"Teachers Pay Teachers" website promotes creative, afforable learning

Posted at 7:38 AM, May 18, 2017

Learning inside of the classroom is becoming more engaging for students thanks to new, easily accessible resources like TeachersPayTeachers.com.

This decade-old digital marketplace gives teachers a place to buy and sell their own learning materials to teachers around the country for as little as a few dollars. 

The site not only diversifies the way students learn, but it makes preparing for class more time-efficient and affordable for teachers who don't have time to shell out for creative resources. 

Dan Mault, a third grade teacher in the Roy-Hart district, says this website has simply put, "made his life much easier."

Mault says, since joining "Teachers Pay Teachers" he has grown as a teacher and has broadened his horizons by helping connect with his students in different ways. 

Once registered, teachers can find resources for their lesson plans for different subjects ranging in grade level and price. 

Individual resources can cost as little as $3.00, where as some bundles can cost $35.00, based on how long they take to prepare. 

To learn more, visit the "Teachers Pay Teachers" website