May I use your materials in my classroom?
- What is important is not my materials, but the ideas behind them. I'd much rather you read about principled practice and constructing scenarios, review my material, and create your own! These types of lessons work best if you create your own to match your students' needs, interests, and rhetorical situations; my first few years' teaching, I co-opted so many materials, and it never straight-jacketing my class into pre-fab lessons was always rough.
- My materials are protected by a share, no modify, no publish and no profit copyright on Creative Commons. This means you can use for educational purposes, but you may not use what I've developed for your own profit.