Hi everyone! It’s been a while since I updated this site, but I want you to know that I’m still alive and working on it. As promised, I added a bunch of free stuff last summer, and just posted some suggestions about how we can use ChatGPT.
I just want to give a shout-out to the school I work at, St. John’s College High School. I recently had to take a 6-week medical leave, and they not only gave me the time off but also encouraged me to take whatever time I needed to recover. Additionally, five of the teachers from my department each took on one of my classes to make sure my kids kept learning. All in all, thanks to Chris, Tom, Seth, Evan, Brian, Connor, and Dave for making sure everything went well. I can’t believe how lucky I am to work here!
Now, kick up your feet and look at the free stuff here. And know that it will always be free and that I’ll never ask for you to register for anything. Not like that other website, where you, a teacher, can give money to other teachers for overpriced and badly-edited resources. What a scam.
A quick bonus note: If you’re having problems opening various file formats, it’s because I frequently use free and open source software such as LibreOffice, which uses the .odt file system. Your office programs should be able to open everything without too much trouble, but if you want to use quality software without paying through the nose (or paying at all), consider having a look at LibreOffice.
IAN- Oh my gosh… Thank you New Chemistry Teacher…next year will be 1st year.
I paid for lesson plans as well