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Volume 3 Number 5

Harry & Rosemary Wong urge, "If you are a teacher applying for a job, it is essential that you ask the question at the interview: Does this district have a new teacher induction program? "...
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Harry & Rosemary Wong:
$50,000 to Replace Each Teacher

Every teacher who leaves the profession during the first three years likely costs taxpayers in excess of $50,000...
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Using Breath Management for Better Listening And Voice Preservation
by Dr. Marvin Marshall
Listening and learning are most effective when breathing is active--rather than passive...
It's All About Transfer!
by Cheryl M. Sigmon
One of the greatest signs of success that we can hope for in our 4-Blocks instruction can be summed up in one word: TRANSFER...
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Eight Winning Ways to Wrap Up the Year
by Barbara Gruber and Sue Gruber
During the last few weeks of school, teachers have golden opportunities to get the jump on the next school year...
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A Natural Ham
by Beth Bruno
The same school psychologist had evaluated Allison in kindergarten and again in third grade, so her parents requested that a different person test her before she entered 6th grade...
Virtual K-12 Schools
by Leslie Bowman
Many teachers and students may not realize that there are also online courses and diploma programs available for K12 students...
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The Life of a Teacher
by Ginny Hoover
Ways to Relax Under Pressure, Ways to Deal With Unkind Co-Workers...The Happy Haters, Questions for the Victim...
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Theme Sites
Part 2

by Marjan Glavac
Here are five websites to help Busy Educators find lesson plans according to themes...
Ask the Literacy Teacher
by Leigh Hall
This month;
A Special Request & Writing Help for ESL Students

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Sight Impaired Child Benefiting From Change in Modern Schools
by Dave Melanson
This book will consist of interviews from classroom teachers who have actually had sight impaired and blind children mainstreamed in their classrooms...
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