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Jun 2017
Vol 14 No 2
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Why the Bullying Will Continue. Prove Me Wrong!

By Robert Rose

Admit it. You have been bullied many times in your life. More than likely, you have been the bully at times too. Once you understand my definition of bullying you'll see why I believe bullying is so hard to defeat.
 
To me bullying is the process of one person with more real or perceived physical, mental, social, emotional, financial or legal power using it to coerce or persuade another to do something whether s/he wants to do it, and which may not be in her/his best interest or causes that person harm in some way....

From the Teachers.Net Community

Links & Likes

By Teachers.Net News Desk

Links and Likes for June! New links and likes are added throughout each week, so check back often. …

Teaching At-Risk Kids – Your Required Summer Assignment

By Bill Page

This strategy virtually guarantees participation and dialogue.

Art for Newsletters, Classroom Web Site, Student Work, PTO Notices – at bargain price!

By Teachers.Net News Desk

Illustrations bring alive your newsletters, student work, school signs, etc. Here’s a bargain for those looking for rights to original art directly from the artist.

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

By Karen Cox


Karen Cox, teacher and creator of prekinders.com shares ideas for enhancing the all-important Block Play Center in any classroom! (Click on images …

Writing Like Picasso

By Todd R. Nelson

At the parent-teacher conference, Jonathan’s mother explained the cause of his struggles with my assignments: “He writes like Picasso. When he sees a page of text, it’s like a canvas. …

Discipline and Differentiation – Advice for Substitute Teachers

By Barbara Pressman

The author of Substitute Teaching from A to Z fields questions about discipline techniques and differentiation of instruction.

IMHO: College Didn’t Prepare Me for Teaching

By Teachers.Net Community

My credential classes were crazy lacking in How To Handle The Kids. In California, we get our credentials through graduate school, and I think there needs to …

The Wedding of Q and U – Spelling

By Teachers.Net Community

Mr. Q, do you take Miss U to be your lawfully wedded wife?

Will you listen with interest to all her questions about quasars and quadrupeds? Will you promise not to …

I Useta Couldn’t Spell Teechur – Now I Are One!

By Bill Page

Back when I was in training, just as now, a prominent slogan was, “You are their teacher, not their friend.” (Meaning: you’ll never be able to intimidate the kids sufficiently, …

Living Green: A Turtle’s Quest for a Cleaner Planet – New Book by Artie Knapp

By Artie Knapp

New book with a green message!

June is…Full of Special Days

By Ron Victoria

June is full of serious and silly special days! Here in the bustling offices of Teachers.Net, we plan to observe June 22 in a big way!

Printables for preK – 12 Teachers

By Teachers.Net Resources

Free classroom printables from the Teachers.Net community. Do you have one you’d like to share?

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