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Stanford History Education Group created materials to teach students skills for "reading like a historian," but be sure to check out their other resources, too.
Library of Congress tool for guiding students through responding to various types of primary sources.
Almost 20,000 digitized items about 193 countries between 8000 BCE and today...available for anyone to view.
View a list of North Carolina-specific resources here.
The NC Biotechnology Center has compiled areas in which NC is contributing to biotechnology research and development.
Help students understand elements better by catering to their strengths - verbal or visual.
Read up on meaty science news in a digestible, student-friendly format.
From sea to space, NASA provides loads of interactives for students to explore beyond our world.
Here's a list by School Library Journal centralizing the permissions granted by several major publishers specifically during the COVID-19 situation.
If you've been wondering about reading aloud to your students online while we're away, it's important to know how copyright applies (and who's given permission!). Here's an overview.
Learn how to be a leader through literacy activities and workplace simulations.
See how each grade level's standards relates to those before and after it by viewing the highlighted changes by year. This helps tease out the depth necessary for meeting the standards.
Search hundreds of math problems that get students thinking - and proving their mastery - at various levels of topics.
Online simulations illustrate math concepts in student-friendly visual ways.
Rethink the way your students (and you) do math with Jo Boaler's revolutionary way of thinking about math. This links to the Tasks page, but take time to explore the whole site!
Math topic page of Science News for Students - real, current, in-depth STEM news adapted for a student audience.
A multi-use platform with information and tools for both student and teacher learning, Discovery Education is a powerhouse for any content area or professional development.
Fabulous collection of resources on events, people, art, museums, historical places...good for overviews or deep dives.
Free, open access to one of the globe's best information institutions - view 2D and 3D exhibits and artifacts that are completely open for our use!
Not just a way to check in on your ELLs' progress - check here for lesson ideas, interventions, and strategies, too!
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