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Lesson plans and other resources
- American Federation of Teachers: Share My Lesson
Nearly 300,000 resources and lesson plans by teachers for teachers.
- National Education Association lesson plans
- Minnesota Association of Children’s Mental Health
Classroom activities, guides for educators and more related to children’s mental health.
- Minnesota Public Radio
Class Notes – Free resources for music education teachers.
Sound Learning – Text and audio clips you can use in the classroom, made available in part by a grant from the Education Minnesota Foundation.
- Teacher Tube
Instructional videos for teachers and students.
- The Teaching Channel
Showcasing lesson ideas and best practices via video.
- TED-Ed Website
A groundbreaking website that enables teachers to create unique lesson plans.
- UDL Exchange
Lesson plans and other resources based on universal design for learning principles.
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Roadmap to Resolution
Roadmap to Resolution is a conflict-resolution program tailored to meet the needs of teachers, instructors and educational support professionals (ESPs) in Minnesota.
How does it work?
- Parties complete the Request for Facilitation form and submit it to Education Minnesota at email@example.com.
- If all parties do not complete the form and/or do not agree to participate, a conflict management facilitator (CMF) is not assigned and parties are notified that the Roadmap to Resolution (R2R) process will not occur.
- If all parties submit the completed facilitator form and agree to participate in the R2R process, a CMF will be assigned, and a conflict management facilitation session will be scheduled.
a. The session will typically last between two and four hours.
b. All parties will have the opportunity to voice their concerns and ideas for resolution.
c. Parties are expected to actively participate in developing the resolution.
d. The CMF will work with all parties toward a resolution that will successfully manage the conflict.
i. If able to identify a resolution, the parties will develop a written plan.
ii. The parties also agree to follow the plan.
e. After meeting, if the parties are unable to develop a resolution, the CMF will note that on the facilitator report form to the R2R contact.