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Extra Yard for Teachers Summit: Getting Global

The Extra Yard for Teachers Summit is the College Football Playoff Foundation’s annual flagship event designed to empower and inspire educators...

EDSITEment!

"EDSITEment offers free resources for teachers, students, and parents searching for high-quality K-12 humanities education materials in the subject...

National Geographic: Immersive Experiences

"Travel to different parts of the globe through cutting-edge technology, interactive live sessions, and virtual field trips – without even leaving...

National Museum for Asian Art: Educator Resources

The website for The National Museum for Asian Art houses a number of educational resources educators can use in their classrooms. Explore this...

National Museum of the American Indian: Lessons & Resources

The National Museum of the American Indian houses are number of educational resources and classroom lessons on their website aimed at increasing the...

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...

KidCitizen

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

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...

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...

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...

Abcya.com

Motivate students to learn with abcya.com. This site contains fun games connecting to reading, math, and strategy.

Discovery Education: Virtual Field Trips

Take your students on virtual field trips without leaving the classroom. These no-cost learning experiences from Discovery Education come with a...

Civics Standards and Resources

This workshop focuses on middle school civics standards and resources. Participants will review the new 6th-grade Civics standards, resource guides,...

Khan Academy

Are you looking for personalized learning resources for your learners? Perhaps you want to learn how to teach a certain skill, whether you are an...

Disciplinary Literacy

We know literacy is an essential skill across content areas, but knowing how to intertwine literacy with your specific subject area. This graphic...

TweenTribune

Are you in search of a free resource that will help you teach current events? Look no further! TweenTribune is a free platform offered by the...

Sketchnoting: A Mini-Workshop

Sketchnoting is a notetaking strategy in which imagery and pictures are drawn to remember key concepts. Fewer words, more doodles. You don't have to...