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Share my Lesson

Discussion in 'TES Authors' Group' started by marlin, Aug 6, 2018.

  1. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    I was just browsing on the 'net ( as you do ) and discovered that all of my free resources that used to be on TES (I deleted them all a while back) are available on the Share my Lesson website. It is an American site and I can't see any relationship to TES mentioned. They are not charging for the resources and do have my TES name as the author. Quite a few even have very nice reviews that I was happy to read - more than I ever got on TES! I'm surprised though to find my resources there and shall investigate getting them taken off.

    I wondered if there is an association with TES or if any of you have found your resources on the site?
    mathsmutt likes this.
  2. marlin

    marlin Star commenter Forum guide

    Hmmm. Just checked out the Wiki entry for Share my Lesson and found this:

    The American Federation of Teachers partnered with Britain’s TES Connect with the aim of building the largest online community for US teachers to collaborate and share teaching resources and innovative ideas.

    Perhaps I should have known about it after all. :confused:
    mathsmutt likes this.
  3. shd132

    shd132 New commenter

    This is certainly very interesting. I've just searched for myself and found my 'Of Mice and Men' PowerPoints on there with several positive reviews. Who knew, eh? I'm not sure how I feel about this!
  4. EC_Resources

    EC_Resources Occasional commenter

    Yeah this is happening a lot. People are uploading free resources from Tes and putting them on 'blogs for free resources' which they then gain revenue from through advertising. I found some of mine being posted on a facebook group! Gotta be vigilant guys.
  5. shd132

    shd132 New commenter

    Crikey! Do you have any links to such sites?
  6. MissEHoney

    MissEHoney New commenter

    I've found one of mine on there too! Appears to have more positive reviews on there than it does on TES!

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