If you are looking for online resources that you may use to teach your student in school or your kids, then you are in the right place. We listed the 7 best website for educational resources.
From ready-made lesson plans to video clips, images, and even apps. The list will cover the most important resources available for educators and learners.
Most on the list are free to use. You don’t have to pay any subscription fee or pay for a single download. So here we go.
First on the list is DepEd Tambayan, they aim to provide a simple, fast, and reliable solution for the needs of educators. They are the all-in-one solution for DepEd news, updates, and other educational needs.
2. OER Commons
Open Educational Resources is a public digital library of open educational content that allows you to ‘explore, create, and collaborate with educators around the word to improve curriculum’.
Common Sense Media is the leading source of entertainment and technology recommendations for families. You can access teacher-created reviews of educational tools and mobile apps, read-made lesson plans, webinars, videos and many more.
GuroPh is another Philippine-based website. They provide teaching materials that are easy to download. Moreover, they have a lot of inspiring stories that you might want to check.
5. TED Ed
TED Ed is an education initiative from TED to help teachers, educators, and students to access and create interactive video lessons. Discover hundreds of animated lessons, create customized lessons, and share your big ideas.
They say on their website: “We are offering our members free access to some of our best Premium resources to help support you during school closures.”
Education.com is a paid educational website, but during these time of COVID-19 pandemic they offer some of their content for free.
And last Edutopia. Edutopia gives parenting tips and advice as well as educational activities and ideas.
Edutopia is a website published by the George Lucas Educational Foundation. Founded in 1991 by filmmaker George Lucas and venture capitalist Steve Arnold, the Foundation “celebrates and encourages innovation” in K-12 schools. Edutopia focuses on six core learning strategies. Wikipedia
Hopefully the list helps you in looking for education materials for your teaching profession or for teaching your kids. If you think we missed something please let us know in the comment section below.
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