Teacher Resources

Benchmark Literacy Links:

Benchmark Writer’s Workshop Resource

Benchmark Literacy Common Core Resource

Benchmark Phonics Resource

Benchmark Word Study Resource

 


Discovery Education Streaming


GRRL-Great River Regional Library

Google Image Safe Search

 

NWEA Testing Practice:

MAP Math

MAP Reading

 

MCAs:

Perspectives for Educators

 

Book Labeling

Guided Reading Level

AR Level

 

Miscellaneous:

AgameAday

Easy Test Maker

ERDC Media Lending Library

Everyday Math Resources

Enchanted Learning

United Streaming

Tech Integration Links

Integrating Technology with Marzano's Instructional Strategies

STMA Technology Integration

SMART Board Sites

Thinkfinity

iPads in the Classroom

Kathy Schrock's Bloomin' Guide to Apps

iPads in the Classroom

Apps for Elementary

Racism Resources for the Classroom

Amnesty International

Teaching Tolerance

  • http://www.tolerance.org/
    • Teaching Tolerance has a plethora of anti racism and diversity resources. There are links to free teacher resources, lesson plans, and more. Sign up at this site for their free magazine. Appropriate for all ages.

EdChange

Diversity Council.org

Teach Peace Now

Multicultural Book Links

Anti Defamation League

Multicultural, Cross Cultural, and Intercultural Games

50 Multicultural Books Every Child Should Know

How to choose the best Multicultural book

Content-Area Reading Web Resources

(compiled by Educational Leadership and Bill McBride, national trainer for CAR)

Study strategies: http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/centers/clic/instructional_strategies_resources.html#study

Content Reading Strategies, including links for effective teaching strategies, graphic organizers for CAR, concept mapping, anticipation guides and much: http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/centers/clic/instructional_strategies_resources.html#comprehension

Writing to Learn: http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/centers/clic/instructional_strategies_resources.html#writing

Games for building vocabulary: http://isb.sccoe.org/WritersWorkshop/vocabGames/index.htm

How to Boost Your Students' Understanding of Your Content Area: Be a Reading Teacher! (an excellent site full of links to other valuable content-reading sites): http://www.gaillovely.com/Teach%20Reading%20in%20the%20Content%20Areas.htm

IRA’s link to recommended content-reading websites: http://www.content-reading.org/ResourcePage.htm#websites

Reading Strategies that assist content area reading (filled with practical ideas): http://www.sarasota.k12.fl.us/sarasota/interdiscrdg.htm

Writing Fix (for teachers)