Although normally I do not support associations affiliated with direct collective bargaining, NEA is not just a political group; it shares resources that help make teaching better.
If you “like” NEA Today on Facebook, you can download a short e-book with links to wonderful places and resources for teaching. The links are embedded in the text of the publication, and the text is organized by topic or subject. Really easy to use, and really helpful to those of us who are electronically challenged!
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