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Lesson Plans

Updated 5/29/16

Organize/Create lesson plans

leson plans

  1. Alma–create standards-based lessons and gradebook, with analytics
  2. BlendSpace–blend a variety of digital materials into one canvas for students
  3. Explain Everything–screencasting, interactive whiteboard
  4. Frolyc–easy to create multimedia lessons on teacher device and push out to student iPads
  5. GoConQR–create and manage planners
  6. Metta–collect multimedia pieces into a presentation–videos, audio, text, music, images; even add polls
  7. OfficeMix–collect materials for lesson plans on PowerPoint through a new free tool (requires PowerPoint 2013)
  8. Planbook–simple lesson planning that can be shared, expanded with attached files; yearly fee
  9. Standards Planner–drag-drop resources to customized schedule (free or fee)
  10. TeachEm–create a classroom
  11. TES–create digital lesson plans quickly
  12. Wikispaces

Get Lesson Plans

  1. 4th grade STEM curriculum from USC Rossier’s online teaching degree
  2. 110 lesson plans by topic, tool, and grade
  3. Free lesson plans on many topics
  4. Google Education—lesson plans, more
  5. Hello Ruby–lesson plans on technology
  6. Inexpensive lesson plans on popular topics
  7. Mastery Connect--CC lesson plans–fee to free
  8. Ted Ed--great for flipped classrooms

3 Responses to Lesson Plans

  1. Michelle Manno, Communications Manager 4th grade STEM curriculum from USC Rossier’s online teaching degree
    online teaching degree

  2. Micheal

    GoConqr lets you create study plans, manage them and keep track of your progress for free.

  3. Jacqui

    Thanks Michelle and Michael.

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