- Stanford History Education Group has numerous lessons that delve into "Reading Like a Historian."
- C3Teachers delves into The Inquiry Design Model (IDM), which attempts to focus on the C3 Framework.
- College, Career, and Civic Life (C3) Framework for Social Studies State Standards, a model based on applying these four disciplines: Civics, Economics, Geography, and History.
- Hstry is a FREE timeline creation tool perfect for "show me what you know" styles of assessment. Hstry was designed for historical timelines, but there are infinite possibilities for assigning projects, sharing resources, and creating learning experiences integrating images, video, audio and reflection. Student registration is fast: http://www.hstry.co/blog/10-minute-task-registering-students-on-hstry
- Free Technology for Teachers and History Tech have resources to review.
- Izzit.org has free lessons that are updated daily throughout the school year based on news articles and questions that promote critical thinking about the social sciences.
- Tools for Teaching contains an excellent page on designing Quizzes, Tests, and Exams.
- Socratic Seminars contains thorough information about methods to create a seminar in the classroom.
- Searching for Level VI explores six principles of moral development taught by teacher Rafe Esquith.
- Great Expectations has a lot of good quotes about hard work.
- Greater Expectations to Improve Student Learning is a briefing paper prepared by Ross Miller, AAC&U, explaining the importance of establishing high expectations for all students.
- Academic writing: Understanding the question provides a good wealth of information about helping students understand questions.
- Teacher PRANKS Class to Teach an EPIC Lesson About Freedom | Field Tripped is a 6:33 minute video dealing with a lesson about the Declaration of Independence.
- K-W-L Charts provides information about this teaching strategy, as well as an example sheet.
- EUSD Teacher Resources offers teachers a wealth of information.
- TED Talks are short videos delivered by content specialists in diverse fields that are designed to stir curiosity.
- TED-Ed "makes short video lessons worth sharing, aimed at educators and students. Within TED-Ed’s growing library of lessons, you will find carefully curated educational videos, many of which are collaborations between educators and animators nominated through the TED-Ed platform."
- Kahoot! is a digital and interactive game platform that allows teachers to create games.
- Prezi is an educational tool that allows people to create online presentations.
- Wordle takes inputted words and generates them into word designs with a variety of fonts, layouts, and color schemes.
- Domain.com offers a bulk domain search engine for users looking to purchase a domain name.
- PrefixSuffix is a chart-based site that gives users access to over 2,000 root words, making it a comprehensive online references of English language word roots.
- Edivation offers teachers a new way of experiencing professional development.
- Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States 1 January 2015 provides an excellent overview of topic and simplifies it into a simple table with short explanations to help people figure out whether a work remains copyrighted.