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  • Posted by Rebecca Perry on January 26, 2022 at 09:28

    Hello, I am a retired American teacher. I brought a lot of resources that I am willing to give to a new teacher, but I am not looking to pay postage on the stuff. I love in Holland on Sea and most of the resources are for pirmary students or the classroom walls. The wall stuff is possible for Key stage 2. Please contact me to discuss getting rid of it. Have a good day.

    Marsha Yates replied 6 days, 14 hours ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Josh Clayman

    January 31, 2022 at 12:01

    Hey Rebecca, I will share this on the activity feed wall! Im assuming its all hard copy stuff? Do you have any digital?


  • Marsha Yates

    May 16, 2022 at 10:32

    The internet provides us with unrivaled chances to share content that we have generated and to have access to stuff that others have created and shared. The ability for students to share their course notes online and access the notes of other students has led to the creation of repositories, and there are a plethora of websites available on the internet to aid students with studying and exam preparation. However, before submitting any materials to these sites, students should read the terms of service, particularly the copyright section. Different websites reward students for uploading resources with credits that may be used to get free or discounted premium access to the site’s study materials. These sites are used in a more targeted manner, even though they may be an excellent source of broad information about the subject matter of courses. Materials uploaded by students are associated with certain courses at specific universities.

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