Reaching Today's Students (and CCSS) with Today's Resources

Teachers face great challenges as they try to create or find resources to address the ever-changing standards for their ever-changing students.  In addition to finding the resources, rising costs and other teacher financial obligations often keep teachers from accessing the resources they feel will work best for their classes.

In my presentations at state and national conferences, I try to help teachers find the resources they need without having to break the bank!
Download the presentation HERE:

In addition to the resource links in the presentation, you can also find the resources from the links below:

Online & Print Resources & Lesson Plans for Teachers:

National Archives (Primary Sources): and
Discovery Education:
The History Channel:
PBS Teachers:
Teaching American History:
White House Official Site:
United States Memorial Holocaust Museum:
Teaching Tolerance:
Facing history & Ourselves:
European Union Lesson Plans & Resources:
Modern Germany from the Goethe Institute:     or for print materials:
Books by the Foot Library Books:



K-1 - Mrs. Jump’s Class:

Elementary - Rachel Lynette’s Minds in Bloom:

Middle School Blog Log (All Content Areas):

High School:

ELA – Ms. Orman’s Classroom:

Social Studies – MY BLOG: A Lesson Plan for Teachers:

Facebook: Teacher Made Freebies @

TeachersPayTeachers: A Open Marketplace for Educators (Freebies & More):
Happy Teaching!

Michele Luck