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February 24, 2009


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Iditarod Brrrr-eathes Life Into Tired Curriculum (Brrrr!)
The Iditarod sled dog race is the place to be in the weeks ahead -- if you want to breathe life into tired lessons. Engage students who have a little cabin (or classroom) fever with these ideas for working in language arts, geography, math, history, and spelling as they follow the race. Plus! Best Books for Teaching About... The Iditarod.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_special/march.shtml#iditarod

Ten Activities for Teaching About the Five Senses
Our senses allow us to enjoy our food, the sound of music, the beauty of a sunny day, the softness of a child's hair -- in short, our lives. With the aid of the Internet, you can teach your students about the special gift of the senses and how they work. They will encounter sound by making instruments, guess what is inside a feely bag by using touch, or rub a homemade scratch 'n' sniff gingerbread boy. Experimenting with the senses is fun for everyone. Included: Web links to additional "senses" resources.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson183.shtml


Special Reading Fun for Read Across America Day
Read Across America Day is celebrated each year on the first Monday in March. Here Education World offers five lessons for recognizing this important day. Plus links to dozens of great reading projects culled from our archives.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson301.shtml

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Best Books for Teaching About... The Volcanoes

Best Books for Teaching About... Writing Stories

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More Timely Lesson Ideas
Lessons for Teaching About Money
Celebrate Black History
Dental Health Month
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson298.shtml
http://www.educationworld.com/a_special/black_history.shtml
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson332.shtml

Lesson Plan of the Day
See last week's lessons; search lessons by subject.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/archives/dailylp.shtml

Friday Fun
Challenge students to create a human number line.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/friday/friday029.shtml

News for Kids
Scientist Spends 13 Days Underwater
Many lessons can be learned from a scientist who lived in an underwater habitat for 13 days.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/newsforyou/newsforyou067.shtml

Learning Game of the Week
Spelling and luck combine in the team game, "Spin and Spell.”
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/learninggame/learninggame036.shtml


Vicki Cobb’s Show-Biz Science
Which household cleaner is really best?
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/
showbiz_science/showbiz_science048.shtml


Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks
Math Games With Joanne and Jane

This week: "Skip Counting” preps students for multiplication.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/boxcars/boxcars023.shtml

Early Childhood Center
* Rhyme Time
This week's poem for Early Childhood educators:
Special Me
Thinking About Teeth (Dental Health Month)
* Early Childhood Teaching Themes
Dental Health Month
Kick off your unit with a finger play, more activities.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_earlychildhood/newsletters/

Bulletin Boards That Teach
Our Spelling Spot
This Dalmatian bulletin board is sure to get students excited about spelling.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/
bullboard/bullboard037.shtml

Writing Bug
You just found out your best friend is moving to another state…
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/writing_bug/writingbug126.shtml

From the Math Machine
Mission: Magnetite is a fun Web site for teaching relationships between percents and fractions. (Grades 3-5)
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/mathmachine/mathmachine004.shtml

Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans
Teacher-Submitted Lesson #1
Calculate discounts, sales tax on a classroom shopping spree.
Teacher-Submitted Lesson #2
Paper Bag Book Report combines literacy, community service.
Teacher-Submitted Lesson #3
Writing "takes shape” in this activity based on The Greedy Triangle.
Teacher-Submitted Lesson #4
"Shaving Cream Spelling” offers hands-on practice -- and clean desks.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tsl/index.shtml

Fact Monster Hunts
Primary Hunt March Hunt #1
Ele-Middle Hunt Hunt #23
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/archives/factmonster.shtml



Every-Day Edits
Primary Edits Animals A to Z: Quoll
Ele-Middle Edits Ohio, Dr. Seuss, the Larsen Ice Shelf…
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/archives/animalsAtoZ.shtml
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/archives/edit.shtml

Vocab-ulous!
Words that begin with S.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/vocabulous/vocabulous013.shtml

Work Sheet of the Week
"Definition Poem” -- study poems, write your own.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/worksheets/TCM/lang_arts_3_5.shtml

5-Minute Fillers
Volume #34
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/archives/fillers.shtml


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May 12, 2009
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End-of-Year Projects #1
"No more pencils, no more books, no more...” No more time? The last days of school soon will be upon us, and your students may already be chanting the traditional end-of-school cheer, but that doesn't mean that you have to succumb to the temptation to start summer early. Why throw away the last few precious days? Instead, blow your students away with some cool end-of-year activities that combine fun and learning. Included: Links to dozens of additional activities to fill the final days.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson268.shtml
A Puzzle a Day Provides Practice That Pays
A complete year of puzzles to exercise studentsÂ’ critical thinking skills as they practice math, spelling, moreÂ…
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson336.shtml



Memorial Day
What does Memorial Day mean to your students? Do they grasp its significance? Or the sheer number of American men and women who have died serving their country so the rest of us might enjoy freedom? Included: Five lessons help students understand the meaning of Memorial Day -- plus links to more than 2 dozen more lessons.
http://www.educationworld.com/holidays/archives/memorial_day.shtml
Fantastic Field Days
May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month. ItÂ’s also the time of year when many schools hold their annual field days. That's why Ed World's editors decided to leap in with dozens of great activities that are sure to make your field day the best one ever. Included: Five new lesson plans plus links to many more.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/lesson/lesson315.shtml
News for Kids

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Student Author Sells Thousands of Books
Ten-year-old Alec Greven is the author of several best-selling advice books for kids.

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Kids Can Lower Their Flu Risk
Two simple pieces of advice can go a long way to preventing the spread of flu viruses.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/archives/newsforyou.shtml
Friday Fun
"Get the ball rolling” with this idiom activity.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/friday/friday011.shtml
Vicki Cobb's Show-Biz Science
How can you speed up (and slow down) the way bananas ripen?
http://www.educationworld.com/a_lesson/
showbiz_science/showbiz_science059.shtml
Tech Lesson of the Week
Digitizing History
Students create a home page or small Web site based on a theme related to a recent history or social studies lessons.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/techlp/techlp066.shtml
Early Childhood Center
* Rhyme Time
This week's poem for Early Childhood educators:
What a Bug!
* Early Childhood Teaching Themes
May Flowers and the Five Senses
Integrate the senses as spring sprouts.
Water
Teach about one of EarthÂ’s most valuable resources.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_earlychildhood/newsletters/
From the Math Machine
Follow the Stars is a fun Web site for teaching about patterns. (Grades PreK-2)
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/mathmachine/mathmachine015.shtml
Plans
Teacher Lesson #1
For Memorial Day, students' essays build a classroom Wall of Peace.
Teacher Lesson #2
Learn about history by creating back-in-time travel brochures.
Teacher Lesson #3
Elaborate ruse teaches kids about good writing.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tsl/index.shtml
Vocab-ulous!
Memorial Day words.
From the Math Corner

Functions in the Real World
When we introduce students to functions, we typically bring the concept to life through the idea of function machines. But functions will really begin to come to life as our students find uses for functions in the real world.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/mathchat/mathchat010.shtml
The Math Machine
Time Travelin'
Students must locate the objects pictured on their dashboard and reset the ship's clock by entering the time shown on an analog display. (Grades 2-4)
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/mathmachine/mathmachine030.shtml
Math Feature
Math Online
Duane HabeckerÂ’s math Web site is a resource of assignments, homework tips, practice quizzes, and helpful advice for parents who want their children to succeed in math.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/teacher_feature/teacher_feature083.shtml

Strategy of the Week
Debates
Debates help students develop skills in critical thinking, public speaking, organization, persuasion, research, teamwork and cooperation, etiquette, and more.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/strategy/strategy012.shtml
Featured Articles
Comedy in the Classroom
Emily Oldak, author of Comedy for Real Life, explains the role of comedy in teaching and how it can ease the tensions of children in an unsettled world.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_issues/chat/chat057.shtml
Ten Tools for Reducing Paperwork
Ten online tools to help you reduce paperwork and have more time to teach.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/profdev069.shtml
The Field Trip
Class trips offer unique learning experiences and allow students to experience firsthand what they are studying. Nine tips to help you ensure educational and trouble-free field trips.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/shore/shore021.shtml


Tech Lesson of the Week
Digitizing History
Students create a home page or small Web site based on a theme related to a recent history or social studies lessons.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/techlp/techlp066.shtml
Sites to See
Family Fun Sites
These sites offer parents an opportunity to get involved in their child's learning as they guide their online activities.
http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/sites/sites015.shtml
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Be sure to see all of this week's new Lesson Planning content on Education World's Lesson Planning Channel. And don't forget to sign up for our weekly Lesson Planning Newsletter, one of 12 free newsletters available from Education World. If you teach young learners, you might sign up for our biweekly Early Childhood Newsletter too.
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Education World's Work Sheet Library includes hundred of free printables for use across the grades and across the curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Be sure to visit our Work Sheet Library for a complete selection.

Every-Day Edits
Primary Edits
Edit info about animals from A to Z.
Ele-Middle Edits
New editing activities month by month.

Writing Bug
Story Starter
You have been asked to design a new video game for kids. What kind of game would you create?

Coloring Calendar
August Calendar
Plus 25 ideas for using the learning calendar.

Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous! Activity
Labor Day words.

Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Using a Thesaurus
Use a thesaurus to find a new word to replace each underlined word.

Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
September hunt #1
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #1

Math Cross Puzzle
Solve a Puzzle
A puzzle a week, all school year long.

Geography A to Z
Places That Begin With the Letter A
Can you name all seven places?

More Printables
Work Sheets from Highlights for Children
Hidden pictures, rebus stories, more.
Mystery State
Use the clues to find the state.
Backpack-tivities
Involve parents in homework fun.
Work Sheet Library
See our entire library of free printables.

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Ideas for All Year Long
If youre looking for ideas you can use all year long, weve got some great ones for you. Recording the school year in pictures, a year of special events, a classroom book club, fun games and quick-tivities" for awkward moments … those are just a few of the ideas youll find here.
Grandparents Day
Ten activities for celebrating this special day (September 13). Plus more for Grandparents Day from the folks at Grandparents.com.
September 11
Activities for remembering, teaching tolerance.
Hurricane Watch!
Activities designed to help your students understand this powerful force of nature.
Spelling Ideas
Looking to beef up your spelling program this year? Youve come to the right place!
Classroom Management
Start the year off right with the ideas in Ed Worlds special classroom management" archive.
Back-to-School Icebreakers
100+ icebreaker activities for getting to know your students.
Class Rules
Ten activities involve students in setting rules.
The Homework Dilemma
Turn homework from a dilemma to a delight with these tips and special programs.
Be sure to check out our Back-to-School Archive for more activities and tips for the first days of school.
Lesson Plan of the Day
See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.
Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane
This week: To Sum It Up" teaches adding 3-digit numbers.
News for Kids
Check out our weekly news stories -- "ripped from the headlines" -- for classroom use.
Learning Game of the Week
Wacky Word Play" reinforces thinking skills.
Friday Fun
Older students and younger buddies team up for yearlong fun.
Vicki Cobbs Show-Biz Science
Gravity -- the force thats with us.
From Our
Early Childhood
Activity Bank

My Name Is…
My Name Is… #2
Back-to-School Bus

From the Learning Machine
Explore the coolest resources on the Web.
From the Math Machine
Planet Blaster is a fun Web site for teaching basic computation or algebra. (Grades 2-7)
From the Science Machine
Use Flower Pollination to explore the topics of biology and flowering plants. (Grades 3-12)
From the Reading Machine
Synonym Toast reinforces vocabulary, synonyms. (Grades 3-12)
Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans
Teacher Lesson #1
Compare Californias population in Gold Rush times to today.
Teacher Lesson #2
Older students create ABC books for younger students.
Teacher Lesson #3
Review spelling-word lists with this game.
Teacher Lesson #4
Reinforce math skills with Jump Rope Math.
Early Childhood Teaching Themes
Baby Animals
Community Helpers
Bulletin Boards That Teach
Classroom Monopoly -- This bulletin board rewards positive behaviors all year long.

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Best Books for Teaching About...Grammar

Best Books for Teaching About...The Human Body

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Education World's
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Explore the coolest teaching resources on the Web.

From the Science Machine
Use Tonight's Sky to explore the topics of constellations and space. (Grades 3-12)

From the Reading Machine
Sink It 'n' Solve It reinforces spelling, vocabulary. (Grades 3-6)

From the Math Machine
Mission: Magnetite teaches about relationships between percents and fractions. (Grades 3-5)

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For many schools and districts, the 2009-2010 school year will bring a "green" focus. It's gonna be cool to swap those BPA-laden plastic pencil cases, and disposable plastic lunch bags for eco-friendly reusable, recycled, or upcycled products. Not sure where to find them? Check out "Going Back Green," and learn how you and your students can have an Earth-friendly year.
And, as August draws to a close, it's time to get ready for September's special days:
September 7 -- Labor Day
September 13 -- Grandparents' Day
September 17 -- Constitution Day
September 19 -- Native American Day

This Week's Featured Articles
Going Back Green: Eco-friendly School Supplies
It's time again to stock the classroom with supplies -- and the choices you make can make a difference. Discover some unique and planet-friendly must-haves for this school year.

A Week in the Life of...
Penny Lowe's fifth graders chronicle their year -- and the resulting books become treasured family mementos.
Wire Side Chat
See Me After Class:
Advice for Teachers by Teachers

New teachers often feel as though they need to do everything right -- and end up feeling as though they're doing everything wrong. Roxanna Elden shares advice on surviving the first year of teaching.
Strategy of the Week
SLANT
The class participation strategy known as SLANT is a simple, easy-to-remember technique for helping students increase their contributions to -- and benefits from -- group instruction and class discussion.

From Our Classroom Management Archive
Ken Shore: The Classroom Problem Solver
Ten Mainstreaming Strategies
With the increased prevalence of mainstreaming, educators often find themselves teaching students they have little preparation for dealing with. These strategies can help.


Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Organize Papers for Meetings
Purchase a portfolio/organizer notebook from an office supply store to help organize papers for committees and meetings.
Classroom Management Article of the Week
From Beginning to End: Making Memories the Whole Year Through
Experienced educators share how they enrich their classes with projects and activities that take students from the beginning of the school year to the end -- while creating memories that last a lifetime.
From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom Management: Sit There!
Behavior Management: Class--ical Music
Motivating Kids: Morning Meetings
Book Report Makeover: Dear Author
Homework Tips: Blue Ribbon Homework
Best Idea: Memory Books
Testing Tips: You Are What You Eat


Education World's
Professional Development Columnists

Fred Jones's
Tools for Teaching

Bell Work
"Bell Work" is the work that separates the world of the classroom from the world of play. Discover hhow Bell Work can add teaching and learning time to your day.

Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
Be Prepared
Preparation is the key to being a successful teacher. The more thought and effort you put into your lessons and your job, the better teacher you will be.

Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
Seems Like We Were Never Gone
There ought to be a manual to soften the abrupt shift from summer to a new school year. Maybe I'll write it one of these days. In the meantime, here's a song.


Joe Martin: The Teacher Motivator
Teachers Must Earn Students' Respect
That is one of the most basic principles of successful teaching -- and one of the most difficult lessons for new teachers to learn: to get respect from students, you have to earn it.
Meet other members of Education World's Professional Development columnist team.
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Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Math Heroes
How much richer an appreciation our students might have for mathematics if we share with them the budding of new ideas in math heroes! It all begins with "I wonder…."

What's for Lunch?
Can students figure out which meal goes to which restaurant customer?

Integrating Math Across the Curriculum
Are you having trouble integrating math with literature, geography, art, or music? Discover how one teacher brought her love of running into the classroom and, in the process, integrated all areas of her curriculum. Math Games With Joanne and Jane
Place Value Snap: Place value 1 to 100. (Grades 3-6)

Math Mnemonics
Roman Numerals for 1, 5, and 10.

