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Teacher Editions/Guides

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Have you looked at a Teacher Edition/Guide text recently? There is just so much information. I'm not even sure where to begin when I look at a math TE/TG. Personally, I go for the answers and not much else. So, I am currently on a task force looking at possible revisions in the content of TEs/TGs. The goal is to make these more user-friendly. My primary focus will be math books, but I'd love to get feedback from teachers in all disciplines. Which brings me to the following questions: * What features of Teacher Editions/Guides do you use the most? the least? * Is there something that you would like to see in a TE/TG that does not exist in your current TE/TG? * How would you feel about a digital-only TE? or a hybrid TE (part print/part digital? What part(s) should remain a print option? * Are there any support resources from your TE/TG publisher that you just can't live without? I'd love to hear your thoughts about any or all of the above questions. Thanks! Sybrina

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