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Archive for the ‘October 2011’ Category

Detecting the Scam: Nelson Mandala’s Gift – Ten Powers of Negotiations

By Robert Rose • Oct 30th, 2011

Nelson Mandala’s amazing ability to negotiate successfully with the men who had imprisoned him for 27 years and what they did to his countrymen for centuries is what Michael Friedlander shares in his book, DETECTING THE SCAM: Nelson Mandala’s Gift

Today’s Links!

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Oct 30th, 2011

Make Block Play More Open-Ended with These Ideas – Karen’s PreK Page– by Karen Cox

Words—Are We Teaching the Right Ones?– by literacy expert Cheryl Sigmon

The need is critical. Can you help today? Thank you!!

School Photographs

Iowa – Grant Development Workshop

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Oct 29th, 2011

The Grant Training Center

Professional Grant Development Workshop

Master the techniques of writing superior and winning proposals

Proposal Writing I:   November 9 – 11, 2011

To be held at the:

University of Iowa

Iowa City, Iowa

Sponsored by: The Grant

Education Related Bloggers: Let Us Make You Famous!

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Oct 29th, 2011

We’re looking for a few great blog posts to feature in future issues of Teachers.Net Gazette.

If you blog about issues in education, we’d love to consider your well-written commentary, teaching tips, classroom management ideas, etc. for the spotlight in …

Memory, Trauma: Implications for Teaching and Learning

By Teachers.Net Community • Oct 16th, 2011
Dr. Robert Rose interviewed Jeanne McElvaney, author of Spirit Unbroken: Abby's Story. Within the fascinating article about what the author learned from the horrors she experienced during childhood sexual abuse, is discussion about the brain, memory and the implications for teaching and learning.

October: More Than Halloween

By Tim Newlin • Oct 14th, 2011

Halloween is the 2nd most commercially successful holiday, out-done only by Christmas, and it has spread back to Europe like wildfire in the last 10 years. Advertisers of all kinds, supermarkets, toy outlets, film and game suppliers, pumpkin farmers, …

The Childhood Obesity Epidemic – Infographic

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Oct 12th, 2011

Childhood Obesity Epidemic Infographic
Brought to you by MAT@USC Masters in Teaching

Geography Quiz from I Used to Know That: Geography Stuff You Forgot From School by Will Williams

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Oct 3rd, 2011

Geography Quiz
By Will Williams
Author of I Used To Know That: Geography
Stuff You Forgot From School


“Without geography, you’re nowhere.”
– Jimmy Buffett

1. The Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn are two imaginary lines

New Book Helps Teens and Parents Deal With Harassment

By Teachers.Net News Desk • Oct 1st, 2011
Hey, Back Off! Tips for Stopping Teen Harassment by Jennie Withers with Phyllis Hendrickson, M. Ed (New Horizon Press, September 2011) offers parents, teens and educators the first book of effective tools for combating the growing epidemic of harassment among teens. Written in clear, easy-to-read, teen-friendly style, this powerful read uses narrative real-life examples and stories that are relatable to teens, while incorporating strategies and coping tips not only for teens, but also parents and educators.

TEACHING is … Recommending the New Book by Marjan Glavac

By Robert Rose • Oct 1st, 2011
Teaching Is ... is a colorful book with statements, questions, and commentaries about teachers, children, and teaching in general. Marjan Glavac is a Canadian veteran teacher who has seen and done it all and we shared our experiences in two one hour radio sessions.

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