TeachAde Offers Free Access to More than 60,000 Free Classroom Resources for Educators

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Digital newsletter offers easy access to updates in education, current events and valued resources directly to busy educators

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The eBulletins are easy to read, current, and grant access to such a wealth of information. The topics are always right on target on what's happening that month.

TeachAde, recently awarded a place in the prestigious listing of Top 100 education websites, according to Technology & Learning, is proud to be offering more than 60,000 free resources created, tested and approved by educators that support quality classroom experiences nationwide. TeachAde also now offers easy access to updates in education, current events and highlights of valued resources directly to members through its eBulletin service. TeachAde created this free service for members who sign up for a free account at http://www.teachade.com. Busy educators can also enjoy the convenience of having eBulletins delivered to their smartphones by texting “TEACHADE” directly to 22828.

In a fast-paced world where educators often find their hands full with lesson plans, fundraising and classroom planning, many educators have found that receiving an eBulletin directly in their Inbox is a welcome relief. These bulletins are filled with content compiled by educators for educators that focus on specific needs in the classroom.

What exactly are these resources? The resources TeachAde offers are curriculum or development material in categories that include language arts, English, math, science and social studies. Additional categories include music, foreign language, technology, student wellness, physical education and professional development. Resources are easily searched by subject, key words and by grade levels. New resources are constantly being added by educators daily to the site.

“I’ve found TeachAde unbelievably easy to use,” said Donna Meyerhoeffer, a high school teacher near Roanoke, Virginia. “The eBulletin is very useful with short, valuable snippets about what's going on in the world of education. The last thing I need is email messages in my Inbox EVERY day; however, these eBulletins are delivered on an average of about twice a month. They are easy to read, current, and grant access to such a wealth of information. The topics are always right on target on what's happening that month.”

TeachAde membership is available free of charge to educators, parents and members of the community who work with or support education. For more information and to sign up for a free account, please visit http://www.teachade.com or text TEACHADE to 22828. (When texting TeachAde for the eBulletin, data and message rates may apply.)

About TeachAde.com

Teachade.com began as a solution for sharing teaching resources in a protected online environment. With an eye to both current and future generations, TeachAde hopes to help solve the global education problem by proactively collaborating with foundations, companies, educators, parents and communities, and thereby level the playing field for success in life and in school.

Members of the TeachAde.com website community are able to interact and contribute by uploading and sharing files, including multimedia files and complete lesson plans, for others to download and enjoy. These files can be used and shared via an intuitive interest-matching tool that makes sure educators get the resources they greatly need – delivered directly to them. Team-building tools such as public and private groups within TeachAde.com are yet another means that educators can use to collaborate proactively.

The heart of TeachAde’s success is its community. TeachAde has partnered with organizations such as NEA Member Benefits, Adopt-A-Classroom, Goldie Hawn’s MindUp Foundation, Agile-Ed and Disney. Investor funding for TeachAde.com is provided by Robert Potamkin, Chairman of Potamkin Companies. For more information please visit http://www.teachade.com, http://www.facebook.com/TeachAde or contact dmena(at)teachade(dot)com.

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