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The Writing Center
Mr. Cover's Class Reviews
In response to his students' lack of enthusiasm for nonfiction reading, Millard Cover introduced "Mr. Cover's Class Reviews," a project in which students become product testers and reviewers and publish their findings online.
Letters to Home
Alicia Harman's letter-writing lesson opens lines of communication between school and home.
Writing Bugs
The Best Advice
What's the best advice you ever received?
A Special Gift for a Special Friend
If you could give one friend a special gift…
A "Typical" Day
Then and Now

Celebrate Grandparents Day with this fun comparison writing activity. (Grades K-8)
Report on a Reporter
Invite a news reporter to visit class; write a news report about the visit. (Grades 3-12)

The Reading Room
Cathy Puett Miller:
The Use of Multiple Groupings to Improve Student Achievement
Multiple groupings are an effective way to deal with diversity in interests, abilities and learning styles: No child learns in only one way; no two children learn the same way.

Reader's Theater
Victor's Victuals
An encounter with a lunchtime bully leads one boy to join the crusade against hunger. But can Victor's new perspective turn Bull around too?

Reading Feature
Male Teachers Show that Real Men Read
A library media specialist thought posters showing real men reading and men talking about the benefits of reading could be just the thing to encourage more boys to pick up books. The Real Men Read program is so successful that it has spread to other schools.

Best Books for Teaching About...
Grammar
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Open House
When first impressions matter. Tips included.

Family Reading Night
Special event improves reading, increases involvement.

K-8 Schools
Is now the right time for elemiddles?

Using TV for PR
Districts use cable access to enhance public images.

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Have you seen the latest blog entries?
-- Cool School Tool #2: Geocaching Is Caching On in Schools
-- In Face of Budget Cuts, Principals Get Creative

Workshops Nip Behavior Problems in the Bud
When a number of parents expressed frustration over not knowing how to handle their child's behavior at home, one principal designed a workshop program to support them. Strategies to help parents help children become better students were presented.
Focus On…
PR for Principals
Principals are many things -- including public relations people. You are the "public face" of your school, the head cheerleader, and the crisis manager. The articles in this archive share stories and practical tips that will help you get a handle on all aspects of your PR responsibilities.
From the Principal Files
The School Day: Fitting In Everything Requires Creative Scheduling
Making time in the school day to emphasize academics, tutor students who need help, schedule planning times for teams, or meet many other needs is a challenge all principals face. Our Principal Files team shares how they make time for these things and more.

Newsletters R Us
Copy and paste this free content into your teacher or school newsletters.
The ABCs of Student Success D is for Determination
Caught on the Web Word Builder (All grades)
Fun Facts Volume #3
Parent Newsletter Template Back to School
Math @ Home Drawing to Scale
Parent Pointers Providing Homework Support


Education World's
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Carlton Ashby's The Power Is In You
Doing More With Less
I am blessed to have the opportunity to travel to Kenya each year to work with teachers there. I go there to teach teachers, but I return to my classroom inspired by how they make do with so much less than I can imagine, and hoping to model the lessons they have taught me.

Pete Hall's Always Strive To Be a Better You
3 Steps to Embracing Change
Change is scary. But as leaders of school improvement, we are faced with the daunting challenge of making change a necessity, a known quantity, and fun. Yes, change is fun! If you don't believe that, come along with me.

Diane Hodges Looking Forward to Monday Morning
A prolific author and a frequent presenter at education conferences, Diane Hodges offers ideas you can use to drive your staff happy! This week…
Going Above and Beyond
--- Extra-Miler Award
--- Power of One Award
--- Red Apple Award
--- Superintendent's Award
--- Quote This!
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Take Five for…
Offering advice to first-year principals. (Part 2)

Pawlas on PR
Principals, PTO presidents send letters of welcome.

How I Handled…
A complaint about a teacher's use of sexual innuendo in the classroom.

Principal Ideas #33
Building student respect, Have-It-Your-Way fundraiser, local PR, more...

Instant Meeting #23
A Venn diagram can help when you face a big decision.

Exceptional Event
Open House

Morning Math
Questions for Week #2

More Features
Turnaround Tales
School Grants
Administrators Message Board

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Paul Youngs Young @ Heart
The No-Hat Rule
Would you agree that manners and respect for decorum are values that are heading the way of the horse and buggy? Paul Young says a return to teaching manners in school must start at the top -- so take off those ballcaps! Take them off at school performances and there will be less talking and restlessness, fewer people getting up and walking around…
Leah Davies, The Teacher Counselor
Teaching Perseverance
Albert Einstein once said, "Its not that I'm so smart, its just that I stay with problems longer." Working through challenges when the going gets rough is a life skill that teachers can teach. Included: Ten activities for teaching about perseverance.
Mr. Ivan:
The Principal Poet

Friday
Education Worlds resident poet, Mr. Ivan, presents a poem that is sure to bring grins to school leaders everywhere. This weeks poem is Friday.
Weekends start at three oclock
About nine months of the year,
But soon comes Monday morning
And an end to weekend cheer…

Read more…
Meet the other members of Education World's columnist team:
Larry Bell
Evelyn Cortez-Ford
George Pawlas
Don Peek


More from the Administrator's Desk
Wire Side Chat
Wonder Years Actress Extols Wonders of Math
After endearing herself to TV viewers as Winnie Cooper on The Wonder Years, actress Danica McKellar discovered her love and aptitude for mathematics. McKellar hopes her book, Math Doesnt Suck, makes math more understandable for girls.
Last Week's Featured Article
Student Spellers Earn Dollars for School
While looking for ways to raise money without spending money, a retired teacher heard about a spell-a-thon at another school and brought the idea to her former colleagues. Pledges students earned for correctly-spelled words yielded $15,000 for the school. Included: Suggestions for organizing, promoting a spell-a-thon.

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Being a Successful Principal: Riding the Wave of Change Without Drowning
This collection of insights, anecdotes, gifts, and guidance on shared leadership in schools is written by principals for principals -- the book, the authors say, "we wish we could have had when we began or careers as administrators." It's a book of theory evolved into day-to-day practice, with subjects that include trusting in yourself and others; learning to change; handling change without being swept away; assessing students, staff, and schools; the administrator as mediator; and standing your ground while maintaining your relationships.
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Ed Heads: News from Around the Education World
Education World shares education headlines in the news. What Teachers Have Learned
After experts discuss the value of education degrees, teachers offer their views on whether teacher prep programs are necessary, or if subject-matter expertise and life experience matter more.

Schools Prepare for the Worst as Flu Looms
As Minnesota's schools prepare to open, administrators are shoring up their defenses against a new round of swine flu outbreaks. And those preparations are getting creative.

Kids Learn to 'Cowboy Up'
In Arizona, the Cowboys and Kids program is teaching school kids about the rodeo and how they can use the cowboy philosophy in their daily life to make positive choices and build character.

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Has the length of your students normal school day increased in the past three years?
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Virtual 3-D Lab Aims to Stimulate Learning
Students at a Baltimore County high school this fall will explore Mount St. Helens in a vehicle that can morph from an aircraft to a car to a boat to learn how the area has changed since the volcano's 1980 eruption.

Time for Class, Teach; Take Out the Tongue Stud
Teachers in one Maryland district attended a fashion show of appropriate -- and inappropriate -- ways to dress. Each employee received an "Expectations for Professional Attire" pamphlet too.

Advantages of Full Day Kindergarten Questioned
Officials in Utah are weighing the value of full-day kindergarten and whether to continue a $30 million initiative to offer it all day. Utah does not require children to attend kindergarten, even for half a day.

At Aiea Intermediate School, Engagement Is Key
Educators at a Hawaii middle school adopted the attitude that every student could succeed regardless of background; an attitude they say has led them to have some of the highest test scores in the state.

Study Finds Online Education Beats the Classroom
A recent report conducted for the Department of Education reached a most intriguing conclusion: "On average, students in online learning conditions performed better than those receiving face-to-face instruction."

Gates Foundation Seeks Education's Magic Pill
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded its most recent grants to districts that will help the foundation quantify what exactly makes a teacher effective and how to tie that to student achievement.

Fewer Male Teachers in K-12 Classrooms
In Illinois, the percentage of male teachers is declining. In Chicago, for example, there are five female teachers for every male teacher. Many educators believe this trend impacts the way kids learn.

See more education news headlines in our EDscoops Archive.

From Our "School Issues" Features Archive
School Issues Articles
Explore our archive of articles and columnist entries from recent months.
Fit To Be Taught
Check out news brief about how you can help grow healthy kids who learn better.
Turnaround Tales
Read about schools that have raised scores and transformed student achievement.
Read About It
Delve deep into our article archive via important keywords and topics.
Lessons from Our Nation's Schools
Teaming Up to Achieve
Ed World spent a year with the staff of a school in need of improvement.
In a Sub's Shoes
Education World news editor Ellen Delisio spent a year as a substitute teacher.
What Ever It Takes
Ed World spends a year with the seventh grade team at Bennet Middle School.
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Making fractions come to life with Web technology.
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Fun online drawing tool that can be used collaboratively.
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Young Investigators: The Project Approach in the Early Years
This book from Teachers College Press applies the project approach to teaching, which has traditionally been associated with the middle grades, to early childhood education. This can not only energize and focus early childhood lessons, but also lay a foundation for inquisitive thought that students can benefit from for the rest of their school years, even for the rest of their lives.
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Teaching Science for Understanding: A Practical Guide for Middle and High School Teachers
We all know that the United States has to "play catch-up" with science and math teaching, compared to other countries, and this book is a serious attempt to contribute positively to that effort. Science may be especially susceptible to passive, direct-instruction styles, and this author instead advocates active, inquiry-based learning. A unique feature of this book is a set of excerpts from popular science textbooks along with suggestions for making the content contained in those books come alive for students.
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First-Grade Proverbs
A first grade teacher collected old, well-known proverbs. She gave the kids in her class the first half of a proverb, and had them come up with the rest. Here are some of the proverbs her students created.

Better be safe than... punch a 5th grader.

Strike while the... bug is close.

It's always darkest before... Daylight Saving Time.

Don't bite the hand that... looks dirty.

A miss is as good as a... Mr.

You can't teach an old dog new... math.

The pen is mightier than the... pigs.

A penny saved is... not much.

Two's company, three's... the Musketeers.

Laugh and the whole world laughs with you, cry and... you have to blow your nose.

Children should be seen and not... spanked or grounded.

When the blind leadeth the blind... get out of the way.
Torf Luck
I had an eighth grade student come and tell me that he missed three homework questions because he did not know what "torf" meant. I informed him that I did not know what it meant either. He showed me on the board where he had gotten that word. The board read: T or F.
Bio Fashion
Luis: What do fashionable biology students wear?
Mother: I don't know.
Luis: Designer genes.
Little Johnny Strikes Again
Little Johnny: Teacher, would you punish me if I didn't capitalize letters on my homework?
Teacher: No, I'd just mark you down.
Little Johnny: Oh, I didn't think you believed in capital punishment.

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Math Fact Practice
Fact Practice Work Sheets
Use these printables for addition and subtraction math fact practice. Coming soon: multiplication, division.


Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Subtracting Mixed Numbers
Solve the problems by first rewriting the fractions with a common denominator.


Writing Bug
Story Starter
If I were the principal of my school for one week, I would ...


Every-Day Edits
Primary Edits
Animals A to Z: Rattlesnake.
Ele-Middle Edits
California, Lemony Snicket…


Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
September hunt #4
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #4


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous! Activity
Words that begin with F.

Where in the World Is Mrs. Waffenschmidt?
Mrs. W: Week 3
Which European landmark is she visiting?



It All Adds Up
Puzzle #3
Find the missing numbers so "it all adds up."


Make Your Own Work Sheet
Work Sheets for Autumn
Create an activity for any subject.


More Printables

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Fall Lessons? We’ve G’autumn!
Children are in school, leaves are crunching under your feet, and the
distant cheers of enthusiastic football fans can be heard on Friday
night -- can fall be far away? Although you may not be ready to bid
farewell to summer, Mother Nature has another plan. Prepare your
students and yourself for the change of season by "falling” back on
these creative lessons with an autumn focus.

Writing Sonnets
Challenge middle-schoolers to write Italian sonnets.

Hispanic Heritage Month
Hola! September 15 to October 15 is National Hispanic Heritage
Month. This week, Education World offers a dozen lessons to help
students learn about the cultures and contributions of people of
Hispanic heritage. Included: Activities that involve students in
creating glossaries, reading and writing folktales, growing foods
popular in Hispanic cultures, and much more.


Quotation-a-Day
Use a daily quotation to develop students' writing and critical thinking skills. Included: 180 quotations to fill a school year.

More Timely Lesson Themes
Apple Lessons
Constitution Day
Teaching Tolerance
Teaching About Bullying
Every-Day Activities









Lesson Plan of the Day
See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.



Friday Fun
How many words can your students create with seven Scrabble letters?



Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane
This week: "Subtraction War.”


News for Kids
From ‘My House to the White House’
One boy walked 668 miles this summer to draw attention to the plight of homeless children.



Learning Game of the Week
Ask 20 questions to reveal a secret identity in "Who Am I?”


Vicki Cobb’s Show-Biz Science
This cola taste test may surprise you.



From Our
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Special Activities for This Week
Whose Apple Tree?
Apple Taste Test
Apple Recipes: Yum!
Leaves Are Falling
Leaf-Shaped Cookies
Leaf Match
Leafy Mobiles














From the Learning Machine
Explore the coolest resources on the Web.
From the Math Machine
Cookie Dough is a fun Web site for teaching place value and the spelling of number words. (Grades K-5)
From the Science Machine
Use KODAK: Close to Perfection to explore the topics of biology, insects, nature, and photography. (Grades K-12)
From the Reading Machine
The Grammar Gorillas reinforces parts of speech. (Grades 2-8)









Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans
Teacher Lesson #1
A BINGO-like game builds equivalent fraction skills.
Teacher Lesson #2
Learn longitude, latitude using yarn and a "human globe.”
Teacher Lesson #3
Create a class ABC Book of Tongue Twisters.
Teacher Lesson #4

A motivating way to review spelling words.








Rhyme Time: Poems for Early Childhood
This week, early childhood editor Sue LaBella presents…
Leaves Are Falling
Early Childhood Teaching Themes
Fire Safety
Autumn








Bulletin Boards That Teach
Quotes of Note -- Use quotes at the start of the school year to inspire your students to success.




5-Minute Fillers
Volume 18.



Just for This Month!
See our September Month of Fun, September Word Search, and September Coloring Calendar. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for this month’s holidays and special days.





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Math Fact Practice
Fact Practice Work Sheets
Use these printables for addition and subtraction math fact practice. Coming soon: multiplication, division.

Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Pyramid Math
Add the adjacent numbers together and write their sum in the block above them.

Every-Day Edits
Primary Edits
Animals A to Z: Eagle.
Ele-Middle Edits
Jimmy Carter, "Peanuts," Mount Rushmore...

Writing Bug
Story Starter
Imagine that you are the oldest person in the world. What kind of life have you lived?
Coloring Calendar
October Calendar
Plus 25 ideas for using the learning calendar.


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous! Activity
Words that begin with G.


Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
October hunt #1
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #5

Math Cross Puzzle
Solve a Puzzle
A puzzle a week, all school year long.

Geography A to Z
Places That Begin With the Letter C
Can you name all seven places?

