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Lesson Plans - Teachers.Net
Now featuring 4687 Free Lesson Plans! Teachers.Net features thousands of free lesson plans and classroom ideas submitted by teachers just like you. Browse lesson plans by category, grade level, or search by keyword, and discover how the Teachers.Net community can make your lesson planning easier and more rewarding. Create Your Own Lesson Plan Contribute by uploading your original lesson plans with fellow teachers - anything from simple time-saving tips, to complete standards-based lesson plans. Share your successful lessons with fellow teachers, and help them to plan gain great learning experiences to share with their students. Most Recent Lesson Plans

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Center for Excellence & Innovation in Teaching It is very important to students that assignments are graded fairly and it is very important to instructors to provide feedback that is meaningful to students. Questions to Consider about Grading Will I grade on an absolute (criterion-referenced) standard, on a relative (norm-referenced) standard, on subjective determinations of student learning, on student-teacher contracts, or on some other method of grading? Teacher Resources . Lesson Plans and Curriculum . PBS KIDS Raising Readers Teaching kids how to read – and how to enjoy it – is a challenge for any educator, especially when there are so many other demands on your time. Below, you’ll find lessons, articles, and curriculums that make it easier for any child to pick up skills. Lesson Ideas & Curriculum

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Teaching Tolerance: Classroom Resources This lesson is part of The Little Rock Battle for School Integration series, which introduces students to the actors and events central to the 1957 Little Rock Central High School desegregation crisis. In this lesson, students learn about the state of Central High School and integration in Little Rock 55 years after the crisis. In 1957, the conflict in Little Rock changed the nation, but in the process, the small, Southern city was also transformed. The events that made Little Rock famous exposed the city’s divided views on racial integration. 100 Best Video Sites For Educators Bringing multimedia into the classroom is a great way to engage students in learning. Supplementing lessons, opening up new interests, and offering inspiration, online videos make for an incredible teaching tool. In 2010, we covered our favorite 100 video sites for educators, and we’ve now updated our list for 2012 with more than 100 resources and more than 25 brand new entries. Read on, and you’ll be able to check out the very best sources for educational videos on the web.

Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation The Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation brings pedagogical and technological issues together to support Carnegie Mellon faculty and graduate students in their roles as educators. New Resource: Teaching After Tragedy: What can instructors do to support students? Tragic events may take an emotional and cognitive toll on students, disrupt their lives, and interfere with learning for extended periods. Here we have strategies and resources to help instructors support students in the wake of tragedy... Connecting, Sharing, Adapting Read about Eberly Center's activities and impact in our AY2014-15 Annual Report (pdf)... DePaul University Teaching Commons On this site you will find a range of practical and pedagogical resources, from learning how to access your course roster to discovering professional development programs available to faculty and staff at DePaul. The Teaching Commons is a collaboration between academic partners across the university, and we are happy to facilitate the exchange of teaching strategies and materials. If you have something you'd like to share, please email us at dtc@depaul.edu. Our Partners While the Teaching Commons is a collection of resources that belongs to the whole learning community at DePaul, most of our work is created and shaped by our partnering academic support offices. Discover Our Partners

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