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Teacher Resources 



Khan Academy - Learn for free about math, art, computer programming, economics, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, finance, history, and more. 

Annenberg Learner - teacher resources and profession development across the curriculum

Edutopia - Find resources to help you implement project-based learning, social and emotional learning, comprehensive assessment, teacher development, integrated studies, and technology integration.

The Library of CongressNeed books, information, sources, or ideas? The Library of Congresswebsite has over 13 million digitized primary source items. Teachers, students, parents, and the community can all find something here.

Tip: Visit the American Memory section of the site to browse 100 separate collections arranged by topic.




Varsity Tutors - Use these free English teaching and learning resources for English, Literature, and ESL classes

Kelly Gallagher Building Deeper Readers and Writers - 

Kelly Gallagher's Article of the Week - Kelly recognizes that part of the reason his students struggle with reading is because they lack prior knowledge and background. They can decode the words, but the words remain meaningless without a foundation of knowledge.  To help build his students’ prior knowledge, he assigns them an Article of the Week every Monday morning. 

BBC Bitesize  - English resources 

BBC Bitesize - Literature resources

Internet Shakespeare EditionsShakespeare's Life and Times introduces you to the world Shakespeare lived and worked in. This section of the Internet Shakespeare Editions is like a shelf of books, each of which is listed in the navigational bar beneath the page header. Each book, in turn, is divided into chapters dealing with related topics.

Absolute Shakespeare - the essential resource for William Shakespeare's plays, sonnets, poems, quotes, biography and the legendary Globe Theatre




World History MattersWorld History Matters is a portal to world history websites developed by the Center for History and New Media

World History Sources

World History Online Resources - In an attempt to collect world history resources for instructors, curriculum developers, and students, the World History Center focuses on collecting useful world history websites. These websites offer a range of information from teaching ideas, resources for teachers and students, primary documents, discussions on world history, and other tools. The websites are listed below in groups according to their usefulness, navigability, and content.

Best of History WebsitesA portal created for students, history educators, and general history enthusiasts.  - 

iCivics - iCivics supports you with effective and engaging digital resources for your classroom and students.

Classroom Law ProjectClassroom Law Project is a non-profit organization of individuals, educators, lawyers, and civic leaders building strong communities by teaching students to become active citizens.

BBC Bitesize - Geography Resources

World Atlas 




AplusMATHInteractive math resources for teachers, parents, and students featuring free math worksheets, math games, math flashcards, and more.

MathTVMath TV is a platform that features a wide range of math videos covering a plethora of mathematical concepts. These videos are browsable via topic or by textbook.

Math CentralMath Central is an Internet service for mathematics students and teachers. This site is maintained by faculty and students in Mathematics and Statistics and Mathematics Education at the University of Regina in Canada.

Tip: Click "Math Beyond School", click 10-12, choose an article - 

Math Beyond School is a compilation of articles that aims to address the question:

 Where will I ever use this math?

The articles span a wide range of topics and mathematical concepts, from kindergarten to grade 12.  Their purpose is to provide some examples of how math is used in everyday living and in specific occupations.  

Aside from problem solving and the intelligent use of logical thinking, more specific math concepts are used throughout our daily lives and Math Beyond School illustrates this throughrealistic applications.


National Council of Teachers of MathematicsThis is a platform for Math teachers where they share ideas, lesson plans, and many other resources.

YummyMath - Yummy Math provides teachers and students with mathematics relevant to the everyday life. It covers areas such as : Algebra, Geometry, Probability, Science and many more.

BBC Bitesize - Math resources




BBC Bitesize - Chemistry resources

BBC Bitesize - Physics resources




BBC Bitesize - Music resources

Online Guitar and Piano Cords

Music Words and Definitions





Art History




BBC Bitesize - Journalism resources


*New sites being added daily