TpT is launching a nationwide effort to help educators continue student learning outside the classroom. We’re offering free subscriptions to TpT School Access for U.S. schools affected by coronavirus.
The practice of distance learning is new territory for many teachers. Here are seven tips from experts in the TpT community to get you started in supporting student learning from afar.
We’re excited to announce a few updates we’ve made to the Ratings & Reviews system on TpT that will further help you find the right resources when you need them most. Here’s a quick look at what’s new.
Recently, we’ve heard that teachers are being asked to prepare options for distance learning as they face potential school closures. We tapped into the collective wisdom of the TpT community and spoke to four Teacher-Authors with experience in distance learning. They’ve shared their tried-and-tested tips in this post.
“How many of our young men and women readily know and reflect on the contributions that so many women have made, and are continuously making, to our history?” asks Teacher-Author Teach Me T. She shares her thoughts on how teachers can talk about and bring attention to the contributions of women, both past and present.