Maybe you’re a veteran teacher. You have a robust arsenal of lesson ideas; you’ve gone through the trial and error period of keeping great assignments, tweaking mediocre ones and scrapping others that didn’t work at all.
Or maybe you are a new teacher and only beginning to build your repertoire. As a result, you may be spending long days (and nights) not only juggling lesson planning, but grading and attending to all of the other administrative responsibilities that come with the territory.
Either way, both new and veteran teachers share something in common: They are busy. In addition to this, they can never have too many ideas for increasing student engagement, streamlining curriculum and staying organized.
That’s why we are offering our FREE downloadable guide, Surfing for Substance, a compilation of 50 User-friendly websites and apps for teachers.
You may be a “tech-head” already, but you don’t have to be to make any of these 50 user-friendly websites and apps a part of your everyday life. Our descriptions of each resource are brief and lighthearted—and hopefully, substantive enough to give you a sense for whether or not they will fit your students’ and your needs.
Inside you'll find apps for keeping you
- Connected with Social Media
- Enhancing Your Curriculum