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360schools: An Overview

Are you looking for a whole immersion experience with 360º photos for your students? You need 360schools! 360schools is a unique immersive 360° /...

11-12 Social Studies Literacy Framework

Translating social studies standards into high-quality instruction can be a daunting task. This framework from the Indiana Department of Education is...

6-8 Social Studies Literacy Framework

Translating social studies standards into high-quality instruction can be a daunting task. This framework from the Indiana Department of Education is...

Early Learning Foundations Guidance: Social Studies

This guidance is intended to be a resource for educators to support and enhance children’s learning and development while using the Foundations,...

Gamifying the Writing Process

Do you have students writing college essays or personal narratives this fall? Check out this gamification folder with resources of the writing...

National Geographic Resource Library

National Geographic Education offers thousands of free resources to create immersive experiences for your classroom. This Lab resource hosts a...

National Geographic Mapping Activities

Creating immersive experiences for your students to explore and interact with locations around the world can be done simply with National Geographic...

The Ultimate Collection of Jamboard Templates

Jamboard is a digital whiteboard that lets even far-flung teams sketch out ideas and save them in the cloud so they can be accessed on any device....

The Social Studies Classroom with iCivics

iCivics is a free, non-partisan civic education tool filled with high-quality, engaging resources for teachers and students across the nation. From...

GrowNextGen: Educational Games

GrowNextGen provides teachers with free, high-quality STEM units and lessons that bring agriculture principles and practices into the science...

Learning for Justice: Professional Development Webinars

Learning for Justice is an online resource aimed at providing K-12 educators with the knowledge, resources, and lesson ideas for teaching and...

Google Voyager

Google Voyager is a feature in Google Earth in which the user can explore pre-made trips of several topics and locations. Not only is the person...

Google Earth Resources

Google has gathered some fantastic resources for teachers to use with the Geo tools, including Google Earth.  Titled “Resources for Beginners to...

Geoguessr

Geoguessr is an independent site that uses Google Street View to test geography skills. The site “drops” the user in a random place globally, and...

NoRedInk

Created by a teacher who felt there must be a better way to improve the writing and grammar of his students while also making the process...

Newsela: Connect Current Events to Today's Student

With a targeted and bold goal to improve reading comprehension in students grades 2 through 12, Newsela offers an extensive digital library spanning...

Graph of the Week

Graph of the Week is a website created by teacher Kelly Turner. Its mission is compiling activities for math class that would encourage critical...

How to Cite Sources and Create a Bibliography in Google Docs

Creator of the blog Free Technology for Teachers, Richard Bryne, has created a video that turns your Google Doc into a well-polished, linked...

Google Street View

Google Street View allows you to explore cities, landmarks, natural wonders, and even museums worldwide. You can find Street View in Google Maps and...

Interactive Media Bias Chart

This Interactive Media Bias Chart® is a data visualization that displays measures of news (and “news-like”) articles and sources generated by...