Getty Open Studio Project - The Open Studio Project makes it possible for more schools to have an artist-in-residence, virtually. Any K-12 art classroom with an Internet connection can bring in art-making activities created by a roster of international artists.
Khan Academy - From the American A compilation of over 2,100 educational videos, lessons and self-tests on a variety of subjects (math, science, economics, finance, history, etc.).
Top 25 Best Websites for Teaching and Learning - From the American Association of School Librarians (AASL): "The top 25 websites foster the qualities of innovation, creativity, active participation, and collaboration. They are free, Web-based sites that are user friendly and encourage a community of learners to explore and discover."
Internet Literacy Handbook - A Guide from The Council of Europe for parents and teachers who want to teach internet literacy to young people. Includes 25 fact sheets on themes such as searching for information, spam, chat, games, creativity, privacy, security, social networking, Web 2.0 and becoming an active e-citizen. Each fact sheet contains a general introduction to the theme, ethical considerations, best practice examples and links to further information.
Interactives - online activities that offer interactive tutorials and projects on specific topics and skills in math, language, history, science, and arts
OER Commons - a global teaching and learning network of free-to-use resources
TeacherTube - online community for sharing instructional videos
American Rhetoric - index to and growing database of 5000+ full text, audio and video (streaming) versions of public speeches, sermons, legal proceedings, lectures, debates, interviews and other recorded media events
Biography.com - search over 25,000 of the greatest lives, past and present.
Omnibiography.com - OmniBiography.com is the largest directory of biographies available on the Web containing information on more than 110,000 important people from antiquity to the present time.
Best of History Web Sites - Best of History Web Sites is an award-winning portal that contains annotated links to over 1000 history web sites as well as links to hundreds of quality K-12 history lesson plans, history teacher guides, history activities, history games, history quizzes, and more.
Teaching about the Holocaust - Resources from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum including guidelines, topics, lesson plans and activities.
Language Arts and Literature
Languageguide.org - language-learning tool offered in 13+ languages, offering three types of resources: pictorial vocabulary guides, interactive readings, and grammar guides.
Statway - focused on statistics, data analysis and quantitative reasoning, Statway is designed as a one-year pathway that concentrates on statistical content with requisite arithmetic and algebraic concepts taught and applied in the context of statistics and is structured especially to serve students planning to transfer and continue further studies in humanities or social sciences
Green Chemistry Teaching Resources - includes resources such as downloadable pocket guides to basic green chemistry principles, "Greener Education Materials for Chemists" from the University of Oregon, and an "Activities and Experiments" section that freatures grade level rated activities like "Gassing Up Without Air Pollution" and "Cleaning Up With Atom Economy."
Science Fair Project Ideas, Answers & Tools - includes helpful tools such as a topic selection wizard and step-by-step directions that make it possible for students to choose and complete a science fair project from the most basic to quite complex
NOVA Online: Teachers - award-winning source for standards-based classroom resources in science, technology and engineering, from NOVA and other public television series
Earth Science Teaching Plans and Classroom Activities - organized into nine thematic areas, including "Volcanoes", "Water", "Weather", "Erosion", and "Plate Tectonics", the resources featured within each section are taken from high-quality institutions and organizations, including the Smithsonian, Harvard, and the National Science Foundation
Access Excellence - resources for K-12 science teachers and science education students
Stanford Solar Center - a collection of multi-disciplinary, interactive exercizes and activities based on the Sun and solar science, most geared to grades 4-12
Anatomy of the Human Body - Bartleby.com edition of Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body features over 1,200 engravings from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries.
The Complete Works of Charles Darwin - Cambridge University's collection of handwritten manuscripts, Darwin bibliography and hundreds of supplementary works such as biographies, obituaries, reviews, reference works and more.
UNICEF Voices of Youth - a space for students to explore, discuss and partner on issues related to human rights and social change, as well as develop their awareness, leadership, community building, and critical thinking skills through active and substantive participation with their peers and with decision makers globally.