TEACHINGpoint course materials have been designed to be flexible and economical.
This is a site for teachers, administrators and schools. It is not intended for use by students.
The Feature Description Comparison page may be helpful in your purchasing decision
Also, check the purchase requirements for educators
Ordering Student Activity Books and Lab Manuals
Note: eBook review copies are available upon request to email@example.com.
Please check each course description for the length of each course and pricing . Prices subject to change and some may be different from last catalog.
There is no minimum order, however, student activity books may not be ordered without the accompanying teacher manual for initial course orders of the same subject. Specifically, the eBook, DVD only, Teacher's Edition Subscription or Teacher's Edition with Classroom Set must be ordered to purchase individual copies of the student book.
1) eBook student book versions must be accompanied by a concurrent or previous teacher manual purchase.
2) Printed student books may be ordered in the same way, accompanied by a concurrent or previous teacher manual purchase and may be ordered with the following preferences:
*Regarding the binding preference for the student books the school wishes to order:
We can deliver the printed student books in two ways, as either
a) consumables with three-hole punch perforated paper where pages can be easily removed by students to complete activity answers for grading, then returned to the students to be placed in their own 3-ring notebook in review for future assessments, or
b) as non-consumables with only 3-hole punch and non-perforated to the paper. These versions can be placed in a 1" three-ring notebook (that the school would purchase separately to preserve them in good condition longer), passed out to the students for each period where the students use their own paper to answer the activity questions and the books would be returned at the end of each period and saved in the classroom.
Please tell us your binding preference when placing your order.
Funding for Purchase
TEACHINGpoint instructional support course material and Mentoring Teacher Program qualify for funding, beyond departmental budgets in most countries as professional development or instructional support materials. In the U.S., for instance, there are many sources for funding Teaching Point Instructional Support Materials and Mentoring Teacher Program in schools including but not limited to : No Child Left Behind: Title I, 10% of which can be used for professional development, for which Teaching Point materials qualify; and Title IIa, Improving Teacher quality State Grants, which is 100% for professional development of teachers (speak to your School District Federal Funds Director); Carl Perkins Foundation, Tech Prep Consortia, Comprehensive School Reform Grants, Achievement Zone, Gates Foundation, RTI Funds, Workforce Development Grants, State and Federal Grant Funds, Milton Foundation, and Race to the Top, Professional Development funds; New Teacher funds; School Improvement funds; Comprehensive School Reform funding; local, state, regional or national educational foundations.