Harry and Rosemary Wong
Teachers Are the Difference
Now in her sixth year of teaching, Melissa Dunbar has helped her students achieve a pass rate of between 92% - 99% over the years, with her ESL and Economically Disadvantaged students achieving a 100% pass rate this past school year!
Tools and Toys
Red Basket & Problem Solving Forms
K.I.S.S.! Albert Einstein once said that everything should be as simple as possible. With that in mind, Rick offers two extremely simple, yet highly effective tools that will reduce stress and save you time and energy.
By Rick Morris
Instant Ideas for Busy Teachers
Writing for Educational Publishers - Inside Secrets
Have you ever thought about writing educational products? Here are plenty of proven tips and ideas to get you started!
By Sue Gruber
Teachers.Net Video Bytes: July
Assume The Position, Lost Generation, Bathtub IV, Walk On - ESPN Video, Funeral, Heal, and At Home with Mrs. Hen
Self-Injury In Children
Self-injurers come from a broad spectrum of social, economic and racial groups. They can range from being perfectionists to school dropouts.
By Leah Davies
The Principal Learning Curve
The School of No Knocks?
Are we going too far with efforts to eliminate conflict between kids? Should we be sending kids to the school of No Knocks?
By Todd R. Nelson
Promoting Learning & Discipline
Using Imaging to Move or Change Behavior
The images in our minds drive our behaviors. The body literally cannot move contrary to a vividly held image. Therefore, in order to change a habit or behavior, we must change our perception to include the new habit or behavior.
By Dr. Marvin Marshall
The Busy Educator's
Monthly 5: July 2009
This month Marjan’s list of sites helps teachers: raise awareness of blindness and Braille, teach literature, work against bullying, and more.
By Marjan Glavac
Advice for Substitute Teachers
Substitute issues: What to Wear & Too Much Love
Barbara Pressman advises substitute teachers on appropriate dress and what to do when students say, "We like you better than our regular teacher!"
By Barbara Pressman
Getting and Keeping the Attention of 3-4 Yr Olds
It’s not easy, but it can be done - if you use these nifty chants, songs, and techniques gathered from teachers on the Early Childhood Teachers Chatboard!
A Message to Share with Parents about Summer Learning
Ways to communicate to parents how important summer is as a time for learning.
Printable Worksheets & Teaching Aids
Indulge this month with Sweet Classroom Rules, and print your July - August calendar.
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