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Teach Students to Recognize Bullying – Featured Lesson

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 25th, 2012

Lesson Plan On Bullying

By Gillian Gabourie

Grades 7 and 8

This is a lesson plan aimed at students in grade 7 and 8. This lesson is designed to teach students how to recognize bullying and how to deal with …

Why Teachers Feel Compelled to Hoard Supplies

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 25th, 2012

From the archives:


Survey Says Teachers Feel Compelled to Hoard Supplies

“We don’t hoard because we’re greedy or wasteful, but because we want to be prepared.”

“It frustrates me to no end. I am responsible for teaching my kids

Suggestions For Motivation

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 23rd, 2012

By Dr. Marvin Marshall

From the Archives

“When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.” But we can speed up the process.

Create curiosity

Curiosity is perhaps the greatest of all motivators. Here is the difference between American and …

Learning Your Students’ Names: Fun, Fast, Easy and Important by Bill Page

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 9th, 2012

Bill Page’s book, At Risk Students: Feeling Their Pain, Understanding Their Plight, Accepting Their Defensive Ploys (2nd Edition) is available through his web site or through

From the archives:

Learning students’ names:
A Crucial First Day Step

10 Tips for the First Days of School by Harry K. & Rosemary Wong

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 9th, 2012

Extracted from the original article.

How well you begin school with an organized, consistent, and well managed classroom will determine your success and your students’ success for the rest of the school year. Here are some of the items …

Technology Integration: Ready, Fire, Aim

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 7th, 2012

From the Archives but still relevant:

Technology Integration’s Motto: Ready, Fire, Aim

by Rob Reilly Ed.D.

State Departments of Education are busily funding technology for school system, providing all sorts of support for the computerization of school records, deploying certification …

Bloomer’s Blog – Days in the Life of Assistant Principal Todd Bloomer

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Aug 3rd, 2012

*New*Feature in Teachers.Net Gazette:

Bloomer’s Blog – What does it take to be an excellent Assistant Principal?

Insight, advice, and stories from the life of an Assistant Principal

Over the course of these few weeks, I am highlighting in …

Reflections on Teacher and Student Motivation

By Sheree Rensel • Aug 1st, 2012
One of the great advantages to getting older is the ability gained to see experiences with a long, clear vision. After years of living, we begin to see the patterns and cycles of events with new eyes. Veteran teachers are no exception. They have seen the pendulum swing repeatedly sometimes with a dizzying swoosh.

20 Back to School Tips for Pre-K Teachers by Karen Cox

By Karen Cox • Aug 1st, 2012
Karen's tips will help you and your students glide through the first days of back to school!

Apple Seed Quotes for Educators

By Barb Stutesman • Aug 1st, 2012
In case you missed them, here are the Apple Seeds quotes posted by Barb S. every morning on the Teacher Chatboard....

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