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A place to share all your most amazing and useful resources. If we use this well, it could become a very efficient and effective way to enrich many classrooms with everyone else's resources.

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Policy on self promotion

We defer to reddiquette:

"Feel free to post links to your own content (within reason). But if that's all you ever post, or it always seems to get voted down, take a good hard look in the mirror — you just might be a spammer. A widely used rule of thumb is the 9:1 ratio, i.e. only 1 out of every 10 of your submissions should be your own content."

It's okay to self promote on teaching resources, but we would love if you could also contribute other great resources that are not your own so that is not all that you are doing.


Policy on reporting

Please reserve reporting for profane, or blatantly irrelevant content. Use your down vote if the resource submitted was not useful to you.


Being blocked? If you are having trouble multi-posting, send a message to the moderators and one of us can make you an approved submitter.


The Reddit Education Network:

  • /r/Education: A place to discuss the news and politics of education.

  • /r/AdultEducation: A place for adult educators to discuss tips and tricks to engaging an adult audience.

  • /r/ArtEd: A place for art educators to discuss the importance of art education and to share and collaborate on resources.

  • /r/AustralianTeachers: A place for discussion for Teachers from Australia.

  • /r/CSEducation: A place for computer science educators and education researchers.

  • /r/ECEProfessionals: A place for early childhood educators to learn, grow, and contribute as professionals.

  • /r/ELATeachers: A place for English teachers to share ideas and lessons and to brainstorm and collaborate on new curriculum.

  • /r/HigherEducation: A place to discuss and share articles related to higher education.

  • /r/HistoryTeachers: A place to discuss and share resources for history educators.

  • /r/ScienceTeachers: A place for science educators to collaborate on and contribute tips, ideas, labs, and curricula.

  • /r/SpecialEd: Where special education teachers can discuss and share resources related to the education of students with special needs.

  • /r/Teachers: A place to discuss the practice of teaching, receive support from fellow teachers, and gain insight into the teaching profession.

  • /r/TeachingResources: A great place to share and discover teaching resources, such as demos, blogs, simulations, and visual aids.

  • /r/EdTech: A place to share news and sites related to educational technology


Recommended subreddits and websites:

  • /r/slp: Speech-Language Pathology

/r/teachingresources

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15 Reasons for Teachers to Complete an Annual Review

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2024/05/20
02:41 UTC

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Say What - TGIF Teacher Newsletter

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2024/05/20
02:29 UTC

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CTE LAW QUICK LESSON

THINK-PAIR-SHARE ACTIVITY Curriculum: CTE Criminal Justice Grade Level: 7th-12th Grade Format: Collaborative Learning Time Frame: 20-25 minutes Topic: Restorative Justice

PROVIDE CONTEXT: Today, we will discuss restorative justice. Restorative justice focuses on repairing the harm caused by a crime, rather than punishment. It's based on the idea that offenders should accept responsibility for their actions, understand the harm they've caused, and be given an opportunity to redeem themselves.

THINK (5 minutes) Ask students to answer the following question on their own:

  1. A student is caught vandalizing school property and given out-of-school suspension for 3 days. What is an alternative disciplinary action that wouldn't remove the student from the learning environment? Why would this alternative approach be important for the student?

PAIR (10 minutes) Ask students to work in small groups to discuss their answers.

SHARE (10 minutes) Ask students to share their group discussion with the class.

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2024/05/19
21:15 UTC

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Can you compare text and the plagiarism sources right in the plagiarism report?

Hi! Can you compare the text and the plagiarism sources right in the report?

I want to see where the detector finds similarities and how critical it is. Sometimes, I find the things it detects as plagiarism weird, tbh. So, I want to see and make my own conclusions. The abstract plagiarism percentage number doesn't tell me much. Thank you!

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2024/05/19
19:26 UTC

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With just two terms of your geometric sequence, are you confident in finding both your explicit and recursive formulas? If not, I hope this helps.

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2024/05/19
16:51 UTC

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2024/05/18
09:35 UTC

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ESL Game Line Link - A connect 4 styled game #eslgames

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2024/05/18
03:12 UTC

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Teacher job satisfaction survey - for dissertation research

Hello! I am a k-12 educator and education leadership doctoral candidate looking to gather perspectives from teachers about job satisfaction, leadership, and self-development. Please complete the Google Form survey to let your voice be heard. The survey is anonymous and confidential. I need 100 more participants to reach my goal, so it would mean the world to me if you could fill out my survey. Thank you very much for your time.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXCDR3k36T7NWO6GToFP02XPnQln1nH7D2MemjBUjYF5VJZw/viewform?usp=sf_link

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2024/05/18
01:54 UTC

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I am seeking feedback on teaching strategies and want to speak to the teachers here; what do you think about an AI teaching assistant?

Hey guys! I'm a recent graduate from the University of Toronto, working on something with my friends to help tutors out in the classroom; I would love to speak to some of you and show you what we're working on; teachers are testing it in Canada so we're just working to get better feedback

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2024/05/17
16:03 UTC

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ELD Suggestions Needed

ELD Suggestions Needed!

Hi everyone, I teach ELD 1 and 2 at the high school level and my principal has just offered $2k to get something cool for next school year for my classes. Anyone have any suggestions for what I should go for? Software? Equipment?

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2024/05/16
19:11 UTC

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Paid or Free only?

Do you pay for teaching resources? Or only go for free ones? What are some things you look for in a resource that *might* get you to pay for it?

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2024/05/16
18:14 UTC

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English Teacher - Immigration & Language Barriers Doesn’t Stop The Connection 👩🏾‍🏫 (Pt.6)

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2024/05/16
15:39 UTC

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Looking for a Study Buddy to Level Up Together in DSA and Coding!

Hey everyone, I'm looking for a study buddy to embark on a journey of learning Data Structures and Algorithms (DSA) and coding from scratch. Whether you're a beginner like me or more experienced, let's motivate each other, keep each other accountable, and make significant progress together. Here's what I have in mind: Learning DSA and coding fundamentals together. Regular progress updates and sharing of new learnings. •Motivating and supporting each other throughout the journey.

If you're interested in hustling and grinding together to level up our skills, drop a comment or shoot me a message. Let's make it big together!

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2024/05/14
12:20 UTC

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Pogil Biochemistry

I am looking for an electronic copy of the POGIL Biochemistry text. I just purchased the paperback, but I would rather not caniballize it for scanning if not necessary. Does anyone happen to have a copy? Thanks in advance.

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2024/05/13
21:24 UTC

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A free teaching resource

Hi! I just discovered ANTON this school year, and I wanted to share! It’s entirely cost-free and ad-free, which is great. They have over 100,000 exercises for grades K through 8, and they have so many subjects like math, science, social studies, language arts, and music. When kids complete exercises, they earn coins so they also can play games. I’ve found that gamified learning really motivates students (and is lots of fun)!

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2024/05/13
12:00 UTC

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Food adjectives

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2024/05/13
08:34 UTC

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Do you know the steps to find the recursive formula for your geometric sequence when you only have the value of the common ratio and the value of an arbitrary nth term? The trick is to start with the general form of the explicit formula. I hope this helps.

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2024/05/12
21:43 UTC

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Feedback on free career guide

Hi Community! I hope this is okay to post here - mods please delete if not, I'm a mum of two from New Zealand and I've spent the past year building a free career ideas list blog and would love for you to check it out and give me some feedback on the site, or if it's something that would be genuinely helpful for your older students. TIA!

www.thecareerlist.com

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2024/05/09
23:01 UTC

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