The University of Oklahoma’s K20 Center has a wealth of resources for educators!

One is K20 Center Games, which has a number of fairly impressive learning games appropriate for high schoolers. Once you sign-up (for free), they’ll send you an email (mine took a few days, but that might because it’s holiday time). Then, you can easily create a virtual classroom and enroll students in it.

K20 Learn is another excellent feature on their site. It has a wealth of lesson plans for all major subjects from grades one-through-twelve. I took a quick look through some of them, and they looked pretty good.

There are a number of other resources on the site, but those are the two that stuck out to me.

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