Do you have students who are not living up to their potential? By shifting responsibility for learning to students, students take control of their learning, which increases engagement, and in turn, increases student achievement. There are several characteristics of student ownership of learning.
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As I was young and easy, my childhood was ruined by beautiful writing and high-minded values and verbal expression, and I blame it all on poetry. For years, my parents left this dangerous, unstable writing lying around the house in plain sight. It was, alas, the era before parent advisory …
Recently, a team of archaeologists in the Dagobah system discovered an ancient parchment. Estimated to date from at least four million years B.C., or as researchers stated, “a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away,” it is written in a language resembling a clumsy and annoying version of …
Check out these books by Todd R. Nelson…entertaining writer, columnist, progressive educator and school principal!
13 tips for making the teacher-paraprofessional a smooth-working team!
Science, technology, engineering, arts, and math–STEAM–these explorations are crucial for laying a solid foundation for later learning. In this book, discover 100 activities that let children ages 3-6 explore the science of music and sound using materials easy to find for a preschool classroom.
You’re probably familiar with the periodic table — you may have even memorized all the elements. But do you know how they’re used outside of chemistry class?
Knowledge of NOS encompasses adequate understanding of science as a body of knowledge that is tentative, subjective (theory-laden), creative, imaginative, is based on empirical evidence, a product of observation and inference and culturally embedded. Such knowledge that can be explained using theories and laws is necessary for a scientifically literate …
Johnson wrote Code 7 because unlike any other time in our history, he believes we can help our upcoming generation take charge of their lives to better the world, regardless of their financial circumstances, educational resume, family background, or cultural or religious upbringing. Code 7 provides a road map for …
|Teachers.Net Gazette Vol.14 No.3||Oct 2017|
|Cover Story by Sarah Powley|
|Writing Like a Scientist – A Model Project of Disciplinary Literacy|
|More Teacher Articles...|
|»||Classroom Management Articles by Harry and Rosemary WongHarry K. & Rosemary Wong|
|»||Increasing Student Ownership of LearningBarbara Blackburn|
|»||Classroom Management Articles by Harry K. Wong and Rosemary Wong – All FREE here!Harry K. & Rosemary Wong|
|»||Poetry Ruined My LifeTodd R. Nelson|
|»||When Yoda Taught Pre-KAbigail Flesch Connors|
|»||The Learning Curve, and Other Books by Todd NelsonTeachers.Net News Desk|
|»||Tips for Success When Working with ParaprofessionalsTeachers.Net News Desk|
|»||Exploring the Science of Sounds: 100 Musical Activities for Young ChildrenAbigail Flesch Connors|
|»||Periodic Table of TechTeachers.Net News Desk|
|»||Teaching Nature of Science (NOS) to Elementary StudentsRanu Roy|
|»||Code 7: Cracking the Code for an Epic LifeTeachers.Net News Desk|
|»||Crowd & The Cloud – Citizen Science ProjectsInternet Scout Report|
|»||Use TreeSnap App to Assist In Forest StudyInternet Scout Report|
|»||Think Like a Scientist – ResourceInternet Scout Report|
|»||Writing Like a Scientist – A Model Project of Disciplinary LiteracySarah Powley, Education Coach|
|»||Apple Seeds – Quotes for EducatorsBarb Stutesman|
|»||How to Avoid Flaws in Teacher FeedbackJeny Rapheal|