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WHAT: Make your classroom awesome by creating your own learning games with Kahoot! Upload your own set of multiple choice questions, add images and videos, and get playing! Your students play from their own devices, keeping them engaged throughout the lesson.
WHAT: Thousands of free lesson plans for all grade levels and subjects! Join this learning community to get ideas from other educators, or share your own.
HOW: Get inspired here: https://sharemylesson.com/
WHAT: This website allows you and your students to create “glogs” — interactive multimedia posters that allows ideas to be expressed easily by combining images, graphics, video, audio, and text on one digital canvas! Gather inspiration from over 40,000 glogs from students and educators around the world, or create your own using the templates provided.
HOW: Start creating here: http://edu.glogster.com/
This website offers tools that students can use to analyze what actions the U.S. has taken against ISIS and how those actions relate to our overall foreign policy. There are free lesson plans and educator resources.
For more information, go to www.billofrightsinstitute.org/educate/educator- resources/lessons-plans/current-events/isis-american-foreign-policy/
This website provides a free, downloadable Teacher Checklist—a research-based practitioner checklist to help establish positive classrooms.
To download, go to www.coachingwhatworks.com/tcl2.
The Portland Art Museum has created posters featuring works across the permanent collections. Posters are available free of charge to educators in Oregon and Washington. Hang them in classrooms, hallways, and libraries or take them out for specific activities and lessons.
To preview posters, access re- sources, or request a set by mail, visit the Poster Project, http://portlandartmuseum.org/learn/educators/resources/posters/.
POV, a production of American Documentary, Inc., offers free resources for educators, including 200+ online lm clips connected to 100+ standards-aligned lesson plans, discussion guides and reading lists. Registered educators can use any of 80+ full-length films in the classroom for free through their documentary lending library.
For more information, go to www.pbs.org/pov/educators.
To help integrate Black History Month into the classroom, NEA offers a selection of lesson plans that cover a variety subjects and that can be adapted to t multiple grade levels.
For more information, go to http://www.nea.org/tools/lessons/black-history-month.htm.