Google in Education — Google has organized a powerhouse of resource for teachers, students, and groups involved in education. More of a tech focus, naturally, but there are some additionally amazing resources such as the Google Lesson Plan Search. Roam around and see what works best for you.
Education World — A educational site geared towards teachers and administrators. Free lesson plans, worksheets, and templates. A really great site worth checking out. I’m sure you’ll find something incredible for your class.
Brightstorm — An absolutely incredible collection of educational videos from teachers all for free! These can be great to assign students for take home viewings. It’ll really help give another approach to a subject you’re already teaching. They can even be great for your own refresher
Edmodo — If you haven’t already heard about Edmodo, you need to check it out. Edmodo provides teachers and students a secure place to connect and collaborate, share content and educational applications, and access homework, grades, class discussions and notifications.
BBC Teachers — When it comes to educational resources, the BBC is always spot on, and their teacher section is no exception.
PBS Teachers — This is a must see teacher resource applicable to all grade levels. Go ahead and explore this site.
The 33 Digital Skills Every 21st Century Teach Should Have — The title says it all
SpellingCity.com (Vocabulary) — A very good language arts link for teachers.
Free PowerPoint Presentations — A collection of PowerPoint presentations that include all school subject matter.
Twitter #edtech — If you’re a teacher on Twitter, you gotta be sure you are following and tweeting with the hash tag #edtech. You’ll find a ton of great information from other teachers and educators that way. Additionally, follow me for the latest on the Homework Helper @BJ_PInchbeck