Now, THIS is what I call sharing.

While there are lots of fee-based services and software out there on the web, any of you who have met me probably already see that I love searching for FREE stuff for teachers and students!

Today, while catching up on my feeds in Google Reader, I read a post from a blogger/teacher who is sharing, FOR FREE (under a Creative Commons license) his entire Geometry curriculum.

All of his powerpoint presentations, pdf files, handouts, homework.  Everything.  Posted online to share with any educator who can use it.

That’s an example of sharing.  That’s an example of the power of the internet- connecting educators and their knowledge to help all of our students.

Now, go share this with your geometry teacher friends!

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