Harry Wong
Aug/Sep 2016
Vol 13 No 8

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10 Tools for Success on the First Days of School – Harry & Rosemary Wong

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 25th, 2016

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Timeless advice from the authors of THE Classroom Management Book

We teach you to plan so you can plan to teach.

We love to play Mexican Train®.  For those who are not familiar …

The Look a Student Gives a Teacher – A Poem By Monica Sanchez

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 1st, 2016
I swear I didn't stab a puppy while simultaneously decapitating a rainbow, But that is how you'll look at me.

Not Enough Hours in a Day – Advice for Aspiring Teachers by Nicole Lenius

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 1st, 2016

By Nicole Lenius

I entered the education world blindly. It was supposed to revolve around me helping to mold the minds of my students.  We would work and learn from one another as I passed along my love …

Test Day – By Carol Voight

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 1st, 2016
Is he ready for this test? The radio is low but audible. Is it distracting his studying? I want him to do well! I’ll turn the radio down, but WAIT! The commercial plays a familiar quote from a powerful movie.

Why We Need Arts in Education

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 1st, 2016
While there has never been a question of the value of English, mathematics or science in education, there has been a widely disputed gap in the value attributed to the arts. The areas of visual arts, drama, dance, music and photography are sometimes considered to be 'fluffier' subjects than the hard hitting disciplines that mark whether or not a student will be successful as an adult. The arts can therefore be considered more costly, both in monetary terms and time management. I have friends who completed their undergraduate degrees in visual arts and art history. While they would never question that the pursuit of these degrees fulfilled their passion and love of learning, they do feel the deficit of fewer career opportunities than students who completed degrees in science or mathematics. So, why are the arts so important?

Classroom Unpreparedness

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 1st, 2016


By:  Chrystal Smith

After attending college, earning two degrees, and participating in a mandatory student teaching program you would think that an individual is over prepared to enter into a classroom and take charge.  One would assume that classroom …

Gamification in the Classroom

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 1st, 2016
Gamification in the Classroom

Over the past few years I have read a lot about
gamification. It seemed like every industry was looking
at gamification as a way to increase results and foster a
stronger commitment from participants, customers

12 Months as a Teacher – Video Humor

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 1st, 2016
A humorous look at the life of a teacher!

Tablet2Cases Releases New Drop Proof Shoulder Strap Rugged Case

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 1st, 2016

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Clinton, Trump, Johnson, Stein on Education Issues

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Jul 17th, 2016


This page is a work in progress. Check back for updates as the presidential campaign proceeds.


Hillary Clinton’s campaign web page dedicated to K-12 education Issues

Jill Stein campaign web site has a paragraph stating her Education

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