Random Thoughts: Change, Primary Sources & Other Stuff

Teachers like free resources: The LOC Teachers Page!

Posted on: May 23, 2011

Teachers PageShrinking school budgets are prompting many educators to look for free resources. Teachers surveyed like and use digital media.  (eSchool News, 4/11)   

The Library of Congress Teachers Page, a free resource highlighted in the article, is a an instructional and  professional development gold mine of  free and digital content.

Whether it’s engaging activities for  young learners, primary source analysis tools, video and audio files, lesson plans, or research activities  for AP students there is something for teachers of all content areas and of all ages.  Professional development activities provide ready to use materials for educators delivering staff development and sophisticated interactive multimedia modules.

The Teachers Page has more than  9000 individual pages!    Learn how to access and use these top-notch free resources in an interactive online course.
Teaching with Primary Sources  begins in June. | Comments from Past Students
Register Online: http://www.uwstout.edu/soe/profdev/register.cfm


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