New website launched for teachers
February 16 2011
A new website has been launched for teachers, giving education professionals free access to one of the largest collections of curriculum resources in the world.
The Guardian Teachers Network has been designed to help teachers plan lessons, share advice with others and assess their students' progress.
Highlights include a test centre with 20,000 questions and science whiteboard activities for secondary school pupils.
"This new website gives teachers access to one of the largest collections of curriculum resources in the world, and all for free. We've built the website based on what teachers have told us they need and have taken a very open and flexible approach in the way we have made the resources available," said Colin Hughes, associate editor of the Guardian.
"Teachers can tailor the online resources to produce their own material and share this with other colleagues on the website community."
The website features more than 70,000 pages of interactive content for pupils aged between four and 18.
A digitised archive of resources taken from back copies of Education Guardian will also be put online.
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