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Vol 14 No 4

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

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Jul 28th, 2013

By Bill Page, the author of At-Risk Students: Feeling Their Pain, Understanding Their Plight, Accepting Their Defensive Ploys

Learning students’ names: A crucial first day step toward a caring relationship and toward building a classroom learning community

Most people are …

TEAPOT Word Game – ESL/ELL/EFL Vocabulary Game

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Jul 22nd, 2013

by Catherine Schandl

I have always been fascinated by old, worn books so it was nothing out of the ordinary that, some years ago in the teacher’s room of the ESL school where I was teaching, I noticed such a …

Summer at the Drive-In – When I was 14

By Artie Knapp • Jul 11th, 2013

image002I remember the summer I turned fourteen like it was yesterday. I had reached that magical age, which meant I could get a license to drive a moped. But my parents would have none of that. They were too dangerous, …

Flipped Classroom – Resources

By Teachers.Net Resources • Jul 10th, 2013

4 resources on the topic of the Flipped Classroom:


The Flipped Classroom Model: How It Works, Benefits, Pitfalls – by teachers UPDATED


Flipped Classroom Challenges


Flipped Kindergarten by teacher Kris Szajner


Flipped Learning

BSR Update

By Teachers.Net Community • Jul 10th, 2013
















. Yes, I’m Still Alive And Living Naples

Posted by BattleShipRon

Kathleen sent me an email with some concerns from people here as to my well …

Kid Writing Help for Teachers from Author Isabell Cardonick

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Jul 6th, 2013


Kid Writing Author Isabell Cardonick With Kid Writing Help – Teachers’ Questions Answered – from the archives

Update: The Kid Writing book is available through various resellers (ebay, abebooks)  and may also be located by searching the McGraw Hill …

National Television Network seeks Subaru Owners who are Innovators

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Jul 2nd, 2013

National Television Network seeks passionate and articulate educators/teachers to profile in branded entertainment spot for air. Candidates should be teachers and educators who are innovators in their field, and utilize progressive tools and techniques to inspire students and engage communities. …

Lessons Taught Through Fear

By Susan Fitzell • Jul 1st, 2013
His face was two inches from mine. He was screaming at the top of his lungs. His words bit into my being and stung without remorse.

STEM Resource: Science and Engineering Library Available Online

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Jul 1st, 2013
Columbia University has an impressive library dedicated to science and engineering, and some of its key resources are available to the general public via this impressive website.

Are You A Radical Learner?

By Jim Knight • Jul 1st, 2013
The people who will save our schools are not the policy makers, the educational researchers, the textbook developers, the consultants, or anyone else who works outside of a school. Our schools will be saved by the teachers, principals, superintendents, and other educators who live to learn. This new group, people I call radical learners, is emerging in schools all across the world.

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