NextLesson: 21st Century Learning and Real World Projects to Engage Students


NextLesson is a marketplace to discover and manage 21st century projects. It was started by parents, is guided by teachers, and built for students. The folks over at NextLesson are dedicated to the task of building a better tomorrow by working on one simple, driving question, “How can we unleash projects students love?”

I became affiliated with NextLesson just a few months ago, but I could see the potential in the site right away and the passion of those behind the scenes.

The site offers free and priced lessons and projects for all grade levels. Projects on this site offer a unique component as they are very interactive for students and highly engaging.

Math, English Language Arts, History and Science resources are available and are searchable by topic, grade level and the Common Core (which I know is important for those of you who are knee-deep in CCSS).

New resources are constantly being added and are created by teachers, for teachers. Sign up is free and takes just a moment! And guess what?

 

NextLesson has agreed to give one of you a $25 gift card to the site! How awesome is that? 

 

All you have to do to enter this giveaway, is sign up to NextLesson. Then, just enter below for your chance to win! Easy-peasy!

 

You can gain extra entries by following NextLesson through their social media networks, as well. AND, if you share this giveaway through any of your own social networks, you can gain 5 extra entries!

I’m only running this giveaway for 3 days, so enter today! You don’t want to miss out!

 

If you want real life, interactive projects to engage your students, NextLesson may have just what you’re looking for!

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NextLesson has tons of freebies! Make sure you check them out and good luck to you all!

 

Krystal Mills, Lessons From The Mille, Teacher Blog

About krystalmills

I am a Grade 7 teacher in Prince Edward Island. Lessons From The Middle shares lessons from the classroom, and occasionally from my life as a mom of two young boys. The goal of this Canadian teacher blog is to share middle school lessons, activities and ideas from my classroom and to collaborate with the wonderful online community of teachers out there as well! Thanks for stopping by!   Find me on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Browse my TPT Store Browse my TN Store

Posted on January 8, 2014, in contest, Freebies, Giveaways, Middle School and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I entered and posted to my FB! Happy New Year Blogger Buddy :)

  2. Hi Krystal… I’m a long time lurker. I was wondering if you could recommend any 6th-7th grade nonfiction literature that you’ve found to be high interest for your students. I teach 6th grade and my principal has given me the go ahead to order some books. Any recommendations?

    mrsmacqueen at gmail dot com

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