More Printables
Work Sheets from Teacher Created Materials
100+ printables for all subjects, grades.
Phonics Word Search Puzzles
A puzzle a week all school year long.
Sudoku Puzzles
Challenge students with number fun.
Work Sheet Library
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Land ho! From Columbus to Cousteau... Education World has "discovered" great sites, lesson plans, and new ways to help you and your students as you explore the world of the explorers. From the New World to new worlds in space, travel with us as we share a boatload of teaching ideas. Included: Dissecting Columbus, celebrating Lewis and Clark, exploring America's westward expansion, much more.
Fall Lessons
Looking for fall lessons? We've g'autumn!
Fire Prevention Week
"Stay Fire Smart: Don't Get Burned" -- that's the message of Fire Prevention Week 2009 (October 4-10). Testing the water before putting a child in the bath may sound like common sense. Wearing short or close-fitting sleeves when cooking on the stovetop may show foresight. Those and other simple actions may be all it takes to prevent devastating burns. Included: A firehouse full of cross-curriculum activities and fire-related Web sites for Fire Prevention Week.
Hispanic Heritage Month
Ideas, resources for teaching about Hispanic culture.
Bullying Prevention Week: October 4-10
Education World offers ten lessons designed to teach students to respect diversity and resolve ideological differences peacefully. Included: Ten activities teaching about empathy, anger management, and effective conflict resolution. For more bullying resources, be sure to see our Bullying Archive.
Popcorn
Add a little pop to your week -- popcorn, that is. These lesson plans are sure to engage students as they create popcorn timelines, maps, and graphs; do popcorn science and math; explore popcorn history and nutrition; and munch leftover popcorn snacks too. Challenge middle-schoolers to write Italian sonnets.
More Timely Lesson Themes
Quotation-a-Day
Writing Sonnets in Middle School
Apple Lessons

Lesson Plan of the Day
See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.
Learning Game of the Week
"Math Madness," a small-group, computation game.
Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane
This week: "Break 100" teaches subtraction of 3-digit numbers.
News for Kids
The latest edition of the Guinness Book of World Records went on sale last week.

Friday Fun
Challenge students to create a human number line.
Vicki Cobb's Show-Biz Science
Discover how "lite" diet drinks live up to their names.

From Our
Early Childhood
Activity Bank

Special Activities for Fire Prevention Week (October 4-10), More...
Why Stop, Drop, and Roll?
Let's Meet at a Safe Place
Egg Carton Fire Truck
Find the Fire Exits
Get Low and Go (Fire Safety)
Fire Dogs and Red Dots
Pumpkin Graph
Make a Mini Pumpkin

From the Learning Machine
Explore the coolest resources on the Web.
From the Science Machine
Use Air Junk to explore the topics of biology, air quality, and health. (Grades 3-8)
From the Reading Machine
Punctuation Paintball reinforces punctuation and capitalization. (Grades 1-8)
From the Math Machine
Tangram Game is a fun Web site for teaching students to recognize and manipulate shapes and for problem solving. (Grades K-6)
Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans
Teacher Lesson #1
Fun quiz game format fits any subject.
Teacher Lesson #2
Students shop for one of five profiled families.
Teacher Lesson #3
Literature teaches about types of bullying, how to deal with it.
Teacher Lesson #4
Aesop's fables as a backdrop for citizenship, letter-writing lessons.

Early Childhood Teaching Themes
Colors Around You
Fire Safety
Rhyme Time: Poems for Early Childhood
This week, early childhood editor Sue LaBella presents...
Cooking Fun in the Classroom
Bulletin Boards That Teach
All-Star Effort -- This best-work bulletin board changes every week or two throughout the year.
5-Minute Fillers
Volume 19.
Just for This Month!
See our
October Month of Fun, October Word Search, and October Coloring Calendar. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for this month’s holidays and special days.
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Each week, Education World presents our Editors' Choices for the best books for teaching about popular classroom themes. Check out our choices and add your own recommendations to the Readers' Voices section of this week's themed booklists.


Best Books for Teaching About...Explorers

Best Books for Teaching About...Communities and Community Helpers

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Education World's Work Sheet Libraryfree printables for use across the grades and across the curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet Library

Math Fact Practice
Math Fact Practice Work Sheets
Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math fact practice. Coming soon: division.


Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Bear Addition Maze
Solve each addition problem. Then color all the squares that include the number 5 to create the maze.


Writing Bug
Story Starter
Try this fun challenge! Write a silly story in which every other word begins with a vowel.


Every-Day Edits
Primary Edits
Animals A to Z: Koala.
Ele-Middle Edits
Jan Brett, Illinois, frozen foods...


Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
December hunt #1
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #13


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous! Activity
Words that begin with M.

Where in the World Is Mrs. Waffenschmidt?
Mrs. W: Week 8
Which Asian landmark is she visiting?


It All Adds Up
Puzzle #8
Find the missing numbers so "it all adds up."


Make Your Own Work Sheet
Work Sheets for Thanksgiving
Create an activity for any subject.


More Printables
Work Sheets from Teacher Created Materials
100+ printables for all subjects, grades.


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Word Wall Active-ities Build Many Skills
A classroom word wall has many uses. A wide variety of activities and
games can be used to help reinforce vocabulary words that appear on the
wall. Included: Teachers who use word walls in their classrooms offer
activities that build vocabulary, spelling, and writing skills.

Following Directions
No
names on papers? No titles on compositions? No answers rounded to the
nearest tenth? Although most successful students recognize the
importance of reading instructions thoroughly and following them, some
students may master the skill slowly. Education World provides lessons
to help your students read, write, follow, and even evaluate
directions. Included: Lessons that make following directions fruitful
and fun.

Geography Awareness Week
Geography lessons can make a "world" of difference because geography is by nature multidisciplinary.

Bullying Awareness Week
Ten special activities teach kids about empathy, anger management, and conflict resolution.

More Timely Lesson Ideas
Reading Fun for All Year Long
Teaching About Thanksgiving Then and Noww
Native American Heritage Month
The Great American Smokeout (November 20)


Lesson Plan of the Day
See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.

Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane
This week: "T-Ball Multiplication."



News for Kids
Space Hotel Set to Open in 2012
Got $4.4 million? You could be one of the first to stay at the world's first space hotel.


Vicki Cobb's Show-Biz Science
Discover secret markings on license plates.


Learning Game of the Week
"You Can Count on Spelling" game reinforces spelling, math.


Friday Fun
Use maps to locate the most unique place names around.



From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank
Celebrating December's Special Days
Sharing Dreidels
Make a Kwanzaa Drum
Make a Dreidel
Nifty Necklaces Celebrate Kwanzaa
Perfect Piñatas
Joyful Jars (Ramadan)
Delightful Diyas (Diwali)
Las Posadas Cookies
Make an Edible Menorah
Kwanzaa Fruits















From the Learning Machine
Explore the coolest resources on the Web.
From the Science Machine
Use Science of Music to explore the topics of sound and music. (Grades 3-8)
From the Reading Machine
Chicken Stacker reinforces short vowel sounds. (Grades K-2)
From the Math Machine
Tickets Please! is a fun Web site for teaching addition. (Grades 1-2)









Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans
Teacher Lesson #1
Fun, fast-paced game for practicing math facts.
Teacher Lesson #2
Write fractions to represent vowels, consonants in words.
Teacher Lesson #3
Students have fun, review words as the play "Desktop Spelling."






More Lesson Ideas
Technology Lesson Plans
Mystery State
Early Childhood Themes
Phonics Word Search









Bulletin Boards That Teach
Merry Christmas Around the World -- Students use an online resource to complete this interactive lesson.




5-Minute Fillers
Volume 27



Just for This Month!
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Best Books for Teaching About...December Holidays

Best Books for Teaching About...Countries of the World

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November is a busy month for all of us, I know. But some things are worth making time for.


I received an e-mail this week from the people at My Teacher, My Hero
announcing that anyone who uploads a teacher-tribute video to the My
Teacher, My Hero site during the month of November will earn a $25
Giving Card from DonorsChoose.org.
It's a nice partnership between two worthwhile sites. If you're not
familiar with My Teacher, My Hero or DonorsChoose, they're both worth a
visit.

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From the Responsive Classroom
What Teaching Matthew Taught Me
When I stopped seeking Matthew out to say a friendly hello in the
morning, the students stopped too. When I snapped commands at him, they
snapped too. I was treated to a painful refresher lesson about the
strength of modeling.





Teacher Feature
Thanksgiving Favorites
Vallye Blanton's Thanksgiving activities improve attendance and performance.




Wire Side Chat

Okay, Grammar Still Isn't Fun,
But Everyone Can Master It

Veteran English teacher Marian Anders wants people to know that when it
comes to grammar, making the right choice needn't be an ordeal.




Strategy of the Week
Word Walls
Word walls, teachers say, promote literacy by providing a print-rich
environment and creating in students an excitement about words. Learn
how to create and use a word wall in your classroom.






From Our Classroom Management Archive






Ken Shore: The ABCs of Bullying Prevention
Cyberbullying Victims
Whether cyberbullying originates in school or at home, schools must be
pro-active in educating staff, students, and parents about the problem.







Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Storing Big Books
Dowel rods help organize big books and books on tape.






Classroom Management Article of the Week
Reward Systems That Work
Learn what to give and when and how you can encourage students to improve.














From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom Management: Homework Help
Behavior Management: Tardiness, Preparedness, Success
Motivating Kids: Encourage Competition
Book Report Makeover: Character Trait Venn Diagram
Homework Tips: Homework Teams
Best Idea Ever: Closure
Testing Tips: The Long and Short of It



















Education World's
Professional Development Columnists






Joe Martin: The Teacher Motivator
A Little Change Will Do You Good
I believe we have three choices when it comes to responding to change:
We either can get up (do something about it and learn from it), give up
(throw in the towel), or shut up (accept it for what it is).






Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Dealing With Backtalk
When students confront you verbally, everything they are doing -- the
challenge, the upset, the talk itself -- seems calculated to get you to
do one thing -- to speak! Could there be a method to their madness?







Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
The Evaluation Song
No matter how many years we've been in the classroom, the prospect of a
supervisor coming to observe can trigger all our fears of inadequacy:
"I'm still not good enough." A good time for singing!








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The Math
And Science
Corner




Featured Math Article
Teaching With Rap

Educators say rap's lively lyrics, meaningful messages, and familiar beat can be powerful tools for learning.


Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Enhanced Visual Instructional Plans

I'd like to propose an adaptation to a Visual Instructional Plan that also includes a thinking

Go Figure!

In my busy back yard, you can spy...?



What's the Difference?
Subtracting 3-digit numbers.



Math Mnemonics

How to divide fractions.


The Science Lab

The Importance of Space Suits
A demonstration of how a space suit affects an astronaut's blood.


prompt.
























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The Writing Center







Kids Can W.R.I.T.E.
How do you help students overcome their fear of the blank page? How can
you make writing an exercise in personal expression, not drudgery? One
key to better writing is better writing assignments -- and the Internet
has them.



Letters to Home

Alicia Harman's letter-writing lesson opens lines of communication.



Up-to-Date Aesop

Rewrite an Aesop fable in a modern setting.
Save the Library

Students write letters to save a library from closure.




Writing Bugs
Each Person Is His Own Judge

What does this Native American proverb mean to you?
What's a Friend?

What three qualities do you look for in a friend?








The Reading Room






Reading Feature
The Pilgrims Revisited
As another Thanksgiving approaches, are you looking for new ways to present the same old stories? Look no further!


Cathy Puett Miller
The Read-Aloud Experience
How do we move students from learning reading skills to becoming
engaged, thinking readers? We immerse them in the experience by reading
aloud.


Reader's Theater
A Turkey Takes a Stand
As the holiday season nears, Trevor Turkey calls for a new law that
would put an end to a beloved (by almost all!) national tradition.
















Best Books for Teaching About...

The Five Senses
Oceans














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More from Our Professional Development Channel

This ten-part series from the Department of Education
explores the components of a successful strategy for educating children
with ADHD.


Part 9
Behavioral Intervention Techniques for Children With ADHD

The purpose of behavioral interventions is to assist students in
displaying the behaviors that are most conducive to their own learning
and that of classmates.







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What's the Word?
Students use a free online tool to create crossword puzzles with vocabulary words.


Sites to See
Online Treasures
These sites represent a dozen of the most valuable -- or most interesting -- treasures on the Web.


Larry Ferlazzo's Best...
The best places non-tech-savvy people can find resources related to technology trouble-shooting and software questions.


Bullseye!
Tape the four sections together to make a large bullseye for your wall or bulletin board.


This Week's Techtorial
A Techtorial
Learn how to teach students in grades 4-12 to create a simple HTML page.



















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This Week's Featured Articles






Keep Your Computer Healthy
As winter flu season approaches, many of us head to doctor's offices to
be inoculated against the viruses that threaten our physical health.
How many of us remember to visit a tech specialist to "inoculate" our
computers against the pests that threaten them year round?





What Did You Do in School Today?

Kathleen Eveleigh's daily update gives parents and kids something to talk about.




Managing Technology: Tips From the Experts
Do your technology lessons frequently turn into free-for-alls? The
solutions may be simpler than you think. The Education World Tech Team
shares its secrets for teaching successfully with technology.









Education World's
Technology Columnists







Doug Johnson: Tech Proof
Is Educational Climate Change Ahead?
I believe a meteor is on the educational horizon that will give rise to
a new breed of educators -- that meteor is affordable 1:1 computing.






Brenda Dyck: Brenda's Blog
The Web and Teacher Growth
Is teacher "restlessness" a natural consequence of life-long learning? How has the Internet contributed to that change?






Nancy Willard: Cyber Savvy
What's Not Working
Before we can focus on effective strategies to address the issues
involved in youth safety online, it's important to reflect on the
strategies that simply are not working.











From the Learning Machine








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The IT Crowd

Practical Moodle Tips for Tech Administrators
Practical tips for enhancing Moodle for K-12 use.

Alma Rowe's
Gadget of the Week

geoGreeting allows users to send messages composed of letters formed by aerial shots of images from Google Earth.

Wednesday, December 2
3:00pm (EST)
Obstacles or Protection--Internet Safety, School Filters, Firewalls .
This webinar explores the views of K-12 students, teachers, parents, and administrators regarding Internet safety.


Tuesday, December 8
7:00pm (EST)
Last Minute Shopping: Tech Resources to Teach About the Holidays .
A webinar featuring the Director of the Discovery Educator Network, Lance Rougeux.






















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From the Reading Machine
Letter Matching reinforces spelling and vowels.





From the Math Machine
Line Jumper teaches about negative numbers and number lines.
From the Science Machine

Use Hooray! to explore the topics of eyes, vision, and biology.








Featured Site Reviews






Check out this week's site reviews:

Annenberg Classroom
Lesson plans, curricular materials, multimedia, more.




Think Green
Environmental resources for teachers and students.



Storybook Corner
Storybooks emphasizing family involvement.



Explore our Site Review Archives for more great sites. You also can keep up with our latest reviews by signing up for our Site Review Newsletter.




Perimeter Rap
Mrs. Burk, the rapping math teacher, raps about learning area and perimeter.




Ed Tech Tips of the Week
Using Word Wisely
Learn how to make the tools work for you.







What can you do with SchoolNotes? Check out The Redding Report.

























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From Our
Leadership Library




Weekly Folders
Need an easy and inexpensive way to reach parents?


Social Studies Fairs




Inspire young historians. Tips included.


Professional Development



More districts are bringing PD in-house.


Strong Department Heads



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PE Curriculum Jumpstarts an Active Lifestyle
Fishing,
cycling, and ping pong may not be expected aspects of the physical
education curriculum, but they are up-and-comers. PE is getting a redo,
with an eye toward exposing students to the kinds of active games that
can be enjoyed throughout life.





Of Principal Concern: A Blog for School Leaders

Have you seen the latest blog entries?
Cool School Tool #4: Kids Celebrate Earth With "100 Generations" Song
Plan a memorable school-wide celebration with this fun and educational
way to get students thinking about Earth. Classes can be part of
something larger as they write their own lyrics to a song and connect
with kids around the world.
Cuts, Cuts, Everywhere: Even Principals Get the Ax









Partners for Student Success
Hispanic Families Hear and Are Heard
As the Hispanic population increased, parent participation did not. So
one elementary school reached out to Hispanic parents to learn what
they needed. The result is increased participation, higher achievement,
and an unbreakable bond between school and home.





From the Principal Files
The Principal's Job
What do principals do? A principal's job responsibilities are
endless... They involve monitoring and mentoring, planning and
policing, evaluating and envisioning. A principal is a PR person and
policymaker, the hirer and firer, a cheerleader and a change agent. But
what do the students
in your school think you do? Click to read one of the most popular
articles from the Education World archive. A fun school-wide activity
too!



Focus On...
Team Building
Most principals will tell you that time spent building cohesive teams is time well
spent. Countless benefits are realized for student achievement and
staff morale when time is invested in team building. The articles in
this archive share stories and practical tips that will help you build
a winning team in your school.






