By Jennifer Davis Bowman Ed.D.
It’s that time of year again and thus I was thinking of ways to insert holiday concepts into my instruction. I was thinking what better way than to steal ideas from the beloved Grinch! We are all familiar with the story of “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and thus, it …
By Sarah Powley
FFA is an example of the kind of interdisciplinary learning that our students need.
By Tina Bacolas
One of the best viral YouTube sensations I’ve caught in the past few years, “The Difference Between Cats and Dogs” features a Golden Retriever and its puppy. While this video has nothing to with education, it has everything to do the student-centered learning I saw taking place in that …
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Classics to help you plan activities for the December!
By Stewart Brekke
According to a recent study, for the first time in American history the high school graduation rate was over 80 percent. If the the rate of improvement in this statistics sustained, by 2020 the high school graduation rate will approach 90 percent. Since 2006 the national rate has increased by …
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The latest quotes for educators, posted daily on the General Interest Chatboard!
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A free resource that offers hour-long webinars on a range of U.S. budget related topics. Teachers will especially enjoy the Educator Toolkit, which includes lesson plans and activities on topics such as campaign finance, lobbying, and historic events related to the federal budget.
By Shabana Jameel
The author amkes the case for Muslim children being allowed to participate in Halloween traditions. “There are no documented accounts of Muslim children who ended up apostatizing because they wore a Halloween costume and went trick or treating.”
|Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.11 No.12||December 2014|
|Harry & Rosemary Wong: Effective Teaching|
|Making Deals Is Ineffective|
|Cover Story by Todd R. Nelson|
|How to Honor Diversity Without Inhibiting Holiday Joy - The Universal Liturgy of Light|
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