Student Resources


Science and Mathematics

  1. CK12.org — A pioneer in open resources providing secondary math and science Flexbooks including Flexmath content originally developed at Leadership Public Schools.
  2. HippoCampus.org — Over 5700 free videos in 13 subject areas .
  3. NROCmath.org — A great Hewlett Foundation-funded open Algebra 1 course and a developmental math sequence, guided by input from instructors, administrators, and students nationwide.
  4. Educurious — A Bill Gates-funded OER and project-based learning (PBL) curriculum designed to align with Common Core State Standards.
  5. Khan Academy — Free library of more than 3,000 math, science, history lesson delivered in easy-to-understand videos for anyone.

Comprehensive Modular Resources

  1. Curriki.org — A big library of shared courses and content.
  2. OERcommons.org — A dynamic digital library and network. Explore open education resources and join our network of educators dedicated to curriculum improvement.

Grade-Level Collections

  1. Gooru — This learning navigator supports teachers to personalize learning for their students and students to take ownership of their learning.
  2. Power My Learning — FREE K-12 platform enables personalized instruction and self-directed learning; educational activities for parents and teachers.

History

  1. Big History Project — A Bill Gates-funded thematic interdisciplinary project with 13.8 billion years of history told through engaging videos, animations, articles, and classroom activities targeting middle- and high-school students.
  2. Muzzylane — Harnesses adaptive game-based learning for digital curriculum and assessment.

Mostly Higher Education

  1. OpenStax — View and share free educational material in small modules that can be organized as courses, books, reports or other academic assignments.
  2. Open Courseware Consortium — A global network of educational institutions, individuals and organizations that support an approach to education based on openness, including collaboration, innovation and collective development and use of open educational materials.
  3. The Saylor Foundation — Free and open online college-level courses to students without registrations or fees.

Additional Resources

  1. Google in Education and Google Course Builder provide great professional dvelopment and learning resources for educators to create and collaborate in the classroom.
  2. iTunesU — Tons of mostly post-sec content.
  3. YouTube EDU — More than 1,000 educational channels.
  4. PBS LearningMedia — Provides tens of thousands of digital resources for educators and is especially valuable to the flipped classroom.
  5. National Geographic — A longstanding reputation of supporting learning with valuable multimedia resources for any classroom.