On March 20, 1852, Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel Uncle Tom's Cabin was published.
The need for distance learning is quickly becoming a reality for millions of students as schools around the world close temporarily due to the coronavirus.
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Ken Burns in the Classroom is a free American history website offered by PBS LearningMedia.
Generation Genius is a comprehensive set of science videos and lessons made in partnership with the National Science Teachers Association.
Informable is a media literacy app from the nonprofit News Literacy Project that challenges users to think critically about online content.
On February 27, 1936, Shirley Temple, aged 7, received a contract from 20th Century Fox paying $50,000 per film
Wick Editor is a free site where students create animations and games by layering drawings and designs using built-in editing tools.
Educators are looking for opportunities to teach students the skills that will best prepare them for college and career.
Ansel Adams, famous for his black and white nature photography, was born February 29, 1902.
S.S. Grin does a good job of introducing each character's values and strengths via role playing and storytelling.
Win the White House is an iCivics game available on the web and as an iOS or Android app that places students in control of a run for the U.S. presidency.
Cyberchase Shape Quest is a free app focused on shapes and starring characters from PBS Kids' show Cyberchase.
Doceri is an interactive whiteboard app where teachers and students can create, record, and narrate slide presentations.
Socratic by Google promotes metacognition by encouraging students to think about how they can solve a problem or answer a question, rather than give up in frustration