Teacher Resource Book Reviews
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Creation vs. Evolution - How Do Teachers Respond?
Science Teachers' Chatboard
Veteran high school teachers offer advice about handling a hot topic...
Math & Literacy Learning Centers for Upper Grades
Teachers.Net Learning Centers Chatboard
Ready to implement activities gathered from real teachers in real classrooms!...
The Kindergarten Center
Where do kindergarten teachers find the support they need and deserve? Right here!...
Common Mistakes Made by New Teachers
A neophyte asks veteran teachers to help her avoid the mistakes made by new teachers...
Editor's epicks for August
Kathleen Alape Carpenter
Links to lessons, activities, and gimmicks for back-to-school...
Beginning of School Letter
Teachers.Net Early Childhood Mailring
"Sometimes," she thought, "it's harder to be the one who waves good-bye than it is to be the one who climbs the beanstalk."...
Healthy Living Tips
Tips for healthy eating and exercise for busy educators...
Create the Sounds of a Thunderstorm in the Classroom
Virginia in Idaho
When the entire class performs the actions in unison, the effect is the sound of a thunder and rain storm as it builds then dissipates...
Good Football Fight Music, Cavalcade of Mascots Site, Football Organizations Online
High School Chatboard
The music you need to launch your players, and other interesting online football resources...
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