Archived Files of Teacher Resources
Here are some brief notes regarding this archive.
As you may know by now, TIME for Teachers has replaced The
Teacher Beacon, a blog that focused on teachers’ issues, news from the
world of education, and technology in the classroom.
All 56 posts written for The Teacher Beacon from September, 2011,
through February, 2014, are included in this archive.
The most current three issues of TIME for Teachers will always be
displayed on the navigation bar at the left.
Older issues will eventually be housed on this page as well. As a result, you will always be able to
access any of the material that has been published.
All archived posts and issues from both publications are listed in
descending chronological order.
Thanks so much for your interest in these publications and thousands of
thanks for your commitment to the noble challenge of educating our young
This section is NOT a content section.teacher resources
It’s included for the entire purpose of giving credit where credit is due. If that sort of thing is something you’re interested in, please continue reading. If not, thanks for stopping by today, and I hope you’ll check back in again soon.
For Content Providers
Teacher Resources: TIME for Teachers
, the replacement for The Teacher Beacon
, is a monthly publication from Daily Teaching Tools. The content displayed here comes from a variety of online sources, and I have made every effort to make sure that all such content is properly cited and/or linked to the original sources.
From issue to issue, there WILL be items that I have contributed myself. You’ll be able to spot those immediately because I have signed them.
Occasionally, you will find items labeled “Unknown Teacher” or “Anonymous Contributor” simply because the original author’s name did NOT appear in the source material. However, in each such case, the source material is properly linked to the source itself.
Comics and humorous graphics originally appeared on Pinterest. Many of those have come from my own boards—the ones that have not are marked with the creators’ names whenever possible.
If you, as a content provider, have concerns of any type regarding issues of fair use or copyright, please do not hesitate to contact me
so that I may address those concerns immediately. It is not my intention to include anything in this publication that in any way infringes on the rights of others.
If any content is deemed a violation of ANY type, I will immediately remove said material upon request
The entire purpose of TIME for Teachers
is to provide free downloadable resources, classroom ideas and tips, suggestions for boosting morale, school humor, and more.
This content is provided based solely on the following premise:
Teachers take time for administrators, time for parents, and loads and LOADS of time for their kids. Isn’t it about time for teachers?
I'm guessing that if you're anything like me at all, you are always on the lookout for ideas for teachers.
My primary purpose for Daily Teaching Tools and TIME for Teachers
is to make it useful to you and supportive of your efforts. One of the most important things that I can do to realize that purpose is to gather ideas from you, the teacher.
What idea(s) about teaching could you share with us? A strategy or procedure, perhaps? Something that you have found to be effective with kids? Please participate by following the simple procedures outlined in the Please Take Time to Share
We are looking forward to this opportunity to learn from your experiences and expertise!
And, as I often say, we teachers didn’t choose the wrong profession; everybody else just picked the wrong heroes.
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