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  • A few terms to use when searching ERIC:
    • lesson plans

    • curriculum guides

    • state curriculum guides

    • instructional materials

    • teacher developed materials

    • bilingual instructional materials

    • study guides

    • teaching guides

    • learning modules

    • class activities

    • educational games

    • course content

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Lesson Plan Resources

The National Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix is an online, searchable, and standards-based curriculum map for K-12 teachers.

This guide from the National Farm to School Network, developed in collaboration with Vermont partners, teachers, and farms, covers how to develop educational experiences on farms and in gardens that reflect classroom curriculum and meet standards.

Free lesson plans written by teachers for teachers. K-12.

A comprehensive and in-depth site including lots of practical and hands-on activities and lesson plans. Also includes a number of blogs and videos for teachers.

Includes over 4,200 free lesson plans from all grade levels and subject areas.

Offers many ideas related to curriculum. This is an excellent site for multi-cultural education.

Classroom examples and articles related to integrating social justice in the classroom.

Provides access to all kinds of educational resources, including links for various subject areas, as well as lesson plans and curricula. (http://www.neat-schoolhouse.org/)

 

Education Podcasts

Wellness resources

There are resources all over campus to support you as you navigate student life:

  • Student Counseling Services: They promote student success by helping you with: mental health and life concerns, learning and academic skills challenges, career uncertainty, faculty/staff to student communication, and more!
  • Boynton Mental Health Clinic: They support mental health through counseling services, medication management, and crisis care.  
  • Learn to Live: This platform offers therapy in five targeted areas: Social Anxiety, Depression Program, our Insomnia, Substance Use, and Stress, Anxiety and Worry.
  • Nutritious U Food Pantry: They provides fresh and healthy food to students that struggle to get enough to eat. Any student can visit the food pantry, no proof of need is needed.
  • Virtual Care Resources:  Virtual care options for physical and mental health during this difficult time. 
  • RecWell: You still have access to the facilities and classes. Studies show that working out can reduce stress and improve your mental health. Physical health is very important! 
  • Pet Away Worry and Stress: Hang out virtually with some of our furry and feathered friends, offered weekly this semester!
  • Take lots of stretch, snack, movement breaks 
  • Reach out to TAs, Instructors, peers, loved ones!
Last Updated: Sep 27, 2021 8:08 AM