National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Council for the Social Studies
National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented
Additional Professional Development Websites for Teachers
These websites have professional development resources for educators in many different categories.
KQED Education is a ‘hub’ or website for learning and engagement for educators (and students). They provide free standards-aligned content and resources for educators with a focus on amplifying youth voice, making media, civic participation, and richer learning, we provide.
Edutopia is a comprehensive educational website/blog and online community. Edutopia wants to increase knowledge, sharing, and adoption of what works in education. Its core topics are project-based learning, comprehensive assessment, integrated studies, social and emotional learning, educational leadership and teacher development, and technology integration.
TeachThought’s mission is very simple: learn better. The blog has a huge variety of topics divided into four categories: critical thinking, learning, teaching and the future of learning. This blog is definitely a blog every teacher should read! In Addition to their posts, they have a large range of interesting podcasts.
BookWidgets is a digital lesson creation tool for teachers but also has a blog with inspiring articles, educational technology tips, and lesson ideas. In fact, if you’re reading this article, you’re on the BookWidgets blog. Make sure to browse around and look for other interesting content.
The Joy of Professional Learning is a website with a mission to start a movement, change the culture of professional development to professional learning for teachers as learners first. They offer great professional development resources like professional learning ebooks and courses.