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Notice: The September Back to School edition of the Teachers.Net Gazette is delayed due to the recent Hurricane. Please stand by, we expect to have it online shortly....

Cover Story

Leaving the Comfort Zone
By Todd Nelson

For three weeks one summer I stepped out of my comfort zone. It taught me an important lesson about teaching.

Leaving one's comfort zone is not something that happens very often to most adults. Instead of feeling powerful, in control, full of answers, I felt the inverse: powerless and struggling for answers. It reminded me of the way I felt when I was a kid; when I went to school. It was like being new, different, and forced to learn out of necessity. And there's great benefit in having this experience every so often....

From the Teachers.Net Community

12 Doable Homework Assignments for All Students!

By Susan Fitzell

Have students create a cognitive map with words and pictures to help them remember the sequence of events in a story or history lesson. Using colored pencils and crayons, or …

All I Really Needed to Know for the 21st Century, I Learned In Kindergarten

By Peg Chauncey Cramer

Friends come in all colors.
Treat others the way you want to be treated.
Notice when someone is in need and help.
Respect and accept others.
Read every day, enjoy the pictures, and contribute …

The Quietest Revolution of the Summer: Your Browser Got Better!

By Eric Wignall

Throughout 2011 there has been a quiet but fundamental change in the web browser.

5 Web Sites for Busy Educators

By Marjan Glavac

Marjan presents 5 more sites perfect for busy teachers, and those looking for interesting surfing experiences on the www!

Organizational Tips for Teachers

By Teachers.Net Community

Teachers shared their best classroom organization tips!

The Lives of Students: Off-Task. (And a Special Offer!)

By Bill Page

Students’ lives are neglected and disdained by teachers concentrating on their own lives. (Read on for Bill’s very special offer available to Gazette readers only!)

Library Media: AR vs. Dewey Decimel

By Teachers.Net Community

I just wanted to get some thoughts on arrangement of library books. In the past I had books arranged by AR book level on the shelves at my PK-4 campus, …

Teachers Invited: Use Reality to Teach Geography

By Teachers.Net News Desk

Blend of reality world travel plus technology will make geography come alive in classrooms. Teachers invited to enroll with their classes for emails, photos, audio and video to follow along… …

Special Topic: Testing

By Teachers.Net Resources

A collection of some of our most-read articles on the topic of testing students. You’ll find discussion and information related to standardized testing as well as diagnostic and criterion-referenced testing. …

Convert Chalkboard to Dry Erase, Magnetic Board

By Teachers.Net Community

The question, emailed to one of the 150 Teachers.Net mailrings:

I do not use chalk in my room any more, I use dry erase boards. I have some old 9 x …

New Book: Making Art Special

By Teachers.Net News Desk

I am no longer searching for an experienced professional in my community as a resource. I have become that art teacher, who wants to help others on this journey into …

August is Special! Check it out…

By Ron Victoria

August is…
National Catfish Month, National Golf Month, National Eye Exam Month, National Water Quality Month, Romance Awareness Month, Peach Month, and Foot Health Month.

August 1 is … Friendship Day …

Printables for preK – 12 Teachers

By Teachers.Net Resources

Visit http://gazette.teachers.net/gazette/printables.html for clickable links to all FREE printables on Teachers.Net!

Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.8 No.8 August 2011

Harry & Rosemary Wong: Effective Teaching
How a Principal Creates a Culture of Consistency
This past year office referrals dropped drastically, with only 193 referrals, and was accompanied with a rise in student achievement. But, to everyone's dismay, the snow kept falling.


Cover Story by Todd Nelson
Leaving the Comfort Zone
For three weeks one summer I stepped out of my comfort zone. It taught me an important lesson about teaching.

Articles
»Myths Exposed for New Teachers - Myth #5: Poverty Is an Excuse for Low Performance ExpectationsBetsy Weigle
»12 Doable Homework Assignments for All Students!Susan Fitzell
»Clever Tips and Ideas for Back to School
»All I Really Needed to Know for the 21st Century, I Learned In KindergartenPeg Chauncey Cramer
»Some At-Risk Kids Never "Have a Good Day!"Bill Page
»The Quietest Revolution of the Summer: Your Browser Got Better!Eric Wignall
»Featured Lesson: Civil Rights - Rosa Parks Learning Centers
»5 Web Sites for Busy EducatorsMarjan Glavac
»School Vouchers? "No!"
»Organizational Tips for Teachers
»Math Lesson: Fencing Your Backyard (Gr. 9, 10)
»The Lives of Students: Off-Task. (And a Special Offer!)Bill Page
»Energy Drink Made from Astronaut Urine!Tim Newlin
»Libarary Media: AR vs. Dewey Decimel
»Network Tools: Photograbber and BeatlabNews Desk
»Student Incentives - Fuddle River Schools ReportHumorist John P. Wood
»Middle School Activities for World Explorers Unit
»Teachers Invited: Use Reality to Teach GeographyNews Desk
»Case Study Teaching in ScienceNews Desk
»Special Topic: Testing
»Hot Links for Back to School and August
»Convert Chalkboard to Dry Erase, Magnetic Board
»Free and Inexpensive Posters
»New Book: Making Art Special - A Curriculum for Special Education Art by Helen ShaftonNews Desk
»Apple Seeds - Quotes for EducatorsBarb Stutesman
»August is Special! Check it out...Ron Victoria
»Links and LikesNews Desk
»Printables for preK - 12 Teachers

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