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Teachers Help Teachers

Postby TeachersHelpTeachers » November 26th, 2012, 1:02 pm

Hi teachers,
I'm a public school teacher in Prince George's County, MD and a teacher-author on TeachersPayTeachers. After Hurricane Sandy, I worked with over 200 teacher-authors from around the country and around the world to do a digital product drive. We collected over 330 digital lessons and materials for grades PreK-12. We have set up a free digital "store" with a code where you can go and download bundles of items for the grade levels and subject areas you teach, as well as classroom decor items. We also have many teachers who would like to "adopt" a classroom and send hard supplies, books, or gift certificates.

If you are interested in receiving any these donations, please fill in the requested information on the form at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dGZlS29aMkp0Vm1yUVROVU0wMEd6SXc6MQ#gid=0. Once I've received your information, I will forward you the link and code!


Laurah Jurca
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Re: Teachers Help Teachers

Postby pamelafrank » February 5th, 2013, 1:19 pm

That seems to be a good initiative coming from the public school teacher based in Prince George's County, MD. I really applaud the efforts of the teacher cum author of TeachersPayTeachers to bring out some a good resource for the teachers looking out for the support in running the school. I think it’s a wonderful opportunity for the novices and people who lag behind in terms of experience and resources. Thanks once again for putting these details, I am sure deserving people would turn up for your support.
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Re: Teachers Help Teachers

Postby collingwood » March 18th, 2013, 1:55 am

******* I think it’s a wonderful opportunity for the novices ********** :twisted:

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