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Resources is provided by A to Z Teacher Stuff, whose primary goal is to enhance the learning of students everywhere through helping teachers find the resources they need. Educators can search or browse the science category, which contains hundreds of lesson plans organized by grade level from grade school through twelfth grade. Each listing contains the title, age recommendation, a rating...
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...
Maricopa Center for Learning & Instruction

In recent years, community and technical colleges have quietly been developing a number of curriculum and instruction centers designed to provide a number of excellent resources for their faculty. The Maricopa Community College District has its own Maricopa Center For Learning and Instruction (MCLI) and their website is real find for those teaching at community colleges as well as those generally...
Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence: Tools for Teaching and Learning

Colleges and universities around the world have embarked on a new era of assisting teachers with their classroom manner and organization. The Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence at Pennsylvania State University has created this site to give educators access to a wide range of excellent teaching and learning tools. The materials and resources here are divided into the following sections:...
Teaching Resources: University of New England

This particular resource was developed by members of the Core Curriculum Committee of the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of New England. Here, visitors can peruse dozens of links leading to high quality resources for college instructors. The materials are divided into three areas: Recommended Books and Articles, Teaching Techniques and Sample Activities, and Critical Thinking:...