Harry & Rosemary Wong
Eight Year Summary of Articles
As you look over the eight years of articles, there are two recurrent themes: Effective teachers can implement, and Effective teachers are proactive....
Helping Children Cope After A Natural Disaster
Helping children overcome emotional problems in the wake of a disaster is a considerable task for parents, teachers, and mental health professionals.
By Leah Davies
Promoting Learning & Discipline
Visualization activities make brain compatible learning easy, fun, and engaging.
By Dr. Marvin Marshall
From David Letterman's pay phones, to a student's "mooning," to tragedy among the staff, this school principal documents the risky and rewarding journey through a routine week on the job.
By Todd Nelson
Textmapping: Where the Old Becomes New Again
Cheryl explains how textmapping on paper scrolls is an effective graphic organizer that assists in teaching reading.
By Cheryl Sigmon
The Busy Educator
The Busy Educator's June Five
From turning waste into art, to science news and reviews and a lesson plan creation site for teachers - there's something for everyone!
By Marjan Glavac
Clip Art Corner
The Dance of the Honeybee
Bees need to tell each other where to find flowers. To do this they perform a dance right at the entrance to the hive when they return.
From the Archives
Making the Most of Summer to Prepare for the New School Year
Teachers share their best ideas about what you can do during summer break to make the next school year the best one yet!
Father's Day Project
From the Teachers.Net Archives, a Father's Day project and poem sure to captivate any Dad.
How Many Years Did It Take You to Get It Together?
Here's what veteran educators said when asked, "How many years before you came into your own as a teacher?"
A school's mission statement could be described as a philosophical road map developed to guide and inspire.
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Teachers.Net Video Bytes
The human cost of war, in song; Components of perfect literacy centers; Teachers on a picket line; Campaign to opt out of high stakes tests; Google docs; Using trigonometry to plot a river crossing.