Teachers can find more than 24,000 video presentations
and interactive assignments here. There are also PD
videos for teachers and a support blog for tips.
This famous site features K-12 video tutorials created by Salman Khan
and his team. It currently gives students access to thousands of video
tutorials that explain the ins-and-outs of Algebra, Geometry,
Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, Finance, Physics, Economics and
Power My Learning offers thousands of free games, videos, and
interactives in all major K-12 subjects.
Gooru is a free, teacher-curated search engine for multimedia resources
quizzes, assessment tools and lesson plans for grades 5-12. Sign-in isn’t
required, but if teachers set up a class page by signing in, they can
track each student’s topics and performance on the assessments, and
suggest additional resources to help them achieve mastery of a topic.
HippoCampus is a collection of online presentations and activities on
math, science, history, and other academic subjects, created by the
Monetary Institute for Technology and Education. Most of the content
is geared toward high school and college students. Anyone can view the
lessons, but registration is required for personalized activities.
Curriki is an exciting community filled with volunteers, teachers,
contributors, and partners who support technology blended with
teaching. Teachers can either sign up for membership or peruse
over 50,000 free resources that are accessible without joining.
The Gateway contains a variety of educational resource
types from activities and lesson plans to online projects
and assessment items on all subjects.
CK-12 Foundation provides a library of free online
textbooks, videos, exercises, flashcards, and real world
applications for over 5000 concepts in Math and Science.
The maker of TED Talks now provides carefully curated educational
videos or lessons worth sharing. Topics range from Literature and
Language, to Mathematics, Science and Technology. Teachers can
flip these videos to create their own lessons by adding their
questions, notes and resources.
A curated collection of educational videos from sources ranging
from Sesame Street to Harvard. YouTube EDU provides a way to
organize YouTube’s educational content into one location. Users
can search by categories: K-12, Higher Ed, or Life-Long Learning.
YouTube for Schools is what makes YouTube EDU a great
tool for educators. It allows schools to block the rest of
YouTube while providing access only to the educational
videos found on YouTube EDU.
Teacher Tube is a video sharing website by teachers for
teachers. Hundreds of K12-appropriate videos in a variety of
subject areas as well as videos for professional development
uploaded by teachers worldwide are available here.
This website offers interactive courses for K-6 students in Math,
Science, Language Arts, Health, Environmental skills, Computer skills
and life skills. Most of the interactive Math lessons are based on the
International Baccalaureate standards and they say new Science lessons
based on IB standards are on the way. They also offer free online
courses for teenagers on information, media, technology, life, career,
learning and innovation skills.
Discovery Education offers a broad range of free learning
resources in Math, Science, English and Social Studies
Education Portal offers high school and college courses to
help students earn credits. High school students can
benefit a lot from these free videos on the portal in all
subject areas including AP courses.
Lesson Paths allows you to create, share and explore
learning playlists made by teachers. Online lessons on all
subjects, including College Prep, are available for all
Run by The Annenberg Foundation, Learner.org hosts
high-quality multimedia resources for teachers and
This site has indexed over 33,000 educational videos from YouTube
and placed them into a directory of over 3,000 categories. The
videos are available without registration or fees to teachers in the
classroom and to students at home 24/7.
A collection of online educational videos, lessons,
quizzes, diagrams, games and puzzles for K-12 students
on all subjects.
MIT is now producing ”short videos teaching basic
concepts in science and engineering” for K-12 students.
The videos are generally created by MIT students. You
can sort the videos by topic and grade level.
LearnZillion.com offers hundreds of Math and English
Language resources for grades 2-12 that have been
developed by expert teachers.
You can find information about free online courses, links
to free movies, audio books, eBooks, textbooks, language
lessons, business courses and 200 free educational
resources for students here.
Online, interactive, educational games and simulations
for K-5 students in all subjects.
Sometimes called the ”YouTube of the Arts,“ the site
offers high definition video of art that ranges from
classical to contemporary.
K-12 mathematics teaching and learning through multimedia website
with thousands of videos and tutorials.
MathLive is a math website for students in grades 1-6 hosted by Learn
Alberta from Canada. Each lesson is presented with animated stories
that offer some real world examples of the uses of mathematics and
accompanied by a worksheet that students complete either while
watching the lesson or after viewing it.