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Teachers Useful Resources

  • The Q'an'job'al Maya: Their Stories and History
  • The Q’an’job’al Maya, also known as the Kanjobal, were one of Mayan groups who had managed to survive to keep Mayan traditions alive. read more

  • Literary Terms and Definitions
  • Literary devices help authors express their ideas and intentions in a meaningful, purposed way. These are some of the most common literary devices and terms for describing literature. read more

  • Storytelling Traditions of Native Americans
  • Native American oral storytelling traditions allowed tribes to transmit their mythological, spiritual and historical understandings of themselves and the worlds they inhabited to their children and their children’s children. read more

  • The Standards for K-12 Students in the Arts
  • The 1994 standards from the Consortium of National Arts Education Associations set out a consensus for what students should know and be able to do at the end of grades 4, 8 and 12. read more

  • First Year Teacher Resources
  • To say being a first year teacher is tough is a vast understatement. Any veteran can tell you: It’s pure Hell! read more

  • Problem Based Learning Resources
  • Problem based learning techniques are useful to help students solve real world problems, but teachers and educators need specific training and resources to really engage their students. read more

  • Tips for the Aspiring Scholar: Methods of Study for College Freshmen
  • Freshmen year is much more than the new drinking habits you’ll pick up or the 15 pounds you’ll pack on. Making sure that you are properly prepared for your first college year takes a lot of dedication and organization. read more

  • Rockin' Rock Resources
  • Rock and Mineral Resources for Teachers read more

  • Hubble Space Telescope: Searching the Sky
  • The Hubble Space Telescope has inspired and drawn people into astronomy and space studies more than any other astronautical advancement in the past 20 years. The history and engineering of the Hubble Space Telescope is one of a kind read more

  • Butterflies
  • Butterflies are one of nature's most beautiful creatures. With their beautiful colors and graceful fluttering, butterflies put a smile on everyone's face. But along with their beauty, studying butterflies can make a great lesson plan for young students and nature lovers. Here are some great resources on butterflies. read more

  • Science Fair Survival Guide
  • A top-notch guide for surviving a science project assignment. This guide includes everything you will need to create a successful science project. read more

  • Old English: People and Traditions
  • The current English language is far from the original version used by the Anglo-Saxons. The history of the language and a look at its variations throughout the years is fascinating. read more

  • Math Success
  • Math is a difficult subject for many students. It takes a lot of will power and self-discipline to master the many calculations and formulas that are common in algebra, calculus, geometry, etc. Here you will find useful advice on how to conquer any math class read more

  • MathQuests
  • MathQuests are interactive games that teach students math concepts in an engaging and fun manner. read more

  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Differentiated Instruction is a teaching method that centers on finding out how each child learns information and shows mastery of content by incorporating several different modalities of assessment and content delivery with the hope that each student learns at an optimum level. read more

  • An Overview of the book, >>The No Significant Difference Phenomenon<< by Thomas L. Russell
  • What is better -traditional classroom learning or online learning? Here, take a look at Thomas L. Russell's research to find out the real deal behind E-learning. read more

  • Short Story Glory
  • Reading the short stories of authors like James Joyce or Oscar Wilde can really spark imagination and love for reading in a young child. It's stories like Aesop's Fables or Hans Christian Andersen's "Thumbelina" that help a child's imagination grow. Here you will find a selective collection of short story authors that will appeal to readers of all ages. read more

  • Literature for Children
  • Encouraging children to read early is one of the most important things that a parent or teacher can do. However, it can be challenging to find unique resources for young students. Here you will find information on reading lists, activities, author interviews, and book clubs for writers of all ages. read more

  • Follow the Math Path
  • This is the perfect page for math geeks that love a good challenge. Follow the Math Path will lead you on a wild chase through graph theory, famous equations and unsolved math mysteries. read more

  • Plimoth Plantation
  • Interested in the rich history of Plymouth, MA? Interested in learning about Native Americans and the Pilgrims? Planning a visit to Plymouth, MA? Here you will be able to plan an exciting and informative voyage to the past, present and future of Plymouth, MA. read more

  • Research Project Guide for Students
  • The hardest part of a research project is usually deciding on what to research. read more

  • Awesome Astronomy: Top Ten All-time Favorite Astronomy Photos
  • For centuries, astronomy has been a topic of academic study and almost religious-like devotion. Today, with modern instruments, the stars have never been clearer and well understood. This is a top ten list of the astronomy community’s favorite images captured from space. read more

  • Fun Math Resources
  • Fun math resources? Yes, math can be fun and even cool. Look here for interesting math games, lesson, puzzles, and brain benders. read more

  • The Algae Gallery
  • The Algae Gallery read more

  • Evaluation Techniques of Internet Resources
  • Online resources for evaluationg website content. Very useful resource for teachers who want to encourage students to use critical thinking when using the Internet. read more

  • APA STYLE CITATION REFERENCE
  • APA Style citation reference guide for students and writers. read more

  • Internet Resources for Musicians and Music Teachers
  • Online resources for musicians and music teachers. read more

  • Tired Teacher's Website K-12
  • Discover Tired Teacher's Websites for K-12 read more

  • Check Your Spelling
  • Check Your Spelling read more

  • Rainbow Resources
  • Rainbows make everyone happy. In addition, they make for a great science lesson plan! read more

  • Online Index of Religions and Religious Texts
  • This site is designed to assist in research of all religious matters. It is an index of most major world religions from ancient faiths to new religious denominations. read more