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Cover Story

It's Called Leadership...
By Dr. Justin Tarte

Let's be honest with each other for a moment. Let's take back all the fake smiles and friendly little emails. Let's tell all the cute puppies to go home and cast aside all the colorful rainbows....

Sometimes people just don't care what you think. They could honestly care less about your opinion and your existence (or lack thereof). You really don't have much of an effect on them. This is not all people and is most likely not most people, however there are those out there that are just not interested in you and what you have to say. Know this and accept this....

From the Teachers.Net Community

How We Go On – With Axe Handles

By Todd R. Nelson

In this era of multi-media avenues to information and communication, I’m glad to be reminded of the hand tool—a stone age one, at that. It simply reinforces the notion that …

Changing the Technology Culture in the High School

By Todd Bloomer

The last frontier that seems to resist technology is education. We force students to sit in classrooms and listen as teachers dispense information for50 minutes. Some schools discourage …

5 GREAT Web Sites for Busy Educators

By Marjan Glavac

This month Marjan helps educators harness the power of words to effect change and to communicate effectively with parents, examines the flipped classroom concept, alerts us to some great (many …

Literature Circles: Article, Printable Role Sheets, Harvey Daniels Interview, MORE!

By Teachers.Net News Desk

During my first couple of years of teaching, I was required to teach reading the “SFA” way. If you’re not sure what I’m talking about, count your blessings! “SFA” stands …

How to Cultivate a Positive and Effective School Culture

By Teachers.Net News Desk

The culture of a school is a powerful tool for shaping the behavior of those who work there because it reflects the important values and underlying assumptions of that school. …

A New School Year’s Resolution: Stop Getting Sore Throats! 10 Tips

By Abigail Flesch Connors

10 tips to help teachers avoid the inevitable September Sore Throat!

Texting and Children

By Leah Davies, M.Ed.

Texting among children has increased dramatically and has become such an important part of children’s social lives that parents are concerned. Parents frequently know little about the content of the …

NASA’s Earth Observing System

By Teachers.Net News Desk

NASA’s Earth Observing System (EOS) is “a coordinated series of polar-orbiting and low inclination satellites for long-term global observations of the land surface, biosphere, solid Earth, atmosphere, and oceans.” On …

Protect Yourself, Your Family and Property on the ‘Net

By Robert Rose

Email alone has made it possible for me, a retired person on a modest pension, to connect with the people on my radio program. I can publicize my books, my …

Tweets for Teachers

By Teachers.Net News Desk

All month we’ll be adding interesting Tweets posted by teachers, for teachers on Twitter. Tweets will contain wisdom, tips, apps and great links, so check back often during the month! …

Book: School-Based Behavior Interventions, Strategies and Tools by Lisa Bundrick and Alicia Backus

By Teachers.Net News Desk

School social workers, Lisa Bundrick and Alicia Backus have published their first joint book, School-Based Behavior Interventions, Strategies, and Tools.

Creating Excitement in the Classroom Through Active Learning

By Teachers.Net News Desk

Active learning is basically an instructional method that aims to engage students in the learning process; it is learning by doing. While traditional activities like homework could be included within …

Today is… September’s Special Dates

By Ron Victoria

September is . . . Self Improvement Month, Be Kind To Editors and Writers Month, International Square Dance Month, Cable TV Month, National Bed Check Month, National Chicken Month, National …

Differentiation of Instruction

By Teachers.Net Resources

Following are links to 5 of our most requested resources on differentiation of instruction.
: Bookmark this page for easy access and please share the link with your colleagues!; 1. 9 …

Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.10 No.9 September 2013

Harry & Rosemary Wong: Effective Teaching
Prevention: The Key to Solving Discipline Problems
Cover Story by Dr. Justin Tarte
It's Called Leadership...
More Teacher Articles...
»The 3 R's 4 SuccessBill Powers
»"How We Go On."Todd R. Nelson
»Tips for Novice Middle School TeachersLusila Plezia
»Changing the Technology Culture in the High SchoolTodd Bloomer
»A Letter to Teachers: "STOP with the stoplights in the classroom!"Jen Bradley
»5 GREAT Web Sites for Busy EducatorsMarjan Glavac
»At-Risk Student CredoBill Page
»Literature Circles: Article, Printable Role Sheets, Harvey Daniels Interview, MORE!
»Guided Reading With Pre-ReadersHeidi Butkus
»How to Cultivate a Positive and Effective School Culture
»From the Trenches: Advice for New TeachersDanica Murillo
»A New School Year's Resolution: Stop Getting Sore Throats! 10 TipsAbigail Flesch Connors
»Yes, I teach Kindergarten ONLINE!Alissa Smith
»Texting and ChildrenLeah Davies, M.Ed.
»The Power of Poems and Photographs to Inspire Writing - Part 11Hank Kellner
»NASA's Earth Observing System
»Thinking about Thinking Is Essential for LearningDr. Marvin Marshall
»Protect Yourself, Your Family and Property on the 'NetRobert Rose
»Back to School Links for Teachers and School Administrators!
»Tweets for Teachers
»Global Warming Science and Other Free Online Courses from MIT
»New Book: School-Based Behavior Interventions, Strategies and Tools by Lisa Bundrick and Alicia Backus
»Safe Search Kids Launches New Site Design for 2013-2014 School Year
»Creating Excitement in the Classroom Through Active Learning
»Apple Seeds Quotes for EducatorsBarb Stutesman
»Today is... September's Special DatesRon Victoria
»Flipped Classroom
»Differentiation of Instruction
»Printable Teaching Aids for Prek-12

Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.10 No.10 October 2013

Harry & Rosemary Wong: Effective Teaching
Prevention: The Key to Solving Discipline Problems
Cover Story by Dr. Justin Tarte
It's Called Leadership...
More Teacher Articles...
»The 3 R's 4 SuccessBill Powers
»"How We Go On."Todd R. Nelson
»Tips for Novice Middle School TeachersLusila Plezia
»Changing the Technology Culture in the High SchoolTodd Bloomer
»A Letter to Teachers: "STOP with the stoplights in the classroom!"Jen Bradley
»5 GREAT Web Sites for Busy EducatorsMarjan Glavac
»At-Risk Student CredoBill Page
»Literature Circles: Article, Printable Role Sheets, Harvey Daniels Interview, MORE!
»Guided Reading With Pre-ReadersHeidi Butkus
»How to Cultivate a Positive and Effective School Culture
»From the Trenches: Advice for New TeachersDanica Murillo
»A New School Year's Resolution: Stop Getting Sore Throats! 10 TipsAbigail Flesch Connors
»Yes, I teach Kindergarten ONLINE!Alissa Smith
»Texting and ChildrenLeah Davies, M.Ed.
»The Power of Poems and Photographs to Inspire Writing - Part 11Hank Kellner
»NASA's Earth Observing System
»Thinking about Thinking Is Essential for LearningDr. Marvin Marshall
»Protect Yourself, Your Family and Property on the 'NetRobert Rose
»Back to School Links for Teachers and School Administrators!
»Tweets for Teachers
»Global Warming Science and Other Free Online Courses from MIT
»New Book: School-Based Behavior Interventions, Strategies and Tools by Lisa Bundrick and Alicia Backus
»Safe Search Kids Launches New Site Design for 2013-2014 School Year
»Creating Excitement in the Classroom Through Active Learning
»Apple Seeds Quotes for EducatorsBarb Stutesman
»Today is... September's Special DatesRon Victoria
»Flipped Classroom
»Differentiation of Instruction
»Printable Teaching Aids for Prek-12

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