Wrapping the Year with Rap!
A few years ago, Alex was having a hard time teaching Algebra. The students would not pay attention, do their work, or retain a simple math formula. But, he noticed the students could recite every word of a new hip-hop song on the radio....
By Harry & Rosemary Wong
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TIMTIM.com - Free Drawings for Teachers, Students
This month we discovered a new web-based resource for kids, parents and teachers - TIMTIM.com offers more than two thousand cartoon style drawings FREE for teachers....
From the Archives
Children and Stress
Stress tends to be thought of as an adult problem, if not preoccupation these days. For years many doctors didn't even recognise its existence. But that's all changing now. ....
By Brian Hill
Martin Luther King Lesson Plans
Just in time for the Martin Luther King celebration, we present eight MLK lesson plans from the Teachers.Net Lesson Bank
3-D Snowflake Craft Project
From the January, 2003 Gazette, one of our most requested craft project ideas ever.
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Six Easy Resolutions for 2008
These resolutions are a snap to keep and will make your teaching life easier!
By Barbara & Sue Gruber
Validating Writers to Motivate Them
4 Blocks literacy guru Cheryl Sigmon adds a new contribution to her collection of over 100 articles featured on Teachers.Net
By Cheryl Sigmon
Whereas good relationships are important to girls, success is more important to boys....
By Dr. Marvin Marshall
The Busy Educator
The Busy Educator's Monthly Five
Five new websites for educators that are easy to read, simple to use and worthwhile to know
By Marjan Glavac
Becoming the Technology Leader and the Electronic Janitor?
Do you want to be a technology leader or do you want to be left alone?
By Dr. Rob Reilly
52 Character Building Thoughts
52 thoughts designed to help children build character
By Leah Davies
Keep Your Sub Afloat
In the teaching profession, the only thing harder than being in the classroom everyday is not being in the classroom for even a single day
By Tifany Grizzle
Mentoring Pre-service Teachers
Special educator Susan Rismiller offers a collaborative approach to improving the practice of teaching
By Susan Rismiller
Planning to Present a Workshop? Here's How!
Teachers know the importance of developing carefully thought
out and structured lesson plans for teaching students. Hal Portner offers advice for structuring effective workshops as well.
By Hal Portner
Teach Like Your Hair's on Fire
From the inspiring roadmap that encourages parents and teachers to look beyond discipline and to bring passion, excellence, and joy back into education.
By Rafe Esquith
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