Harry & Rosemary Wong
A Computer Teacher
Shows the Way
Twenty years ago, Holland was at the end of his rope. He was feeling completely demoralized by the thought of dealing with yet another semester of uninterested, unmotivated, and unruly students.
Instant Ideas for Busy Teachers
Get Set for the Best Year Yet
Each August signals a fresh beginning for teachers and students. How lucky we are to have a fresh start each year! Here's how to choose a positive mindset and make this year your best one yet!
By Sue Gruber
Tools for the Coming School Year
Tool kits for enhancing literacy instruction are easy to make, very inexpensive, but high impact! And your students will love using them!
By Cheryl Sigmon
Promoting Learning & Discipline
5 Classroom Tips
5 invaluable tips to get the new school year off to a good start with positive ways to establish effective classroom management!
By Dr. Marvin Marshall
School is a Verb
School has a powerful gravitational force that can run the universe. Let this year’s hunt for learning’s big game begin. Lights, Camera, Action!
By Todd Nelson
"Getting to Know Each Other"Activities, part 1
A collection of noncompetitive and entertaining activities that will help your new students bond with each other, and with you
By Leah Davies
Advice for Substitute Teachers
Dear Barbara - Advice For Subs
"How Should I Handle an Uncooperative Classroom Aide" and "How to get a full time job?"
By Barbara Pressman
The Busy Educator
The Busy Educator's Monthly Five
Speech, science & technology, wildlife and ESL, and MORE!
By Marjan Glavac
Clip Art Corner
The Classic Pirate
ARGHH! When real pirates plundered the Caribbean…
By Tim Newlin
Featured Lessons for August
HOT resources for August! Olympics; China; Open House; Ice Cream, Watermelon!
Lighting a Spark
Motivating HS students to consider college, from the Teachers chatboard.
Candles of Inspiration
August Candles of Inspiration
Sometimes we connect with former students through unusual means, and with touching results.
Featured Book for August: Libby Bloom
Libby Bloom is a humorous beginning chapter book for grades 3 - 5 that keeps the reader smiling, even through the serious parts.
By Susan Rowan Masters
The Teachers.Net Newsdesk
Teachers.Net Chatboard Poll
The Lighter Side of Teaching