Newsletters 'R Us
Copy and paste this free content into your teacher or school newsletters.
The ABCs of Student Success O is for Overcoming Obstacles
Caught on the Web Wall of Words (Grades 1-3)
Newsletter Clipart Library December Celebrations
Parent Newsletter Template December Holidays
Math @ Home Math Printables
Parent Pointers Listening to Children
quotED "Kind words can be short and easy to speak, but their echoes are endless."















Education World's Administrator's Desk Columnists


Pete Hall's Always Strive To Be a Better You
Turning Teacher Evaluations on Their Ears
The scheduling, the classroom observations, the reports, the
checklists... Teacher evaluation time is an exhausting time. Just ask
our ulcers. But when you keep SITTM in mind, and pair it with frequent
classroom walk-throughs, students end up the big winners.





Diane Hodges' Looking Forward to Monday Morning
A prolific author and a frequent presenter at education conferences, Diane Hodges offers ideas you can use to drive your staff happy! This week...






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From Our
Admin Feature Archive





Exceptional Event
Plan to paint a playground map.


Pawlas on PR
Is it time to give your office a child-friendly makeover?


Take Five for...
Giving advice to job seekers. (Part 2)


How I Handled...
A custodian who wasn't doing his job.


Principal Ideas #45
Birthday basket, themed reading months, peer walk-throughs, more...


Instant Meeting #35
Too many people talking at once? Try the "talking stick."


Morning Math
Questions for Week #14


More Features
Turnaround Tales
School Grants
Administrators Message Board




























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Holiday Caring
--- Shoebox Gifts
--- Cookie Exchange
--- Grin and Share It!





It's Just Not That Simple
"...The people most visibly drawn to extolling the joys and the
privileges of teaching are high-powered attorneys, successful venture
capitalists, and exceedingly youthful movie stars... meaning they have
not come near an actual school in quite a while."



Paul Young's Young @ Heart
Truth Decay in the Principalship
A dentist's lecture about tooth decay has Paul Young thinking about
another kind of decay -- truth decay -- that can cause all kinds of
problems for principals. Avoiding truth decay, while not always the
easy path, can pay great dividends for principals.




Leah Davies, The Teacher Counselor
Instilling Perseverance in Children
Albert Einstein once said, "It's not that I'm so smart, it's just that
I stay with problems longer." Working through challenges when the going
gets rough is a life skill that teachers can teach. Included: Ten
activities for teaching about perseverance.





Mr. Ivan:
The Principal Poet

"The Lunch Line Pioneer"
Education World's resident poet, Mr. Ivan, presents a poem that is sure
to bring grins to school leaders everywhere. This week's poem is "The
Lunch Line Pioneer."
In history class last Friday

I learned of pioneers

Who drove their covered wagons

Way out West for years...

Read more...







Meet the other members of Education World's columnist team:
Carlton Ashby
Larry Bell
Evelyn Cortez-Ford
Sandra Harris
Diane Hodges
George Pawlas
Don Peek















More from the Administrator's Desk


Wire Side Chat
Motivating Teachers: A Wire Side Chat with Todd Whitaker
"Outstanding principals know that if they have great teachers, they have a great school," Todd Whitaker, author of Motivating and Inspiring Teachers, told Education World. Whitaker shared his tips for motivating teachers.




Last Week's Featured Article
Principal’s Tough Stand Turns School Around
Frustrated by what he considered low expectations and minimal structure
at American Indian Public Charter School, Dr. Ben Chavis set out to
reform the school instituting no-nonsense policies regarding
attendance, appearance, and instruction. And it worked.






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Education World's Work Sheet Library includes hundreds of free printables for use across the grades and across the curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet Library for a complete selection.



Math Fact Practice
Math Fact Practice Work Sheets
Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math fact practice. Coming soon: division.



Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Pot-of-Gold Addition
Solve each addition problem and write the sum in the pot of gold.



Writing Bug
Story Starter
Write about a goal you have for the year ahead.


Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
January hunt #1
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #15


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous! Activity
Martin Luther King Jr. Day words.


Where in the World Is Mrs. Waffenschmidt?
Mrs. W: Week 10
Which European landmark is she visiting?



It All Adds Up
Puzzle #10

Find the missing numbers so “it all adds up.”


Make Your Own Work Sheet
Worksheets for Winter, Martin Luther King Day...
Create an activity for any subject.


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Winter Welcome
Snowmen, skating, skiing... it's winter! In many parts of the world,
winter's snow and chilly temperatures offer a teachable moment that
should not be missed. But even kids in warm places love to “experience”
winter. Included: A blizzard of activities for bringing the wonder of
winter into the classroom.

Don't Waste a Minute
Dozens of mini lessons to keep kids busy -- and learning -- every minute of the day.

Martin Luther King, Jr.
The
life of American hero Martin Luther King, Jr., offers many teaching
opportunities. This week, Education World presents cross-curricular and
cross-grade lessons teachers can use to teach student about King's life
and legacy. Included: More than 20 lessons, countless teaching
resources.

Substitute Survival
Ten anytime activities for substitutes -- and classroom teachers too.

More Timely Lesson Ideas
December's Multicultural Holidays
Learn About the Wright Brothers

Whiteboards Stimulate Student Learning



Lesson Plan of the Day
See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.



Friday Fun
Students' signatures create a larger-than-life image of M.L. King.


News for Kids
Ancient SuperCroc Had Cousins
Five ancient crocodile species were recently discovered in Africa's Sahara desert.


Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane
This week: “Baseball Three” teaches multiplying 2-digit numbers.


Learning Game of the Week
Review many skills with the "Concentration" Review Game.


Vicki Cobb's Show-Biz Science
A playground swing is really a timing device.





From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank


Special Activities for the Winter, the 100th Day of School, More...
Remember Others on the 100th Day of School
Estimate It on the 100th Day
Emperor Penguins of Ant-ART-ica
Mitten Match
Floating Icebergs
Sparkly Snow (Art)
Sharing – Yes or No? (Flu Season)
Brown Bear, Brown Bear


From the Learning Machine
Explore the coolest resources on the Web.

From the Reading Machine
Letter Matching reinforces spelling and vowels. (Grades K-2)
From the Math Machine
Line Jumper is a fun Web site for teaching about basic operations, negative numbers, and number lines. (Grades 1-7)
From the Science Machine

Use Hooray! to explore the topics of eyes, vision, and biology. (Grades 2-6)



Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans

Teacher Lesson #1
A game that builds vocabulary and provides a fun break too.

Teacher Lesson #2
Pictures inspire haiku writing and sharing.

Teacher Lesson #3
Students write a diary from an animal's perspective.


More Lesson Ideas

Technology Lesson Plans
Mystery State
Early Childhood Themes
Phonics Word Search



Bulletin Boards That Teach
Cosmic Resolutions -- Students set goals as they create a galaxy of New Year's resolutions.



5-Minute Fillers
Volume 31



Just for This Month!
See our January Month of Fun, January Word Search, and January Coloring Calendar. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for this month's holidays and special days.


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Best Books for Teaching About…




Each week, Education World presents our Editors' Choices for the best books for teaching about popular classroom themes. Check out our choices and add your own recommendations to the Readers' Voices section of this week's themed booklists.


Best Books for Teaching About...The 100th Day of School

Best Books for Teaching About...Martin Luther King


See more great books for students and classroom teaching themes.


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I
wish Christmas would just come already so I can finally stop shopping.
It seems as though no matter how holiday-ready I think I am, I keep
finding new things to buy, or new people to buy things for, right up
until the minute the stores close on Christmas Eve. And if I'm not
actually shopping, I'm thinking about shopping, usually wondering what
to get those people -- and we all have a few of them on our shopping
lists -- who have everything and want nothing and give too generously to be overlooked.


This year, a friend offered a possible solution to the perenniel "What to give someone who has everything" dilemma by sending a flock of chickens
to Appalachia in a nephew's name. So when an e-mail about the Toys for
Tots Literacy Program hit my browser, I already was primed to embrace a
gift of giving. And, as a former reading teacher, this one seems like
the perfect present.

Read more.


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This Week's Featured Articles





Emphasize the Giving This Holiday Season
Are your students too focused on the “gimme” elements of the holiday
season? Teach them about the true meaning of the season by emphasizing
the giving over the getting.

Teacher Feature
Letters from Santa
Julie Woletz's high schoolers write letters from Santa.

Does December Spell Dilemma in Your School?

Focus on holiday education instead of celebration for a peaceful holiday season.

Strategy of the Week
Teaching Manners
Character education is a hot topic, but education in manners often
receives scant attention. Teachers who "teach" manners say, however,
that they notice a real difference in students' attitudes and academics.




From Our Classroom Management Archive






Ken Shore: Classroom Problem Solver
Hallway Hassles
Behavior problems often occur when students line up and walk through
the halls. That is not the time to relax rules or lessen efforts to
maintain discipline.



Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Storing Communal Supplies
Designate one area of your room for communal supplies that students can access easily.


Classroom Management Article of the Week
Wanted: Rewards, Rewards, and More Rewards
Education World takes a look at a wide variety of rewards used by
teachers in the classroom. If you are looking for a way to reward
successful students or good behavior, you might find the ticket here.

From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom Management: Who's There? (Taking Attendance)
Behavior Management: Table of Honor and Behavior Chain
Motivating Kids: Field Trip Prep
Book Report Makeover: Setting Site Search
Homework Tips: Calendar Kids
Best Idea Ever: A Penny for Luck
Testing Tips: Bubble Up!








Education World's
Professional Development Columnists







Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
Long-Term Planning Strategies
A little long-term planning can help keep you from getting overwhelmed
and stressed out in the weeks ahead. Emma McDonald offers a practical
planning system that will ensure a successful spring semester for you
and your students.






Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
PAT: Learning to Give in Order to Get
To learn time management, students must have time -- time they desire;
time they are willing to work for. "Preferred Activity Time" or PAT is
the time you give students to teach them time management and to give
yourself the opportunity to teach.






Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
This Is Why I Am a Teacher
Do you refuse to admit to your non-teaching friends that the school
calendar -- with its frequent breaks -- is one of the great joys of
teaching? Don't be afraid. Join in singing the praises of the coming
winter break.







Meet other members of Education World's Professional Development columnist team.


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The Math
And Science
Corner




Featured Article
Santa Claus and Newton's Laws of Motion

Students decide which of Newton's Three Laws of Motion applies to each of three Santa scenarios.



Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Winter Math
Whether you live in an area that sees lots of snow or one that never
feels a flake, you and your students can enjoy the fun and fascination
of mathematical snowflake explorations.




Boxcar Math
Snap Two It
Place value and adding 1-digit and 2-digit numbers.




What Color Is Your Balloon?

How many balloons of each color does Jeremy have to sell?



Math Mnemonics

Circumference of a circle.


The Science Lab

Underwater "Eggspert"
A demonstration that eggs contain air and how to test for it.


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Strategies for Teaching Pre-Writing
Good writing doesn't start with formulas and formats. Thinking,
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Write Your Own Life
Sue Flaherty's sixth graders write about their hopes and dreams as they contemplate their futures.



Folktale Writing

Author helps students write folktales of their own. (Grades 3-8)


Write a Song About American History

Songs about events in history inspire students to write their own song lyrics. (Grades 5-12)

Writing Bugs

A Strange Thing

You woke up to discover that you had been turned into a thing...
A Talk With Mother Nature

If you could talk with Mother Nature, what would you ask her?






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Holiday High Jinks
When a feuding cat and dog realize that their family is abandoning them
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course of events. What transpires is a fun tale of friendship with a
twist.






Cathy Puett Miller
Who's on Your Reading Team?
Whether you've moved kicking and screaming into 21st century reading
instruction or welcomed it with open arms, you know that teachers no
longer are alone; collaboration is key.




Best Books for Teaching About...
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Extending School Days
Adding time helps improve scores, curriculum.


Teaching Service Is Part of Principal's Mission
A year-long, school-wide service program engages students and their parents.


One Book Programs
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Learning Communities Share Resources, Strategies
For
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plans in the faculty room. In professional learning community schools,
teachers develop interim assessments, common goals, and share best
practices. Included: Examples of professional learning communities.





Of Principal Concern: A Blog for School Leaders


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Teachers Got Talent
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you've got the makings of a fun community-building Teachers Got Talent competition.
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Annual Day of Parent Appreciation
From early in the school year, parents in Philadelphia schools receive
a clear message that they are appreciated. "Parent Appreciation Day"
recognizes the contributions of families and shares information about
services to help parents navigate through life.

From the Principal Files
Team Teaching
Many successful schools share a common trait: they teem with the spirit
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social growth. Here Education World's “Principal Files” principals
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From back-to-school cookouts to morning exercises and student
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staff, and families into a single community. The articles in this
archive share stories and practical tips that will help you consider
the power of traditions in your school.



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The ABCs of Student Success R is for Respect
Caught on the Web Math Flashcard Game (Grades 3-up)
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Math @ Home Place Value Card Game
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Education World's Administrator's Desk Columnists



Pete Hall's Always Strive To Be a Better You
Confronting Concerns With Teacher Performance
The time is now
to confront the malpractice being committed by teachers who don't pull
their weight. If there are children in that teacher's classroom, we
have an obligation to provide the best possible learning environment
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Exceptional Event
Interest Fair



Pawlas on PR
Tips for making the leap to e-newsletters.



Take Five for...
Planning an Open House before school begins next year.




Principal Ideas #49
Principal's math sweepstakes, solid gold awards, staff Olympics, more...



How I Handled...
A personality clash between a teacher and a parent.



Instant Meeting #7
A simple strategy helps teachers keep their goals in sight.



Morning Math
Questions for Week #18


More Features
Turnaround Tales
School Grants
Conventions and Conferences
Administrators Message Board


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Supplies In Demand
“Within any ‘learning environment,' rich or poor, competition for
supplies is fierce. I don't care if you are at Choate,
Berkeley-Carroll, or Chickasaw Elementary: If you take a co-worker's
masking tape, you are just asking to be buried with a stake through
your heart.”



Diane Hodges'
Looking Forward to Monday Morning

Fun With Food #4: A Year of Food Celebrations
--- Celebrating With Food: Month By Month
--- Quote This!





Peek's Perspective on Grant Writing with Don Peek
A Good Time for Foundation Grants
This time of year is one of the best times to apply for a foundation
grant. In December, many foundations are still distributing money based
on their 2008 budgets. Many of them have to give away a certain
percentage of their money in order to remain tax exempt...


Carlton Ashby's The Power Is In You
Transforming Boys Into Men of VALOR
A few years ago, my colleagues discussed ways in which we might improve
behavior, academics, and retention rates for the boys we taught. That
discussion led to a mentorship program called Men of VALOR (which is an
acronym for the life skills we hoped to develop).



Mr. Ivan:
The Principal Poet


“One Child Left Behind”
Education World's resident poet, Mr. Ivan, presents a poem that is sure
to bring grins to school leaders everywhere. This week's poem is “One Child Left Behind.”
In front of me, there's Kayla.

She holds on one of my hands.

In back of me is Jimmy --

At least those were the plans...

Read more...
Meet the other members of Education World's columnist team:

Larry Bell
Evelyn Cortez-Ford
Leah Davies
Sandra Harris
George Pawlas
Paul Young





More from the Administrator's Desk


Wire Side Chat

The School Day: It's Not a Race; Let's Change the Pace
Chip Wood is a teacher and author of Time to Teach, Time to Learn. he shares his thoughts about the frenetic pace of teaching and learning.

Last Week's Featured Article
A Parent Engagement Model That Works
Administrators and teachers at many schools voice frustration at the
lack of parent “involvement." Based on his 19-year career in community
organizing, Larry Ferlazzo -- co-author of Building Parent Engagement in Schools
-- suggests that schools might have more success if they view the world
through the lens of parent “engagement" instead. Parent engagement is
about leading with our ears instead of our mouths.


