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Ooh, Makeover! TeacherPH.com Got a Major Revamp

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website. We have completely redesigned our website, and starting with our user needs in mind we’ve focused on making the site easier, more interactive and providing greater supporting resources.

Our new website includes features such as:

A clean, intuitive user interface
Our new, uncluttered look makes the most of each photo, illustration, video, and piece of text. Plus, that easy-to-understand navigation means you’ll never get lost again.

Powerful yet simple search feature, facilitating faster location of multiple sources and locations of information on our site about a specific subject or keyword (simple search box on most pages, plus advanced search options)

Turbo Charged
We don’t just look different. Our rock-star tech team put a whole new engine under the hood to make this thing go lightning-fast, and work better at every turn — because waiting around for a story to load is the worst, right? Put the pedal to the metal!

Share And Share Alike
We love the way you share our articles with your friends. So we’ve made it easier for you to pass the good stuff around. Just pick something you’d love to share, and you’ll see.

An easier, streamlined online membership join process.

Be Social
Social network features like user profiles, activity streams, user groups, mentions, and more.

Improved navigation with quick links to dive deep into the website directly from the home page.

Fully responsive design, suitable for the device and screen size of your choosing.

Of course, the launch of our new site is just the starting point. We will be continuing to improve the content, features and resources available in the near and distant future.

We hope you enjoy our new website, and please feel free to send us some feedback via Twitter, Facebook, or our website contact forms.


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Mark Anthony Llego

Mark Anthony Llego, from the Philippines, has significantly influenced the teaching profession by enabling thousands of teachers nationwide to access essential information and exchange ideas. His contributions have enhanced their instructional and supervisory abilities. Moreover, his articles on teaching have reached international audiences and have been featured on highly regarded educational websites in the United States.

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