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Educator Resource: Share My Lesson [web resource]

SML ShareMyLesson 562 Share My Lesson is committed to providing the education community free, high-quality, effective lesson plans—many of which are aligned to standards—and professional development resources.

Share My Lesson was created by the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and TES Global in 2012. Any educator, from preschool to college, can register and start using the site. Share My Lesson users can upload their own resources, review and rate resources on the site, and download anything, all at no charge.  The user-generated content is be supplemented by  resources from hundreds of content partners. As of 2019, Share My Lesson has 1.5 million members and more than 420,000 Toddler–Grade 12 resources.

A quick keyword search produces matches across all subject areas, which can then be filtered by grade level, subject, and topic.  Share My Lesson resource types include activities, assessments and test preparation, webinars, presentations, handouts, printables, texts, and more.

Get Started

Need help getting started? These Share My Lesson brochures show you how.

For quick access to a specific topic by education level, check out the links below.

Also, be sure to see the Share My Lesson blog. Posts by the American Federation of Teachers and by guest authors explore issues and ideas such as education equity, mindfulness, immigration, childhood adversity, language learning, Universal Design for Learning, flexible grading, and much more.

Source: The American Federation of Teachers | Share My Lesson, https://sharemylesson.com | Creative Common CC BY-NC-SA and CC BY-NC-ND

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