Learning Resource for Educators

Learning Resource for Educators

Author: Melista Brodnax
  • Provide overview of useful facets of the site.


  • Explain easy navigation of the site.
  • Demonstrate unlimited potential of the site.

This single inclusive resource provides unlimited teaching and learning resources from federal agencies.  Educators have very limited time to create  engaging lesson plans on a vast array of topics.  This becomes a very cumbersome task, that often takes away from the teacher's time to truly educate students.  By utilizing this single resource, unlimited lesson potential is accessed.   This resource provides innovative ideas and options for educators of all levels and subjects.  It has a very organized format, that is easily navigated and has the potential to make every classroom a learning lab.  

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Introduction to Free Educational Resource Provided by Federal Agencies

Overview of teaching opportunities from www.free.ed.gov.

Source: self created from http://www.free.ed.gov/

Tutorial for utilization of www.free.ed.gov

Exploratory tutorial of www.free.ed.gov.
Assist in the discovery process of the inclusive nature of this free resource.

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Exploring the Potential of http://www.free.ed.gov/

Document exploring the application of http://www.bls.gov/home.htm. This site is one of the many resources provided by http://www.free.ed.gov/. It examines the utility of the site maintained by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and how it can be utilized by educators to guide students toward career goals or fitting careers.

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