Teacher Resources

I am sure we have all had teachers like the ones in this video. I am also sure that none of those teachers are who inspired us to become teachers.

Isn't this why we all became teachers?

Great Inspiration

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12 Free Online Quiz Makers

  • Here is a collection of 12 free online quiz making applications I collect after days’ collection. These apps will help you make quizzes for online use for free.

50 Stunning & Inspirational Stop Motion Videos

BBC - Learning Teachers

Best of History Web Sites

  • Best of History Web Sites is an award-winning portal that contains annotated links to over 1000 history web sites as well as links to hundreds of quality K-12 history lesson plans, history teacher guides, history activities, history games, history quizzes, and more. More than History can be found here.

Bloom's Taxonomy Tutorial FLASH

  • The tutorials on this page include the "Bloom's Taxonomy - An Overview" and "Bloom's Taxonomy - Designing Activities". Scroll down the page or use the table of contents' links to access the tutorials.

Brain Games from Lumosity

  • Shown to improve memory and attention, Detailed feedback and improvement tracking, Fun and easy: full workout in less than 10 minutes/day

Center on Instruction

Copyrightconfusion - home

Creative Thinking Home - Copyright Info & Lessons

Critical Thinking - Strategy List - 35 Dimensions of Critical Thought

Critical Thinking Web

  • This educational web site provides over 100 free online tutorials on critical thinking, logic, scientific reasoning, creativity, and other aspects of thinking skills. Our online tutorials have been used by universities, community colleges, and high schools across the world.

Curriculumbits - Online Interactive ELearning Teaching Resources

Cybraryman Internet Catalogue


  • The Best of the Humanities on the Web - Art & Culture, Literature & Language Arts, Foreign Language and History / Social Studies Resources

eLearn: Best Practices - 10 Things I've Learned About Teaching Online

eMints National Center

  • The eMINTS National Center is a non-profit, independent business unit of the University of Missouri. eMINTS offers professional development programs created by educators for educators. Leading experts have collaborated to produce programs that inspire educators to use instructional strategies powered by technology, engage students in the excitement of learning and enrich teaching to dramatically improve student performance.

Graph Sketch

  • Beyond simple math and grouping (like "(x+2)(x-4)"), there are some functions you can use as well. Look below to see them all. They are mostly standard functions written as you might expect. You can also use "pi" and "e" as their respective constants.

I Like 2 Learn - Home page

I Like 2 Learn - Menu

  • Loads of resources for teaching geographical locations

Instructional Strategies Online

  • Instructional strategies determine the approach a teacher may take to achieve learning objectives. Five categories of instructional strategies and explanation of these five categories can be found within this site.

Library of Congress - For Teachers

  • Bringing the power of primary sources into the classroom

Inspiring Teachers - Professional Resources

Project Based Learning

  • Welcome to PBL-Online, a one stop solution for Project Based Learning! You'll find all the resources you need to design and manage high quality projects for middle and high school students.

Resources for Teachers

SAS Curriculum Pathways

  • Improve and expand educational opportunity through free online curriculum resources

Spelling City

  • Spellingcity.com is a free spelling tool that makes teaching spelling exciting. With online spelling games, spelling reviews, and spelling quizzes, your students will learn those weekly spelling words with unprecedented enthusiasm.

Storybird - Collaborative storytelling

Teach It, Tech It, Learn It, Lead It

Technology Tips for Teachers

The Teacher Tap: Professional Development Resources for Educators

  • The Teacher Tap is a free, professional development resource that helps educators and librarians address common questions about the use of technology in teaching and learning by providing easy access to practical, online resources and activities.

Thousands of FREE Presentations in PowerPoint format

US Department of Education Launches “I Am What I Learn” Student Video Contest

Virtual Field Trips

  • A virtual field trip takes students on a tour of a location using a series of web sites that have been linked together, creating a guided experience. Since they do not require special software, they can be accessed from a classroom or home computer. Virtual field trips can enhance the content of a lesson by providing an activity that extends students' experiences with a topic by taking them outside of the classroom and into a different environment.

Web Based Projects from the University of Richmond

Wolfram Demonstrations Project

  • A free resource of interactive visualizations from elementary education to the frontiers of research