Whether you’re a new teacher or a classroom veteran, we’ve got tools, lesson plans, ideas, examples, and instructional resources to help build your teaching practice. We’re also giving away thousands of dollars in prizes! Clock hours available.
Tan Huynh is an educator trained in sheltered instruction, WIDA, culturally responsive instruction, the International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program, and the Collaborative Instructional Cycle.
Natalie Martinez, PhD (K’awaika-meh, Laguna Pueblo) is a professional educator, a former principal and teacher, mentor, and collaborator on multiple indigenous-centered curriculum and OER Project.
Erika Lusky’s career spans 29 years in special education. She has works to empower disenfranchised learners to shape their own identities and capabilities. Co-creator of Enbrighten Education.
Julie Rains is a program consultant and an online coach/instructional designer at Project Zero Summer Institute at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Co-creator of Enbrighten Education.
Four-and-a-half hours of foundational instructional practices, plus examples, tools, coaching and resources for the social studies classroom.
When you register for the Fundamentals Conference, you are automatically entered into a raffle for gift cards, jam-packed book bags and swag bags.
The “OER” in OER Project stands for online education resources. We publish free, online, standards-based curricula. When you register for the conference, you’ll also be gaining access to our complete library of materials.
Our courses are grounded in the latest learning insights and are aligned to state standards.
All OER Project materials can be accessed from our site, Clever, through an LMS, or by sharing to Google Classroom.