Links for Teachers
Install Konica Minolta Printers Again Here
If the misserver\p username isn't working for you, try putting in monroeco\p and still use p as the password
& Install MS Office 2013
Edit your web page here
Edit your planbook here
AR Color Chart
MONROE COUNTY 3-5 TOOLBOX
BrainPOP School Access + Home Subscription is active and ready to go! You’ll now be able to access BrainPOP at school and at home, 24-hours a day. Students will be given their username and password to access this program at school. If needed, contact your child's teacher for lost password or usernames.
Should Be Free
Free Public Domain Audiobooks & eBooks
Download books for iPhone, Android, Kindle & mp3 players
Virtual Field Trips and Museums
Waltke's Literacy Page
Jefferson County Benchmark Materials for K-5
J.C. Schools Sight Word Resources
The Academic Vocabulary site has been updated to align with the 2009 Tennessee Curriculum Standards. This site also provides games and game cards for developing student success.
Essential applications downloads: Adobe Acrobat Reader
Windows Media Player
RealPlayer from real.com
Microsoft Anti Spyware
Spybot Search & Destroy
These websites include links and information for multiple subject areas.
Busy Teacher's Cafe - Provides teachers with links to direct sources, lesson plans, and classroom activities.
Education World K-12
How Stuff Works Express is a monthly magazine published throughout the school year that integrates science, math, reading, and technology. For a limited time teachers can register free for additional curriculum materials which go with the magazine. K-8
Internet4Classrooms, a collaborative effort of Susan Brooks (Memphis City Schools) and Bill Byles (retired, Memphis City Schools), provides teachers with such features as K-12 Links, A Daily Dose of the Web, On-Line Practice Modules and more. If you are searching for grants check their links. Be sure and see the newest feature, the Grade Level Index Page which provides skills practice for K-8 grade skills in math, language arts, science and social studies.
MarcoPolo Standards-based internet content for K-12 teachers including arts, math, science, geography, economics, and the humanities. The site includes a search engine which allows a search for specific content or lessons. See the MarcoGram for fun ideas and lessons that are highlighted each month.
Teachers Hub - Site provides links to lesson plans, teacher resources and other sites. Although some of the "hub" sites now require a subscription, this one does not.
This section is designed to provide support for the teacher who is new to the classroom, who has been away and returned or who just needs some extra support. Often teachers are hesitant to ask questions for fear of people thinking they don't know! Use these resources to assist in solving problems as well as to remember you are not the only one with questions or problems!
Parent Teacher Conferences
Parent Teacher Conferences This Education Week site provides a list of articles which address Parent Teacher Conferences.
Learn NC: New Teacher
LEARN NC is a program of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Education which seeks the most innovative and successful practices in K–12 education. The New Teacher Support page includes links to such topics as teacher isolation in the classroom, classroom design, curriculum, classroom management and communication.
Seven Time-Management Sanity Savers From Scholastic, this page offers seven tips for time-management.
LD Online: Teaching Strategies & Techniques for Students with Learning
This site includes a list of links to articles on the latest research in teaching students with learning disabilities. These articles provide insight in how we can help these students become effective and efficient in the classroom by teaching them how to learn.
Students with Homework: A Guide for Teachers
This is an archived publication on issues which center around homework. Although it was published originally in 1998 it still provides good questions for consideration and solid advice when the issues of homework arise.
I Love Teaching: New
This site is dedicated to new and veteran teachers. It provides serious advice to teachers as well as humor for those days when you really need it.
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