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Archive for the ‘November 2009’ Category

NEW POST! Something to be thankful for: Real heroes

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Nov 27th, 2009

A standout post from the main chatboard at Teachers.Net. The author is James Wayne. We encourage you to bring this essay to the attention of those about – and to whom – Mr. Wayne writes.

Something to be thankful

JUST POSTED! 2010 printable art calendar by

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Nov 23rd, 2009

JUST POSTED!!! 2010 printable art calendar! Tim Newlin has posted his 2010 calendar pages, decorated with his original and whimsical art – ready for you to download and print. You decide which pages are appropriate for use in the …

Webinars for Educators from the Metropolitan Museum of Art

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Nov 13th, 2009

Webinars for Educators by Metropolitan Museum of Art

Posted on 11/13/09

The Metropolitan Museum of Art offers “Webinars for
Educators”: a way for teachers to explore works of art and
museum resources though their computers by interacting
though online discussion …

Teachers.Net Contributor Has Passed Away

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Nov 4th, 2009

November 4, 2009

Teachers.Net has received the sad news that educator, lecturer and Teachers.Net Gazette contributor Dorothy Rich passed away on October 25.

Dorothy Rich

Former Washington Post columnist, founder and president of the nonprofit Home and School Institute, MegaSkills Education Center …

NEWS! Flat Stanley, Teachers.Net, a Disney Contest

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Nov 3rd, 2009
Breaking news!

New Aspergers Book

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Nov 1st, 2009
Tim Newlin, father of a child with Asperger's syndrome, calls this new book “Brilliant!” and says, "If you are the parent or teacher of an Asperger child, then you must have this book!"

Teachers Replace Chalk with Magic!

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Nov 1st, 2009
Teach By Magic offers a unique program designed to inspire student imagination, interest and engagement, ensuring that lessons are retained through innovative, fun, and visual lessons using magic tricks.

Standards, Assessments and Rubrics – Oh My!

By Hal Portner • Nov 1st, 2009
What do we want students to learn? How will we know whether they’ve learned what we want them to? To what extent can and will they apply what they’ve learned? And why should we want to know all this?

The Busy Educator’s Monthly 5 Web Sites

By Marjan Glavac • Nov 1st, 2009
From the Arts to Science to Math, some of the best sites on the web!

History, Pop Culture, Trivia: Writing Prompts for November!

By James Wayne • Nov 1st, 2009
Hook your reluctant student writers with fast-facts about Moby Dick, Frankenstein, Blackbeard, Joe DiMaggio, Nellie Bly, football and many other fascinating topics tied to November. Adults will find them

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