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Best Books for School Leaders




Parents & Teachers Working Together
How can teachers build positive relationships with parents and work
with them to support their children s learning? This book offers a
wealth of manageable ways. It combines the voice of a master teacher
with spotlights of a dozen other teachers in action in rural, urban,
and suburban schools. Sample letters and forms throughout. Topics
include working with diverse family cultures; setting the stage for a
positive relationship; keeping in touch all year long; and involving
all parents. Part of the Strategies for Teachers Series from the folks
at the Responsive Classroom®.
Click to learn more or to purchase this book.

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Education World shares education headlines in the news.

On the Playground, It's Not the Fall -- It's the Landing
A new study documents the playground injuries at 37 elementary schools
in Toronto. The study found that wood-chip playground surfaces were
much more likely to result in injuries than granite sand surfaces.


Kids Can't Read? Hundreds Want to Help
Detroit Public Schools put out a call to the region Sunday to recruit
volunteers to do 100,000 service hours to help teach children to read
and retired mechanic Mark Durfee of Detroit didn't hesitate.


U.S. Schools Chief Stops in Atlanta on 'Listening and Learning' Tour
U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan has been traveling the country to
inspire a "competitive spirit" in America's schools and gather input on
policy. "Good ideas never come from Washington," said Duncan.


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Which, if any, social networking sites are you a member of?
Last Week’s Survey Results
Are you a member of a social networking site specifically for educators?
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Sally Ride on Mission to Inspire Future Scientists
America's first woman in space has set her sights on a new frontier --
making science cool for kids. In particular, Sally Ride's focus is to
get more girls to stick with science and pursue it as a career.


Skype Allowing Global Access to Students
Students in one North Carolina elementary school have spent many hours
this year traveling around the country. The students have been using
Skype to talk with classes in other states and countries.


Internet Grade Book Fosters Parent-Teacher Communication
Parents in a Florida county now can track their children's progress in
school with a Web-based grade book that gives them access to
information about attendance, grades and assignments.


Plans Set for National Certification of Principals
After years of talk and stalled efforts, the creation of a national
certification program for principals is finally under way, with plans
to launch the initiative formally sometime in 2011.


Can Gaming Change Education?
As schools become interested in using video games for learning,
neurologists are exploring what makes a successful educational game,
what the current barriers to adoption are, and how gaming affects the
brain.


Reading Practice Can Strengthen Brain 'Highways'
Students who practice reading can strengthen their brains -- especially
the connections essential to learning, according to scientists at the
Center for Cognitive Brain Imaging at Carnegie Mellon University.


Kids Teaching Kids
A science course at an Idaho high school has students acting as
teachers and mentors to fourth-graders. The student-teachers grade
papers and answer questions as they earn elective credit.



See more education news headlines in our EDscoops Archive.






From Our "School Issues" Features Archive


School Issues Articles
Explore our archive of articles and columnist entries from recent months.



Read About It
Delve deep into our article archive via important keywords and topics.
Fit To Be Taught
Check out news brief about how you can help grow healthy kids who learn better.
Turnaround Tales
Read about schools that have raised scores and transformed student achievement.

Lessons from Our Nation's Schools
What Ever It Takes
Ed World spends a year with the seventh grade team at Bennet Middle School.

Teaming Up to Achieve
Ed World spent a year with the staff of a school in need of improvement.

In a Sub's Shoes
Education World news editor Ellen Delisio spent a year as a substitute teacher.

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PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCE CONVERSATION
When a mother arrived for her daughter's parent-teacher conference, the
teacher seemed a bit flustered. As the conference got underway, the
teacher carefully started telling the mother that her little girl
didn't always pay attention in class and was sometimes a bit flighty.
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workbook. And I've even found her sitting in the wrong desk.”
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THE PROOF IS IN THE PUNCTUATION
An English professor wrote on the board the following words: “Woman without her man is nothing.” Then he directed his students to punctuate it correctly.

The men wrote “Woman, without her man, is nothing.”

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Welcome to our annual "BEST OF" edition of the Weekly
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Every-Day
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Grades 2-4
Every-Day
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Grades 3-8

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The teacher's guide helps you lead classroom discussions and
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news.

Writing
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Story-starters grouped for special days,
special themes, and anytime. (Grades 1-5)

Early Childhood Activity Bank
Our early
childhood editor, Sue LaBella, offers hundreds of activities
on dozens of classroom teaching themes. Check out our archive
today.

Math
Practice Work Sheets

Hundred of printable
pages reinforce basic addition, subtraction, and
multiplication facts. Coming in 2010: Division fact
sheets.

Learning
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Of the
Week

Dozens of games for making learning fun.
Check out a new game each week for use across the grades and
the curriculum.

Math
Cross Puzzles

Build a wide variety of math
skills with these math "crosswords." (Grades 3-12)

Hunt the
Fact
Monster

Build reading comprehension, cultural
literacy, and Internet searching skills. Two levels: Primary
(Grades 2-4) and Ele-Middle (Grades 5-9).

Mystery
State

Share a clue a day to help students
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Math Games With Joanne and
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Grammar
The
Human Body

Manners
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Money
The
100th Day of School

President's
Day

The
Senses

Spelling
Words
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Stories

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Welcome
back! We hope you had a pleasant and restful holiday and have
returned to the classroom renewed and rejuvenated and ready to
tackle the new semester with inspiration and
enthusiasm.

While you were gone, we took the
opportunity to republish some of our favorite professional
development articles and explore a few of our most popular PD
features. We hope you'll take this opportunity to read (or
re-read) them.

Then visit Education World to
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Articles


Going Green: Eco-Friendly School Supplies
From denim pencils
to scented book covers, school supplies available both online and in
stores prove that "cool" and "green" are not mutually exclusive.
Five
Crucial Conversations That Drive Educational
Excellence

Teachers can master the stressors in their
environment by engaging more consistently and more effectively in five
common -- but sometimes difficult -- conversations.
A
Parent Engagement Model That Works

Parent engagement can
offer a superior opportunity for schools to work with families to improve
their communities, their children's academic achievement, and their
futures.
This
Old Lounge

Design-on-a-dime expert Evette Ríos shares tips
to make the staff room the comfortable, inviting retreat it should be.
Teacher Feature
Dimes
for Charity

In Linda Biondi's class, positive behavior
earns dimes for charity.




From Our Classroom Management
Archive


Dr.
Ken Shore
, the "Classroom Problem Solver," provides
strategies for handling difficult students and situations.

The
Seatwork Slacker
Get successful seatwork from all.


Angela
Powell
discusses how to get it togther to make your teaching
more efficient and fun.

Storing
Big Books
Use dowel rods to help organize big books.














Education
World's
Professional Development Columnists


Dr.
Fred Jones
describes management strategies that make
classrooms enjoyable and challenging.
Tools
for Teaching
Tips for Substitutes

Tools
for Teaching
Implements RTI




Emma
McDonald
offers experienced insights and practical advice for
new teachers -- and veterans too.
Getting
Organized in the Midst of Chaos

Long-Term
Planning Strategies




Professor
Joe Martin
inspires and motivates as he encourages educators
to maintain a sense of joy in what they do.
Raise
Your Standards

Imitate
to Motivate




Eric
Baylin
, Education World's very own teacher-songwriter, pens
original lyrics to familiar melodies.
I've
Grown Accustomed to the Stress

Teenagers
in Love




Ruth
Sidney Charney
writes about the Responsive Classroom®
approach to teaching and learning.
The
Importance of Modeling

Logical
Consequences Teach Important Lessons




Leah
Davies
, creator of the Kelly Bear resources, explains how to
teach character- and resilience building.
Twenty-Five
Ways to Gain Students' Attention

Ten
Ways to Involve Fathers



Meet other members of Education World's Professional
Development columnist team
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Science
Corner

Math
Cats Math Chat
Wendy Petti provides practical
advice, creative ideas, and fun activities.
* What
Is Math?

* Math
in Real Life


Math
Mnemonics
Memory aids for math formulas,
concepts, operations, and more.
* Bigger
Bottom? Better Borrow

* I
View Xrays


Go
Figure
Math-based puzzles, problems, and
brainteasers.
* The
Creatures in My Yard

* What's
My Number?


The Science Lab
The
Earth Science Lab
Cheap and easy Earth Science
demos.
* Weather
From a Bottle

* Underwater
Egg-Spert



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The Writing
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Inspire creative writing with fun and thought-provoking
printable writing prompts.

A
Special Gift for a Special Friend
If you could give one
friend a special gift...
Each
Person Is His Own Judge
What does this proverb mean?


A quick and easy way to incorporate writing into your
day.

Goldilocks:
The Sequel
Write a sequel to the classic story "Goldilocks
and the Three Bears." (Grades 3-8)
Art
Imitates Life
Study postcards of World War I; create
postcards that reflect your life. (Grades 3-12)


The Reading
Room



Cathy
Puett Miller
provides expertise in reading and writing instruction and emergent literacy.
Motivating
the Reluctant Reader

Mining
Foundational Treasures in the Early Grades





Reader's
Theater
Original scripts provide engaging stories and
authentic reading practice.
Lace
Up Against Bullying

Dancing
With the Nursery Rhyme Stars




Best
Books for Teaching About...

Each week, Education World
presents our Editors' Choices -- the best books for teaching about
popular classroom themes.




























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These
engaging lessons focus on content -- and integrate technology.


scriptwriting
With a Wiki
Students use a wiki to write a
play.
Panda-Monium
Students categorize pandas.

Sites
to See

Themed lists of some of the best sites on
the Web.
New
Teachers
Find lessons plans, tech integration
tips, insight into education issues; more.
Homework
Help
Make homework more manageable with these
sites for students.

Teacher
Templates
Why reinvent the wheel? Use our
computer-editable templates instead.
Flyers,
Posters, and Signs
Learning center signs, event
flyers, a school-year calendar, more.
Language
Arts
Themed bookmarks, bookplates, shapebooks,
more.

Techtorials
Step-by-step tutorials on a variety of tech tools.
Save
Time With Macros
Create shortcuts to commonly
used computer tasks.
Mail
Merge
Personalize your bulk letters using Mail
Merge.

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This Week's Featured
Articles


Our
Favorite Gadgets

Members of the Education World Tech Team
share their favorite gadgets.


Ideas
to Inspire

Twenty-eight interesting ways to use Twitter in
the classroom.
Mobile
Technology Goes to School

Matt Cook's fifth graders use
cell phones to enhance learning and keep classroom doors open 24/7.


Education
World's
Technology Columnists


Doug
Johnson's Tech Proof

Doug
Johnson
provides an up-close, common sense look at teachers
and technology.
Working
With the Net Generation

The
Fourth "R"





Brenda
Dyck's Blog

Brenda
Dyck
, a preservice instructor, explores a variety of ed-tech
topics and issues.
Digital
Storytelling

Using
YouTube in the Classroom


Nancy Willard's Cyber Savvy
Nancy
Willard
is a former educator and attorney who focuses on
youth online risk issues.
Why
Teens Make Unsafe Choices

Schools,
the Internet, and Copyright Law


Larry Ferlazzo's Best...
Larry
Ferlazzo
, a community-organizer-turned educator, writes a
popular blog for teachers.
Web
2.0 for Educators

Economics
and Financial Literacy?





From the Learning
Machine








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Education World's Work Sheet Library includes hundreds of free printables for use across the grades and across the curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet Library for a complete selection.



Math Fact Practice
Math Fact Practice Work Sheets
Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math fact practice. Coming soon: division.



Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Funny Fish Fractions
Circle the fraction that shows the colored part of each set of funny fish.



Writing Bug
Story Starter
Explain how to build a snowman to a person in Hawaii.



Every-Day Edits
Primary Edits
Animals A to Z: Octopus.
Ele-Middle Edits
Edison, Hank Aaron, Chinese New Year ...


Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
January hunt #4
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #18


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous! Activity
Valentine's Day words.


Where in the World Is Mrs. Waffenschmidt?
Mrs. W: Week 12
Which U.S. landmark is she visiting?



It All Adds Up
Puzzle #12
Find the missing numbers so "it all adds up."


Make Your Own Work Sheet
Work Sheets for This Month
Create an activity for any subject.


More Printables<li> Work Sheets from Teacher Created Materials
100+ printables for all subjects, grades.
</li><li> Phonics Word Search Puzzles
A puzzle a week all school year long.
</li><li> Sudoku Puzzles
Challenge students with number fun.
</li><li> Work Sheet Library
See our entire library of free printables.


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2010 Vancouver Winter Olympic Games
Thousands of athletes from around the world will pull into Vancouver,
Canada, from February 12 to 28. They will be there to compete in the
21st Olympic Winter Games. To get students ready for this special
event, Education World offers more than two dozen Olympics-sized
classroom activities to help creative teachers capitalize on this
ultimate "teachable moment."

Celebrate Black History
February
is the annual observance of Black History Month -- a time to recognize
the achievements, contributions, and culture of African Americans. This
week, Education World debuts its updated Black History Month archive of
innovative activities to help you build your classroom celebration --
and to help you incorporate the African American experience into your
curriculum all year long. Included: Challenge students to create ABC
books, murals, and more about famous African Americans.

Groundhog Day
On February 2, (Punxsutawney) Phil your day with fun.

Valentine's Day
If you haven't prepared, don't be brokenhearted... these cross-curriculum lessons will put you in the spirit of the day.
Super Bowl XLII
These activities will help you be the coach to a team of open receivers.

More Timely Lesson Ideas

Celebrate the 100th Day of School
More 100th Day Fun
Winter Welcome
Valentine's Day Fun
A Salute to Presidents Day
Math Facts Fun

Antarctica Lessons


Lesson Plan of the Day
See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.




Friday Fun
Sort Valentine candies by color; calculate the mean, median, mode.


News for Kids
Olympic Athletes to Compete in Winter Games February 12-28
More than 2,500 athletes from about 80 nations will compete in this year's Winter Olympics.


Learning Game of the Week
Reinforce vocabulary skills with the "Secret Word" game.


Vicki Cobb's Show-Biz Science
Watch TV upside down on a piece of paper.


Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane
This week: "Junior Star Traveler" teaches adding, subtracting to 10.






From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank


Special Activities for Winter, Valentine's Day, More...
Winter Whites
Printing Hearts
What Would They Say on a Snowy Day?
I Love You More...
Valentine's Day
Counting Hearts
Have-a-Heart Relay
Create a Quilt of Hearts


From the Learning Machine
Explore the coolest resources on the Web.

From the Reading Machine
Fuzzy Lion Ears reinforces letters, vocabulary, and phonics. (Grades PreK-1)
From the Math Machine
Math Splat is a fun Web site for teaching addition and subtraction with fractions and mixed numerals. (Grades 4-6)
From the Science Machine

Use Solids and Liquids to explore states of matter. (Grades K-2)



Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans

Teacher Lesson #1
Fortune-cookie writing for Chinese New Year (February 14).

Teacher Lesson #2
Unique bulletin board challenges students' observation skills.

Teacher Lesson #3
Students practice doubling numbers in this game.


More Lesson Ideas

Technology Lesson Plans
Mystery State
Early Childhood Themes
Phonics Word Search




Bulletin Boards That Teach
A Patchwork of African-American History -- Create and display a patchwork quilt of notable African Americans.



5-Minute Fillers
Volume 34.



Month of Fun: January
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resource for kid:
Praising Someone/Giving Compliments Worksheet (Grades 6-12)
1 to 100 Matching Game (Grades 1-2)
Australia Word Unscramble (Grades 4-6)
Wolfgang Mozart Quiz (Grades 6-12)
Contractions Crossword Puzzle (Grades 1-3)
Sudoku Game (Grades 4-12)
Franklin Roosevelt Word Search (Grades 5-12)



Just for This Month!
See our January Month of Fun, January Word Search, and January Coloring Calendar. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for this month's holidays and special days.










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Best Books for Teaching About…




Each week, Education World presents our Editors' Choices for the best books for teaching about popular classroom themes. Check out our choices and add your own recommendations to the Readers' Voices section of this week's themed booklists.


Best Books for Teaching About...Canada


Best Books for Teaching About...Dinosaurs


See more great books for students and classroom teaching themes.




