A good Professional Developer knows how to help teachers help themselves. A good place to start is a Web site of a major textbook publisher. Most offer all sorts of resources aligned to curriculum, and your teachers will find all sorts of helpful â€˜goodiesâ€™ just by browsing the following sites: Pearson/Prentice
Name: Federal Resources for Educational Excellence Brief Description of the Site: FREE is an acronym for the U.S. Department of Education's Federal Resources for Educational Excellence. The site is comprised of 50 federal agencies that supply free materials for educators. Resources at the site include lesson
The Web site integrates RTI informational resources, professional development opportunities and Pearson's assessment and curriculum intervention solutions that effectively fit the multi-tiered RTI approach to promote high-quality, standards-based instruction and intervention.
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