By Jennifer Davis Bowman Ed.D.
One evening while catching up on the show “Orange is the New Black”, I watched as the characters discussed the caged animal scenario when considering prison release. After some thought, one character hesitantly acknowledged, “I’m the giraffe”. The realization is powerful in terms of the show and also for educators. …
By Leah Davies, M.Ed.
For parents and teachers, strategies for helping the angry child.
By LeAnn L. Robertson
A common misconception is that children “outgrow” ADHD, but the truth is that symptoms often linger and continue to have an impact on the daily life of the sufferer. ADHD affects a large number of adults and consequently affects a large number of teachers. So what does the classroom …
By Stewart Brekke
Many in the press and in government use scores on standardized tests to infer so called “bad” or “good” schools or use the standardized test scores to indicate “good” or “bad” teaching in the classroom. The plethora of tests used in states and school systems across the country has made …
By Tiiu Roiser
Why are photographs an important element in teaching and student learning?
It’s an animal that’s about the size of a Loonie (that’s a Canadian dollar coin to you non-Canadians), but sometimes it can grow to be heavier than a small child. It’s usually green, but some are also shades of brown …
By Susan Green
As teachers it is our responsibility to create an environment that embraces all personality types. In any classroom we are likely to see any number of the several common personality traits. Here are a few you might recognize, and tips for differentiating according to the individual student’s unique needs.
|Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.11 No.9||September 2014|
|Harry & Rosemary Wong: Effective Teaching|
|How a University Prepares Its Students|
|Cover Story by Barbara Blackburn|
|Achievement is More than a Test Score|
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|»||The Eyes and Ears of Writing by Julie BeyJulie Bey|
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|»||Your Classroom Setup Requires Thoughtful PlanningGertrude A. Wuensch|
|»||Why Schools and Teachers Shouldn't Be Evaluated by Standardized Test ScoresStewart Brekke|
|»||Codetalking - Classroom Management by the Numbers (Humor) John P. WoodHumorist John P. Wood|
|»||Photographs - An important Element in Teaching and Student LearningTiiu Roiser|
|»||A Different Route: In Defense of Alternative CertificationLaToya Arnold|
|»||Loving Your Students' Differing PersonalitiesSusan Green|
|»||Research and Information About Open and Distance LearningInternet Scout Report|
|»||The "Sci Show" YouTube Channel Ignites Students' Science LearningInternet Scout Report|
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