Our magazine for teachers includes articles, interviews, news, reviews, and classroom teaching material based on what's happening in the world today. There are two subscription options. The Institutional Subscription is for schools, libraries and other institutions. The Personal Subscription option is for an individual subscription sent to a teacher's home address.
The National Literacy Trust, founded in 1993, is an independent charity dedicated to building a literate nation. The importance of literacy has long been recognised: it underpins all educational achievement and is central to economic advance; it helps develop human potential and raises self-esteem. We are the only organisation concerned with raising literacy standards for all age groups throughout the UK.
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TeachHUB.com serves as an information portal and communication platform for all K-12 teachers. Here you can find free lesson plans, education articles, teaching tips, and professional development resources. We provide tools and applications that modern educators need to maintain a level of excellence in their classroom. We brings teachers together to share their recommendations, advice, thoughts, resources, photos, lessons and more.
The TEFL World Wiki is a collaborative project with the aim of providing useful information for TEFL professionals.
We aim to provide clear, jargon free information for TEFL teachers and English students about many diverse areas of teaching English.
TESL-L was founded in May, 1991, with the goal of providing educators with a fast, convenient, and topical electronic discussion forum that focuses on issues related to TESL/TEFL. TESL-L is an independent entity and not part of any professional group or organization.
The Alternative Education Resource Organization (AERO) is a non-profit organization founded in 1989 by education expert Jerry Mintz to advance learner-centered approaches to education. AERO is considered by many to be the primary hub of communications and support for educational alternatives around the world.
We are a non-commercial organization the purposes of which are to provide English learners in Japan with the opportunities to develop and practice their knowledge of English, and to provide teachers of English in Japan with opportunities to help English learners in that development and practice.
Education news, resources and university jobs at the THES. This weekly education magazine offers higher education jobs, news and educational resources for college professionals and teachers. Subscribe now to the Times Higher Education Supplement.
Recognized worldwide as the standard in online plagiarism prevention, Turnitin helps educators and students take full advantage of the Internet's educational potential. Used by thousands of institutions in over fifty countries, Turnitin's products promote originality in student work, improve student writing and research skills, encourage collaborative learning, and save valuable instructor time.