Wyzant

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algebra, arithmetic, biology, calculus, chemistry, ELA, geometry, history, Languages, literacy, Mathematics, mathematics, physics, science, Social Sciences, social studies, Spanish, statistics, trigonometry, world languages

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These sample lessons give students a way to quickly review the most popular topics in math, science, history, and more! Most lessons end with a quick practice quiz to make sure you understood what you read. Lessons are a great way to review what you’re learning in school or to get ahead!

YoungZine

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art, Earth science, history, Humanities, Natural Sciences, science, Social Sciences, Technology

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Youngzine is a wholesome, unbiased, and engaging media platform where children learn about news and current events shaping our world. Youngzine is not just another news website for kids – their age-appropriate articles explore the context behind the news stories, spark curiosity and critical thought, and develop an openness for perspectives and cultures different from their own in young minds. Their goal is to help parents and educators create a vibrant community of well-informed and engaged young citizens in an increasingly connected world.

Better Explained

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algebra, arithmetic, calculus, computer science, geometry, Mathematics, mathematics, statistics, Technology, trigonometry

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The website Better Explained covers just about all math topics students will need. It includes articles for each topic and walks students through the entire process with multiple examples. Students can find what they’re looking for based on the topic name.

Adolescent Development Explained

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Health, health education, health education, Humanities, psychology, Social Sciences

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Adolescent Health offers information about adolescent mental health across states, adolescent mental health disorders, and access to care. Within the article page there are additional attachments of, the Adolescent Development Explained Webinar.

The Digital Lives of Teens: Code Switching

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“The Digital Lives of Teens: Code Switching” is an article about how teens confront the challenges and opportunities of code switching in digital spaces, at home and at school. Code switching is not easy to do and can bring coping fatigue, confusion, missteps and distractions. The article also includes suggestions on how to adapt your classroom to the code.