Working From Home Curriculum Resources

Here are some resource centers to help bring curriculum to students working from home

Khan Academy

For a diversified curriculum from K-12, Khan Academy has provided a great doc with links

Backstory by the History Boys

For excellent stories related to history and civics that middle and high school students can really enjoy, Backstory by the History Boys has a wealth of topics they cover to generate discussions.

Frontline by PBS

For current event topics, Frontline by PBS has several films and podcasts, many with teacher curriculum, that deal with high school level civics

HipHughes History 

Keith Hughes does some excellent short instructional videos (over 360!) on all sorts of history and civics topics that can be used to start an online discussion (Middle and High School).

Making YouTube Lectures Explained

If you are thinking of having your students create fun and instructional videos from home that can personalize their learning, here is a great tutorial.

Explain Everything

Explain Everything is an online whiteboard that can help students turn in online dynamic lessons

Google Culture Tours

Google Culture Tours can have teachers lead online field trips to a variety of places around the world (All Grades)

El Paso Independent School District United States Government 2019-2020

El Paso School District has created a student friendly government textbook to use free online (Grades 9-11).

National Geographic

National Geographic has some great resources for Women’s History Month for grades 5-12 that have teacher resources.

Scholastic Magazine

Scholastic Magazine has some great online resources for parents and teachers for all grade levels.

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