Cover Story: Dr. Marvin Marshall
There is no such thing as immaculate perception. What you see is what you thought before you looked.
Fostering Resiliency in Children
When children are influenced by caring adults with high expectations for their success, they are more likely to withstand negative pressures and become responsible adults.
By Leah Davies
Making the Grade
Are we using grades, or are grades using us? Do we get the biggest possible benefit from grading academic work?
By Todd Nelson
The Silenced Majority
Fifty million students are available on a daily basis with experience and ability to solve many school problems.
I Won't Learn What You Teach!
For many of our students, school becomes a succession of damaging power struggles, so it is up to us - their teachers - to boldly step out of that pattern.
By Susan Rismiller
April Writing Prompts
In 1828, Noah Webster published the first edition of his dictionary of the American language. What are some slang words or expressions you think might make it into the dictionary?
By Jim Wayne
The Disrespecting of Social Studies
The demise of the importance of Social Studies threatens the appreciation for how government works and the rights of the individual.
By Alan Haskvitz
Dear Laura Bush
Isn't it time someone pointed out that, after four decades and hundreds of thousands of education “reforms,” perhaps it is the politicians who are failing?
By Bradley Cook
Classroom Magazines: More Than Just Shared Reading
Classroom Magazines are often overlooked as a valuable resource in reading programs.
By Mandy Yates
Stay Inside the Lines
Color it whatever crazy, hopped up, non-realistic, spasmodic, operatic, rinky-dink color you want, but STAY INSIDE THE LINES!!!
By Kevin Coffey
Choice, Access, and Relevance: High School Reading Workshops
By allowing students choice, access, and relevance, we became a community of readers.
By Kimberly Payne
Problem-Based Learning pt 2: Good problems
Good problems challenge students to not only use, but go beyond factual information to a deeper understanding of the subject.
By Hal Portner
Addition and subtraction of numbers can be taught using a resource that is inexpensive, colorful, amusing, absolutely child friendly and easy to make.
By P. R. Guruprasad
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