http://ofcn.org/cyber.serv/academy/ace Academy Curriculum Exchange. This site has lesson plans covering various subject areas for Grades K-12.
www.awesomelibrary.org/Library/Materials_Search/Lesson_Plans/Lesson_Plans.html Awesome Library: Lesson Plans This site has 10,000 reviewed resources for all K-12 curriculum areas.
www.atozteacherstuff.com/lessonplans A to Z Teacher Stuff’s Online Collection. (K-12) INTERACTIVE the new & improved lesson plans directory from A to Z Teacher Stuff! Search or browse lesson plans and teaching resources to find what you need for themes and thematic units, literature & book activities, math, science, learning centers, social studies, computers, reading, writing, P.E./health, cooperative learning, and more
http://www.awesomelibrary.org/Library/Materials_Search/Lesson_Plans/Lesson_Plans.html Awesome Library: Lesson Plans (K-12). This site includes resources for the K-12 curriculum including a lesson plan directory.
http://www.cstone.net/~bcp/BCPIntro2.htm Baltimore Curriculum Project Lesson Plans (K-5). These lesson plans are based on the Core Knowledge Sequence, it features monthly K-5 lesson plans for a variety of curricular areas.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/teachers/ BBC Teachers (PK-6). This site provides lesson plans and printable worksheets in history, math, and other subject areas.
www.ccproject.org The Creative Connections Project The Creative Connections Project links classrooms from around the world through E-mail, the Internet, art/music exchanges and Study Partnerships -- with components in Latin America (including schools in the Amazon Rain Forest, the Galapagos Islands, Chile, Ecuador and Costa Rica), Africa and China. Over 1,200 classes have participated since 1999.
http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/lessons/index_sci.html Thirteen Ed Online. This site was developed in respond to the national need for sustained teacher training, Thirteen/WNET New York, PBS's flagship station, developed Thirteen Ed Online. This free service features everything from standards-based lesson plans and classroom activities to a multimedia primer, online mentors, and reviews of curriculum-based Web sites.
http://edsitement.neh.gov EDSITEement: The Best of the Humanities on the Web This site from the National Endowment for the Humanities, this site has instructional resource in art, culture, literature, language arts, foreign language and history and social studies
http://www.eduref.org Educator’s Reference Desk – Lesson Plans This collection contains more than 2000 unique lesson plans which were written and submitted by teachers from all over the United States and the world. These lesson plans are also included in GEM, which links to over 40,000 online education resources
http://www.education-world.com/a_lesson/ Education World Lesson Planning Center (K-12). This site provides an article focusing on a specific topical theme such as hurricanes, first day of school, whales, or a specific holiday. Each article provides lessons and activities on the arts, history, language arts, math, science, social studies, and other topics.
www.eduref.org Educators Reference Desk. INTERACTIVE The Educator's Reference Desk provides access to the following resources: Resource Collection - Links to over 3000 resources on a variety of educational issues. This collection includes Internet sites, educational organizations, and electronic discussion groups. Lesson Plans - The Lesson Plan Collection contains more than 2000 unique lesson plans which were written and submitted by teachers from all over the United States. Question Archive - A collection of over 200 responses to popular questions on the practice, theory, and research of education. These responses may include citations from the ERIC database, Internet sites, discussion groups, and/or print resource information. ERIC Database - The ERIC database, the world's largest source of education information, contains more than one million abstracts of documents and journal articles on education research and practice.
www.forlessonplans.com For Lesson Plans INTERACTIVE This site contains an online directory of free lesson plans for K-12 teachers. Our library of lesson plans covers many subjects including Math, Science, Social Studies, Technology and more. Select a category below to choose from a variety of featured lessons. Lessons consist of applicable grade, materials needed for each lesson, the objective of the exercise, the procedure, how to evaluate the students progress and final enrichment activities. The site was created for teachers to intermix methods and knowledge of teaching solutions.
