Harry Wong
Jan 2017
Vol 14 No 1

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"I Don't Teach a Subject, I Teach Kids!"
By Bill Page

Teachers use a great variety of communication elements or clues and cues for student learning, classroom management, individual control, and preventive discipline, as well as whatever else they need to attend to during the lesson. Lecturing to a class, as we usually think of it, is a one dimensional, or maybe a 95% teacher to 5% student communication interaction. However, that is because we usually ignore the fact that lessons are always 100% teacher to 100% student involvement(beginning at the level of being present) whether it is an uninterrupted lecture or an entire period of student small group activity.....

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Bill Page says: Ron Clark’s “Not Every Child Deserves a Cookie” is “Repugnant”

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Bill Page I want to express my repugnance to the lead article in the September Gazette, Not Every Child Deserves a Cookie, by Ron Clark. I found the content …

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Project for Excellence in Journalism: Ethics Codes

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From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout Project 1994-2011.
Project for Excellence in Journalism: Ethics Codes

For those persons teaching journalism students, this selection of ethics codes from a range …

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Apple Seeds – Quotes for Educators

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09-01: The secret to getting things done is to act! ~ Benjamin O. David

09-02: So many fail because they don’t get started – they don’t go. …

Question the Questions, Instead of Answer the Answers

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In our concerns for at-risk kids, we need first to examine our questions very critically.

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Educational Comics Collection

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This compelling collection contains educational comics created by a raft of different government agencies and other organizations, presenting a rather diverse portrait of the ways in which various topics were …

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“I Don’t Teach a Subject, I Teach Kids!”

By Bill Page

The lesson content in class presentations lies in the words and their meanings;
The context is everything else: the non-verbal cues, procedures, climate, etc.

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Cover Story by Bill Page
"I Don't Teach a Subject, I Teach Kids!"
Teachers use a great variety of communication elements for classroom management..... There is a misconception in our country that teachers whose students make good grades are providing them with a good education.

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