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View Resource Teachers helping Teachers

Teachers helping Teachers, provided by a California middle school instructor, provides ideas and tips in the form of lesson plans and classroom activities. The content has been submitted by teachers for teachers. The site is designed to be an aid to teachers in K through 12, and provides ideas for classroom management, language arts, math, science, social studies, the arts, and special education....
View Resource HEPROC-Learning-Contracts mailing list

Moderated by a panel of three, the HEPROC-Learning-Contracts mailing list studies the relationship between students and faculty in higher (or tertiary) education. The list will cover explicit and implicit aspects of that relationship, methods of customizing content and learning experiences, and ways to enhance students' definition of and commitment to course content and materials. Learning...
View Resource Teaching K-12 Economics

Sponsored by the University of Nebraska at Omaha Center for Economic Education (and part of the Economic Education Web), this website offers a panoply of resources for educators who may be looking for materials that will assist them in the teaching of basic and intermediate economic principles. Teachers can peruse sections that offer dozens of classroom activities and lesson plans, complete with...
View Resource The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

As a result of the kind donations of Andrew Carnegie in 1905, and chartered in 1906 by an Act of Congress, the aim of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching is "to do and perform all things necessary to encourage, uphold, and dignify the profession of the teacher and the cause of higher education." While it would seem that this is a rather indomitable set of tasks, the Carnegie...
View Resource Peabody College of Education: Department of Teaching & Learning

This website for the Peabody College of Education: Department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University describes current projects in mathematics education research. Findings and innovations developed from several projects are available from this website. Current and completed projects include: Investigating Multimedia Case Studies as a Tool for Pre-service Teacher Development,...
View Resource National Science Foundation: Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

Established in 1983 by The White House and sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF), The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) Program "identifies outstanding mathematics and science teachers, kindergarten through 12th grade, in each state and the four U.S. jurisdictions." The website presents information about past awardees, the program, and its...
View Resource The NEA Foundation for the Improvement of Education

The National Education Association (NEA) has a number of laudable public outreach programs, but the NEA Foundation for the Improvement of Education may be one that is of special interest to teachers in particular. The primary function of the Foundation is to make grants that will improve public education across the nation, including those grants to honor teaching excellence and to create the...
View Resource Responsive Classroom

The Responsive Classroom addresses some of the challenges present in any elementary classroom, be it first-grade mathematics or third-grade science, by offering "an approach to teaching and learning that fosters safe, challenging, and joyful classrooms and schools, kindergarten through eighth grade." Through this website, classroom teachers share "practical strategies for bringing together social...
View Resource Center for Research and Learning: Multicultural Teaching Strategies

In recent years, there has been more of a concerted effort to teach educators how to incorporate different learning strategies in the classrooms. For some educators classroom settings may be much more diverse than when they were in college or graduate school, so it is important to offer resources to help make their classroom experience a successful one. The Center for Research and Learning at the...
View Resource Pedagogy Unbound

David Gooblar, a lecturer in the Rhetoric Department at the University of Iowa, launched Pedagogy Unbound in 2013 in order to provide a space for college instructors to discuss and share ideas about curriculum, instruction, and pedagogy in higher education. Gooblar also authors a column by the same name for the Chronicle of Higher Education's Vitae. On this website, visitors can access a number of...

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