Friday, May 1, 2009

Learning A-Z Open House

Learning A-Z is having an open house next week, in honor of teacher appreciation week. From their website:
Sample our online learning resources--for free!
Learning A-Z understands the complex challenges facing today's teachers. There's never enough time in the day, and shrinking budgets force many teachers to spend more money out of their own pockets to get the right resources for differentiated instruction.

See for Yourself!
Especially important during these difficult economic times, Learning A-Z provides unparalleled value. Nowhere can you get so many high-quality resources to meet the varying needs of your students at such a low per-student cost. During the week of May 4, we invite you to see the value we offer by exploring our resources and then downloading and using some of them with your students.


One of their websites, Reading A-Z, is having its open house Monday, May 5th. This website was recently recommended in Secular Homeschooling Magazine as a good site to find readers for children learning Spanish or French. They also have readers in English.

If you are teaching your children a foreign language, I recommend checking them out next week. You could save a lot of money.

1 comment:

  1. The key to effective differentiated instruction, I believe, is to INVOLVE the students, and not just mentally. Involve them physically, emotionally and sensorily as well, whenever you can. I use the ARTS as my instructional vehicle—so much more powerful than simply reading a textbook! I have tried to promote differentiated instruction during more than 35 years of working with students of every age, and tried to demonstrate how that can be done in the new book I just co-authored entitled "Teaching Curriculum Through the Arts." Students love to be involved and the arts involve them… they motivate them. That’s how we can reach them on so many different levels (read “multiple intelligences”). I can only hope that more people will aspire to teaching in this powerful way.

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