Free Educational Websites
This site offers many resources for teaching about history, the government, and current topics.
This site provides current news topics appropriate for middle and high school students. The site recommends previewing the content before using it with students.
This website will help you will MLA citations.
This video discusses plagiarism and the importance of citing one's sources. It goes over the format and components of MLA citation.
This video explains the times when in-text citations are needed and the proper way to create them.
This video explains the difference between primary and secondary sources and the importance of using both types of sources in your research.
This video will discuss ways to stay safe while on the World Wide Web.
This video explains what a digital footprint is and things to consider before posting things online.
This site from New York University provides glossaries in various subject areas for a multitude of languages.
This is a civics website created by Sandra Day O'Conner.
This is a great website with a lot of health information. There are videos, activity sheets, lesson plans. It has topics that are covered in both science and health.
This is a curated image library that is safe and free for education.
This website helps students with proper MLA format. It helps with the proper citation and bibliographic format for research.
This site explains the proper way to cite information using the APA format.
This site offers several videos on Internet safety.
This site teaches about Internet safety.
This website teaches all about Internet safety.