A Shared World - Free Resource for Educators

Photo by Dzenina Lukac from Pexels My world.  Your world.  Our World.  A world of stories, resonating around the globe, among different people, different cultures. Stories unite our […]

Winter Resources for the Elementary Classroom

It’s important for students, especially young learners, to understand the changing of the seasons and the rhythms of the year. These lessons can frame all […]

Experiencing Early American History with Interactive Resources

Thanksgiving, despite not becoming a national holiday until the Civil War, is a time of year steeped in images of America’s colonial past. For educators […]

Celebrating Digital Citizenship Week with Powerful Resources

Digital citizens are critical thinkers. They carefully weigh evidence and sources and come to informed conclusions about what they encounter online. They are digitally literate, […]

How to Integrate Online Lesson Plans Into Your Curriculum

With only a few weeks left until the start of the new school year, many teachers are preparing their lesson plans for September and mapping […]

Celebrate Smokey Bear’s 75th Birthday with These Free Digital Resources

This August marks 75 years of Smokey Bear, the portly park ranger who reminds us just who can prevent wildfires. Initially created during World War […]

1 quick protocol to get your lesson plans organized

Lesson planning. It’s a basic part of many educators’ day. But in our hectic lives, it’s so easy to rush through our lesson planning. It […]

4 frameworks to level up your lesson planning

In the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it’s so easy to let our lesson plans move down our priority list. And when that happens, […]

3 powerful lesson plan templates – and how to make your own

If you’ve ever bought a lesson plan book, you’ve probably flipped through it and looked at all the extra pages at the beginning and the […]

Shift Perspectives with Global Collaboration

“Bring a lesson plan that you love, then we’ll blend technology into it.” I’ve heard this request a thousand times, a way to assist low-tech […]

10 awesome lesson planning tips from the #Ditchbook community

Writing and organizing your lesson plans can be difficult. Our time is precious and we want our lesson plans to be a meaningful part of […]

Planning for Your Online English Lessons and Where to Find the Best Resources

If you are new to teaching English online, then you might be wondering how best to plan for your new students. It’s one of the […]

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