A new blog providing various teaching tips will be published soon. In the meantime, here is sample of the teaching tips we will be offering... http://www.teachercreated.com/free/tip.php
You can also visit our press room to read our press releases.
Added by Teacher Created Resources on September 10, 2008 at 11:30am —
PBwiki has announced that they are offering educators & librarians who sign up as part of the 2008 PBwiki Program for Educators a free premium wiki (regular price: $250/year). This program is also open to home school parents as well.
You can learn more about all the ways you can use a wiki in your classroom to enhance and support student learning over on the PBWiki Education
page, or the PBwiki… Continue
Added by Derek Baird on September 9, 2008 at 4:00pm —
is a free resource website created by teachers for teachers. Using TeacherRated.com, educators quickly locate the very best teaching tools, lesson plans, reference websites and student activities available online because resources are suggested, rated and reviewed by teachers.
Whether searching for lesson plans, teaching resources or student activities, many educators turn to the Internet for help. With thousands of… Continue
Added by Greg from LessonGateway.com on September 1, 2008 at 8:00pm —
Check out the latest episode....(see above)
Added by Bobby on July 28, 2008 at 1:27pm —
Hey all! I finally figured out how to make a podcast. About time! I'm considering submitting it to iTunes. the name of the podcast is "The Teachers Life". Check it out and let me know what you think. There's even an online poll for you to take!!!!!!!!! I would love any suggestions on how to make it better. Thanks!
Added by Bobby on July 27, 2008 at 10:37pm —
July in Iowa = a BAJILLION fireflies!
I don't care who you are or how old you are, fireflies are amazing. Our farmyard was full of them tonight and I just couldn't get enough of watching them flicker on and off like a symphony of Christmas lights.
When I typed in "fireflies" in the search box of www.teachertube.com, this came up. (I bet this dude's a reader!) Enjoy!
BTW, I know, I know, fireflies… Continue
Added by Michelle TeGrootenhuis on July 6, 2008 at 11:00pm —
It's been awhile, but since I keep getting emails and tweets
(keep them comin', i love hearing from everyone) about the status of Yahoo! For Teachers from Classroom 2.0 folks, I thought I'd cross post an update here from my blog
Added by Derek Baird on June 14, 2008 at 12:30pm —
I have merged my Education-themed weblogs. It was a marriage that seemed inevitable. In reality, I was testing the waters with Typepad and Wordpress (self hosted) and Wordpress won. The content on both blogs was similar and was centered around provoking thought about school/teaching practices at this particular point in the evolution of Education.
I will continue this work, though, with a greater intensity and focus as I am no longer "split" by the… Continue
Added by Andrew on May 21, 2008 at 7:45am —
I've been researching the Internet and found many tools that are useful. Still there's the situation at my school where we have classrooms made for 26-30 pupils and they're only equipped with three computers. I need not say that this poses problems.
I've chosen this place to post my blog on since it feels right for me.
Currently I work with teenagers 13-16 year-olds teaching English and French and trying to incorporate the latest ICT in my… Continue
Added by Daniel Hermansson on May 1, 2008 at 9:57am —
photo credit- axiepics
After spending the last six months actively reading blogs and beginning to advocate for other teachers at my school to begin to try to incorporate them into their classes, it's really high time for me to begin blogging myself. I'm feeling a bit intimidated since I really enjoy reading about what others are doing in their classrooms and their schools, but don't… Continue
Added by Maureen Tumenas on March 20, 2008 at 3:30pm —
With all the demands on educators now, what motivates young people to go into education? When I started years ago there were no state tests, no standards based education and teachers could be creative. The public (parents) tended to support and respect teachers. It seems that now days that is no longer the case. Why do you want to become a teacher or why do you want to stay in teaching?
Added by Leslie Austin on February 29, 2008 at 12:28pm —