A place to share teaching resources and ideas.

A new Website has come into being to help teachers of all grade levels share ideas, lessons and resources which can be utilized in the classroom.   When you are looking for help, who better than another teacher knows what you are going through?  On ShareMyLesson – www.sharemylesson.com teachers share their ideas, lessons and experiences which have worked for them in the classroom.  Best of all…. the site is absolutely free!

The American Federation of Teachers recommended this Website in their September/October 2012 issue of American Teacher as a wonderful resource for preschool to college level teachers.

Need help with the Common Core Standards?  Not to worry.  With the emphasis of these standards in education today, you will find many resources on this site to help you.

Why not give ShareMyLesson a try?  It already has over 180,000 resources available for you to use. 

Good or bad, let me know what you think.  Happy exploring 🙂



Filed under Common Core, lesson planning

2 responses to “A place to share teaching resources and ideas.

  1. Luke

    I’m on the website right now. Looks like some of the materials are great, some are average. They should institute a voting policy for educators to peer-review the resources, so that by the time you look it up, it’s already been vetted by other teachers.

    • I think they plan to do this in the future. I’ll keep an eye on it though. If it turns out to be a waste of your time, I’ll put in a follow up posting stating so. Let’s hope it evolves into something really great since the teachers themselves will be vested in it 🙂

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