Each week, I publish a post containing three or four particularly useful resources on classroom instruction, and you can see them all here.

You might also be interested in The Best Articles (And Blog Posts) Offering Practical Advice & Resources To Teachers In 2014 – Part Two.

Here are this week’s picks:

What are the Biggest Mistakes Teachers Make When Integrating Technology into the Classroom? is from Langwitches.  I’m adding it to The Best Advice On Using Education Technology.

The Intersection of UDL and Bloom’s Taxonomy is a useful article by Elizabeth Stein at Middleweb. I’m adding it to The Best Resources For Helping Teachers Use Bloom’s Taxonomy In The Classroom.

7 Ways to Hack Your Classroom to Include Student Choice is from Edudemic. I’m adding it to The Best Posts & Articles About Providing Students With Choices.

Expeditionary Learning has created a number free, and good, curriculum units for English Language Arts, Science and Social Studies. You can download them here, and read more about them at Middleweb.

A Nation on the Move: Exploring the Promise of the First Transcontinental Railroad is a new lesson from The New York Times Learning Network. It’s too advanced for English Language Learners. However, I did find two links within that post that I’m going to use with my ELL students on Monday since we happen to be studying that era now. One is a piece from PBS on its impacts, which I will use as a jigsaw, and the other is a Times’ column connecting the Transcontinental Railroad to today’s controversial bullet train being built in our state.

Here are two resources I’m adding to The Best Resources For Learning About Homework Issues:

That Grade School Was (Probably) Right to Dump Homework is from New York Magazine (thanks to Alexander Russo for the tip).

Homework vs. No Homework Is the Wrong Question is by Maurice Elias.

I’m adding this tweet to The Best Posts & Articles About Asking Good Questions: