Final Update - Operation Deep Freeze
Greetings from Mobile, Alabama!!!
LT Marshall Branch,
United States Coast Guard
I wanted to let everyone know that AVDET 157 returned safely to their home base on April 26th after a 5-day cross country flight from Seattle. The return trip from Antarctica was quite eventful...
When Students Say, "I'm Bored!"
Teachers.Net G.A.T.E. Chatboard
Not everything is exciting in life. You are not there to entertain her child. In my experience, overindulged children will often complain of boredom just to see what kind of entertainment the adults might come up with for them...
The Web in
Many Web sites developed in education are designed either to supplement or to replace classroom teaching --- that is, they are intended for use outside the classroom, in place of face-to-face interactions...
Why Study the American Revolution During War in Iraq?
the Middle School Chatboard
"Uni" posted that a 5th grade student challenged a teacher with the "pointless" study of the American Revolution. This child suggested that they drop all study of the early American war and concentrate on the pros and cons of the war in Iraq. Readers posted about how they would respond to the student...
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