By Perry Binder, J.D.
Every student wants a good laugh, I think. Humor can be found even in the most stressful situations. For example, I tell students that I can’t offer legal advice. But that didn’t stop “Steve” from calling me after class in a panic: “The judge gave me ten …
By Steve Reifman
Discussing quotes with children is a powerful, engaging way to build character in children and develop valuable literacy skills. the author of “Changing Kids‘ Lives One Quote at a Time: 121 Inspirational Sayings to Build Character in Children” explains how to use quotes to engage and inspire students.
By Josie Whitehead
Many articles have been written on the subject of the importance of poetic rhyme and metre in connection with the learning of the English language. However, without even having studied this subject at university, English people …
By Leah Davies, M.Ed.
A conservative estimate is that one in six children in school today has a parent who is dependent on or addicted to alcohol or other drugs. This family situation places these students at high risk for social and emotional problems, as well as for school failure, drug use and delinquency. …
By Teachers.Net News Desk
Shakespeare is renowned for his iconic Globe Theatre, which staged some of the most beloved plays in the English language. But he started his career at the more modest Curtain Theatre, which opened in 1577. Shakespeare’s company, the Lord Chamberlain’s Men, performed at the Curtain from 1597 to 1599. There, …
By Teachers.Net News Desk
George Washington Carver Digital Collection
George Washington Carver was many things to many people: at various points in his life he was a scholar, teacher, inventor, and student. From humble roots in southwestern Missouri, Carver went on to wear many hats.
This fine digital collection from the Iowa …
By Barb Stutesman
In case you missed them, here are the Apple Seed quotes Barb S. posted during the past month.
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|Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.9 No.7||July 2012|
|Harry & Rosemary Wong: Effective Teaching|
|A Master Teacher of Teachers|
|Cover Story by Bill Page|
|It's July: Time for New Year's Resolutions|
|I didn't want to teach. I didn't like school, didn't like teaching, and I didn't like kids...|
|»||L.I.G.H.T. B.U.L.B. Moments for New TeachersPerry Binder, J.D.|
|»||Charlotte's Web SiteTodd R. Nelson|
|»||How to Use Quotes to Promote Literacy DevelopmentSteve Reifman|
|»||5 Great Sites for Busy Educators!Marjan Glavac|
|»||The Link Between Literacy, Rhyme and MeterJosie Whitehead|
|»||Lessons and Activities for July!|
|»||Educator`s Guide to Children Affected by Parental Drug AbuseLeah Davies|
|»||*NEW BLOG!* Days in the Life of An Assistant Principal by Todd Bloomer|
|»||How to Break to the Front of the Interview Pack!Randee Kallison|
|»||Should Students Be Allowed to Call Their Teacher by First Name?|
|»||Featured Lesson: Africa - Psychology and Literature: Analyzing "Zenzele: A Letter for My Daughter" by J. Nozipo MaraireSarah Bousquet|
|»||Shakespeare's Lost Theatre Unearthed! News and Fascinating Resources|
|»||10 of the Best of The Scout Report - 2011-2012 - Resources for Educators|
|»||George Washington Carver: Scholar, Teacher, Inventor, Student|
|»||280 Earth Science Materials|
|»||Apple Seeds - Quotes for EducatorsBarb Stutesman|
|»||July's Special (and Some Silly) DaysRon Victoria|
|»||Printables for PreK - 12|