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Unlimited archival access to hundreds of Lexile-leveled news articles and Common Core–aligned quizzes, with new articles every day on a variety of topics including war and peace, science, kids, money, law, health, arts, sports and politics.
Offered by the Smithsonian for use by K-12 grade teachers and students, TTribune consists of daily news sites for kids, tweens, and teens, and includes text, photos, graphics, and audio and/or video materials prepared by the Smithsonian and others about current events, history, art, culture and science. TTribune also includes lessons, instructional and assessment tools, and opportunities for the registered users to communicate with other participants.
Microsoft Teams Conversation Page
This is an easy way to continue a class discussion outside of class by posting questions, images, videos, or attach documents for students to view and comment on any time.
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BrainPop Free Stuff
Access a variety of free videos and activities.
Design a cell phone or assist in a knee replacement surgery are just some of the options students can chose from on this site offering free science and math games and activities
A digital library offering free universal access to books, movies & music, as well as 435 billion archived web pages.
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Search a free portion of the national NBC News video archive. Each video connects to the Common Core standards and some offer accompanying lessons and discussion questions.
Stream full length movies and documentaries for free.
Teacher Training Videos
Curious about flipping your classroom or learning how to use Prezi? View video tutorials to familiarize yourself with new technology for your classroom.
It's YouTube for teachers by teachers! Search videos and lesson plans by subject and grade level.
Teaching Channel: Inspirational Teaching Videos
Offers professionally produced videos of teachers sharing their lessons and best practices for a wide variety of topics and grade levels.
Top Documentary Films
Browse this free collection of thousands of stunning, eye-opening and interesting documentaries.
Watch Know Learn
Thousands of free educational videos to use in your classroom.
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Language barriers have never been more pronounced. Whether in an urban area of a modern country (e.g. the Chicago Public School system has 73 different languages represented in its student population) or the rural areas of a less developed country (e.g. Mongolia, where the ICDL has its first "branch" and where rural schools do not yet support a culture of reading for pleasure), differences in language are making it harder and harder for educational initiatives to bring about success.
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