TeachingtheHudsonValley.org is an online community where people find and share lesson plans about the Hudson Valley. We've created these guidelines to help you understand what it means to be a member of TeachingtheHudsonValley.org.
What to do
Share your lesson plans
Your lesson plans should be germane to a place or places in the Hudson Valley. You can and are encouraged to upload your own variations of lesson plans on this site.
Let people know what you think
Feedback is part of the experience, and when done with respect, can be a geat way to network, share and make your time here richer and more productive. So rate lesson plans, leave comments and share the site with friends and colleagues.
Be polite and respectful
It’s okay to disagree with others but cutting down or insulting individuals will not be tolerated. Comments will be removed that use obscenities, personal insults, ethnic slurs or other disparaging language.
Know and obey copyrights
See the Copyright section below for more details.
Post content related to your lesson plan
This can include but is not limited to documents, audio, video and links to other Web sites about the Hudson Valley.
What not to do
Don’t vent your frustrations or rant
This is not a venue to harass, abuse, impersonate, or intimidate others. If we receive a valid complaint about your conduct, we’ll send you a warning or terminate your account.
Don't give out personal information
Such as telephone numbers and street addresses. Doing so may make you susceptible to unauthorized communication. Teaching the Hudson Valley will not verify personal information posted by others.
Other things to keep in mind
- View points and opinions expressed in comments are those of the members themselves, and may not reflect Teaching the Hudson Valley's policies or positions.
- Teaching the Hudson Valley is not responsible for the content of any linked Web site.
Teaching the Hudson Valley encourages and enables its members to post variations of lesson plans on this site. If you find a lesson plan that you’ve created being published -- word for word -- by another member without proper attribution, don't panic. This is probably just a misunderstanding and not malicious. A good first step is to contact them and politely ask them to remove it.
If you need further assistance regarding copyright issues please use our online Contact Us form.
Who to Contact with Questions
Any questions regarding Teaching the Hudson Valley can be e-mailed directly to using our Contact Us form .