... where is it and what is it?
I am not talking about a house, but a website. Teachers' Domain is a place where teachers can register for a free account and find all sorts of digital media for the classroom. Some of the resources that are featured are from: Nova, Nova Science Now, Cyberchase, Read Between the Lions, American Experience, and more. There is a What's New section, Featured Resources section, Special Collections, and you can browse by subject area. Teachers' Domain does offer professional development for a cost and it is through PBS Teacherline.
One of the areas that I looked at was English Language Arts. Two subject areas opened up: Reading and Viewing and Writing and Speaking. I chose to go into Reading and Viewing. There are over 300 resources in the Reading and Viewing section. There are lessons available, videos, interactive games, online books, and many more resources available to teachers.
This is a great resource for teachers to put into their toolbox. All of the resources that I visited are free. I also think these would look great projected to an IWB for whole class instruction. If you haven't visited Teachers' Domain before, why don't you go and check it out. Registration is free.
Image is from: Teachers' Domain, Tiktaalik: A Fish Out of Water, published December 13, 2010, retrieved on April 21, 2011, http://www.teachersdomain.org/resource/midlit10.sci.spltransition/