Resources for Teachers

American Library Associtation has created list of the top 25 websites for teachers.

Ask a Teacher Blog has links to more links. Discover more websites you never even knew you needed.

Citelighter - This will change the way you save information from websites! This is especiallyhelpful when researching and writing reports.

DocsTeach: A website filled with documents, ready to use tools, and primary sources especially for social studies.

Download Depot: Find useful templates, ideas, and so much more for classroom use at this site.

Edudemic - A great resource for everything educational.

Georgia Literacy Wiki

Gizmag - Want to know what is new in technology? Check out Gizmag.

GPB Education is a great place for educators to find digital resources, lesson plans, and various links for additional resources.

The Georgia Encyclopedia is a great resource for all things Georgia.

The Learning Network: Teaching and Learning with the New York Times -

Lexile: Learn all there is to know about Lexile-find a book and find a lexile score for a book at this website.

Library of Congress offers numerous sources, lessons, and primary sources for teachers.

Middle School Math & Science (MSP2):

Museum Box - This site provides the tools for students to build up an argument or description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box. Anything from a text file to a movie can be displayed. Students can also view and comment on the museum boxes submitted by others.

National Geographic Publications Index allows you to access NUMEROUS articles for information text needs in the classroom.

PBS Teachers for great tools for teachers.

Photo Story - Have students create a digital story that relates to any standard. It is fun and easy. Click on the link to read more about this wonderful tool.

Prezi: Tired of PowerPoint...create a Prezi presentation! Sign up for FREE as an educator. Find Prezis on already created on a variety of topics.

Reading like a Historian
You will need to register, for FREE, in order to access the lessons.

ReadWorks - Find non-fiction and fiction passages with lessons and activities at this FREE website. Simply create a FREE account to have access to thousands of passages.

Science for Kids - A great resource for teachers and students:

Sites for Teachers has it all! Check it out!

Social Studies-Literacy:

Social Studies-Literacy Strategies:

Teaching Channel -
You will need to register, for FREE, for this website.

Teacher's Domain: Digital Media for the Classroom and Professional Development has a great variety of lesson plans for all academic areas. & here for literacy

Teaching Today:  GREAT information and examples of teaching literacy across the curriculum!

Web 2.0 Tools for 21st Century Instruction - This is an incredible resource of technology tools!

This is the greatest Wiki, Wikizaki, I've seen in a long time. Tons of great ideas for literature. 

Ever "wonder" about things? Check out this website.

Don't forget about GALILEO and Britannica Online found on the right AND the links found on the Library Media Center page.