More free curriculum resource links for teachers
1. Boundless – Boundless offers content that ranges from searchable lessons all the way to entire digital textbooks. It provides teachers and students with adaptable PowerPoint templates and pre-written quizzes.
2. SAS Curriculum Pathways – My favorite feature of SAS Curriculum Pathways are its interactive animated lessons. It drops students into an attractive lesson that engages with audio, visuals and interactive elements. SAS Curriculum Pathways offers content in English, math, science, social studies and Spanish.
3. LearnZillion – LearnZillion offers entire lesson plans and video lessons from more than 4,000 videos on English language and math. Its resources are linked to Common Core State Standards.
4. OER Commons – OER Commons houses lessons created by educators. It includes subjects like history, law, social science and more. OER Commons digital librarians have also curated collections of professional learning resources like game-based learning, arts integration and building text-dependent questions.
5. Curriki – Curriki wants to create the largest global community library of OERs. Its library includes thousands of educator-vetted, openly licensed materials. It has curated collections in math, science, computer science, English and study skills.
6. engageny – This site, maintained by the New York State Education Department, helps students and teachers align to the New York State Board of Regents Reform Agenda. Its resources, though, are available to anyone. They include thousands of videos and lessons on all grade levels — prekindergarten through high school.
7. HSTRY.co – This new tool lets teachers search through and create interactive timelines based on history. Pull in video clips, audio of historic speeches, primary resources, documents and more. Add questions and other interactive elements.
8. Coursera – More than 1,000 free courses are available on Coursera from universities and other educational organizations. Topics include social sciences, business, life sciences, computer science, arts and humanities and more.
9. Dream Reader - Free online English reading practice for learners
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