Offer Support for Educators

From elementary to secondary schools, teachers are balancing classroom management, lesson planning, professional development, administrative needs, social and emotional learning, assessments, and parent expectations—while oftentimes neglecting their own well-being and self-care. Administrators want to be responsive to the needs of educators, but sometimes it's difficult to know exactly how or where to invest time, resources, and funding.


Discover an Outcomes-Focused Instructional Resource

With Gale In Context: For Educators, you can set students and teachers up for success and develop a thriving learning environment. For Educators was created to remove as many day-to-day challenges as possible, replacing isolation and stress with collaboration and a more streamlined workflow. Based on feedback from educators and administrators like you, For Educators was designed to offer a simpler way to get current, relevant digital content into the hands of teachers and students. Instead of adding "one more tool" to their workflow, you can provide one resource that does it all—from meeting curriculum standards to helping with lesson planning to up-to-the-minute content from trusted sources around the world. Our cross-curricular digital resources support differentiated instruction, professional learning, and collaboration within and across districts. Increased collaboration breaks down silos and builds relationships, which can help minimize teacher burnout. 


Access Standards-Aligned Content

With a subscription to Gale In Context resources, students and teachers have access to primary sources, experiments, case studies, academic journals, magazines, newspapers, books, images, podcasts, and videos.


Administrator Benefits at a Glance

  • Provide exceptional value with one purchase that gives all educators and students access to thousands of high-quality sources.
  • Foster a positive and culturally responsive learning environment for learners of all ages.
  • Help teachers save time looking for ways to engage students. The resources available with Gale In Context: For Educators include lesson plans, videos, learning activities, and discussion questions to support daily instruction and adapt teaching methods. 
  • Support equity of access for all learners. Gale In Context resources have the option to use language translation, text-to-speech technology, the OpenDyslexic font, and other readability tools. 
  • Encourage collaboration within and across teams. For Educators allows for more cross-curriculum projects and focuses on the whole student while they learn.
  • Model and encourage self-care practices for individuals or small groups.
  • Offer educators ways to differentiate the curriculum and differentiate instruction in mixed-ability classrooms for every grade level. 
  • Add context to professional development meetings, observations, and administrator conferences.

Support a Variety of Subjects

Cross-curricular digital resources fit into your existing workflow and help you quickly locate engaging content. Our easy-to-use search tools and advanced page filtering make it simpler than ever to find the resources you need. The best part? All our content has been vetted by subject experts and former educators to ensure its accuracy and quality. 

 Give Teachers the Resources They Need  

As every teacher knows, they can't rely on one-size-fits-all instructional strategies. They must be flexible and adapt their instruction based on preferred learning styles and student abilities. School leadership sets the tone for communicating the benefits of differentiated instruction and how teachers can implement strategies. Without support from school leaders or the opportunity to model education practices, new teachers may struggle with instruction, classroom management, and burnout. 

Classrooms today require more interactive instruction and culturally responsive teaching activities. Gale In Context: For Educators allows teachers to discover and customize digital learning content and foster an equitable and culturally responsive classroom by supplying diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and social and emotional learning (SEL) materials. 

With a focus on culturally responsive teaching and differentiated instruction, teachers can build a classroom community where everyone's well-being is a priority. Recognizing the importance of instruction, the American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act provides federal funding to primary and secondary education, with funds specifically authorized for professional development, instructional materials, and educational program support. Gale partnered with McREL International, a nonprofit education research organization, to demonstrate a rationale for Gale In Context: For Educators that you can use to help secure funding.