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Veronica Marquez, United Teachers Los Angeles
This is a social network to find, organize, save and share interesting images and visual ideas.
I’Asha Warfield, Oakland Education Association
I tend to search and find resources all over the Internet from the numerous teachers who share their practice online.
Gayle Larson, Chico Unified Teachers Association
I like the already created items from teachers in the classroom, and there are great resources, many of them free.
Sebastien Paul De Clerck, Ventura Unified Education Association
I prefer sites that are geared to noneducational purposes over those created with classrooms and teachers in mind.
Robert Penrose, Vacaville Teachers Association
If one is going to teach rhetoric, this site is invaluable — streaming vids, recordings, biographical information, it's all here in one stop.
Julie Litoff, Cajon Valley Education Association
This site has free math worksheets for all levels. They are great for drills, warm ups, review, or homework.
You can learn more about the history of your union here than you can on any other site.
Discover Common Core and Smarter Balanced basics, “getting organized” resources and specifics on Language Arts and math standards.
This site highlights the member benefits and services that can save you money throughout the year.
Last but not least: your one-stop CTA shop! CTA’s Member Engagement Center is where you can find the latest advice, tips, resources and benefits offered to you as a CTA member.
Creative Classrooms presents ideas and resources on encouraging creativity, classroom management and instructional issues.
Newer Teacher Tips meets the needs of newer educators, providing instructional resources and tips for professional development and growth.
Who Wants to Save Money? shares how to get some of your CTA dues money back. Find resources to meet your financial, personal and professional goals.
Educator Strategies gives cross-curricular and cross-discipline resources and strategies for all grade levels.
Teaching Techniques shares the nuts and bolts of specific teaching strategies — not just the data, but the how-to.
Family Fun From CTA is the place to get discounted tickets to Disneyland, Legoland, SeaWorld and other California entertainment venues.
Helpful Resources features topics ranging from member rights and discipline to legislative issues.
Bulletin Board Resources provides easy-to-print fliers for upcoming education and CTA events and Member Benefits updates.
Help from NEA is your national resource for all things education related, from lesson plans and classroom costs to what’s happening in schools across the USA!
CTA’s 2013 Membership Brochure can be found at this link.