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15 Best Educational Websites for Teachers

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It’s no doubt Google is still the best source for teaching resources, but you may feel overwhelmed by the enormous list it will show you when you search. What would you expect from the most comprehensive search engine existing today? But no worries DepEd Tambayan will list the top 15 best educational websites for teachers.

We spent hours making this list so you don’t have to. Unless you are looking for a very specific file on the internet then Dr Google is your best option. We have curated for you some of the best free websites that provide a treasure trove of educational content. You may save time and resources that you can spend for your family and for other important matters.

From ready-made lesson plans to video resources, images and even apps. We make sure the list below covers the most important resources available for teachers. We hope for the best out of these to help you enhance your teaching vocation, continues learning, and growing professionally.

It is also worth to say that all of these websites are free to use. You don’t have to pay any subscription fee or pay for a single download. May these websites help you especially if you’re teaching K-12. Technology is good when we use it right.

15 BEST Educational Websites for Teachers

1. Symbaloo EDU

SymbalooEDU is a visual resource management tool that helps educators and students organize and share the best of the web. Users save their resources in the cloud and access them from anywhere with any device.

2. Smithsonian Learning Lab

Smithsonian Learning Lab is your destination for millions of carefully curated, easily accessible, customizable, and shareable open educational resources.

They empowers learners with materials and tools to hep them personalize their learning, create new ideas, find resources and access collections of educational content and build meaningful educational networks.

3. Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2008 by Salman Khan with the goal of creating a set of online tools that help educate students. The organization produces short lessons in the form of videos. Its website also includes supplementary practice exercises and materials for educators. Instructional videos and practice exercises cover different subjects including math, chemistry, physics, science, arts, humanities and many more. Khan Academy is always free!

4. ReadWriteThink

ReadWriteThink provides educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction. This includes student interactives, lesson plans, printouts, mobile apps, strategy guides and more.

5. Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media is the leading source of entertainment and technology recommendations for families.  You can access teacher-created reviews of educational tools and mobile apps, read-made lesson plans, webinars, videos and many more.

6. CK-12

CK-12 provides open teacher-curated STEM content that include lessons, activities, study guides, and practice exercises. This non-profit organization dedicated to increasing access to high quality educational materials for K-12 students all over the world.

7. Edutopia

Edutopia gives parenting tips and advice as well as educational activities and ideas.

8. OER Commons

Open Educational Resources is a public digital library of open educational content that allows you to ‘explore, create, and collaborate with educators around the word to improve curriculum’.

9. Discovery Education

Discovery Education inspires educators to go beyond traditional learning with award-winning digital content and professional development.

They provides tons of standards-aligned resources, tools to enhance students thinking skills, and opportunities for collaborative learning experiences to help teachers grow their professional practice.

10. GuroPH

GuroPh is a Philippine-based website. They provide teaching materials but other than that they have a lot of inspiring stories that you might want to check.

11. TED Ed

TED Ed is an education initiative from TED to help teachers, educators, and students to access and create interactive video lessons. Discover hundreds of animated lessons, create customized lessons, and share your big ideas.

12. Edshelf

Edshelf is a ‘socially-curated discovery engine of websites, mobile apps, desktop programs, and electronic products for teaching and learning’

13. Edmodo

Edmodo is an online collaboration hub that leverages the power of social media to provide customized classrooms for every teacher/student situation.

14. Google Classroom

Use Google Clasroom to manage teaching and learning with Classroom. Classroom helps students and teachers organize assignments, boost collaboration, and foster better communication.

15. HowStuffWorks

HowStuffWorks explains thousands of topics with video and illustrations so students can learn more about how everything works.

More Educational Websites

They say on their website: We are offering our members free access to some of our best Premium resources to help support you during school closures.

Spelling City

Spelling City offers vocabulary, spelling, writing, parts of speech, handwriting and alphabetical order games to elementary, middle and high-school classes. provides social tools, lesson plans, and advice column for teachers.

WNET Education

WNET Education is a resource for lesson plans, classroom activities, multimedia, and links to curriculum-based sites.

So here are DepEd Tambayan top 15 best educational websites for teachers. If you think there’s more please share it in the comment section below. And BTW DepEd Tambayan itself is a good source for learning and teaching materials. If you’re looking for free instructional materials for your teaching then DepEd Tambayan is a good start for you.


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1 thought on “15 Best Educational Websites for Teachers”

  1. Hope you could share me some instructional materials i could use for my kindergarten students.
    Thank you and God bless!

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