Monthly Archives: June 2008

50 Must-Read Up and Coming Blogs by Teachers

Whether you’re new to the teaching field yourself or a seasoned veteran, you can find inspiration, advice and shared experiences by reading the blogs of other teachers. Both established bloggers and those new to the game like the bloggers listed here can offer some interesting and sometimes entertaining reading material for anyone involved in the [...]
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100+ Resources for Teaching Without Textbooks

What would your classroom be like without your students cracking open their oversized textbooks everyday? Probably a lot more interesting, especially for the kiddies.
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The Ultimate Guide to Special Needs Teaching: 100+ Resources and Links

Whether you have an entire class of students with special needs, or you've welcomed a student with a disability into your traditional classroom, this massive list of resources will help you research different disorders and conditions, review special lesson plans, and find the support you need to work with your students and help them succeed.
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100 Best Resources and Guides for ESL Teachers

Teaching ESL requires a lot of creativity. Students can range from tiny tots to adults, and their skill level can be very experienced or at the basic level. With all these variables, teaching ESL can be challenging, so this list offers 100 of the best resources and guides to help you be the best teacher [...]
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50 Ways to Go Green in the Classroom

Most of you teachers are wrapping up the school year, but we have an important homework assignment for the summer. C
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