There are many free resources: books, videos, and podcasts. These resources help with methodology, continuing education for teachers up to college level.
Need help writing your research paper? This site provides help with MLA and APA formatting. It also helps with grammar and mechanics.
A free website provided by the Scholastic company. This site offers free slide shows, music, and videos for math and science content. This site is primarily designed for students in third through fifth grade.
Turn your spreadsheet into a map
Info Graphic Creator
A Virtual museum of New France (Quebec)
Library of Congress: www.loc.gov
An amazing website that posses both primary and secondary sources in American History and general studies.
A virtual museum of Canadian History
The Smithsonian Education site is accessible to Educators, Families, and Students. The Educators section is keyword searchable and features lesson plans
Primary sources on United States, Mexican American, and Native American history, and slavery; and succinct essays on the history of ethnicity and immigration, film, private life, and science and technology.
With DocsTeach, educators can create interactive history activities that incorporate more than 3,000 primary-source materials in a variety of media from the National Archives.
A cross curricular look at Measuring ecosystem goods and services in Canada.