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This folder contains links to some of the best educational websites, including Gapminder, Rubistar, NeoK12, Periodic Videos, Make Beliefs Comix, Xtranormal, Kizoa, and Visuwords.
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This folder contains three full-length Chemistry Courses: General Chemistry I General Chemistry II Concept Development in Chemistry
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This folder contains full-length mathematics courses: Geometry in Art & Architecture Elementary Statistics
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The resources in this folder are all free and are recommended by edSurge instruct.
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This is an excellent website for studying history. Like the site, we've organized our folders by eras, topics, resources, and references. Mintz, S., & McNeil, S. (2013). Digital History. Retrieved (March 19, 2013) from http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu
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Best of

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This folder contains some of the best individual resources.
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Duckie Deck has dozens of educational games for Pre-K and very young children. They are meant to illustrate important life lessons such as sharing, hygiene, and friendship. A computer with Adobe Flash Player installed is required. The games will be organized in the following manner: Games for Kids Hygiene Games Ecology Games Nature Games Craft Games Legends Health Engineering Number Games Circus Animals Toys At Home
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The Center for Open Educational Resources & Language Learning (COERLL) is one of 15 National Foreign Language Resource Centers funded by the US Department of Education. The overall mission of these federally-funded centers is to improve the teaching and learning of foreign languages by producing resources (materials and best practices) that can be profitably employed in a variety of settings. COERLL's work is organized around seven basic areas: Applied linguistic research Teaching materials Language assessment Teacher development Less commonly taught languages K-12 initiatives Outreach and dissemination. In more precise terms, COERLL's mission is to produce and disseminate Open Educational Resources (OERs) for the Internet public (e.g., online language courses, reference grammars, assessment tools, corpora, etc.). The term OER refers to any educational material offered freely for anyone to use, typically involving some permission to re-mix, improve, and redistribute. Thus, COERLL seeks to promote a culture of collaboration that lies at the heart of the Open Education movement. In addition, COERLL aims to reframe foreign language education in terms of bilingualism and/or multilingualism. As such, all COERLL resources strive to represent more accurately language development and performance along dialectal and proficiency continua.
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Best Websites

by Sandy Gade

This folder contains some of the best websites for free education.
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This article from DNAinfo includes expert tips on preparing students for the new CCSS.
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STEMbite Videos

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Nature is so amazing… No, seriously, it is crazy! To understand just how incredible our world is, you need to pull back the curtain and see all the science and math that underpins every part of our day-to-day lives. With STEMbite, you can explore the world like like never before - through the eyes of an enthusiastic young teacher. Subscribe to this channel for engaging, bite-size lessons from a unique first-person perspective through Google Glass.
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In this folder, you will find two folders. The first has 15 free public domain books for adults. The other has 11 free public domain books for children. Both Project Gutenberg and Kindle versions via Amazon are offered.
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Six Word Love Story

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Can you sum up a relationship in six words? Share your six-word experience with love - whether it's good or bad.
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Pi of the Circle

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These two books by R. Dhanalakshmi Sarva Jagannadha Reddy relate to additional ways to calculate pi.
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SciShow discusses science news and history and concepts.With equal parts skepticism and enthusiasm, we go a little deeper...without going off the deep end.Most of the time, anyway.
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Six awesome courses in one awesome channel: John Green teaches you US History and Hank Green teaches you Chemistry. Check out the playlists for past courses in World History, Biology, Literature, and Ecology.
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Music Videos

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These are various music videos containing songs about science and math.
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This folder contains several quality resources on immigration, a topic that is especially timely given current events in the United States. In addition, the Supreme Court decided on June 5, 1982 that states may not deny public education to the children of illegal immigrants. (http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.pl?navby=search&court=US&case=/us/457/202.html)Resources include videos of immigrants and several lessons about immigration throughout American history.
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