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[Written by | 23 Apr 2015]

Here’s a short conversation I had yesterday with Shelly Sanchez Terrell, who’s going to be presenting the “7 Extra Teacher Income Ideas” webinar on May 5th. She gives us a sneak peak of what she’s going to cover in this special session.

To register for the webinar itself, go here:
 https://simplek12.leadpages.net/extra-teacher-income

[Written by | 22 Apr 2015]

Google is so much more than your favorite search engine – it’s a way to inspire creativity in your students, increase student productivity and collaboration, and spend less time on menial classroom tasks.
Join us for a free online conference featuring many of the hidden tools and resources that Google has to offer. Our experienced presenters will share their favorite tips & tricks to help you become a Google Expert in no time!

If you are interested in learning more about how to use Google for classroom collaboration, check out these four …

[Written by | 21 Apr 2015]

Increasing homework completion and engaging today’s digital students can be challenging. If you want to improve information retention and increase student achievement, all while teaching your students important 21st Century skills, you’ve found the perfect Premium Resource.
SimpleK12 is thrilled to present to you this FREE printable project and we hope it will bring new life to your classroom.
Learn Calculus without a Book or Teacher

In this FREE Premium Resource lesson plan, students will stray from the normal conduits of using books and teachers as the source of information and learn the …

[Written by | 16 Apr 2015]

Increasing homework completion and engaging today’s digital students can be challenging. If you want to improve information retention and increase student achievement, all while teaching your students important 21st Century skills, you’ve found the perfect Premium Resource.
SimpleK12 is thrilled to present to you this FREE printable project and we hope it will bring new life to your classroom.
Present a Civil War Battle Story

In this FREE Premium Resource lesson plan, students will investigate one major battle fought during the American Civil War, gather information about the battle, the major commanders …

[Written by | 15 Apr 2015]

Do you need to revamp your instructional materials to meet Common Core State Standards? Is your curriculum committee making big decisions about what will best prepare your students for college, work and the world? Now could be the right time for your school to consider building your own digital curriculum.
Change is in the air! Changes that will propel one of the next big trends in education—a shift away from “big box” curriculum and the move towards a more personalized, adaptive, “create-your-own” digital curriculum. Key forces driving this change include: