How to Support This Site

If you are enjoying the site and would like to see it continue to grow and flourish, here are a few ways you can help me make that happen:

Shop at Amazon from Here

Occasionally, I will mention or review a book or product that is sold on Amazon. If you want to buy it, click on one of the many links to Amazon that are embedded in that particular post. Once you’re there, our site will receive a small commission on any purchase you make on that visit to Amazon. Get that? You don’t even have to buy the item you clicked through on. A link to Amazon is also placed in the sidebar of the site. Same deal with that — simply entering Amazon through Cult of Pedagogy means we get a tiny cut of anything you purchase that day: socks, electronics, kitchen tools, anything. If you’d rather not look around for any of those links and just want to start shopping, click the icon below to go straight to Amazon. And thanks.

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I treat my subscribers very well. About once a week, you’ll get a quick email with fantastic tips, tools, and inspiration to make your teaching more effective and joyful. (I also send you exclusive freebies and discounts!)

Browse My Classroom Products

Since September 2014, I have been building a collection of resources — both free and paid — that you can use in your classroom. New items are being added at a slow and steady pace. Check them out here.

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My posts grow infinitely better over time as readers add their own insights in the comments. Probably the best examples are this post on skipping Kindergarten and this post on the Leader in Me program. Your contributions mean a lot to me, so share them!