• 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.


  • Rafe Esquith explains moral development in the search for Level VI.

Helpful Ideas

  • 20 Ways to Use Gmail Filters has a lot of great suggestions to better use the district email program.
  • Love and Logic has teaching and parenting products, techniques, and resources such as articles, video clips, and audio files that might interest teachers.