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Excellent Web-based Resources

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 ‘goodies’ just by browsing the following sites: Pearson/Prentice
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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 ‘goodies’ just by browsing the following sites:

The best part is that one need not be using a specific textbook to take advantage of these excellent classroom resources.

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