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NewseumED

NewseumED.org is an educational website that aims to promote media literacy and critical thinking among students and educators. It offers a diverse range of interactive resources, primary sources, and lesson plans centered around media, journalism, and First Amendment issues. Through its engaging content and tools, NewseumED.org empowers students to become informed and responsible citizens in an ever-evolving media landscape.

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Common Curriculum

CommonCurriculum.com is a user-friendly website designed to streamline lesson planning for educators. It offers a digital platform where teachers can easily create, organize, and share lesson plans, unit plans, and curriculum materials. The website’s intuitive interface allows teachers to collaborate with colleagues, align their lessons with academic standards, and efficiently manage their instructional resources, ultimately saving time and enhancing the overall teaching experience.

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Education Galaxy

Education Galaxy combines question-and-answer learning with games to help students learn in an engaged way. The goal is to help them prepare for testing. The free-to-use platform also provides feedback so teachers can take away how students are doing as well as how the class is fairing as a whole. It’s a learning and feedback tool all rolled into one simple and fun system. Pricing is free for Basic, limiting you to either 30 students for all subjects or 150 students on one subject. (techlearning.com)

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NASA Materials for the Classroom

The NASA Office of STEM Engagement works collaboratively with NASA’s mission directorates to promote education as an integral component of every major NASA research and development mission. These efforts result in innovative and informative educational materials that engage student interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Search hundreds of resources by subject, grade level, type and keyword.

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Learning Ally

Learning Ally Audiobooks is a digital library app (web, iOS, Android) that features human-voiced audiobooks. It’s designed to meet the needs of struggling readers, including those with a learning disability, physical disability, or visual impairment. Educators supporting these students get free access. The collection of 80,000 human-read audiobooks include mass market and classic literature and fiction, non-fiction, and curriculum-aligned titles. Students and teachers can easily locate books based on grade, Lexile, subject, category, or curriculum, – Commonsense.org

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Learning Blade

Learning Blade is a complete toolbox of online lessons, projects and activities designed to grab your students’ attention while introducing them to the careers, tools and technologies found throughout STEM fields. This is a high quality supplemental curriculum that is focused on offering your students real world learning experiences in STEM education. It does this by providing student-ready, interactive missions that show STEM careers in the context of solving people and community-centered problems.

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Stanford Educator Resources

Research centers at Stanford Graduate School of Education develop a variety of free resources to support the work of PK–12 educators and teacher educators. Explore the resources listed and visit the research center sites to find a variety of quality teaching materials.

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Earth @ Home

Earth@Home is a free educational resource created by the Paleontological Research Institution. Their goal is to provide free and accessible resources for educators, students, and anyone interested in learning about the Earth.

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Try Engineering

Try Engineering’s database of lesson plans helps to teach engineering concepts to your students, aged 4 to 18. Explore areas such as lasers, LED lights, flight, smart buildings, and more. All lesson plans are provided by teachers like you and are peer reviewed. The lesson plans are easy to use and include student handouts and worksheets to print out.

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Educating for American Democracy

Educating for American Democracy (EAD) offers curriculum frameworks, inquiry-based lesson plans, entire unit plans, games, interactives, assessments, and more. Educators can access these resources to enhance their teaching of civics, history, and social studies, with a focus on developing students’ civic knowledge, skills, and dispositions. The materials provided by EAD aim to support educators in preparing students to be informed and engaged participants in American democracy.

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