Parents & Educators

The Apple Learning Interchange (ALI) is a social network for educators. Find a wealth of content ranging from simple lesson ideas to in-depth curriculum units for K-12 educators as well as a new channel for Higher Education faculty showcasing campus projects, research and more.

The Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education is an international association of individual teacher educators, and affiliated organizations of teacher educators in all disciplines, who are interested in the creation and dissemination of knowledge about the use of information technology in teacher education and faculty/staff development.

Free teaching resources, lesson plans, teaching ideas and work sheets for primary teachers

Teachers on the web – Aussie SchoolHouse is hosting a project for  teachers that enables them to share classroom and other professional resources freely with their colleagues.

Articles present for teachers with generous printing permission! They contain the author’s ideas and summaries of information to assist educators. Remember that the author is American so the articles do not necessarily relate to the National Curriculum or our style of teaching.

Activities to use with your students or child. These activities are related to feelings, behaviours, health, and safety of the child.

The SchoolsNet Classroom contains thousands of lessons plans for use by primary teachers. It is also home to hundreds of exciting online lessons and revision aids – for students and teachers. And they are all free to access.

These lesson plans were created by teachers for use in their own classrooms. We hope that you’ll find some of these useful in your classroom as well.

This site contains hundreds of ideas and resources for primary teachers, and they’re all FREE for you to use in your classrooms!

The place for primary and intermediate teacher’s resources. Here you will also find seasonal activities, message boards, bulletin board patterns and information about teachers jobs and career.

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