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Why do I have to reset my password?

The NEW Share My Lesson is operating with a new, secure, safe, user management system. For your security, your old password has been deleted.

Which browsers work best for using Share My Lesson?

Share My Lesson is optimized for Google Chrome (free download:?, Safari, and Mozilla Firefox (free download:?, but should work fine on the latest versions of all major browsers, including Microsoft Edge (free download:

Share My Lesson is not optimized for Internet Explorer, but we are working on it. If you want to try Internet Explorer version 11, right click on the login link and open in a new tab/window.

Please use the recommended browsers for the best user experience.

What is Creative Commons and how does it work?

A Creative Commons license means that you, as the content creator, grant the right to share, use, and build upon the work that you have created. Content uploaded by a user always remains the property of that user. On Share My Lesson you have two options to license your material through Creative Commons.

Option 1: Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike -CC BY-NC-SA
This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work non-commercially, as long as they credit you and license their new creations under the identical terms.

Option 2: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs-CC BY-NC-ND
This license permits others to download your works and share them with others as long as they credit you, but they cannot change them in any way or use them commercially.

Is the content on the new Share My Lesson the same as the previous version of Share My Lesson?

Yes. All the content you love on Share My Lesson is even easier than ever to find and implement in your classroom.

How do I opt out of text messages?

If you no longer want to receive SMS messages from Share My Lesson, text “LESSON STOP” to 397-71. If you have any other questions related to text messages, email [email protected].

Can I add my own image for each lesson?

Yes. We encourage you to add your own image with each lesson. If you do not have an image, your lesson?will populate with one of our images. If you do add your own image, add a caption to site the source. And make sure it’s either an open source image, public domain image or one you have the rights to share online on Share My Lesson. Read more about the Terms of Service here.?

While you are solely responsible for any images you choose to upload, here are some sites you may want to check out for free images.