Listenwise

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Listenwise
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2, 3, 4, Elementary, High school, Middle school

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astronomy, biology, chemistry, Cooking, Earth science, economics, ELA, ethnic studies, geography, history, Languages, literacy, Natural Sciences, political science, science, Social Sciences, social studies, vocational studies

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Listenwise contains fascinating podcasts for equitable remote learning. It has built-in literacy and language supports, as well as a large library of listening comprehension assessments.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
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1, 10, 11, 12, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, Elementary, High school, Kindergarten, Middle school, preK

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art, Humanities

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The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s teacher resources offers an array of educational resources for teachers to use in the classroom and the museum, including discussion questions for artworks, lesson plans, graphic organizers and worksheets, artist interviews, animations, and more. You can easily adapt many of these resources for online work and or independent work.

New Visions for Public Schools

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New Visions for Public Schools
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10, 11, 12, 9, High school

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algebra, arithmetic, biology, chemistry, Earth science, ELA, geography, geometry, history, Languages, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, political science, science, Social Sciences, social studies, trigonometry

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New Visions for Public Schools is Free Open-Source Curriculum Materials By and For Teachers.

New Visions creates high-quality instructional resources that meet the highest learning standards and can easily be tailored based on the individual needs of students. The mission is to provide teachers with foundational curriculum that they can use to make decisions at the course, unit, or lesson level. Their team of instructional coaches, made up of master teachers, collaborating with New York City classroom teachers, has designed comprehensive curricula in core content areas like high school mathematics, social studies, and science.

Their curricular frameworks can be adopted wholesale by schools and districts; or, teachers can choose the resources that work best for them. Arranged in full-course format (like “U.S. History” and “Living Environment”), their curricular resources include:

  • Full scope-and-sequence instructional materials, with content aligned to New York State Core Standards and appropriate for courses terminating with New York State Regents Examinations;
  • Instructional guidance around use of activities, such as group learning routines;
  • Pacing calendar to guide your daily classroom decisions;
  • Formative and summative assessment tools that offer students and teachers feedback on their progress;
  • Materials for supporting students learning English as a new language and students with disabilities.

Memrise

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Arabic, art, astronomy, biology, chemistry, Chinese, Earth science, economics, French, German, Health, health education, health education, Humanities, Japanese, Languages, Latin, Mathematics, mathematics, music, Natural Sciences, physics, psychology, Russian, science, Social Sciences, Spanish, Swahili, theatre, world languages

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Memrise is a language learning app that is the opposite of textbook learning: it’s enjoyable and effective. Founded in 2010, Memrise has quickly grown, and now more than 50 million people in 189 countries learn languages with us to better themselves, connect with others and with the world around them. It also includes free lessons in math, science, history, geography, and more! Memrise allows you to learn a language with thousands of video clips of real native speakers, fun and effective games to practice your skills. You can start learning on the web or their apps!

KidsHealth in the Classroom

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Health, health education, physical education

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KidsHealth in the Classroom offers educators free health-related lessons for PreK through 12th grade. Each Teacher’s Guide includes discussion questions, classroom activities and extensions, printable handouts, and quizzes with answer keys aligned to National Health Education Standards. This resource also offers special needs fact sheets that explain the basics about health conditions that can affect learning in the classroom and offer quick tips on teaching strategies to help students succeed.