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Alison: Empower Yourself

At Alison, we’re so passionate about education that we seek out courses that can be offered to our learners for free, with no strings attached. This passion means we also appreciate the work done by educators and teachers, because we see the impact this vocation has on scores of people everyday. We believe that free…  learn more

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American Educational Research Association

A special interest group under the auspices of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) connects researchers and teachers. AERA encourages scholarly inquiry related to education and evaluation, and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of research results. Its 12 divisions span methods and segments of the educational community, and over 155 SIGs cover an…  learn more

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Annenberg Learner: Teacher Professional Development

Annenberg Learner provides continuing education and graduate-level courses, in partnership with Colorado State University and PBS TeacherLine.  learn more

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Applied Math and Science Educational Repository

AMSER is a portal of educational resources and services built specifically for use by those in Community and Technical Colleges but free for anyone to use. AMSER is funded by the National Science Foundation as part of the National Science Digital Library, and is being created by a team of project partners led by Internet Scout.  learn more

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Asia Society: Center for Global Education

Asia Society provides classroom resources and professional development opportunities.  learn more

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ATLAS Communities

Harvard created the ATLAS Communities project which stretches further and links teachers at the elementary, middle and high school level. Discussion groups and case studies illustrated the process.  learn more

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Bring Media Literacy and Media Making to Your Teaching

Enroll now in FREE self-paced online courses with step-by-step videos and hands-on activities.  Brought to you by public media station KQED, an NPR and PBS member station. Featured Courses Gain the confidence to create digital media and teach media literacy skills—from producing videos to identifying misinformation to understanding copyright. PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification by KQED…  learn more

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Digital Imaging 1: Digital Photography Basics

Whether you just got a digital camera (or smart phone), are new to photography, or have a little experience, this course is for you. Each chapter will provide you with information, examples, opportunities to develop your skills, and time to reflect on what you've learned. Instead of a traditional end-of-course final, you'll be guided in…  learn more

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DigitalLearn

Tools and Resources for Trainers Select a course below to view and download the supporting materials. Supporting materials vary by course but typically contain: Instructor's Guide/Design Document Activity Sheet Handouts PowerPoint Presentations Practice Files With these resources and a bit of preparation and practice, you will be ready to teach any of our classes in…  learn more

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Educational Development Center

The Education Development Center (EDC) supports and documents a wide range of education projects and research studies. From professional development materials for teachers to research reports for policymakers, EDC has produced hundreds of useful, innovative resources. This library contains a selection of some of our materials, including: Apps Books Curricula Digital games Reports/studies/white papers Resource…  learn more

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Edutopia: Professional Learning

Edutopia Online, sponsored by the George Lucas Foundation, documents and disseminates innovative practices for administrators. Educators must always hone their craft. Discover the many formal and informal professional learning programs and practices keeping teachers at the top of their game.  learn more

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Exploratorium: Professional Development

Professional Development Programs At the Exploratorium, we support educators. Whether inside the museum or on the other side of the planet, in school settings or out in the world, we offer a variety of professional learning resources to support better teaching and better learning. The following programs allow us to support a wide range of…  learn more

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Florida Center for Integrating Technology

The Florida Center for Instructional Technology is located in the College of Education, University of South Florida, at Tampa, Florida. FCIT’s free resource websites average over two million hits per school day from nearly 200 countries and territories. These sites are specifically designed to support K-12 curriculum with age-appropriate content and no advertising. Our fully-online iTeach Professional Learning courses…  learn more

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Get Educated

Get Educated, a distance learning resource center serves the population of students, eligible for adult education. They publish a free monthly newsletter - back issues are available at the site. GetEducated.com is a consumer group that publishes online college rankings along the dimensions that matter most to online students themselves: affordability and credibility. All of…  learn more

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GFC LearnFree.org

Build your future Learn and develop the skills needed to advance in work and life.  learn more

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Habits of Mind Primer: Cultivating Real Life Behaviors and Skills

Habits of mind are the critical life skills that students needs to be successful in school and life. Participants will learn practical strategies to help students at all grade levels learn how to face challenges in school and at home.  learn more

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iCivics: Professional Development

Learn with iCivics at your convenience with professional development resources. Master new skills, explore new ideas, and build your teaching toolbox with our growing library of on-demand professional development resources. Professional development is available on demand and through live online webinars.  learn more

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If I Knew Then: A Letter to Me on My First Day Teaching

SoulPancake and Edutopia asked teachers to write a letter to themselves on their first day teaching. This is their thoughts. Hang in there.  learn more

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KQED Teach

FREE from PBS and KQED Earn certification by completing 8 micro-credentials that help you demonstrate your expertise in teaching K-12 students (or fellow educators) to think critically about their roles as media consumers and creators. Open to all K-12 educators in all subjects, as well as ToSAs, coaches, tech coordinators, media specialists and librarians.  learn more

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Learners Edge: Teacher Resources

Company Overview All three organizations which comprise Learners Edge (iteach, Teaching Channel, and Learners Edge) were founded by educators who identified a better way to utilize technology to improve certification, training, coaching and career advancement. Our mission is to be a trusted partner committed to providing joy of learning, positively impacting student achievement, and preparing…  learn more