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--- Clipart by month to add color and fun to newsletters and Web pages
--- Holiday art so you can add bright and timely touches
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Like all of you, I'm sure, I've been horrified this past week by the
images of death and destruction coming out of Haiti. Even my grown
children are finding those images hard to deal with; their reactions
range from tears to "turn it off -- now!" If adults can't bear to watch
the devastation, how hard must all this live coverage be on our
children?

It occurs to me that in this era of instantaneous images, kids often
are immersed in disasters as they occur, making a tsunami in Samoa or
an earthquake in Haiti seem as up-close-and-personal as the local
weather. Our children no longer are just watching news reports of
far-away disasters; they are virtually experiencing them, literally
watching as victims suffer and die. How can we -- as parents and
teachers -- help them cope?


Read more.


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This Week's Featured Articles





Mindfulness in the Classroom: Skill 1
The notion of self-awareness is a concept we believe to be salient
whenever questions of relatedness to people or the management of people
(especially children) is involved.

A Battle for Better Meals
Chef Ann Cooper, aka The Renegade Lunch Lady, is determined that all
children have access to tasty, nutritional school lunches. So she's
launched a Web site that could make "mystery meat" a thing of the past.
Teacher Feature
Special Friday

Victor Vázquez's "Special Friday" activities address multiple intelligences, add fun.

Strategy of the Week
Multiple Intelligences
With an understanding of Howard Gardner's theory of multiple
intelligences, educators can allow students to direct their own
learning and understand and appreciate their own strengths.




From Our Classroom Management Archive






Ken Shore: Classroom Problem Solver
The Angry Student: Part 1
Your challenge in working with a student whose emotional temperature
often reaches the boiling point is to control your feelings as well as
the student's.







Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
After-School Tracking
Keeping track of where students go after school can be simple -- even when their home schedules aren't.


Classroom Management Article of the Week

Class Meetings:
A Democratic Approach to Classroom Management

Teacher Donna Styles established a format for class meetings that enables students to solve classroom issues on their own.














From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom Management: Bulletin Boards Made Easy
Behavior Management: Behavior Poster, Barter Day, Agendas
Motivating Kids: Student-Teacher for a Day
Book Report Makeover: Resume Writing
Homework Tips: Classroom Secretary
Best Idea Ever: Glue-Some Images
Testing Tips: A Guessing Game







Education World's
Professional Development Columnists







Joe Martin: The Teacher Motivator
Go for Your Teaching Goals
Persuade
yourself to buy what you're selling by overexposing yourself to your
own commercial. And what are you trying to sell yourself? Your teaching
goals!






Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Having Fun With PAT
Once you master the mechanics of Responsibility Training, operating the
program boils down to having fun with students and with learning.






Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
We Never Get Snow Days
This cold-weather song might not resonate with all teachers, but I hope
all will empathize with this teacher's lament penned after a poorly
timed blizzard.





Meet other members of Education World's Professional Development columnist team.






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The Math
And Science
Corner





Featured Article
Teaching the Mathematics
Of Music

Try these simple ideas to incorporate music or mathematics into your next lesson.




Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Convince Me
When, instead of passively receiving information, students become
hungry to convince and to be convinced, they become active learners.




Birthday Balloons

How many birthday balloons did Jenny's mother buy?




Boxcar Math
Beginners Skip Counting
Skip-counting in preparation for multiplication and division.



Math Mnemonics

Multiplying two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers.


The Science Lab

The Amazing Balancing Yardstick
A demonstration of an object's center of gravity.

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The Writing Center








Conferencing With Young Writers

How can we help students discover that writer within through our conferencing time with them?


A+ Ideas for Creative Writing

Susan Schweiker has a unique approach to building creative, confident writers: it starts with promising them A's!



Candy Heart Stories
Write a story that includes the text of a candy conversation heart. (Grades K-8)


Heads Up for Headlines
Write headlines that express the main ideas of news stories.
(Grades K-12)

Writing Bugs

Inquiring Minds Want to Know
Choose a weird headline; be a news reporter.
$100,000 to Spend
You have $100,000 to spend -- with a catch!







The Reading Room






Reading Feature

Using Fairy Tales to Debate Ethics
What better way to spark a spirited classroom debate on ethics than by
exploring the complex messages often found in fairy tales?



Cathy Puett Miller
Help Students Make Independent Connections
Help kids make the connection between instructional strategies and independent reading.







A Mysterious Message
As a school celebrates its 100th birthday, workers find a paper
containing a century-old code. Can students decipher its meaning?




Best Books for Teaching About...
Friends and Friendship

The 100th Day of School


































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How Tolerant Are Kids at Your School?
Students graph results of a survey about attitudes and tolerance in their school.



Sites to See

Wild About Wikis
Learn more about this mysteriously named tool and how to use it appropriately in your classroom.



Larry Ferlazzo's Best Science and Math Sites
Explore Larry's choices for the best science and math sites for 2009.






Reading Response Form
Encourage students to use this fun template to review the books they read.


This Week's Techtorial
Educate With E-Mail Part 2
Discover how e-mailing off campus can benefit students too.

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This Week's Featured Articles





Podcasts Promote Reading
Librarian Malissia Bell has challenged students to create 500 podcasts
describing their favorite books. Even parents and visitors are
encouraged to record a review to add to the collection, which students
use to identify great reads.




Special Features


Andria Batcheller's fourth graders go "on assignment" to cover Special Olympics.










Education World's
Technology Columnists







Doug Johnson: Tech Proof
Engage or Entertain?
Today's kids are more insistent on learning that is engaging.
Therefore, we need to make engagement the focus of our instructional
strategy improvements.






Brenda Dyck: Brenda's Blog
Using Technology With Language Students
Internet-based technologies have the potential to enhance and extend
the principles of good language teaching and to modify and adapt past
language activites.





Bernie Poole: Reflecting Poole
Gradebook Programs: Why Use Them?
The goal of good gradebook programs is simple: Data transformed into
information enables students, teachers, administrators, and parents to
better assess a student's progress in school.









From the Learning Machine









From the Reading Machine
Dress Up Olivia reinforces reading skills. (Grades K-2)







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Miguel Guhlin:
The IT Crowd

Managing Content in a Read/Write World
It's not how well a technology director controls content, but how
easily he distributes authority to end users to maintain their own
Web-based work.





Alma Row's
Gadget of the Week


LiteBrite
Create a virtual LiteBrite picture.


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From the Math Machine
The Crazy Pattern Machine is a fun Web site for teaching about math patterns. (Grades K-3)
From the Science Machine

Use Dancing Penny to explore the topics of heat, energy, and air pressure. (Grades K-12)






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Grey Matters
A site about the brain.



Probability Tutorials
What are the chances?



Teacher Lingo
A blog community for teachers.


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How to Be an Amazing Teacher
Steve Spangler teaches teachers how to create unforgettable learning experiences.





Setup for Success
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الرجوع الى أعلى الصفحة اذهب الى الأسفل
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عدد المساهمات : 1886
تاريخ الميلاد : 22/01/1989
العمر : 28
نقاط : 2508
تاريخ التسجيل : 06/03/2008

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Education World's Work Sheet Library includes hundreds of free printables for use across the grades and across the curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet Library for a complete selection.

Math Fact Practice
Math Fact Practice Work Sheets
Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math fact practice. Coming soon: division.

Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Words With Two Meanings
Each of these words has more than one meaning. Write sentences that illustrate their different meanings.

Every-Day Edits
Primary Edits
Animals A to Z: Penguin.
Ele-Middle Edits
Susan B. Anthony, Pluto, Grand Canyon...

Writing Bug
Story Starter
If you could interview any U.S. president...

Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
February hunt #2
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #20.

Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous! Activity
Presidents' Day words.

Where in the World Is Mrs. Waffenschmidt?
Mrs. W: Week 13
Which Asian landmark is she visiting?

It All Adds Up
Puzzle #13
Find the missing numbers so "it all adds up."

Word Search of the Month
February Word Search
How many words can you find?

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Hail to the Chief: Lessons for Presidents Day
Observed on the third Monday each February, Presidents Day is a holiday that lends itself to classroom activities and online exploration. As a tribute to all past presidents, we invite you to tour the White House or design a presidential monument with these legendary lessons. Included: Fabulous activities for 44 presidents.
Valentine's Day
A "hearty" collection of activities.
Celebrate Black History
February is the annual observance of Black History Month -- a time to recognize the achievements, contributions, and culture of African Americans. Included: Challenge students to create ABC books, murals, and more about famous African Americans.
Dental Health Month
Lessons, activities bring smiles and learning.
Winter Olympic Lesson Ideas
Winter Olympic Lessons: Volume #1
Winter Olympic Lessons: Volume #2
More Timely Lesson Ideas
Math Facts Fun
Lesson Plan of the Day
See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.
Friday Fun
In this engaging activity, students make and defend their choices.
News for Kids
The 2010 Census Is Coming!
An accurate population count is extremely important to states, cities, and neighborhoods.
Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane
This week: "Dice Deluxe" teaches 3-addend addition.
Learning Game of the Week
Generate lists of words in the "Out of the Box" vocab game.
Vicki Cobb's Show-Biz Science
Can measurement predict race winners?
From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank
Special Activities for Dental Health Month and Presidents Day
Dental Health Month
Let's Brush!
Animal Teeth
Happy Tooth, Sad Tooth
Presidents Day: The Men on the Money
Who Was President When...?
What Does the President Do?
Make Cheery Cherry Treats
Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans
Teacher Lesson #1
"Spur" interest in cowboy life, Old West.
Teacher Lesson #2
Another fun game for math review, practice.
Teacher Lesson #3
Animal adaptations spur creative writing.

More Lesson Ideas
Technology Lesson Plans
Mystery State
Early Childhood Themes
Phonics Word Search

Bulletin Boards That Teach
Bulletin Boards That Teach
Hot Spots in the News -- Track important people and events in your town, state, country, or the world.
5-Minute Fillers
Volume 36.
Month of Fun: February
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resource for kid:
Football Hangman (Grades 3-12)
Core Values of Scouting Matching Game (Grades 4-12)
Cardiovascular/ Heart Quiz (Grades 3-6)
Winter Olympics Sports Matching Activity (Grades 4-8)
Thomas Edison Word Search (Grades 4-8)
Abraham Lincoln Quiz (Grades 1-4)
Spelling Word Builder Game (Grades 1-2)
Just for This Month!
See our
February Month of Fun, February Word Search, and February Coloring Calendar. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for this month's holidays and special days.



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esraa hussein elsayed
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curriculum & methods of teaching history in
"wessam the educational forum"
الرجوع الى أعلى الصفحة اذهب الى الأسفل
esraa_eman hussein
الوسام الذهبي
الوسام الذهبي
avatar

الابراج : الدلو

عدد المساهمات : 1886
تاريخ الميلاد : 22/01/1989
العمر : 28
نقاط : 2508
تاريخ التسجيل : 06/03/2008

بطاقة الشخصية
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Each week, Education World presents our Editors' Choices for the best books for teaching about popular classroom themes. Check out our choices and add your own recommendations to the Readers' Voices section of this week's themed booklists.

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Best Books for Teaching About...Tall Tales

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"Loud are the thunder drums in the tents of the mountains.
Oh, long, long
Have we eaten chia seeds and dried deer's flesh of the summer killing.
We are tired of our huts and the smoky smell of our clothing.
We are sick with the desire for the sun
And the grass on the mountain."

I came across this Paiute Late Winter Song the other day -- on the very day, in fact, that Punxsutawney Phil predicted six more weeks of winter -- and it so perfectly expressed my own feelings as January moved glacier-like into February (yet still nowhere near spring), that I had to share it with you.

I know all of you can't really appreciate the seemingly endless misery of the cold, damp, dreary, slippery, sleety (Did I say "dreary?") mess we in the northeast call winter -- my daughter texts regularly from San Diego to remind me of that : ) -- but I'm sure every teacher can appreciate the late winter "stuck-in-the-hut-sick-with-desire-for-spring" feeling that permeates classrooms this time of year.

What to do to snap our students -- and ourselves -- out of these winter doldrums? What to do until the sun once again warms the grass on the mountains -- and thaws out our frozen brains?

Well...how about a contest?

Read more.

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Mindfulness in the Classroom: Skill 3
Connection is a product of mastering the skill of being present. It is the ability to observe, interact, and affect the individuals with whom you co-exist.

Heart Health Programs Move into Schools
The American Heart Association is raising its profile on programs schools can use to help students develop good health habits.

Goal Setting 101: The Process in Action
As any effective teacher knows, telling isn't teaching. The best way to help students see the goal-setting process in action is to set a class goal and work together to achieve it.
Strategy of the Week
Poetry Slam
Blend poetry and theater to create a fun event that emphasizes creativity while developing students' thinking and presentation skills. Use a slam as a Poetry Month fundraiser or an antidote to the winter blahs.
From Our Classroom Management Archive
Ken Shore: Classroom Problem Solver
Managing the Student With Attention Deficit
A child with an attention deficit can pose serious classroom management problems and take up a considerable amount of instructional time.

Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Versatile Boxes
Use free boxes to hold books, student's extra school supplies or communal supplies, binders, notebooks, or anything else you need.
Classroom Management Article of the Week
Practicing Love & Logic Can Mean Happier Schools
Stressing positive teacher-student relationships, empathetic adults, and differentiated consequences, the Love & Logic approach to behavior management has fans among teachers and parents.

From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom Management: Parents Have Homework Too
Behavior Management: Modeling and Expectations
Motivating Kids: Relate Lesson to Life
Book Report Makeover: And the Winner Is...
Homework Tips: Clipping Coupons
Best Idea Ever: Do I Know You?
Testing Tips: Learn Test Vocabulary
EdTech Tips: More WordWonders



Education World's
Professional Development Columnists


Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
The School Discipline Code
The logic of all school discipline codes is timeless: "The punishment fits the crime." The greater the crime, the greater the punishment.


Joe Martin: The Teacher Motivator
Teach in the Now
I don't think I've ever experienced a "system" that's more adept at "putting off" doing the right thing than the public school system.


Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
Teaching Special-Needs Students in the Regular Classroom
When dealing with special-needs students, educators today have a number of support resources available.


Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
The New Communications Song
Schools aren't like they used to be in terms of communication. Today, there's e-mail, voice mail, cell phones all around the school.
Meet other members of Education World's
Professional Development columnist team.

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Featured Article
The Heart of Mathematical Thinking
This Valentine Hearts Investigation engages students in collecting data, making predictions, and graphing.

Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Writing About Math
Learn how you can create a positive environment for writing about math.

Measurement Mania
Use the clues to solve the measurement mysteries.

Boxcar Math
Fishing for Division Facts
Practice beginning division facts.

Math Mnemonics
The first eight digits of pi.

The Science Lab
Which Rocks Will Fizz?
A demonstration of how to test rock specimens, identify them, and learn about their chemical properties.

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The Writing Center
Using Micro-Text to Teach Writing
Many teachers agonize when there is no time to share varieties of rich text. They also worry that students might not grasp essential concepts through conventional classroom instruction. Micro-texts might be your solution.
The Anne Frank Wall Project
Jim DeLong's "Anne Frank Wall" celebrates the written word.
Critical Thinking With Fables New and Old
Students explore Aesop's fables and write their own. (Grades 3-12)

Experiencing Slavery and Imagining Freedom
Read slaves' personal accounts of slavery; write a slave's account of freedom. (Grades 3-12)
Writing Bugs
Parent for a Day
If you were your parents for a day...
Wish You Were Here
Imagine you are on your dream vacation...

The Reading Room Reading Feature
Real Men Read
Administrators, coaches, police officers, bus drivers, and other men from the community pose for posters with their favorite books or magazines as part of the "Real Men Read" program.

Reader's Theater
The Field Trip to Remember
Allie and Scott take a wrong turn on a class field trip and find themselves in a mysterious gallery where they learn fascinating facts about presidents' pets.

Cathy Puett Miller
Fluency Is More Than Just Speed
These classroom-ready tips focus on the most neglected area of fluency -- expressiveness. Improve your students' fluency b providing opportunities for them to practice phrasing, expression, emphasis, and volume.

