Order Options, Shipping, Returns,
Purchasing Requirements and Funding (Grants)
Feature Comparison of Various Purchasing Options
eBook Subscription Option ("Need it Now" option: screen view only, teacher and student versions sold separately, no shipping time delay or shipping charges)
DVD Only Subscription Option (minimize shipping charge and purchasing price)
Teacher Edition Subscription (printed Teacher Manual - you print the student books)
Teacher's Edition with Classroom Set (we print everything for you)
Student Activity Book (printed version)
Mentoring Teacher Program Subscription
Shipping & Handling & Return Policy
Purchasing Requirements (educators only may purchase and proof necessary)
eBooks work on both PC and MAC
CD Files that accompany printed teacher manuals open on PC and MAC
Note: Although these instructional materials work with well any textbook (lesson plans call for reading topics as opposed to page numbers) you choose, the student activity books or lab manuals included are not to be considered complete textbooks.
Licenses, Updates and Corrections
Term licenses: Subscription versions are not to be used in print or electronic form beyond their end date until renewed.
Perpetual licenses: Class Sets come with a perpetual license, no renewal necessary.
Updates: Updates within the period of the first year after purchase will be delivered at no charge. However, beyond the end of the first year, new purchase must be made to acquire updated versions.
Corrections: As all publications will ultimately be updated, corrected and improved, and no publication is without error, readers are encouraged to submit corrections or updates and recognition for such will be made and greatly appreciated.
Funding for Purchase
(Grants to pay for Teaching Point Professional Development Instructional Materials)
TEACHINGpoint instructional support course material and Mentoring Teacher Program qualify for funding, beyond departmental budgets in most countries as professional development or instructional support materials. In the U.S., for instance,there are many sources for funding Teaching Point Instructional Support Materials and Mentoring Teacher Program in schools including but not limited to : No Child Left Behind: Title I, 10% of which can be used for professional development, for which Teaching Point materials qualify; and Title IIa, Improving Teacher Quality State Grants, which is 100% for professional development of teachers, Title 5, Innovative Programs (speak to your School District Federal Funds Director); School Improvement Grant funds; Carl Perkins Foundation, Tech Prep Consortia, Comprehensive School Reform Grants, Achievement Zone, Gates Foundation, RTI Funds, Workforce Development Grants, State and Federal Grant Funds, Milton Foundation, and Race to the Top, Professional Development funds; New Teacher funds; Comprehensive School Reform funding; local, state, regional or national educational foundations.
Sites for grant money
to reimburse you for Teaching Point Instructional and Mentoring Support:
(Source for general education grants)
(Lists of grant funding, contests, and professional development opportunities)
(Grants for STEM projects)
(Federal grants for major STEM initiatives; best for a district-wide initiative)
Tips for Writing a Mini Grant for Teaching Point Materials (if you need a grant)