Teacher Resource Center

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An online database of thousands of vetted math, science and social studies resources for adult education classrooms.

- Adding and Subtracting Integers
- Exponents
- Functions
- Graphing Linear Equations
- How Does That Work
- Order of Operations PEMDAS
- Perform Operations with Numbers Expressed in Scientific Notation
- Sherlock Holmes Solving Algebraic Expressions
- Simplify Rational Expressions
- Use Square Root and Cube Root Symbols to Represent Solutions to Equations
- Use the Structure of an Expression to Identify Ways to Rewrite It
- Using the Quadratic Formula

- Amending the Constitution - Why Change
- Analyzing the Declaration of Independence
- Civics and Government
- Colonial Influences
- Comparing Governments at the Local, State, and National Level
- Constitutional Debate
- Federalism
- I Have a Dream
- Jefferson on Church and State
- Magna Carta
- March on Washington
- The Bill of Rights Today
- The Civil Rights Movement
- The First Amendment and Freedom of Expression
- Understanding the Bill of Rights
- Why the Declaration of Independence

- Applying the Pythagorean Theorem
- Discovering Pi
- Does My Shape Have Class
- Double, Double - Looking at the Effect of Change on Perimeter, Area, and Volume
- Hey Pythagoras! Help Me Understand Your Theorem!
- How Congruence Relates to Rotations, Reflections, and Translations
- Let's Plot Points
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Zig Zag Geometry

- Build a Skittles Graph
- Construct and Interpret Scatter Plots for Bivariate Measurement Data to Investigate Patterns of Association Between Two Quantities
- Creating Line Graphs
- Dot Plots, Histograms, and Box Plots
- Identifying Points, Lines, Rays, and Segments
- Naming Numbers
- Plots on a Number Line, Dot Plots, Histograms, Box Plots
- Tables, Graphs, and Charts, Oh My!
- Temperature Bar Graph
- Understanding Patterns of Association in Bivariate Categorical Data

- BMI and Is Obesity a Disease
- Comparing Health Insurance Plans
- Dear Darla
- Deficiencies and Megadoses
- Graphing Life and Death
- Living Longer
- Managing Medical Conditions
- OTC Medication
- Pandemics
- Percent of Increase and Decrease Applying Percentage Skills to Make Informed Nutritional Choices
- Performing the Heimlich Maneuver
- Personal Medical History
- Skin Cancer Prevention
- The Impact of Disease on Our Lives

- Causes of the American Revolution Interpreting Political Cartoons
- Christmas Truce
- Franklin D Roosevelt and the First Inaugural Address
- Japanese American Internment
- Native American Removal and the Trail of Tears
- Paul Revere's Ride - Fact or Fiction
- Quilt Codes
- Quilting Geometry
- Report on Modern History - Students as Teachers
- Slave Narratives
- The Civil War - Reading on the Internet
- The Great Depression
- The Stories of History - Narrative Nonfiction
- Underground Railroad

- Addition and Subtraction Problems to Find Unknown Angles on a Diagram in Real World Mathematical Problems
- Angle Sums, Exterior Angles, Interior Angles, and Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal
- Buying for Irregularities
- Finding Perimeter and Area of Polygons
- House Transformations
- Living Room Redecoration
- Mathin' Around the House
- Perimeter and Area of Squares and Rectangles
- Scale Drawings of Geometric Figures

- A Thanksgiving Survey
- Concepts of Density Based on Area and Volume in Modeling
- Customary and Metric Conversions
- Distance, Intervals of Time, Liquid Volumes, Masses of Objects, and Money
- Identifying Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Shapes
- Mathematical Magazines
- Measuring Twice in Different Units
- Real World and Mathematical Problems Involving Volume
- Real World Application of Area, Volume, and Surface Area of Two and Three Dimensional Shapes
- Volume and Mass in the Metric System
- Volume for Cylinders, Pyramids, Cones, and Spheres

- Be a Source Detective
- Cause and Effect
- Cite This, Format That, Assess Validity
- Close Reading of The Tell-Tale Heart
- Harrison Bergeron - Reading the Text to Find the Answers
- I Need More Information!
- Outstanding Women
- Reading for Information
- Reading Informational Texts
- Researching Landforms and Monuments
- Summarizing Major Ideas
- Transcendentalism - What Do You Think
- What Caused This Effect and Sequencing
- Where Did You Read THAT - Evaluating Web Sources

- Distinguish Between Correlation and Causation
- Drip, Drip, Drip, or the Case of the Leaky Faucet
- Exploring Science Terms and Cell Basics
- Exploring the Scientific Method Through Experiment Vocabulary and Design
- Interpret the Slope and the Intercept of a Linear Model in the Context of Seed Germination Data
- Keeping Warm - Insulators and Conductors
- Newton's Laws of Motion and Distracted Driving
- Organize, Represent, and Interpret Data
- Scientific Method
- Scientific Processes
- Short Answer Response for a Scientific Investigation

- A Roll of the Dice
- A Statistical Question has a Distribution Which can be Described by its Center, Spread, and Overall Shape
- Calculating Central Tendency and An Introduction to Variability
- Calculating Costs
- Central Tendencies and Spread With Money
- Data from a Random Sample
- Mean, Median, Mode, and Range
- Oh The Possibilities
- Playing the Odds
- Probable Problems
- Single Variable Data
- Stats Project
- Using Mean and Mean Absolute Deviation to Compare Data
- What Are My Chances
- What To Do First
- Working Through Statistics

- Apply the Properties of Operations to Generate Equivalent Expressions
- Solving Systems of Equations - Elimination
- Solving Systems of Equations - Final
- Solving Systems of Equations - Graphing
- Solving Systems of Equations - Introduction
- Solving Systems of Equations - Substitutions
- Write, Read, and Evaluate Expressions in Which Letters Stand for Numbers

- Lesson Planning Checklist – ELA Literacy
- Lesson Planning Checklist – Mathematics
- Student Achievement Checklist – ELA Literacy – Student Version
- Student Achievement Checklist – Mathematics – Student Version
- Student Achievement Checklist – ELA Literacy – Teacher Version
- Student Achievement Checklist – Mathematics – Teacher Version

- Teaching Strategies, Learning Activities, and Assessments for the Adult Education Classroom
- Crafting Effective Choices to Motivate Students
- Key Elements of Class Management Whole Class Strategies
- Getting Started with Technology
- How can you incorporate active learning into the classroom
- High Tech Teaching in a Low Tech Classroom
- Enhancing Student Learning
- Flexible Grouping
- Alignment

- Teaching Strategies, Learning Activities, and Assessments for the Adult Education Classroom
- Designing Effective and Innovative Courses
- Key Elements of Class Management Whole Class Strategies
- Getting Started with Technology
- How can you incorporate active learning into your classroom
- High Tech Teaching in a Low Tech Classroom
- Enhancing Student Learning
- Flexible Grouping
- Alignment

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