Here is a playground I recently completed that has some of my favorite Shakespeare resources. My thought is that it is more than just a teacher resource binder, though. It is a playground. What if instead of telling students about Shakespeare's life and times, I invited them to explore the binder on their own terms and then asked them to tell me what they learned? What if all of my students shared their experience in the playground? What if I invited them to create their own playground or contribute to the one we share as a class?
However you use it, I hope that it has value to you as an educator.