This resource for teachers provides themes and lesson plans, printables, tips from teachers, as well as articles related to education. Additional links to other educational sites. Search by subject, grade, or keyword.
"Annenberg Media's multimedia resources help teachers increase their expertise in their fields and assist them in improving their teaching methods. Many programs are also intended for students in the classroom and viewers at home." At Learner.org users can access many free video teaching programs in the subjects of Arts, Foreign Languages, Literature & Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies and History.
This site contains lesson plans and materials designed to help teachers integrate disability studies into social studies, history, literature, and related subjects in grades 6-12. Browsable by lesson unit, grade, subject, era, disability, or topic. From the Center on Human Policy at Syracuse University.
This site offers teachers a place to come together to share, ask questions, get advice, encouragement, and inspiration. Sections include Curriculum, Lesson Plans, Subject Resources, Instruction, Idea Central, and Teacher Tools. There are articles, product and book reviews, downloadable materials, and more.
"Education World has a search engine for educational Web sites only, a place where educators can find information without searching the entire Internet, original content, including lesson plans, practical information for educators, information on how to integrate technology in the classroom, and articles written by education experts, site reviews, daily features and columns, teacher and principal profiles, Wire Side Chats with the important names in education and employment listings."
Enchanted Learning offers a wide variety of information for teachers to use in the classroom. For most topics worksheets and craft ideas are included. Full site access requires a membership, but a portion of the content is accessible for free.
"The GEM project is a consortium effort to provide educators with quick and easy access to the substantial, but uncataloged, collections of educational materials found on various federal, state, university, nonprofit, and commercial Internet sites."