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MICROSOFT LEARN Educator Center

Dive deep into learning with interactive lessons, earn professional development hours, acquire certifications and find programs that help meet your goals.  learn more

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National Writing Project

The National Writing Project has worked hard to cultivate the concept of teacher as researcher. Online collaboration and publishing have bound this community, spread all over the US, together. The site contains very practical tips as well as theories and references. The National Writing Project, another professional development network, serves teachers of writing at all…  learn more

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Parental Involvement

This resource looks at parental involvement from the parents perspective. It can give you a better idea of the issues and questions parents bring to the table, and maybe some ideas on how to increase participation.  learn more

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PBS Kids: Self-Paced Learning for PreK-2 Teachers

PBS KIDS offers this FREE special collection of flexible self-paced learning to help inspire teachers and provide support for the classroom. Choose from several learning experiences designed to spark new ideas and expand your skill set—you may also be able to earn between one to three credit hours. We have two different self-paced learning opportunities: Self-Paced Courses: Our traditional…  learn more

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Preparing Teachers for Family Involvement

One important aspect of family involvement that has been consistently overlooked is the need to prepare teachers for intensive work with families and communities. This study from the Department of Education investigated professional development and teacher education in the hope of providing a framework for developing more comprehensive approaches for family involvement in education  learn more

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Reading & Writing in the Disciplines

Learn research, practice, and tools for integrating discipline literacy into mathematics, science, English, and history/social studies content based lessons.  learn more

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Reading 101: A Guide to Teaching Reading and Writing

Reading 101 is a self-paced professional development course for K-3 teachers, developed by Reading Rockets. The program provides teachers with an in-depth knowledge of reading and writing so they are prepared to guide their students into becoming skilled and enthusiastic readers and writers. Reading 101 was produced in collaboration with the Center for Effective Reading…  learn more

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Readlax

Productivity Platform Readlax is #1 All-In-One Productivity Platform. It includes:  Brain Training, Speed Training, Touch Typing, Smart Notes, Reader View  learn more

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SPARK University

The SPARK U Curriculum. Rigorous. Practical. Actionable. Designed by teachers for teachers. SPARK U is 5 days of rigorous professional development that moves well beyond “theory” to introduce a foundational roadmap of actionable tools and techniques for successful classroom management, improved lesson planning, and effective classroom instruction. Every module of the SPARK U curriculum is…  learn more

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TCEA Remote Learning

Remote Learning Tools, All In One Place For years, digital teaching and learning tools have been an important supplement to every educator’s toolkit. Now, those tools are vital to delivering meaningful, lasting education. That’s why we’ve gathered our favorite — and most useful — tools for remote teaching and learning in one place. Check out…  learn more

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TCEA: Self-Paced Courses for Educators

Ready to unleash your professional potential and maximize learning in your school? Let us guide you with real solutions for your classroom. We built our self-paced, online certifications and courses to meet the needs of educators like you. At just $39 per course, they aren’t just powerful, they’re a great value, too.  learn more

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Teacher's Learning Center

Teacher’s Learning Center (TLC) has been offering graduate courses for teachers for over 11 years (previously through North Dakota State University). The founder and head instructor, Joseph C’de Baca M.Ed. began holding the classes on location in the Denver-metro area (see below image). Mr. C’de Baca has 15 consecutive years of full time classroom teaching…  learn more

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Teaching Channel

Teaching Channel is a thriving online community where teachers can watch, share, and learn diverse techniques to help every student grow. To be a trusted partner committed to providing joy of learning, positively impacting student achievement, and preparing educators for a lifetime of career success. Get access to an ecosystem of tools, resources, and content…  learn more

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Technology Enhanced Learning in Science

TELS (Technology Enhanced Learning in Science) delivers online and face-to-face sessions. It is distinguished from other opportunities in that the same courses are implemented by institutions around the U.S. The online instructor is available for questions.  learn more

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TechNotes: PERSONALITY TEST FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

As a professional development provider, TCEA prides itself on ensuring that the learning we offer is engaging. After all, the research is clear that someone has to want to learn in order to begin learning. One of the ways we do that is to provide ice breaker activities at the beginning and throughout the day. Ice breakers serve to…  learn more

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WestEd: Professional Development

WestEd offers professional development, evaluation, research, coaching, and assessment development in all STEM subjects. Their resources include teacher professional development and classroom lessons to help students, address and overcome common misconceptions, and develop academic language. WestEd is developing and implementing comprehensive sets of standards—from early childhood learning standards to K–12 and career technical education, along…  learn more

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What's Happening in Education

MICROSOFT LEARN EDUCATOR CENTER Explore new content available in Learn and topics trending in education.  learn more

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WNET

The mission of the Kids’ Media and Education team at WNET is to expand minds, ignite curiosity, and help children become confident and caring people. We create video and interactive projects for multiple platforms, infusing fun with a range of curriculum-based content for kids from preschool through high school.  learn more