Middle School Teaching Resources
This Web site features an array of articles and links especially helpful to middle school teachers.
Education World offers lesson plans, transition activities, technology integration ideas, professional development materials, scavenger hunts, and worksheets of the week for middle school classrooms.
Homework Spot was created for students, parents, and teachers. Links to all kinds of reference information can be helpful to busy teachers.
This award-winning Web site is an online reference center with links to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and numerous other reference materials you would find in the reference section of a library.
Middle Web provides a wide variety of Web resources specifically geared toward middle school, including articles and links to issues facing middle level educators.
This Web site "for teachers by teachers" includes curriculum resources in every middle level subject area, including lesson plans, how-to's, and a quick reference guide.
This digital magazine designed for students ages 8-18 features innovative lessons and student work from around the country.
Museum Spot is a free informational resource that provides guides and links to art, history, science, and space museums around the world.
This exciting Internet resource for middle school teachers and students is designed to bring space exploration into your classroom.
National Middle School Association
The National Middle School Association official Web site provides professional development articles and links to many other Web sites of interest to middle school teachers.
National Science Resources Center
Sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution and the Academies of Science, this Web site provides leadership, services, and products for improving the learning and teaching of science.
Established guides for assessing almost every type of product and project are available on this site. You also can create and edit your own custom rubrics.
Rubric Resource Page
University of Wisconsin-Stout Campus School of Education
A large number of ready-made rubrics for cooperative learning, multimedia, and Web projects created by classroom teachers are available on this site.
Published by the Education Department at the Smithsonian Museum, this Web site offers high quality professional development materials, a searchable lesson plan database, online resources, and other services.
This Web site offers a special forum for middle school teachers filled with resources and a chat-board where teachers can share ideas that work.
The Public Broadcasting Systems' free teacher resources include featured lessons by subject area and a complete guide to program listings by zip code called "TV for Teachers."
The Discovery Channel School Site
This is a comprehensive Web site with links to a variety of resources valuable for teachers. It offers easy access to lesson plans, curriculum centers, homework helpers, puzzle-makers, clip art gallery, and much more.
The Learning Page
Library of Congress
Offering hundreds of lesson plans, activities, and online resources, this Web site is designed by the Library of Congress especially for educators. Activities are based on resources from the collection and often include an element of fun sure to appeal to middle school students.
The Math Forum @ Drexel
Drexel University sponsors this comprehensive mathematics Web site to encourage best practices in math education. It includes tools for teachers and lesson plans.
The Middle School Science Classroom
National Science Teachers Association
This association Web site provides free articles for middle school science teachers, including journal articles, a discussion board, and multiple online teaching resources.