Free resources are available online to help teachers

07/19/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Ann Davis, a teacher at a low-income school in New Orleans, writes in this blog post about the many resources she turned to for tools her own school district was unable to provide. Among them are BetterLesson, a free website where teachers can share resources, lesson plans and more; Problem-Attic, a test generator; Teachers Pay Teachers, an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell educational materials and share for free; and ClassDojo, a high-tech behavior-management system.

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