One such initiative was instigated by Mrs O’s Rockin Resources who wanted to compile a list of many of the free teaching resources on TpT. Also, to give you an update on my product over at TpT that was pinned, it has now been downloaded 1 414 times.  This continues to amaze me….  I have now created an account with Pinterest and hopefully will work out what it’s all about!!
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The National Education Technology Plan, Transforming American Education: Learning Powered by Technology, calls for applying the advanced technologies used in our daily personal and professional lives to our entire education system to improve student learning, accelerate and scale up the adoption of effective practices, and use data and information for continuous improvement. The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (Smarter Balanced) and the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) issued guidance designed to inform schools and districts as they make annual instructional technology purchases. In March 2013, PARCC released the PARCC Capacity Planning Tool as part of the first phase of assessment administration guidance issued in preparation for the Spring 2014 Field Test and the school year 2014-2015 assessment. National Educational Technology Standards comes from International Society for Technology in Education ( ISTE) , see the updated release for students, teachers, and administrators, technology facilitators and leaders. The Office of Educational Technology is involved in a variety of projects and initiatives that leverage technology to improve teaching and learning and create opportunities for innovation.
Viewshare, a new application from the Library of Congress (LOC), provides a free platform for creating and customizing the presentation of digital data.
TechSETS is a statewide educational technology service, administered by the San Diego County Office of Education, with funding from the California Department of Education.
The Technology Applications Teacher Network is a collaborative project between the twenty Texas Education Service Centers and the Texas Education Agency and is designed to provide Texas teachers with resources to implement the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills in the K-12 classroom.
Teacher Training Video provides free technology training videos for teachers, including learning ICT tools(very detail videos of how-to), tools for teaching other languages and resources for learning languages.

ClassTools has over 20 free web tools for teachers to create quizzes, diagrams, and educational games, you can host them on your own site free of charge (licensed under creative common). … plus no log in.
This article is translated to Serbo-Croatian language by Jovana Milutinovich from Web Geeks Resources. I was looking for some free technology resources, thanks for an updated list of great tools and resources. Classroom Aid Site Content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. A growing library of free teaching and learning resources for teachers and trainers to save you hours of planning! Newbubbles is delighted to offer the full Teacher's TV archive giving teachers more than 1000 broadcast quality programmes to support their professional development. The latest educational research from a range of reputable national and international publication sources. Get direct access to a huge range of FREE ICT tools on the web that can transform your presentation and delivery in the classroom. Free Downloads For Teachers: Each month find different lesson plans and teaching resources that you are downloadable for free. By subscribing to "Teachers Have Class," you will have access to download at least 4 free resources each month. Near the beginning of each month, you'll receive a copy of "Teachers Have Class!" that contains brand new resources that I have posted that you can download for free. Consequently, the free teaching resources on this page will be changing each month and you should try to download them within the available time period. This month's feature product is a fun creative writing project for the book How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. After you have read your students this story, they will enjoy completing a fun activity related to Dr.
Free Teaching Resources: This page contains a list of where to find many different types of free resources (awards, flashcards, stick charts, bulletin board display banners, classroom decorations, and more!) on my website.

Free Printable Classroom Calendars Page: Download 12 free January - December classroom calendar sets. Free Classroom Bulletin Board Display Banners Page: Free 5 page bulletin board display banners to download to help your decorate your classroom with. Quotes About Education Page: Free posters to download featuring well known quotes about teaching, teachers, as well as quotes by famous people.
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There are 25 boxes for you to place stickers inside of on these colorful rainbow templates. Your students will be motivated to reach the target of getting 25 stickers on these reading rainbow sticker charts. This web site contains resources to teach the six dedicated High School Technology Applications Courses (Digital Graphics, Animation, Desktop Publishing, Web Mastering, Multimedia, Video Technology and Computer Science). Founded in 1991 by filmmaker George Lucas and venture capitalist Steve Arnold, the Foundation celebrates and encourages innovation in K-12 schools. It’s a collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission and the National Telecommunications and Inofrmation Administration.
It also contains resources to integrate the K-8 Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills into the content area classroom. Edutopia serves its Foundation’s non-profit mission to highlight what works in education through the creation of media featuring creative educators, parents and others who are making positive change.

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