Hello! I'm new here. I didn't see a thread for this question already, so please forgive me if this question is redundant! I just accepted a position teaching elementary level (either 3rd, 4th, or 5th - we don't know quite yet) and this will be my first year with my own classroom. I've held a position as a Teacher of the Deaf/HH for the last three years. So I feel like a bit of a newb! What are your favorite resources? I've got Harry Wong resources, and the books I've gathered during my undergrad and years of teaching d/hh and I've got a few websites I've bookmarked over the years, but I would love to know what your favorite resources are for everything from books to websites and more. Where can I go to find the latest and greatest trends in teaching math, science and literature? Things change constantly and it's been a bit of time since I did my internship in the regular classroom. What would you say are the resources you use most frequently? Any suggestions for books I can be reading this summer to get myself ready for the upcoming year? The school with which I have accepted a position is outstanding and seeking STEM designation. They're very high-performing and I would love to come in and really do it all justice and be a great asset. Thank you SO much for any advice or guidance you can offer! I absolutely LOVE learning from more experienced teachers in the field!