When you are beginning to develop an online course, you need to consider a variety of pieces. These links provide information for online course creation in the areas of: (1) Specific Content Resources and (2) Course Design.
I love how interactive these resources and lesson plans are. A wide variety of subject areas are available.
Provides free resources for teachers, primarily in STEM content areas. They also include standard alignment.
These resources are all contributed by teachers. Thousands of lessons and resources to sift through.
This article provides tips for getting started as an online teacher. Planning ahead and preparing for a shift in teaching style is important!
Key considerations for transitioning a face-to-face course to online.
Ideas for using Educational Technology in a K-12 classroom. These can be adapted for fully online learners. Each tool has a variety of resources provided.
More of an interesting read than a resource, but provides some helpful insights in making curriculum engaging when online.
This is a journal article; however, Table 1 provides a great overview of the findings which can be helpful in design.