Best Books for Teaching About...
Dental Health
The Iditarod


_________________
esraa hussein elsayed
*********************
supervisor of department
curriculum & methods of teaching history in
"wessam the educational forum"
الرجوع الى أعلى الصفحة اذهب الى الأسفل
esraa_eman hussein
الوسام الذهبي
الوسام الذهبي
avatar

الابراج : الدلو

عدد المساهمات : 1886
تاريخ الميلاد : 22/01/1989
العمر : 28
نقاط : 2508
تاريخ التسجيل : 06/03/2008

بطاقة الشخصية
تربوي:

مُساهمةموضوع: رد: الدورية الإسبوعية لعالم التربيةEducation World Weekly Newsletter Vol. 13 &14   الأربعاء فبراير 10, 2010 7:01 am


<TR><td bgColor=white vAlign=top><TABLE border=1 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=9 width="100%"></TABLE> <TABLE width=650 bgColor=#a9f5a9></TABLE><TR><td bgColor=white vAlign=top><TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=10 cellPadding=0 width=200 align=right></TABLE>This Week's Featured Articles Using WebQuests in the Primary Grades: Joy ThomasJoy Thomas used WebQuests with her first-grade students and was pleasantly surprised by the cooperation among students and the retention and application of information.Using WebQuests in the Primary Grades: Konnie LeeKonnie Lee used WebQuests with her third-grade students and discovered that WebQuests allow students to use technology to take more responsibility for their own learning.Habecker Online Duane Habecker's students practice math online.Education World'sTechnology Columnists Doug Johnson: Tech ProofAnd, Not OrThis school year, when asked if something should be x or y, try answering, "Yes -- x and y." Find an "and" solution that everyone can live with. Brenda Dyck: Brenda's BlogGiving Lip Service to Technology IntegrationFacilitating a technology-rich learning environment demands a revisit to what educators believe about teaching and learning. Bernie Poole: Reflecting PooleA Philosophy of Instructional Technology Use for Teaching and LearningA pre-requisite for seamless integration of technology is well-trained teachers who understand how to use technology to improve the quality of education. <TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=10 cellPadding=1 width=234 align=right></TABLE>From the Learning Machine From the Science MachineUse Eeko World to explore concepts related to the environment. (Grades K-4)From the Reading MachineSupermarket Spree reinforces vocabulary and languages.(Grades K-6)From the Math MachineMath Frozen Bubble is a fun Web site for teaching a wide variety of math skills. (Grades K-12)Featured Site Reviews Check out this week's site reviews: Habits of the HeartInteractive resources on how the heart and lungs work. Teachers on TargetActivities to help educators improve their job skills. Nature Online Video Streaming ArchiveVideos with commentary from Nature Magazine.Explore our Site Review Archives for more great sites. You also can keep up with our latest reviews by signing up for our Site Review Newsletter. Lost GenerationThis video, based on the Argentinian Political Advertisement The Truth, placed second in the AARP U@50 video contest. More Word WondersWhether you're a Word whiz or a Word fizz, you'll find these tips useful. <TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=7 width=555 align=center></TABLE> <TABLE width=650 bgColor=#f7be81></TABLE>

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Teachers love our art! That's why we've gathered more than 100 pieces of that art to create our new
Clipart Library.
In our Clipart Library, you will find
--- Animated art for your school Web page
--- "Standing" art for your printed and pdf newsletters
--- Clipart by month to add color and fun to newsletters and Web pages
--- Holiday art so you can add bright and timely touches
--- Art for different subjects, perfect for homework headers
All of this art is now available for you to use - free! - in your school newsletters and on your school Web page. (Sorry, we are unable to grant permission for use on your personal or commercial Web pages.)
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Watch our Clipart Library in the months ahead as we add new clipart to create the finest (and freeest!) collection of clipart for educators.
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Chatting With Historical Figures
Students test their knowledge of Abraham Lincoln with a "chat bot."

Sites to See
U.S. Presidents
Discover a variety of resources for learning about the office of the presidency or a specific president.
The Heart
What better time than St.Valentine's Day to teach students how the human heart works?


Star Shapebook
Every writer will shine with these fun -- lined and unlined -- star shapebooks.

This Week's
Techtorial

A Techtorial
Learn how to create connect-the-dots worksheets in Word.

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Miguel Guhlin:
The IT Crowd

Broadcast Learning: The Power of Network Learning
What if you could interact with people, not only face-to-face in your workshop, but also halfway around the world? What if your on-site workshop participants could participate in a conversation with those virtual participants? Pretty exciting, no?
Alma Row's
Gadget of the Week



Can videoconferencing get any easier?

Free Webinars
Thursday, February 11
3:30pm (EST)
Student Engagement - Creating a Culture of Academic Achievement from International Center for Leadership in Education.
Dr. Richard Jones presents on why engagement in schools is key to student achievment.
Tuesday, February 23
2:00pm (EST)
Autism: Confronting a Crisis in Public Education from Rethink Autism.
Explore evidence-based interventions for children with autism.

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From the Principal's Toolbox
'Paws' for Good Behavior
We are a Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) school. Our mascot is the jaguar, so we give Jaguar Paws to students who display good character. Students can use those paws to shop at the Paws Store and to participate in a weekly drawing to shop in our treasure chest. In addition to...

From Our Leadership Library

Students' Secondhand Store Earns Three Cheers
A service-learning course led students to learn skills, earn community praise.
Watch D.O.G.S.
Unleash this K12 program that involves fathers and father figures.
Teacher Stress
Stress doesn't have to take a toll with effective strategies.
Parent Communication
Tips for setting up and using e-mail to reach parents.

Campfire Gatherings Fire-Up Discussions
Camping enthusiast and principal Scott Myers initiated a series of "campfire" chats with students to free up some planning time for teachers and give students a chance to talk with him in an informal setting. Included: Activities that spur discussion with kids.
Take Your Family to School Week
PTA Take Your Family to School Week, February 7-13, 2010, is just one of the PTA programs revitalizing parent involvement in education. This special week is easy to implement too, with these ten ideas and the PTA's online guide.
Of Principal Concern: A Blog for School Leaders
Have you seen the latest blog entries?
Kids and Media: Helping Parents Set Limits on Media Use
The results of a recent survey about kids and media use -- and its impact on schoolwork -- comes as no surprise to educators. Now we are in a position to provide resources to help parents to set media-use rules at home.
Last Week's Blog Entry
Blog Bits #3: Bill Nye, Principal Crowned 'King', Teaching About Money, More...
Partners for Student Success
'Classroom Coordinators' Capitalize on Community Talent
The Classroom Coordinator (CC) program at one Minnesota elementary school is an organized effort to maintain a small-town, grassroots feel within the school community. This family-community-school partnership is one that truly benefits all students.
From the Principal Files
Principal for a Day: Kids Take a Walk in the Principal's Shoes
Have a goal for the students in your school? At your disposal is one of the most desirable and inexpensive incentives you might hope to find -- your job! As an auction item or reward, nothing can motivate kids more than to be your school's "Principal for a Day."
Focus On...
Cafeteria Management
Cafeteria duty is a staple of life for most principals. For some, it's a wonderful opportunity to connect with students; for others it's a daily nightmare. If the latter is the case for you, the articles in this archive offer a full-course meal that, once digested, might change forever the way you look at cafeteria duty.

Newsletters 'R Us
Copy and paste this free content into your teacher or school newsletters.
The ABCs of Student Success V is for VIPs
Caught on the Web Sentence Clubhouse (Grades 1-3)
Fun Facts Volume #13
Parent Newsletter Template
Valentine's Day
Math @ Home Tracking Time #2
Newsletter Clipart Library Clipart for Every Month

Education World's Administrator's Desk Columnists
Pete Hall's Always Strive To Be a Better You
Get Your Learnin' On
Education fluctuates more than a rattlesnake's temperature. We cannot wait two years, then emerge and ask What did I miss? Education moves much too fast for that. So what can we do to keep our heads in the game? Here are some ideas.


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Admin Feature Archive


Take Five for...
Using A.M. announcements to build school community.

Principal Ideas #2
"School Hug," trivia time, clean slate, spirit assemblies, more...

How I Handled...
Teachers who wear inappropriate clothing to school.

Pawlas on PR
What parents really think about school newsletters.

Instant Meeting #13
Quick and easy staff development, for-teachers/by-teachers.

Exceptional Event
Winter-time pool party or beach party.

Morning Math
Questions for Week #23

More Features
Turnaround Tales
School Grants
Conventions and Conferences
Administrators Message Board

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Education Humor with Gina Barreca
Grant Me Some Relief!
"As I read through the standard 'I regret to inform you' opening, Patsy Cline was crooning 'Crazy.' This seemed entirely appropriate. I always knew I had better odds of being crowned Miss Nashville than being crowned by (even a very small) wreath of cash."
Diane Hodges' Looking Forward to Monday Morning
A prolific author and a frequent presenter at education conferences, Diane Hodges offers ideas you can use to drive your staff happy! This week...
Fun With Food #5: Make February Mondays Special
--- Bagel Monday
--- Sundae Monday
--- Mondays Are a Special Grind
--- M & M's = Monday Mornings
--- Quote This!
Paul Young's Young @ Heart
The Principal as Troublemaker
Paul Young is past president of the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP). And he is a troublemaker. But, as he describes in this essay, being a troublemaker is a necessary thing for strong school leaders to be.
Leah Davies, The Teacher Counselor
Ten Ways to Involve Fathers in Their Children's Education
Parent involvement in schools has traditionally been carried out by mothers. Yet boys and girls need positive male role models too. When fathers take an active role in education, schools report an increase in student achievement. Included: Tips for involving fathers.
Mr. Ivan: The Principal Poet
Education World's resident poet, Mr. Ivan, presents a poem that is sure to bring grins to school leaders everywhere. This week's poem is...
"Bringing Elephants to School"
If I can pull this pet thing off
And bring an elephant with me,
They'll talk about my "Show 'n Tell"
For years...I guarantee...

Read more...
More from the Administrator's Desk
Wire Side Chat
Ending Bullying by Teaching Kids Not To Be Victims
Bullying and teasing are part of life, says psychologist Izzy Kalman, so rather than trying to stamp out bullying, educators and parents need to teach children how to deal with bullying; that is, how not to be victims.
"Souper Bowl" of Caring
Each year, the Souper Bowl of Caring involves students as they collect millions of pounds of food to benefit local organizations. Don't miss this opportunity for your school to connect with the community during Super Bowl week. Included: Participation tips.
Last Week's Featured Article
Steps for Making Good Schools Great
Good schools can be great schools if staff focus on best practices, common elements for instruction, and strategies to help all students learn, says Dr. Tim R. Westerberg, author of Becoming a Great High School: 6 Strategies and 1 Attitude That Make a Difference. Included: Tips for jump-starting school reform.

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Family Math
If you're looking for a tool to help you help your students' parents help with math instruction at home, these lively activities -- 300 pages of them -- are sure to be valuable. This rich resource instructs parents how to employ common items such as beans, pennies, and buttons to teach estimation, logical thinking, probability, geometry, measurement, and more. Also a must resource for your K-8 teachers and for organizing a Math Night at your school. Check out its sequel too: Family Math II
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Ed Heads: News from Around the Education World
Education World shares education headlines in the news.
Students With Autism Piloting Communication Apps
Students with special needs at a Wisconsin middle school are taking part in a pilot program designed to test iPod Touch applications to improve communication and learning for all students.

EETT Eliminated in 2011 Obama Budget Proposal
Despite an overall $3.5 billion increase in education spending, President Obama's proposed 2011 budget zeroed out the only federal source of funding specifically dedicated to education technology.

Two New School Policies: Cell Phones, iPods Okay in Classroom
Officials are changing the technology policies at a Colorado high school to allow students to use cell phones and iPods as educational tools. The new policy helps mitigate the school's lack of computers.


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How many "mental health" days will you take off this year?
Last Week’s Survey Results
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Students will help teach middle- and high-school teachers how to best use technology in the classroom as part of a partnership between Microsoft and the Corporation for National and Community Service.

'Abstinence-Only' Delays Sex in Young Teens
There has been more rhetoric than hard science in the debate about sex education, but a new study finds that abstinence-only programs can be as effective as safe-sex programs.

Parents Invited to Take Part in Children's Lessons
One Massachusetts school district offers a monthly Bring Your Parents to School Day so parents can sit in on their children's classes. The program gives parents first-hand exposure to lessons being taught.

Head of Class Often Is Female
A Texas school district is putting out the call for male teachers. Just 22 percent of the district's teachers are male. According to the National Education Association, 24.5 of the nation's teachers are male.

Adding Lights, Animation to Education
Two fifth-grade instructors share with their district's board a mimio board device that they use to keep students engaged. The board makes an ordinary dry erase board work like a smart board.

Initiative Urges Students to Walk to School
One Indiana community is adding crosswalk beacons and other school zone safety features as part of a its new "Safe Routes to School" plan aimed at encouraging more children to walk to school.

Good Morning, Farragut!
Students at a Tennessee elementary school produce a daily 5- to-7-minute video news program shown throughout the school. The school's news studio was funded through a grant, fundraisers, and private donations.

See more education news headlines in our EDscoops Archive.

From Our "School Issues" Features Archive
School Issues Articles
Explore our archive of articles and columnist entries from recent months.
Turnaround Tales
Read about schools that have raised scores and transformed student achievement.
Read About It
Delve deep into our article archive via important keywords and topics.
Fit To Be Taught
Check out news brief about how you can help grow healthy kids who learn better.
Lessons from Our Nation's Schools
In a Sub's Shoes
Education World news editor Ellen Delisio spent a year as a substitute teacher.
What Ever It Takes
Ed World spends a year with the seventh grade team at Bennet Middle School.
Teaming Up to Achieve
Ed World spent a year with the staff of a school in need of improvement.
See more "Lessons from Our Nations Schools"



This week, Education World reviewed three Web sites of interest to educators.
Habits of the Heart
Habits of the Heart: How the heart and lungs work.
http://www.educationworld.com/awards/2007/r0407-13.shtml
Teachers on Target
Teachers on Target: Activities to help educators improve their job skills.
http://www.educationworld.com/awards/2009/r0209-04.shtml
Nature Online Video Streaming Archive
Video Streaming Archive: Videos with commentary from Nature Magazine.
http://www.educationworld.com/awards/2009/r0209-13.shtml

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This book's best joke may be its title, but it's still very refreshing to have a humorous approach taken to the endless supply of practical tips that the art of teaching needs. In particular, this is one of the best books for teachers to give to administrators as "presents..." well, a gift that hopefully will keep on giving back to the teachers. Lots of great stuff in here that teachers can make happen, but it's really a book that can give administrators ideas to help the staff in many human ways in this most human of professions.
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Okay, this isn't really an education book per se, but if there's any profession that faces motivation challenges, it's teaching: Teachers have to motivate students to learn, to behave, and maybe even to grow up a little bit. They also have to motivate administrators to learn, to behave, and maybe even to grow up a little bit (just kidding). Seriously, self-motivation is a huge part of any job that requires a person to motivate other people, and this is certainly a useful approach to self-motivation for time-strapped teachers.
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Education World's Work Sheet Library includes hundreds
of free printables for use across the grades and across the
curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet
Library
for a complete selection.



Math Fact Practice
Math
Fact Practice Work Sheets

Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math
fact practice. Coming soon: division.



Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

High-Flying
Numbers

Write the value of the underlined digit in each number.



Every-Day Edits
Primary
Edits

Animals A to Z: Porcupine.
Ele-Middle
Edits

Sled dogs of Nome, first woman dentist...


Writing Bug
Story
Starter

Create a character for a new Harry Potter book.



Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary
Hunt

February hunt #3
Ele-Middle
Hunt

Hunt #21


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous!
Activity

Words that begin with R.


Geography A to Z
Places
That Begin With the Letter K

Can you name all seven places?



Math Cross Puzzle
Math
Puzzle # 8

Measurement (ounces, pounds, tons).


Make Your Own Work Sheet
Worksheets
for Winter, Presidents' Day, More

Create an activity for any subject.




