Resources

Digital Bell Ringers

In this resource from Carl Hooker, discover 17 bell ringer activities for use in digital instruction. "Bell ringers and soft starts in a remote...

Read Time Estimator

"This is a very simple chrome extension which allows you to estimate the amount of time it will take you to read a particular text."

15 Great Apps for Kids with Autism

These apps can help kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental challenges (e.g., Apraxia,  Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy,...

Training Camp with Coach Tom Allen

This workshop offers the opportunity to experience a halftime pep talk from the 2020 Big Ten Football Coach of the Year. Indiana University's Tom...

Training Camp with Fred Glass

Hosted in partnership with the College Football Playoff Foundation and Host Committee, Fred Glass, Author of Making your Own Luck: From Skid Row...

Training Camp with Ralph Reiff

Hosted in partnership with the College Football Playoff Foundation and Host Committee, this installment for the Training Camp Series will focus on...

The Electric Company YouTube Channel

"The Electric Company encourages literacy learning through the use of today's freshest pop culture, original animations, toe-tapping music videos and...

U.S. Mint: Education Resources

"Browse the U.S. Mint Coin Classroom’s educational resources to find at-home activities, lesson plans, and more. Use coins to teach kids math and...

Mount Vernon: Education Resources

"Mount Vernon, George Washington's estate, is dedicated to teaching people around the world about the life and legacies of our first president. Their...

Smithsonian's National Zoo: Education Resources

The Smithsonian's National Zoo, located in Washington, D.C. can make for a great field trip to explore their wildlife, habitats, and conservation...

KidCitizen

"KidCitizen introduces a new way for young students to engage with history through primary sources. In KidCitizen’s interactive episodes, children...

MIT BLOSSOMS

"BLOSSOMS video lessons, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, contains over 100 math and science lessons, all freely available to teachers...

Foundation for Teaching Economics: Teacher Resources

"Foundation for Teaching Economics provides a variety of resources for educators, including curriculum outlines and accompanying lesson plans, Hot...

Exploratorium: Teaching Resources

The Exploratorium, located in San Francisco, is a public learning laboratory exploring the world through science, art, and human perception. While...

Smithsonian's History Explorer: Lessons & Activities

"Smithsonian's History Explorer was developed by the National Museum of American History to offer hundreds of free, innovative online resources for...

Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation: Activities

Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation hosts a series of innovation activities encourage students to think with an inventive...

EconEdLink

"EconEdLink is the go-to-place for K-12 economics and personal finance resources, providing high-quality lesson plans, videos, assessments,...

National Museum of American History: Online Exhibitions

The National Museum of American History, located on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is home to nearly 2 million artifacts that paint a picture...

National Museum of American History: Simulations and Investigations

The National Museum of American History's website offers a number of resources for U.S. History teachers. Among these are the simulations and digital...

Digital Learning and STEM Grant Support Session

Join Alisha Foor, IDOE Digital Learning Team, and Dana Calfee, IDOE STEM Team, as they offer grant support for two new grant cycles. Presenters will...