DavisArt

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Davis Art
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Elementary, High School, Middle school

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Art, Humanities, Vocational Studies

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DavisArt provides art teachers with free resources for the classroom. This website provides teachers with tools to create diverse artwork that is created around different skills. For example, they have art projects that are targeted towards emotional and behavioral skills, or gross motor adaptations. This is a great way for art teachers to make their projects adapted and accessible for their students.

Big Ideas Learning

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Mathematics

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This website provides teachers with free recourses for teacher and students. They provide children with at home lesson activities along with different technological tools to view their progress. This is also helpful for teachers to monitor progress. This website also provides teachers with lesson plans and other class management systems.Big

Mathsticks

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Mathsticks was originally set up as a library of ideas, strategies and resources for trainee and Newly Qualified Teachers. This site offers to support teachers, students, parents, carers and children develop their mathematical teaching and learning. The materials, strategies and activities here are based on the need for children to be fully involved in their learning; to have fun, and to enjoy and achieve while developing their mathematical skills. 

Visualizing Emancipation

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4, Elementary, High School, Middle school

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Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Social Sciences

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Visualizing Emancipation is a map of slavery’s end during the American Civil War. It finds patterns in the collapse of southern slavery, mapping the interactions between federal policies, armies in the field, and the actions of enslaved men and women on countless farms and city blocks. It encourages scholars, students, and the public to examine the wartime end of slavery in place, allowing a rigorously geographic perspective on emancipation in the United States.

Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown

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Online resources for educators and students to enrich a visit to Jamestown Settlement and the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown and access from your classroom or at home. Relevant to curriculum-based studies and SOL test review.