By Barbara Blackburn
Do you have students who struggle in your classroom? One of the key aspects of instruction for struggling learners is the support and scaffolding we provide. It’s important to realize that support should be used at an appropriate level through the learning process. At the beginning of new learning, more …
By Harry K. & Rosemary Wong
Everything you need to know about managing a classroom!
Harry and RosemaryThe internationally known and sought after classroom management gurus, authors of the bestselling First Days of School and THE Classroom Management Book, Harry & Rosemary Wong share all 15 years of their timeless Effective Teaching articles, written exclusively for Teachers.Net …
By Dede Rittman
Your job as the teachers to be sure that you hand out papers which you have 3 hole-punched. Upon receiving the papers, the student writes the date at the top of the paper, and places the paper in the correct sequential order of dates in the correct section. Result? No …
By Todd R. Nelson
One year, Ms. Belyea, the art teacher, and I cooked up the idea of combining writing with art to produce a special, hand-wrought, bound, exquisite tome of creative work from the eighth grade year: an interdisciplinary “senior” book project.
“This project will involve art-music-language arts activity,” we wrote in the introduction, …
Using one of the most famous works in classical music—Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony—here is the perfect way to introduce a young child to the world of classical music. This charming and interactive picture book with its panel of 19 sound buttons is like a ticket to a concert hall, taking readers …
By Internet Scout Report
These freely available and downloadable writing guides from the Harvard Writing Project may be a valuable resource for high school and university educators working with students who need help bringing their composition skills to the next level.
By Dré Cleveland
Dré shares what’s “missing” in professional development in urban schools that makes THE difference in the classroom for all educators.
|Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.12 No.12||Dec 15-Jan 16|
|Cover Story by Sarah Powley|
|Under Discussion: Fishbowl|
|More Teacher Articles...|
|»||Three Ways to Provide Support and Scaffolding to Struggling LearnersBarbara Blackburn|
|»||Counterwill: The most Misunderstood, Misinterpreted Dynamic in Teacher-Student Relationships.Dr. Marvin Marshall|
|»||Effective Teaching, Classroom Management Articles by Harry & Rosemary WongHarry K. & Rosemary Wong|
|»||Disengaged: 10 Conversation Starters When Students are BoredJennifer Davis Bowman Ed.D.|
|»||Mid-Year Reorganization Strategies- Help Students to be SuccessfulDede Rittman|
|»||12 Surefire Ways for Both Co-Teachers to Actively Participate in the ClassroomSusan Fitzell|
|»||The "Senior" Book ProjectTodd R. Nelson|
|»||Coaching the Urban Educator: My Teachers Aren't Being Adequately PreparedDré Cleveland|
|»||New Book: Welcome to the Symphony: A Musical Exploration of the Orchestra Using Beethoven's Symphony by Carolyn Sloan and James Williamson|
|»||The Five Pillars of Islam: Lesson PlanInternet Scout Report|
|»||Harvard Writing ProjectInternet Scout Report|
|»||Apple Seeds - Quotes for Educators|