Teachers have always been close to our hearts here at Shmoop. Many of us have taught at the high school and college levels. A number of us grew up in teaching families (Shmoop parents taught everything from Preschool to AP English). Shmoop just opened to the public three months ago, but the response from educators of all stripes – teachers, professors, librarians, homeschool parents – has been wonderful. We get fired up when we hear from educators who want to make learning more fun and relevant for today’s students.
So, we thought it was high time to build a section of Shmoop dedicated to educators. It’s a humble beginning, but we have big plans for the future. And, as always, we want to hear your two cents, pesos, shekels, whatever you’ve got.
Introducing Shmoop Teachers: www.shmoop.com/teachers
- Learn about Shmoop’s academic credentials and teaching philosophy
- Take the Educators’ Tour de Shmoop to find our most popular teaching resources
- See how we teach students to cite Shmoop in their work and avoid plagiarism
- Hear about the great teachers who inspired us