OER for K-12 Learners
Here’s a short, but growing, collection of Open Educational Content (OER) for K-12 learners. Many of the items include video content, but some are text-based, manipulatives and simulations as well.
Open Educational Resources for K-12
Open Educational Resources for K-12 learners. OER
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Free K-12 educational videos ... organized. Tens of thousands of excellent, educational videos in a huge, intuitive directory. Organized, reviewed, rated, and described by teachers. Ideal as a supplement to a curriculum or for independent study. Designed for teachers, students, parents, homeschoolers, educators ... and all life-long learners!
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Play Games Play Games Sometimes the best way to understand what engineers do is to try your hand at it! The following are links to several engineering games on the internet to give you a first hand try at the problem solving skills engineers employ every day!
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Although aimed at college, these may be suitable for 9-12 grade. Free, open-source, high-quality textbooks for your college course, available online and in print.
As the foundation of all higher mathematics, Algebra is a defining gateway on the path to academic success. To make that journey a successful and rewarding experience for all students, the CK-12 Foundation presents FlexMath, a student-centered approach to ...
LearnZillion features some valuable Common Core-aligned math lessons for grades 2-6. Not to mention, this is a growing website, so expect more 2-6 lessons in the future, as well as kindergarten and first-grade resources.
Bert van de Roemer explores the curiosity cabinets of the Dutch collector Levinus Vincent and how the aesthetic drive behind his meticulous ordering of the contents was in essence religious, an attempt to emphasise the wonder of God's creations by restoring the natural world to its prelapsarian harmony. ...Continued
BLOSSOMS video lessons are enriching students' learning experiences in high school classrooms from Brooklyn to Beirut to Bangalore.strong text
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Free, Common Core-aligned courses for students, parents, and teachers in math and English language arts. We've even thrown in some SAT ® prep for good measure! Looking for more? We have University and Professional Development programs , too!
CK-12 Foundation provides a library of free online textbooks, videos, exercises, flashcards, and real world applications for over 5000 concepts from arithmetic to history
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OER for K-12
Welcome to the Verizon Thinkfinity Community! This page is a great place to start: ask questions, join in a discussion, search groups, and make friends.
Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids on GPO Access provides a basic introduction to the Federal Government.
The Windows to the Universe website is a richly interlinked ecosystem for learning about the Earth and Space sciences for use by the general public, students, and teachers.
Harcourt visual dictionary.
The latest from Ron Houtman (@ronhoutman). Ed Tech Integrator & Teacher at Kent ISD/REMC8- MACUL Board Member- Creating engaging, relevant learning for K-20 learners. I'm also a 'Technology Therapist' :). Grand Rapids, MI
Share My Lesson Common Core Database: Share My Lesson hosts an extremely comprehensive collection of aligned lesson plans from a variety of sources. Not only are lessons broken down by process and proficiency, they’re all free and there’s a huge number of them from favorite sources like Sesame Street. (Note: Using Share My Lesson does require signing up for a free membership.)
This is another site that has taken the guess work out of finding Common Core process-aligned resources. Here, you’ll find a comprehensive pool of K-5 math resources organized by grade level, and all are available as PDF download.
The Teaching Channel’s videos provide an amazing in-classroom look at the Common Core in practice. For grades K-5, Teaching Channel has produced more than 70 videos, covering both math and English lessons. You’ll also find some great overview videos that will help answer general questions about implementing the new standards.