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Remind, formerly Remind101, is a free, safe, easy-to-use communication tool that helps teachers reach students and parents where they are. Teachers,...
EDSITEment offers a treasure trove for teachers, students, and parents searching for high-quality material on the Internet in the subject areas of...
The Epilepsy Foundation is your unwavering ally on your journey with epilepsy and seizures. The Foundation is a community-based, family-led...
Everyone has been inspired by a mentor and teacher that spoke to their heart and transformed their life. Modern mythology itself often celebrates the...
Amber Chandler is a National Board Certified middle school ELA teacher in Hamburg, New York with a Master’s Degree in Literature, as well as a School...
LitPick Student Book Reviews
LitPick Student Book Reviews ( www.litpick.com ) receives free reading courtesy copies of new preteen, teen, and young adult books from publishers...
Character.org works with schools, districts and organizations to develop a culture where young people thrive both academically and ethically. Their...
Stony Brook WTC Wellness Program
Each year, on September 11th, we are reminded of one of the most tragic days in our nation’s history. An important part of the legacy of 9/11 was the...
Burning Questions Part 1 of 3
This is part one of a three-part series explaining how adding BAM (burning questions, authentic audiences and millennial skills) to your lesson...
BURNING QUESTIONS PART 2 OF 3
Authentic Audiences: Can I Get a “Like” for That? This is part two of a three- part series explaining how BAM (burning questions, authentic audiences...
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