Teaching Times News Feeds
What is RSS?
Websites and blogs use Really Simple Syndication to send you updated headlines with article summaries and links to the full text. It's a fast and easy way to keep track of your favorite web content without wasting time surfing, refreshing, bookmarking, etc. Essentially, RSS does that work for you, saving you valuable time.
How do I use RSS?
First, you'll need an RSS reader. Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox have RSS readers built-in. Or, you can download a free program like FeedReader, and install it to your computer. Others, like Google Reader, My Yahoo, and Bloglines are web-based so you don't need to download anything. The readers manage your RSS feeds, keeping all the web content that interests you in one place.
Does this cost anything?
We provide the content free of charge. Most readers are free as well.
How do I get RSS feeds from Teaching Times?
Refer to your specific reader's instructions on how to do this, but essentially you will copy and paste the RSS link into your reader's address bar.
How often are Teaching Times' RSS feeds updated?
The feed is updated as soon as new content is available, insuring you stay current with our content.
Where can I get an RSS reader?
Most RSS readers are free of charge, some require you to create an account, which is sensible if you wish to load multiple news reeds to it.
Below is a small selection of online readers we recommend*:*The Imaginative Minds Group is not responsible for the content of external internet sites
- wigl – what is good leadership?
- wigt – what is good teaching?
- sandwell early numeracy test
- project-based learning resources
- creative teaching and learning
- school leadership and management
- every child
- professional development today
- learning spaces
- vulnerable children
- e-learning update
- leadership briefing
- manager's briefcase
- school business