EBOOKS: TEACHER AND STUDENT EBOOK VERSIONS
“Need it Now” eBook version may be displayed on MAC, PC or any mobile device Check the catalog page and click on course name for details and prices of each option.The company reserves the right to change pricing as necessary due to market demands.
eBook Version Delivery Schedule
Every effort will be made to deliver witihn 24 hours of verification of school employment as an educator. Due to time differences between the customer’s location and Teaching Point in the U.S., or orders paid for near the end of or after regular business hours in the Eastern Time Zone, it may until the next business day to deliver download license and file links after a customer agreement is received. If you have ordered late on a Friday (our time), then the next delivery of download orders will most likely be on the following Monday with exception of holidays(which can occur approximately annually 4 times in the U.S.).
eBook Teacher Edition contains the following bookmarked screen view sections:
- Bookmark 1: Introduction
- Bookmark 2: Syllabus, Daily Pacing Guide and Detailed Daily Lesson Plans
- Bookmark 3: Daily Class Notes (display for your class – preparation for activities and labs)
- Bookmark 4: Teacher Version of Student Activity Book with Answers
- Bookmark 5: Assessments – Teacher version with Answers
eBook Printable Files:
- File ending in 2: Editable PowerPoint Class Notes or PDF version
- File ending in 4: Assessments – Editable Teacher Version with Answers
- File ending in 5: Editable Assessments – Student Version without Answers
- File ending in 6: Student Book or Lab Manual without answers
Note: Student eBooks are also sold in printed versions.
Student eBooks contain the materials each student will need and, depending upon the course, includes:
- Lab and activity sheets
- Student assignments
- Journaling space
- Selected readings and images
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: ESSA 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 or Title 5 Innovative Programs (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.