Arts Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Arts Intermediate Open Educational Resources

Teaching Channel is a video showcase—on the Internet and TV—of inspiring and effective teaching practices in America's schools. They have a rapidly growing community of registered members who trade ideas and share inspiration from each other. The Tch community is seeking to revolutionize how teachers learn, connect, and inspire each...

Lily Jones writes about engaging students when teaching ancient history and art in her article on "Teaching Channel." She explores the teaching methods and styles used to teach children about events that can seem irrelivent to them. She gives great advice and provides resources that you can use when teaching about art and history. To read her...

Patricia Shehan Campbell, Ph.D., Rita Klinger Ph.D., Christopher Roberts Ph.D., and Karen Howard, teachers with extensive experience in music education and pedagogy, created a variety of lessons using the resources of the Lomax Archive...

The Comprehensive After School System of NYC (COMPASS NYC) integrates the best Out-of-School Time (OST) practices with the unprecedented expansion of SONYC (School’s Out New York City) afterschool programs serving the City’s middle school students. Programs are offered at no cost to young people and are strategically...

The New York State Archives provides a variety of online educational resources for teachers and students. Resources vary from an Electronic Schoolhouse offered in both English and Spanish to a monthly historical document showcase to a legacies project exploring the history of the Chinese and Latino populations of New York to a brief course on...

The Library of Congress Presents American Memory, a set of online collections featuring content surrounding subjects such as Women's, African Americans', and Native Americans' History, Performing Arts, Government, Immigration, War, Religion, Presidents, the Environment, and more. These collections feature historical artifacts such as books,...

The Huguenot Historial Society offers a variety of educational programs, each tailored to specific grade levels from K-12. The programs include tours of historic Huguenot homes, 18th century art and literature exploration, and even French language learning. Programs also provide teachers with lesson plans and resources to continue students'...

This online collection provides access to about 7,000 different views and portraits made during the American Civil War (1861-1865) and its immediate aftermath. The images represent the original glass plate negatives made under the supervision of Mathew Brady and Alexander Gardner as well as the photographic prints in the Civil War photographs...

The Learning Network provides teaching and learning materials and ideas based on New York Times content.
Teachers can use or adapt our lessons across subject areas and levels or contribute their own ideas.
Students can respond to our Opinion questions, take our News Quizzes, learn the Word of the Day, try our Test Yourself questions...

In a classroom setting, the K–12 curriculum in the sciences and humanities is rarely studied through direct observation of primary sources, such as Mesopotamian...

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