Lesson Planning Resources
Engage New York offers curriculum and assessment tools for teachers in NYS.
Read Write Think offers lesson plans by topic, grade level, learning objective, and standards addressed. Every lesson includes interactive resources and assessment strategies.
Use mediaCONNECT to order media for your classroom or stream it directly from sites like NBC Learn, Learn 360, and Discovery Education. Once you are logged in create resources list for media related to specific topics or units, then share the list with other teachers. Be sure to let me know if I can help you create your media lists!
Build lessons using TED Ed or borrow what's already been created. TED Ed is known for engaging media and customizable lessons. Take advantage of the build in questions feature which allows you to add multiple choice, short response, and discussion questions.
Curated by PBS, Sparticl prides itself on being "designed to showcase the best STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) content" on the Web. Use Sparticl to create collections of interactive tools, videos, articles, games, and experiments.
ScienceFlix is a digital resource platform designed to reach all types of readers and learners. Features include introductory videos, interactive eBooks with a read aloud feature and glossary, related articles and more!
Rosen Interactive provides four interactive eBook collections to be used in the classroom: Spotlight on New York, CyberSmarts, Teen CyberSmarts, and Internet Dos and Don'ts.
FreedomFlix is a digital resource platform designed to reach all types of readers and learners. Features include introductory videos, interactive eBooks with a read aloud feature and glossary, related articles and more!
C3 Teachers published lesson and unit plans aligned to New York State's new Social Studies Framework. With an emphasis on inquiry, C3 teachers provides all of the document and resources needed to teach each "Inquiry".
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