Lexile leveled articles and questions for Martin Luther King Day

In anticipation of Martin Luther King day, ReadWords.Org and the History Channel have put together lexile leveled articles and questions ranging from Kindergarten to 12th […]

Spring Resources from PBS Learning Media

Use Sports to Teach Math, Science, and More! Football and the Pythagorean Theorem: There’s Math in Sports? Explore how the Pythagorean theorem can be used […]

NCCE 2016 Keynote: Kevin Honeycutt

We are so thankful to Kevin Honeycutt for his presence and message at NCCE 2016. Kevin graciously granted permission for us to share his entire keynote […]

Learn about Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa with PBS LearningMedia

Help your class get into the holiday spirit! Familiar traditions have fascinating and sometimes surprising origins. Get to know the history and significance behind Christmas, […]

Super Simple Voice Recorder – SpeakPipe

I am constantly on the look out for easy ways to record audio. Over the years my “must have” features have changed to include support […]

Using TweetChat as another option for tonight’s #nccechat

Richard, Jason, and myself hope you can join us tonight at 7 pm PST for the first ever #NCCEchat We will be focusing on successes […]

How can time-strapped teachers find and use free resources from the Library of Congress?

How can time-strapped teachers find and use free resources from the online collections of the Library of Congress to support the needs of diverse learners? […]

Weekend Listen-and-Learn: Alex Blumberg on Making Podcasts

Are you into listening and consuming podcasts?  If the answer is no, it is not surprising.  While podcasting has had a steady audience over the […]

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