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@ Greenfield High School: Additional Resources for Teachers

Teaching Books

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 - video streaming and download, as well as other tools; see librarian for school passcode
1. Go to
2. Select the Passcode/New User tab to enter the school passcode
3. Click Login to create a user account and password

OER Commons is a dynamic digital library and network. Explore open education resources and join our network of educators dedicated to curriculum improvement.


 - Curriki supports you with thousands of thoroughly vetted online learning activities in all major K-12 subject areas in many formats.


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See the librarian for the GHS username and password to access the digital edition, including today's paper.


Search the full-text of The Recorder (coverage from 1997- present), Springfield Republican (1988 - current), and other MA newspapers.

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Library Services & Resources

I am here to help you:

¨ Find professional resources - education articles, lesson plans, books in your field of study, etc.

¨ Acquire teaching & classroom materials through purchase or interlibrary loan -  audiobooks, magazines, books, & DVDs

¨ Create resource lists for class projects

¨ Collaborate in the development & teaching of lessons relating to research, inquiry based learning, literacy, and technology integration

¨ Develop book lists & displays for projects or reading assignments

¨ Assemble library resources to be used in your classroom

¨ Navigate GHS -  locate resources, information, forms, procedures, etc.

¨ Provide an alternate learning space - conducive to group work, discussion groups, independent projects, computer access, seminar style discussions, etc.


Equipment & Resources

  • 35 iPads (may be reserved for classroom or library use)
  • 25 laptops (may be reserved for class use in the library or lecture hall or borrowed individually for use in the classroom)
  • 40 Headphones (for classroom or library use)
  • 7 desktop computers
  • 8 iPod Touches - available for class use or student borrowing (used for film, photography, audiobooks, ebooks, Internet, etc.)
  • Video Camera 
  • Universal Card Reader
  • Tripods
  • Overhead Projector
  • Portable Screen
  • DVD/VCR Player
  • Microphones 
  • Green Screen
  • Makerspace - electronics, robotics, coding, filmmaking, photography, watercolor, drawing, mixed media art, knitting, crochet, sewing, writing, puzzles, Legos, Keva planks, K'Nex, cardboard construction, Plus Plus blocks, coloring supplies, relaxation tools

Library Equipment for Teachers & Classes

Sites for Educators

MA Performers & Programs Directory


Teaching Channel - a video showcase of innovative and effective teaching practices in America's schools

 -  a professional social and learning network that makes it easy for anyone in the education community to connect with peers, share information and best practices, spread innovative ideas, and provide professional development

Professional Articles


Academic Articles

Videos for Teaching

Curriculum Resources

- videoconference with authors, experts, other classes, etc.

Writing Exercises

- includes a database of lesson plans

- great primary source docs & teaching tools; also see Digital Vaults


       - great for developing individual study or group exercizes

 - create animated video lessons to engage your students (works great for flipping your lessons)

 - add animation to your presentations or animate your ideas 

  - free screencasting tool that allows you to record everything you do on your computer screen (requires a download)

  Moodle is a Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It is a Free web application that educators can use to create effective online learning sites.

 - show video defnitions of vocabulary words created by all sorts of people, create your own video definitions, or have your students create them (streaming only available in teacher internet, though)

 - an interactive language learning site that allows teachers to post assignments, make oral exams, incorporate videos, and more.


 - create and share video lessons using an iPad or Web browser

          - digital literacy resources and recommendations for the best educational technology tools

              - prepares young Americans to become knowledgeable, engaged 21st century citizens by creating free and innovative educational materials

 - a dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one easy-to-use package

 - a non-profit that creates and aggregates high quality curated STEM content (includes lessons, videos, and assessments)

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Online Educational Resources (OER)