receives university and industry support, enables y …
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators; Clubs And Organizations–Academic; Technology

OBIS ??? The Ocean Biogeographic Information System

OBIS ??? The Ocean Biogeographic Information System

???OBIS is a web-based provider of global geo-referenced information on marine species.??? Click on any point in the oceans of the world to see what marine creatures live there. Some of the organisms link to fact sheets from the Fisheries Global Information System. There is also an image library of photographs of marine life and lesson plans usi …
Subject: Science & Technology–Earth Sciences–Oceanography/Hydrology; Education–Teachers & Administrators; Science & Technology–Life Sciences–Marine Biology

NEA Today

NEA Today

“NEA Today Online (NEATO), the cyber-edition of the National Education Association’s flagship publication. NEATO picks up where the print version of NEA Today leaves off, presenting an interactive, collaborative exploration of today’s hottest teaching challenges and solutions. Throughout the month, we’ll be updating this site to continue the dialo …
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators

Isabelle Jones

Isabelle Jones

News, research, resources, and views on teaching foreign languages by a British language teacher who is fluent in English, French, Spanish, and German. Topics include learning and teaching techniques and relevant resources for language teachers.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Language & Linguistics–Spanish; Arts & Humanities–Language & Linguistics–French; Arts & Humanities–Language & Linguistics–German; Education–Teachers & Administrators; Education Blogs

The Gateway to 21st Century Skills

The Gateway to 21st Century Skills

This is a great site for teachers looking for lesson plans on a wide range of subjects. According to a review in WIRED, “GEM evaluates resources from federal, state, university, nonprofit, and commercial sites and compiles a database of lesson plans accessible through a simple search. There are currently over 140 organizations supplying over 7,000 …
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning; Teachers & Parents Corner

explore

explore

The website “explore” is “a multimedia organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes.” This site includes short films and photograph collections of issues including environmental causes, education, human rights, public health, animal welfare, spirituality and disabilities.
Subject: Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Philanthropy & Social Service; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Disabilities; Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Animal Rights; Social Sciences–Social Issues And Social Welfare–Human Rights

The Learning Page…especially for teachers

The Learning Page…especially for teachers

Presents lesson plans and other resources for teachers that incorporate the Library of Congress’s extensive American Memory collection. Search lesson plans by theme, topic, discipline, or era. “Features and activities” includes interactive activities to engage students’ attention.
Subject: Arts & Humanities–Literature; Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning; Arts & Humanities–History–Historical Documents And Sources

Federal Resources for Education Excellence (FREE)

Federal Resources for Education Excellence (FREE)

This site makes hundreds of federally supported teaching and learning resources easier to find. Resources are organized by subject areas and also can be found through full-text and quick searches, as well as by date added under the New Resources link. New resources are added monthly from the 51 participating Federal agencies.
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators

Pennsylvania Department of Education – Standards Alligned System – Materials and Resources

Pennsylvania Department of Education – Standards Alligned System – Materials and Resources

Includes materials and resources on “four major content areas (mathematics, science, social studies, reading-writing-speaking-listening)” for grades K-12.
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning; Education–K-12 Education

The Opper Project

The Opper Project

Project providing “teacher-created lesson plans tied to the Ohio Academic Content Standards” aiming to teach history using editorial cartoons to evoke discussion.
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators–Lesson Planning

PBS TeacherSource

PBS TeacherSource

PBS TeacherSource includes more than 3,000 free lesson plans and activities. To help educators find materials quickly, resources are organized into seven subject areas (Arts & Literature, Health & Fitness, Math, Science, Social Studies, Pre K-2, Library Media), with a site search.
Subject: Education–Teachers & Administrators; Teachers & Parents Corner–Lesson Planning