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Hello and welcome to Teaching!

Teaching is a diverse community of aspiring and current educators that want to support each other and advance their careers. Think of it as social networking with great career resources. We have a very active group of members from the veteran teacher, career changer, and even the pre-college student. Mentoring and career building is a good part of what we do. Let me be the first to invite you to become an active part of Teaching

There are many valuable and fun ways to get involved on Teaching. I’ll take you on a quick tour!

Take time to Register. Have fun creating your profile page! It’s quick and easy to do. After you have registered, you can easily navigate, contribute and communicate with other teachers.

Finding great Lesson Plans can build on the skills that you already have as a teacher. Search our library of lessons to find information for all grades and subjects. If you’ve written a lesson you’d like to share, please do! Don’t forget to check out our free worksheets for teachers as well.

Working in a school is a tough job, and we want to support you with plenty of Resources. Find articles written by teachers on how to manage your class, engage students better, how to partner with parents and much, much more.

Need some advice? Take one of our original quizzes to learn more about your teaching style, perfect career fit, and how you compare with others in your field.

Join a group or create one yourself. We have hundreds of groups by interest, school, career, and location.

Teacher Trivia will test your knowledge of education and subject matter. Watch out! It is addictive. All questions have been submitted by Teaching members. Submit your best questions too!

Read the latest education News. If you have a new story that you’d like to share, contribute!

Check out our videos to see some clips of what’s happening in our field. If you’ve got a great video, share it to make others laugh or inspire. You can easily share videos from other popular video sites by embedding code in our easy video sharing process.

Visit our Shop and find products just for educators. You can even add a new product and submit the first review!

Whether you’re looking for your first career or switching Jobs, Teaching has great career advice and interview tips you won’t want to miss written specially for the field of education.

Getting a degree and keeping up with course work is a big part of a career in education. Check out Teaching’s Become a Teacher channel to find out more!

Ask a Teacher

DiscussionsLooking to enter the education? Are you a job-seeker? Then check out the Ask a Teacher Forum where you can learn from and connect with people just like you.

We have many discussions in our Forum that represent what’s happening in the teaching world today. Let your voice be heard and comment on hot topics.

Looking for a colleague? Network is what we’re all about. Look for friends and fellow educators that are already members of Teaching or invite your friends to come and check us out.

Free Stuff

Teaching has a tremendous list of contributors. During the 2009-2010 school year, members of Teaching have a chance to win free books monthly. Learn more about the monthly book contest or enter to win here.

Teaching has partnered with VistaPrint to provide free business cards to all of our members. You can pick from a library of templates or design your own card, choose the contact information you want to include and have your business cards in just a few days! Get yours now.

If you still have more questions, please visit our FAQs

If you’ve come to Teaching, you care about education. We do, too. Enjoy Teaching; it was created just for you!


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