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Teachers often need advice, support, and inspiration.
The internet provides that by connecting teachers with a wealth of lesson plans, advice from veteran teachers, and support from teachers who are working hard every day.
There’s no need for teachers to reinvent the wheel if a wealth of good information and resources already exist for them to use.
The best websites for teachers highlight some of the most educational, most creative, and most helpful information for teachers on the web.
Through these websites, teachers will discover the latest education news, lesson plans on nearly every subject, and ways to connect with other teachers around the world.
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Susan has created a top-notch resource for teachers at all grade-levels and subject areas.
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Read Write Think is an outstanding resource for teachers
It provides useful tools and materials for virtually every grade level.
Lesson plans are standards-based and often spur critical thinking skills in students.
Manipulatives and interactive resources are available to accompany many of the lesson plans as well.
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Teachnet strives to help teachers integrate web-based lessons into their curriculum.
This thorough site also features videos for teachers, online courses and other resources designed just for teachers.
Browse the site to find ideas for your own classroom or catch up on the latest news and research in the world of education.
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Anything you need to know about the education industry, you will find here.
Stay informed about the world of education through news, blogs, discussions and more.
Participate in webinars and hold discussions about hot-button issues to keep yourself up-to-date and active in the world of education.
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From K-12th grade, this section of Discovery Education offers a broad range of free classroom resources that will complement your curriculum.
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Curriki is a non-profit education community created by the Global Education and Learning Community.
With the idea of helping school systems reduce costs, .
Curriki provides free and open resources for all grades and subjects
The resources are designed to help liberate educators from static teaching methods and help them bring innovation into their classrooms on a daily basis, consequently increasing student achievement.
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Judy Miller believes that entertainment is a crucial part of the learning process
With this idea in mind she developed Apples for the Teacher
which includes interactive learning games, quizzes, and worksheet generators.
Resources are grouped by themes and subjects, including math, creative arts, foreign languages and science.
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In 2000, after retiring, Sandy Kemsley created ABCteach to continue communicating her passion for teaching as well as her educational knowledge.
ABCteach has now become a global educational resource, featuring interactive games, videos, fun activities and worksheets.
The resources cover a range of subjects for students in Pre-K through middle school
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This teacher created site is designed to help teachers find educational resources more easily.
Search for lesson plans, teacher tips, discussion forums, downloadable materials, worksheets and more.
Check out the featured tools.
Such as the Leveled Books Database and Word Search Maker
along with the theme resource pages to get more ideas for your classroom.
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This popular site was made to save teachers time when it comes to looking for educational resources K-12th grade.
TeacherVision contains a vast online library of lesson plans, printables, quizzes and more to help teachers enhance student learning.
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