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Brilliant artists telling children’s stories! Definitely worth it
Visible Thinking makes extensive use of learning routines that are thinking rich.
A collection of classroom videos, student samples, and other resources for cultures of thinking schools and educators.
The most complete guide to Project-Based Learning – Gold Standard. Countless articles and resources on the subject.
Another great source of inspiration for projects, social emotional learning, and STEAM lessons.
TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is an invitation-only event where the world's leading thinkers and doers gather to find inspiration.
Engaging videos to work on all skills and critical thinking. Lessons are already planned for you and you can create your own
RubiStar is a free tool to help teachers create quality rubrics for all kinds of purposes – from simple tasks to whole projects.
Listening site. You can browse through Elllo’s great list of audio material utilizing filters such as level, student country, topic, games and news.
Produces children’s educational web sites which are designed to capture the imagination while maximizing creativity, learning, and enjoyment.
This is an encyclopedia for older kids with a fairly good level of English, and particularly those interested in science. Great source for classroom inquiry and PBL.
An incomparable collection of reading and listening resources.
Interesting site to work with your students
Biographies of the famous - always useful for classroom activities, whether on- or off-line.
Biographies of the famous – videos.
Collection of news and articles on the ELT world from Britain's top newspaper website.
A collection of sites of interest to English teachers
Mystery stories for your students to read and figure out
This online magazine teaches kids about the world and how it works. It inspires young adventurers to explore the world through award-winning magazines.
This page, as the name suggests is filled with very short stories you can use in your classes. These stories can be used as warm-up activities, short reading comprehension activities, and even as inspiration for students to write.
Flashcards, games, projects, all divided by topic. Very useful for free printables and fun ideas to work with kids and teens.
The British Council Website offers a variety of resources for English teachers, as well as news related to ELT, and many online courses for professional development.
Discover collections and exhibitions all around the world. Have a virtual tour of a specific museum with your students.