The world's largest Shakespeare collection, the ultimate resource for exploring Shakespeare and his world.
* State & County Resources
* cde lessons from the field:
This resource has extensive content of tools, databases, and vetted content area websites that support UDL and CLR. It is a reliable academic alternative to search engine searches (“googling”).
* Educational Organizations
Students are confused about how to evaluate online information. We all are. The COR curriculum provides free lessons and assessments that help you teach students to evaluate online information that affects them, their communities, and the world.
Learning for Justice provides free resources to caregivers and educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school. Educators use the materials to supplement the curriculum, to inform their practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children and youth are respected, valued and welcome participants.
Edutopia is a trusted source shining a spotlight on what works in education. We show people how they can adopt or adapt best practices, and we tell stories of innovation and continuous learning in the real world. Our Foundation is dedicated to transforming K-12 education so that all students can acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to thrive in their studies, careers, and adult lives.
Wolfram|Alpha is a computational knowledge engine. Help students look at concepts for Science and Math explained. Sometimes content is displayed in ways different from the teacher, which gives new perspective to the students. Supports exploration of content at different levels of complexity and helps students reflect on their understanding through processing.
This short, article is an interview with a U.C.L.A. neuroscientist about her latest book. She talks about how digital reading and hard-copy reading affect our brains differently. “Reader, Come Home" is about “the reading brain in a digital world.” The author talks about how technology is changing the brain, what we lose when we lose deep attention, and what to do about it.”
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W. Kamau Bell is a sociopolitical comedian and author who hosts and executive produces the CNN Original Series "United Shades of America," airing Sundays at 10 p.m. ET.
Books about white supremacy, racism and abuse of power within a national and local context. Selected by Ian S.of the Hennepin County Library (Mpls, Mn)
* Primary Source Analysis from the Library of Congress
Social Science Resources
Click below for a Symbaloo of Science-related websites. It's a virtual type of bookshelf. Enjoy!
* Translation Apps
CommonLit is a free collection of fiction and non-fiction passages for 3rd to 12th-grade classrooms. Search and filter collection by Lexile level, grade, theme, genre, literary device, or common core standard. Free digital lessons and library.
English Language Arts
* National Ambassasador for Young People's Literature
Explore the world of English vocabulary in a sound integrated guide. Touch or place your cursor over an object, word, or phrase to hear it pronounced aloud. Prove your vocabulary mastery by completing challenges.
Webopedia is an online dictionary and Internet search engine for information technology and computing definitions.
Your go-to source for professional IT insight, from defining complex tech jargon to exploring the latest tech trends.
Stanford History Education Group Civic Online Reasoning
E l l resources
* Teaching Tolerance Resources
Black Lives Matter
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