Is NYT learning Network free?
It’s all free. Welcome to The Learning Network. Here are four quick facts about our site: The Learning Network publishes about 1,000 teaching resources each school year, all using Times content — articles, essays, images, videos, graphics and podcasts — as teaching tools across subject areas.
Is the NYT free for teachers?
TEACH! High school students, teachers, and administrators in the U.S. are eligible for a free New York Times subscription.
Is NYTimes free for students?
Students, faculty and staff now have free access to The New York Times, compliments of the Undergrad Student Center/SLICE and the University Libraries. NYTimes.com Passes provide access to NYTimes.com and NYTimes apps to individuals, granting digital access to the NYT from any network or location.
What is the learning Network in New York Times?
The Learning Network site is dedicated to helping people teach and learn with Times content. Every school day since 1998, it has offered fresh classroom resources — from lesson plans and writing prompts to news quizzes, student contests and more — all based on articles and images published on NYTimes.com.
What is the most significant lesson learned?
10 important life lessons we are often taught too late
- Walk your own path. People like to judge other people.
- Don’t hesitate when you should act.
- Experience what you have learned.
- Good things don’t come easy.
- Never fail to try more.
- Take care of your health early.
- Make every moment count.
- Live and let live.
What is the educator rate for NYT?
The New York Times Teacher Discount Education Discount. College educators, administrators, staff and students are eligible to receive 50% off their digital subscription to The New York Times. Click here to take advantage of these special savings. Please note that a valid college or university email address is required.
Why is Nytimes not free?
It has a cost to produce, as a whole, but the cost of extending it to one more person is insignificant. There is no natural scarcity, so we don’t have to impose an upfront price. This is the beauty of the leaky paywall for online news. The New York Times hopes that you, dear reader, will subscribe today.
How does NYT confirm student status?
You can activate an Academic Pass from the NYTimes.com Academic Pass page. To activate an Academic Pass: You need to have a valid email address provided by the school supplying the passes. You must log in to or create an NYTimes.com account with that email address.
Is the Learning Network credible?
The Learning Network provides a reliable place to connect current events to reading and writing skills-building. The topics are so wide-ranging that classrooms from social studies to science might find something relevant to provide real-world context to curricular content.
How can we make education resources?
Here are my tips for creating and selling resources that have a positive impact on the teachers who buy them and the students who are using them.
- Find out what students and teachers really need and provide it for them.
- Give stuff away for free.
- Sell your work for a reasonable price.
- Provide answers.
- Give clear explanations.
What is the New York Times classroom?
A weekly collection of lesson plans, writing prompts and activities from The Learning Network, a site that helps educators and students teach and learn with The New York Times. Bring the high-quality news and multimedia features of The New York Times into the classroom to encourage critical thinking, inspire discussion and widen perspective.
Are there any free resources for teaching and learning?
Join us on Aug. 26 as we introduce the array of free resources for teaching and learning with The Times that The Learning Network publishes every school year. In this webinar, we introduce educators to the nine contests The Learning Network will be running during the 2021-22 school year.
When will the winners of the times digital classroom contest be announced?
To participate, submit your response here by Aug. 13 at 9 a.m. Eastern. This week’s winners will be announced on Aug. 24. Join us on Aug. 12 as we discuss how to use images, graphics, videos and virtual reality films from The Times in the classroom.