This site provides standardized lesson plans that match Indiana Academic Standards.
PRISM (Portal Resource for Indiana Science and Mathematics). This website from Rose Hulman contains digital resources tied to Indiana Science and Mathematics standards. The aim is to help teachers integrate math, science, and technology.
The Resource Connection is a free clearinghouse of teaching and learning resources aligned to the Indiana Academic Standards. Many of these standards-aligned resources are provided by Indiana-based organizations.
The content at Reach Every Child was selected by Alan Haskvitz, an innovative, award-winning teacher from Walnut, California. Materials are organized into four main directories. In the Classroom is a comprehensive guide to subject-specific links for arts/entertainment, history, language arts, math, science, social studies, and special education.
RubiStar is a free tool to help teachers create quality rubrics.
Selected PK-16 educators from Wisconsin work in teams to identify, evaluate, catalog, and align to the state education standards resources that are already on the internet such as lesson plans and reference materials. These resources are then made available from the ide@s search engine. Now, you don't have to look through dozens of online listings to find the resource you need. The ide@s search engine allows you to tell it specifically what you need to find then it searches the database for you.
The Knowledge Loom is a place for educators worldwide to do the following: review research that identifies promising practices related to various themes; view stories about the practices in real schools/districts; learn to replicate the success of these practices in your own organization; add your own stories and knowledge to the collections; discover supporting organizations and resources, including annotated Web links.
MIT OpenCourseWare is a free and open educational resource (OER) for educators, students, and self-learners around the world. MIT OCW is s a publication of MIT course materials; does not require any registration; is not a degree-granting or certificate-granting activity; does not provide access to MIT faculty.