When should educators pay for Web-based resources?

11/12/2013 | eSchool News (free registration)

Mark Barnes, a 20-year classroom teacher and international education consultant, writes in this commentary that it sometimes makes sense for educators to pay for Web-based classroom tools. He suggests paying for the sites that teachers and their students use most often, avoiding wasted time and resources. This approach, he writes, can help teachers avoid problems later when a once-free site changes to an expensive, fee-based model beyond their price range.

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