www.thefutureschannel.com The Futures Channel This sit has multimedia math and science teaching resource for all grade levels, including lesson plans and short videos about the uses of math and science in real-world settings.
http://www.thegateway.org The Gateway to Educational Materials. INTERACTIVE The Gateway provides the key to one-stop, any-stop access to high quality Internet lesson plans, curriculum units and other education resources. Browse subject and keyword lists, or search The Gateway. Retrieved records will link directly to the Internet resources they describe. Searches can be done by subject, keyword or grade level or any combination of these three.
www.gsn.org The Global Schoolhouse Your ultimate resource for global project-based learning, problem-based learning, and online collaborative learning
http://literacynet.org/cnnsf Learning Resources. (6-12) INTERACTIVE This site has a collection of weekly online interactive lessons using CNN news stories edited for students in Grades 6-12. There are interactive lessons for each news story.
http://learningpage.com Learning Page. (1-6) Learning Page is a huge collection of professionally produced instructional material for you to download and print. Lesson plans, books, worksheets and much more can be found on the site. There are thousands of pages in theme-based and basic skills categories.
www.lessonplanspage.com The Lesson Plans Page (K-12). INTERACTIVE Home to over 900 free lesson plans - making teaching easier! Search for lesson plans in the following areas: Math, Science Social Studies, Music, Language Arts, Art, Physical Education, Computers and the Internet, Multi-Disciplinary and Other lesson plans. Also sign up for a free newsletter.
www.lessonplanz.com LessonPlanz. This is searchable directory of free online lesson plans and resources for all grades and subjects. Launched on May 1, 1999, LessonPlanz.com was designed to provide an easier way for teachers to find online lesson plans and teaching resources! By eliminating search results that aren't relevant to teachers, you also save time. There are nearly 4,000 hand-selected and reviewed links to choose from!
http://www.teacher.org/lesson-plans Lesson Plans for Teachers
www.lessonsense.com Lesson Sense. Welcome to our site with worksheets, lesson ideas & plans for preschool, kindergarten, and other elementary / primary school students on a wide range of themes and topics. Our original lesson material is free to download for usage in your classroom or at home.
http://microsoft.com/education/?ID=LessonPlans Microsoft Education Lesson Plans. Microsoft provides a variety of lesson plans and ides on how to integrate its software products, which are correlated to local or state curriculum standards in the curriculum
www.mrdonn.org Mr. Donn's Free Lesson Plans and Activities. (K-12) INTERACTIVE This is a portal type site for History, Geography, Reading, Language Arts and other related content areas.
http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/nttidb/lessons_db.html NTTI Lesson Plan Database (K-12). This site maintains as archive of more than 200 teacher-developed lesson plans for integrating the Internet and instructional video in classrooms.
www.pedagonet.com Pedagonet INTERACTIVE This site contains brain teasers, supplies, books, tests, posters, videos, lessons, shareware, free email, minigifs, chat line, messages, jobs, freebies and other valuable resources.
http://www.pianonanny.com/start.html PianoNanny.com: Lesson Plans. This site offers more than 30 piano lesson plans for the beginner and more advanced player.
http://pblchecklist.4teachers.org/ Project Based Learning. A project-based learning method is a comprehensive approach to instruction. Your students participate in projects and practice an interdisciplinary array of skills from math, language arts, fine arts, geography, science, and technology. We now have customizable rubrics for multimedia projects, work skills, experiments, oral projects, and research projects -- all available at RubiStar
www.readwritethink.org ReadWriteThink This site has lesson plans for all grade levels fro the National Council fo Teacher of English (NCTE) and the International Reading Association (IRA)
http://teacher.scholastic.com/resources Scholastic’s Teacher Resource Center: Lesson Plans and Activities. (1-8) This site has a collection of teacher tested lesson plans and activities, reproducible and thematic units ready for teach math. These resource are organized by grade level
www.tappedin.sri.com Tapped In K-12 teachers, librarians, administrators, and professional development staff, as well as university faculty, students, and researchers gather here to learn, collaborate, share, and support one another.
