Harry Wong
Oct/Nov 2016
Vol 13 No 9

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The Trump Effect on Education

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Dec 5th, 2016
Our November 30 newsletter "Election Special: The Trump Effect on Education,' featured a collection of articles you'll want to bookmark, read and share!

Why the International Baccalaureate Curriculum Craze & How to Join?

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Dec 4th, 2016

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Posted on the Teachers Chatboard by Edvectus

The international education market is still buzzing about the International Baccalaureate curriculum because of the proliferation of schools using the IB curricula and because of the prestige that …

Efficient Printing Tips To Save Teachers Money

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Dec 3rd, 2016
Tips for teachers on how they can lessen their ink consumption without reducing their print volume. Our objective is to eliminate the cost hurdle of print so teachers can focus on learning methods instead of working within a budget.

Apple Seeds Quotes for Educators

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Dec 3rd, 2016
Here they, a month's worth of bits of wisdom, posted every morning on the Teachers Chatboard.

7 Easy-to-Implement Non-Linguistic Vocabulary Interventions

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Dec 1st, 2016
Since RTI was originally created to help lower elementary school children with literacy issues, much of the existing material on RTI focuses on vocabulary interventions or linguistic interventions. It is important to understand that these types of interventions can actually be used across the curriculum – in every subject from social students to math – to introduce vocabulary related to new themes and to show connections within themes. Still, linguistic interventions may not work for every student in every subject. The following are some non-linguistic interventions that can be used across the curriculum.

Roald Dahl: Teach the Stories – Language Arts Resource

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Dec 1st, 2016
For K-12 language arts educators and librarians,, a website maintained by a number of organizations dedicated to the well-known children's book author, provides an extensive collection of teaching resources for a number of Dahl stories.

The Problems of a Tall, Redheaded Male Relief Teacher

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Dec 1st, 2016
In many ways, when you are in the circumstances of being a relief teacher, being a 6ft.4 male is a huge advantage in terms of classroom management. However, I’m finding it can also be a disadvantage in other ways.

Nation is Staring at a Crisis in Finding, Keeping Qualified Teachers

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Nov 4th, 2016

U.S. Is Short 60,000 Teachers with Gap Expected to Grow; States Rated on Policies that Influence Supply, Demand, and Equity

Washington, DC, September 14, 2016—As school opened this year, many districts found themselves scrambling to find qualified teachers in the …

5 Simple Ways to Make Children Feel Comfortable with Change by Naomi Webb

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Oct 13th, 2016

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By Naomi Webb
Change is an inevitable part of life, but for children, learning how to deal with it can be a tricky process. In fact, adapting to change is something we find very …

“#BeUnderstood” Campaign Helps Parents Experience Learning and Attention Issues Through the Eyes of a Child

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

78% of parents believe that any child can do well in school if he or she tries hard enough. But in reality, many children are already trying as hard as they can. One in five children in the U.S. struggles …

Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.13 No.9 Oct/Nov 2016
Cover Story by Susan Fitzell
Co-teaching Models Respectful Collaboration and Debate for Students
More Teacher Articles...
»Classroom Management Articles by Harry and Rosemary WongHarry K. & Rosemary Wong
»Pictures Worth 1000 Words – Visual NotetakingSarah Powley
»Teach EmpathyDede Rittman
»5 Sure-Fire Tactics to Improve Writing Skills for ESL LearnersRose Scott
»OMG, I'm Tired of Yelling! Coaching the Urban EducatorDré Cleveland
»Stop Telling Preschoolers to Take Turns and Share!Cheryl Hatch
»Fostering a spirit of Entrepreneurship in Young Children
»Free Cookie for Teachers on World Teacher Day
»When Students Ask: Am I Ever Going to Use This?Ruben Stemple
»The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: How Teacher Modeling Improves Student WritingCassandra O'Sullivan Sachar
»Too Few American High Schools Offer Physics ClassesStewart Brekke
»Where's Willy Whalley? A Peace-Building Story With Alternate EndingsAnn Mason
»Arts in Education – Why we need it
»Apple Seeds – Quotes for EducatorsBarb Stutesman
»Journal of Research in Rural EducationInternet Scout Report
»I Wish My Teacher Knew…
»Mizlett’s 3D Snowflake Craft Project
»Free Stock Photos for Lessons, Presentations, Newsletters
»Co-teaching Models Respectful Collaboration and Debate for StudentsSusan Fitzell
»Special Ed Lesson Plans
»National PTA and Guitar Center Team Up to Spark Student Creativity
»US Army Veteran Announces Kickstarter for Crayon Box Designed to Be Accessible to Kids with Manual Dexterity Issues
»National Autism Center Offers Free Resources for Educators

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