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January 2001
Updated JUNE, 2007

Creative Teaching Web Site
GRADE LEVEL: Professional

Veteran teacher Robert Morgan has put together this Web site to "help teachers develop more creative teaching ideas and to help teachers more thoroughly enjoy their profession."

The layout of the site is simple, colorful, and interesting.

Navigation is easy, with all articles linked from the main page. The internal pages have a return link to the home page.

Have your lessons become boring and mundane? Are you looking for something that will add a little spark of interest? The Creative Teaching Web Site is a collection of ideas, articles, essays, and tips for making your teaching more creative. The author explores such topics as Teaching during the information tsunami; Considerations on developing teacher style; The "ready, fire, aim" method of teaching; and Creative ways to encourage reluctant readers. Attesting to his own creativity and humor, Morgan offers Humorous grammar rules, Teacher "show and tell" items, and the Creative use of video games. Users can also subscribe to the free newsletter on the site.