http://teachersfirst.com/matrix.htm TeachersFirst Web Content Matrix. This site is by the Network for Instruction Television and offers a collection of lesson plans at all level and subject areas.
www.teachercreated.com Teacher Created Materials Web Site. This site publishes supplementary educational materials for all areas of the curriculum--language arts, social studies, math, science, technology, and the arts. They also produce educational software, and provide professional development training for teachers through seminars and online courses.
www.theteacherscorner.net Teacher’s Corner for K-8. This site has hundreds of lesson plans categorized by subject areas including thematic units for grades K-8.
http://teachersfirst.com/matrix.htm TeachersFirst Web Content Matrix (1-12). This site offers a collection of lesson plans at the elementary, middle, an high school levels.
www.teach-nology.com/teachers/lesson_plans TeAch-nology.com’s Lesson Plan Center. INTERACTIVE In our lesson plans center you will find your way to well over 20,489 lesson plans. Don't forget to visit our Lesson Plan Mega Search Page. If you're in the process of writing a lesson plan, check out out Advice on Writing Lesson Plans We also have over 5,727+ FREE printable worksheets in our worksheet area. Lesson Plans are broken down by subject. Choose the subject that interests you below to begin or use our search tool. If you need help finding a specific lesson, why not ask our experts in our FREE message board area. Experts as well as members answer questions and share their teaching experiences daily.
www.thinkport.org ThinkPort. This site is free comprehensive online resource from Maryland Public TV and the Johns Hopkins Univ. Center for Technology in Education. Thinkport is here to help teachers with the essential information, tools and materials they need to enhance the learning experience all in one place. This site includes a feature that allows teachers to create their own dynamic lesson plans with an interactive builder. There area also ready made lesson plans and a video service and online field trips included here.
Lesson Planning and Tools from 50 Education Technology That Every Teacher Should Know About
Teachers Pay Teachers: Have great lessons to share? Looking for something to add to your classes? On this site you can do both, selling your own class materials and buying high-quality resources from other teachers.
Planboard: Make sure your lessons are organized and that your day runs smoothly with the help of this amazing online tool designed just for teachers.
Timetoast: Timetoast is a pretty cool for student projects, allowing them to build sleek, interactive timelines in minutes.
Prezi: Want to build presentations that will wow your students? Make use of this online tool that makes it simple to do all kinds of cool things with your lessons, even allowing collaboration between teachers.
Wordle: Create stunning word clouds using Wordle, a great complement to language lessons of any kind.
QR Codes: QR codes (or quick response codes) are showing up with greater frequency in education. If you’d like to get in on the trend, you’ll need a tool to create and manage the codes like Delivr and one to read codes, like any of those listed on this site.
Quizlet: Quizlet makes it easy for teachers to create study tools for students, especially flashcards that can make memorizing important information a snap.
MasteryConnect: How are your students performing with regard to state and common core standards? MasterConnect makes it simple to track and analyze both, as well as other elements of student performance.
Google Docs: Through Google Docs, teachers can create and share documents, presentations, or spreadsheets with students and colleagues as well as give feedback on student-created projects.
YouTube: Not all schools allow YouTube, but they are missing out as the site contains a wealth of great learning materials for the classroom. There’s even a special education-focused channel just for teachers and students.
TED-Ed: TED isn’t just a great place to find inspiration anymore, the site also contains numerous videos that are organized by subject and can help you to teach everything from how pain relievers work to Shakespearean insults.
Glogster:Glogster is a social site that lets users mash up music, photos, videos, and pretty much anything else you’d like. It’s a great way to create learning materials and a handy tool for creative student projects.
Creaza: Want to bring your student projects into the 21st century? Creaza can make that possible, offering tools to brainstorm, create cartoons, and edit audio and video.