Get personalized help from our Content team to share and sell your classroom resources online

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Whether you’re new to selling teaching materials online or a seasoned pro, our Content team will help you be as successful as possible in our new marketplace. They’ll provide individualized feedback, so you’ll reach more educators with your resources. You’ll get a full return on all your efforts because you’ll earn 100% royalty on every U.S. purchase.

When you create a TES account, our Content team will help you:
– identify teaching materials to sell and your target audience
– optimize your resources, including content, pricing and descriptions
– create your own personal brand

Join the TES marketplace now and connect with our Content team members: Erica, Gabe, and Ritu. They look forward to meeting you!

Learn more about Erica, Gabe, and Ritu below. We’ll introduce more members of the TES family from the San Francisco office in future posts!

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Erica Magnusson
Team: Content
Bio: Erica started teaching biology and literacy in a rural village in Malawi, Africa and marine conservancy on whale watching expeditions in MA during college. She then became a Teach For America corps member and was a teacher for four years at an inner-city school in San Francisco. She taught ninth grade Biology and Leadership to a diverse, enthusiastic, and inspiring group of students.
High School: Sanborn Regional High School, Fremont, NH
College: Eckerd College, B.S. in Biology and Environmental Studies, Minor in Human Development
Grad School: Loyola Marymount University, M.Ed in Urban Administration and Policy
Favorite Teacher: Professor Nancy Janus of Eckerd College, for teaching me that the best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.

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Gabe Baker
Team: Content
Bio: Gabe started teaching Latin, English, and History to middle and high schoolers in Los Angeles after college. Two years later, he taught middle school on a boat that traveled the world (no lie). Having had his fill of boat life, he attended grad school to study online learning environments. He has also designed web-based curriculum for Curriculet and taught at the Great Books Summer Program at Stanford University and Oxford University for the past nine summers.
High School: Boiling Springs High School, Carlisle, PA
College: Oberlin College, B.A. in Classical Studies & B.A. in Comparative Literature
Grad School: University of California, Santa Barbara, M.A. in Education
Favorite Teacher: Professor Jason Raley of UCSB, for truly believing that the unexamined life is not worth living, and for living the life of the mind inside and outside of the classroom.

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Ritu Virmani
Team: Content
Bio: Ritu has taught for 9 years, beginning her teaching career as a sixth grade Math teacher at an inner-city charter school in Washington DC. The following two years took her to Dubai, where she taught middle school Math and Science at an all-girls school (many of her students were real-life princesses!). Ritu also taught at the Siena School for students with language-based learning differences in the DC area and worked with dyslexic students at the Charles Armstrong School in San Francisco.
High School: John F. Kennedy High School, Silver Spring, MD
College: University of Maryland, B.A. in Communication
Grad School: The Johns Hopkins University, M.A. Teaching
Favorite Teacher: Mr. Bowman is an extraordinary teacher who showed me the importance of small successes, laughing at oneself, and that failure is a stepping stone to great things!

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