Teaching Resources website. I've organized my website into four main categories: File Cabinet, Strategies, Laura's Books, and Workshops. You can access those categories from the white torn paper navigation bar at the top of my website. But there are actually a number of easier ways to find exactly what you are looking for on Laura Candler.com, and I'd like to share them with you now.
Pinterest - LauraCandler.com Shortcuts - I just love Pinterest! So for you other Pinterest junkies out there, I have a special new visual way, just for you, to navigate my site. I've recently been busy creating pins for every major part of my website, and I've gathered them all up on all my newest Pinterest board, “LauraCandler.com Shortcuts.” It's a simple visual map, or “bulletin board” of Teaching Resources that makes it a snap to find just what you want. Just click the image on the right, find the yellow LauraCandler.com shortcuts pin on this board and repin it to one of your own boards. When you are looking for a specific page on my site, just click on my Shortcuts board and quickly scan it to find what you want.
Pinterest – Just Pin it! As an alternative to using my new shortcuts or other Pinterest boards, you can create your own LauraCandler.com Pinterest board and either directly pin pages you like from my site or just go to my shortcuts board and simply repin the pages you want to your new board.
LauraCandler.com Search Feature – Just a reminder about another basic tool, site search. Type your topic into the green search box on the top of every page. Then click “Search” to see what's available on LauraCandler.com on that topic.
It brings me a lot of pleasure to know that I am helping to make your work easier and your students to be more successful. I hope that you will find that one of the methods above strikes your fancy and make it super easy for you find just what you need on Teaching Resources, right when you need it. Enjoy!