Monterey, Calif. (August 26, 2009) – Imagine you’re a kindergarten teacher in Florida whose students needs phonics practice that addresses Sunshine State Standard LA.K.1.4.2—decoding simple words in isolation and in context. Where do you go to find the materials you need to support your lesson? If you have a TeacherFileBox.com subscription, the answer is online.
Thanks to TeacherFileBox.com’s new state-customized subscriptions and advanced search by correlations feature, teachers can now find the standard-correlated activities that support their classroom instruction quickly and easily.
“We’re so pleased to introduce this new feature that makes it easier for teachers to meet state standards,” said Joy Evans, Publisher and co-founder of Evan-Moor Educational Publishers. “A teacher can pull up her state’s standards, enter a subject such as math or language arts, narrow the results by skill or performance objective, then find the lessons and activities she needs in mere seconds. It’s really that easy.”
TeacherFileBox.com subscribers will also enjoy a site completely personalized to their state’s requirements. As they browse the diverse collection of over 50,000 teaching resources, they’ll be able to see instantly how each activity is correlated to their state’s standards, and will even have to ability to print out a lesson’s correlations.
“We know that these new additions to TeacherFileBox.com will make it easier for teachers to find materials that meet their state’s requirements,” said Evans. “Our subscribers have asked us to integrate correlations into the site. And we’ve listened.”
The new changes are live now. To subscribe to TeacherFileBox.com, inquire about school or district site licenses, or preview the site and new correlations, visit www.teacherfilebox.com or call 1-800-714-0971 (available M–F 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. PST).
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