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  • Introducing Teachers Media Lite

    A short video explaining how the Teachers Media Lite service can help your personal professional development

  • A Storytelling School

    Imaginative ways to improve elementary writing skills

  • Fibonacci Numbers

    A fun and engaging grade 7 math lesson using Fibonacci numbers

  • Demonstrating Biology

    8 great examples of how to demonstrate biology in high school

  • What's In It For You?

    Watch pracitioners integrate the teaching of core subjects with skills based learning

  • Reading 'Roll of Thunder'

    A great example of a combined English and history lesson for high school students