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Lessons for
Teaching About Money

Presidents Day is a great time to teach kids about money and its value.
Every time we spend a dime (or a penny or a dollar), after all, we see
the faces of those great leaders. So this week, we present five new
hands-on lessons for teaching about the value of money. Included: Hold a
money bee, design a coin, make predictions, discover what some consumer
goods could have cost a century ago, more.

Winter Olympic Lesson Ideas
Winter
Olympic Lessons: Volume #1

Winter
Olympic Lessons: Volume #2


Presidents' Day
Celebrate George, Abe, and the other 42.
Black
History Month

Dozens of activity ideas for all month long.

Dental
Health Month

Five lessons into which student can sink their teeth.


Read Across
America

Celebrate reading and Dr. Seuss's birthday by participating in this
year's Read Across America Day on March 2. Included: Links to dozens of
great reading projects culled from our archives.
More Timely Lesson Ideas
Valentine's
Day




Lesson
Plan of the Day

See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.



News for Kids
Will
Jeremy Lin Be the First Asian-American NBA Draft Pick?

Lin might just lead Harvard University to its first NCAA championship
series in 64 years.


Box
Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane

This week: "A-Ten-Tion" teaches place value.



Learning Game of the Week

Explore similarities, differences with this twist on Simon Says.


Friday
Fun

This fun game builds vocabulary and creativity.


Vicki
Cobb's Show-Biz Science

Simple experiment teaches about muscles.





From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank


More Special Activities for Dental Health Month
Happy
Teeth or Sad Teeth?

What
Color Is Your Toothbrush?

Let's
Floss!

'Look
Who Is Smiling!'

Healthy
Teeth: A Picture Poem

Which
Toothpaste Is Your Favorite?

Give
Us a Smile!

Floss,
Floss, Floss




Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans

Teacher
Lesson #1

Learn about history by creating back-in-time travel brochures.
Teacher
Lesson #2

Elaborate ruse teaches kids about good writing.
Teacher
Lesson #3

Create, conduct surveys; report the results in graph and letter form.


More Lesson Ideas

Sudoku
Puzzles

Book
Report Makeover

Backpack-tivities
(Homework Activities)

Technology
Lesson Plans





Bulletin Boards That Teach
Bulletin
Board Archive

Check out our archive of 40 bulletin board ideas for use the school year
long.



5-Minute
Fillers

Volume 37.



Month of Fun: February
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resource for kid:
Printable
Valentine Maze (Grades 1-4)

President's
Day Quiz (Grades 4-8)

Printable
Mardi Gras Word Search (Grades 3-6)

First
Ladies Quiz (Grades 4-12)

Kindness
Crossword (Grades 5-8)

Match-A-Tooth
Game (Grades 1-5)

Printable
Post Office Word Search (Grades 1-4)




Just for This Month!
See our February
Month of Fun
, February
Word Search
, and February
Coloring Calendar
. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for
this month's holidays and special days
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Best Books for Teaching About…



Each week, Education World presents our Editors' Choices for the
best books for teaching about popular classroom themes. Check out our
choices and add your own recommendations to the Readers' Voices
section of this week's themed booklists.



Best
Books for Teaching About...The Iditarod



Best
Books for Teaching About...Space



See more
great books for students and classroom teaching themes
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My mother always claimed (with evident exasperation) that the very first
-- and by far most frequent -- word I spoke as a child was "why?" I
haven't changed a bit. I still find myself with a million (or so : )
questions a day on a million (or so) different subjects. What has
changed is the opportunity to get immediate 24/7 answers to my
questions -- all of my questions -- as long as I'm within easy reach of
an Internet connection...


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This Week's Featured Articles





Mindfulness
in the Classroom: Skill 4

The fourth skill that influences your ability to work with all learners
is creativity. At the very foundation of creativity is novelty; being
able to bring something new and fresh to what already exists.


Goal
Setting 101: Setting Individual Goals


You don't have to wait to achieve a class goal before teaching students
to set personal goals. The steps of the process are the same; you just
need to approach the task a little differently.





Heart
Health Programs Move into Schools


The American Heart Association is raising its profile on programs
schools can use to help students develop good health habits.

Strategy of the Week
Brain-Based
Teaching


Discover the latest research on the brain and learn how it affects
teaching and learning. Learn how to make the most of brain research in
your classroom and in your personal life.




From Our Classroom Management Archive






Ken Shore: Classroom Problem Solver
Teaching
the Student With Attention Deficit

About one of every three students with an attention deficit disorder
also exhibits a learning disability. Seven tips for teaching students
with attention deficits.






Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Pocket
Chart Holds Forms

Keep frequently-used forms easily accessible by hanging a pocket chart
near your desk.





Classroom Management Article of the Week

Pretzels
A weekly activity allows the exchange of compliments and criticism among
the students in your class. This activity can help resolve conflicts
and teach children how to properly handle conflict.














From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom
Management: No More Homework Excuses

Behavior
Management: Positive Reinforcement

Motivating
Kids: Invite Guest Speakers

Book
Report Makeover: Mini Book Reports

Homework
Tips: Correction Cards

Best
Idea Ever: Every-Day Edits

Testing
Tips: Read the Directions

EdTech
Tips: Online Safety









Education World's
Professional Development Columnists






Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Instruction
Meets Discipline

School discipline codes focus on large infractions; classroom discipline
is dominated by continuous small disruptions. As you can imagine,
instruction and discipline go together.






Joe Martin: The Teacher Motivator
Teach
It Forward

Sometimes the smallest gifts are the greatest gifts. I should know,
because my physical education teacher made an impact on my life that I
have never forgotten.






Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
Utilizing
Student Portfolios as an Investment Tool

Along with student reflection, portfolios provide valuable information
about how each student learns and what is important to him or her in the
learning process.






Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
I
Might Survive

It can be a long stretch from that distant December holiday season to
spring break. I see it in my colleagues' faces -- the "just-getting-by"
look.




Meet other members of Education World's Professional
Development columnist team
.






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The Math
And Science
Corner






Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Problem
Solving With Pictures

Picturing a problem often is the key to helping students understand the
problem and identify a solution.


Featured Article
The Heart of
Mathematical Thinking


This Valentine Hearts Investigation engages students in collecting data,
making predictions, and graphing.




Measurement
Mania


Use the clues to solve the measurement mysteries.




Boxcar Math
T-Ball
Multiplication

Multiplying a two-digit number by a one-digit number.



Math
Mnemonics


Check your division.


The Science Lab


BARtender
Magnets always orient themselves toward the north and south poles.


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The Writing Center





Exploring
Writing
Through Children's Books


Explore how to teach paragraph structure and use of details to support
topic using the picture book, When Jesse Came Across the Sea, by
Amy Hest.


The
Classroom Secretary


Mellanay Auman's student secretaries keep classes running smoothly.



Who
Would I Be?


If I could be any person in history, I would be...
Postcard
From Another Planet


You're visiting a distant planet. What do you see?

Writing Lessons

Animal
Diaries


Students write a diary from an animal's perspective. (Grades 3-12)
Survey
Says


Create, conduct surveys; report the results in graph and letter form.
(Grades 3-8)






The Reading Room








How
Man Got Fire

A wise Coyote outsmarts Earth's selfish Fire Beings to bring warmth to
everyone.






Reading Feature

Real
Men Read


Administrators, coaches, police officers, bus drivers, and other men
from the community pose for posters with their favorite books or
magazines as part of the "Real Men Read" program.



Cathy Puett Miller
The
Hidden Side of Strategic Vocabulary Instruction

Using only direct instruction to teach vocabulary can overwhelm you as a
teacher and be too shallow an approach for students.




Best Books for Teaching About...
Black
History


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Teachers love our art! That's why we've gathered more than 100 pieces of
that art to create our new Clipart Library.


In our Clipart Library, you will find
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--- "Standing" art for your printed and pdf newsletters
--- Clipart by month to add color and fun to newsletters and Web pages
--- Holiday art so you can add bright and timely touches
--- Art for different subjects, perfect for homework headers

All of this art is now available for you to use - free! - in your
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That's right -- free! No fees! No contract! No fine print!

Watch our Clipart Library in the months ahead as we add new clipart to
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Education World's Work Sheet Library includes hundreds
of free printables for use across the grades and across the
curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet
Library
for a complete selection.



Math Fact Practice
Math
Fact Practice Work Sheets

Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math
fact practice. Coming soon: division.



Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Map
Skills

Use the map key (legend) to help you answer questions about the map.



Every-Day Edits
Primary
Edits

Animals A to Z: Shark.
Ele-Middle
Edits

Tuskegee Airmen, Tunisia, Silly Putty...


Writing Bug
Story
Starter

Which season do you like best? least?



Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary
Hunt

March hunt #3
Ele-Middle
Hunt

Hunt #25


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous!
Activity

Words that begin with V.


Geography A to Z
Places
That Begin With the Letter M

Can you name all seven places?



Math Cross Puzzle
Math
Puzzle # 10

Money (addition).


Make Your Own Work Sheet
Work
Sheets for March

Create an activity for any subject for St. Patrick's Day, Spring, "March
Madness" Basketball, or Easter.


More Printables<li> Work
Sheets from Highlights for Children

Hidden pictures, rebus stories, more.
</li><li> Mystery
State

Use the clues to find the state.
</li><li> Backpack-tivities
Involve parents in homework fun.
</li><li> Work
Sheet Library

See our entire library of free printables.


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Think Spring
Spring has sprung. The Vernal Equinox (March 20, 2009) is one of the
four great seasonal changes each year. This week, Education World
presents classroom lessons that involve students in growing things and
learning about scientific classification, plant cell structure, the
importance of plants in our history, and many uses of plants.

Eggs!
Looking for a teaching theme with which to welcome spring? We have
"eggs-actly" what you're looking for. Eggs can be used to teach skills
in math, geography, and science. And don't forget to create
"eggs-quisite" art. Included: A dozen egg-stra special lessons.

Women's History
Month

Make March special with these lessons and resources.

March
Madness

Hoop it up with educational lessons tied to the NCAA championships.



April Fool's Fun
<li>Plan
'Backwards Day' Fun

Simple ideas for making Backwards Day a fun day of learning.
</li><li>Best
Books for... April Fool's Day


Five titles for "foolish" fun.
</li><li>Tech
Tools for April Fools

Four tech tricks you can play on your students.
</li><li>Sites
to See: Hoax Sites


Have some fun while teaching media literacy.


More Timely Lesson Ideas
Music
in Our Schools Month

Celebrate
Nutrition Month



Lesson
Plan of the Day

See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.




Learning Game of the Week

Review knowledge as you run the bases in "Play Ball" game.

Box
Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane

This week: "Place Value Snap" teaches math facts.

News for Kids
Martin
Luther King Memorial Construction Gets Underway

The new memorial will be the first on the National Mall to honor an
African American.

Friday
Fun

Challenge students to create a human number line.

Vicki
Cobb's Show-Biz Science

Happiness and the sense of smell.



From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank



Fun and practical ideas for this week.
Rainbow
Dancing

Plants
Drink Up Water

I
Seed You!

Puzzling
Plants

A
Big Blue Ox (Folktales)


A
Special Fish (Art)


Me
or I? (Simple Rhymes)


My
Pizza Looks Likes Me!







Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans

Teacher
Lesson #1

"Mr. Great" teaches the concepts greater than and less than.
Teacher
Lesson #2

Students create life maps of their lives.
Teacher
Lesson #3

Stir up character analysis "recipes" for characters in
literature/history.

More Lesson Ideas

Sudoku
Puzzles

Book
Report Makeover

Backpack-tivities
(Homework Activities)

Technology
Lesson Plans




Bulletin
Boards That Teach

Spring Into Reading -- Use this fun, colorful bulletin board to
track students' reading between the start of spring and Children's Book
Week in May.


5-Minute
Fillers

Forty volumes of activities!.



Month of Fun: March
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resource for kid:
Basketball
Terms Word Search (Grades 3-8)

Poison
Prevention Game (Grades K-3)

Saint
Patrick's Day Word Search (Grades 2-5)

President
Grover Cleveland Coloring Page (Grades 2-5)

Food
Pyramid Matching Game (Grades 1-4)

Spring
Jigsaw Puzzle (Grades 3-12)

Sign
Language Word Puzzle (Grades 1-3)



Just for This Month!
See our March
Month of Fun
, March
Word Search
, and March
Coloring Calendar
. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for
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Tips for Educators and Parents

Keeping Kids Safe Online
Whether it is a 6 year-old playing in Webkins, a 9 year-old in Disney's
Toon Town, or a teen in Teen Second Life, muves -- or multi-user
virtual environments
-- are here to stay. They are the new
playgrounds for scores of kids and adults because they are visually
rich, engaging and -- most of all -- social!<li> If you're an educator concerned that muves are preempting
reading and writing or denying kids socialization opportunities...
</li><li> If you're a parent who is trying to compete with muves for
your child's attention...
</li><li> Or if you are just befuddled by the level of engagement and
focus kids can devote to these virtual worlds...
Let me venture to offer a few basic suggestions to help guide your
understanding.
Read the
complete article




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Adults to Help Kids Connect Safely
, a comprehensive Internet safety
website brought to you by the National Education Association Health
Information Network (NEAHIN) in partnership with Sprint, and with
editorial review by the National Center for Missing & Exploited
Children. bNetS@vvy provides practical cyber safety tools for use in the
home and the classroom.
This article was written by Peggy Sheehy, a media specialist at Suffern
(New York) Middle School and a fierce advocate for the meaningful
infusion of technology in education.

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This Week's Featured
Articles



Hooking
Kids on Science

As a new teacher, Alan McCormack turned to magic to conjure up more
student interest in his science lessons. His students were enchanted.









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word more enticing, more engaging, more noticeable than the
innocuous-looking four-letter word free? I think not.
So in the spirit of getting noticed, I’d like to share
with you some of the free-for-educators resources I’ve
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Iditarod
Teacher on the Trail

Alaska's Iditarod sled dog race has begun, and Herb Brambley, Target's
"Teacher on the Trail" is there to share firsthand experiences with
students and teachers. Don't miss out on this annual "teachable moment"
from the "Land of the Midnight Sun."
The
Parent-Child Reading Project


Kerry McDonald's sixth grade students explore classic literature with
their parents.



Strategy of the Week
Looping

In looping, a teacher moves with his or her students to the next grade
level rather than sending them to another teacher at the end of the
school year. What are the benefits and disadvantages?



From Our Classroom Management Archive




Ask Dr. Shore...
About
a Student With No Friends

I have a child in my third-grade class who does not seem to have any
friends. What can I do to help him?






Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Organize
Math Materials By Chapter

Label a plastic container for each math chapter in your text and keep
the materials used to teach the skills inside.


Classroom Management Article of the Week

Don't
Get Even -- Get Help!

Students in one Canadian school created a Web site designed to help
victims of bullies deal with the problem in nonviolent ways -- and to
help victims and others learn how to solve the problem.














From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom
Management: Meet the Students

Behavior
Management: Catch Them Being Good

Motivating
Kids: Connect Learning to Life

Book
Report Makeover: Before and After

Homework
Tips: Homework Island

Best
Idea Ever: Reduce Stress With Humor

Testing
Tips: Stress Less

EdTech
Tips: Meaningful Web Research








Education World's
Professional Development Columnists




Ruth Sidney Charney: The Responsive Classroom
The
Three R's of Logical Consequences

A logical consequence has two steps: the first stops the misbehavior;
the second recalls children to the rules and teaches alternative
behaviors.






Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
The
Hiring Process: A Little Research Can Help

Although you might be anxious to fill out applications and begin the
interview process, it really is important that to take the time to do a
little research first.






Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
I've
Grown Accustomed to the Stress

Do you often feel at this time of the year as though your professional
life is spiraling out of control? So much to do; so little time! What
will you do? You could sing.




Meet other members of Education World's Professional
Development columnist team
.





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The Math
And Science
Corner



Daisy
Hill Puppy Farm


How much will it cost Beatrice to open a new puppy farm?





Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Picturing
Mental Math


Help students develop a mental math tool bag. Think of it as mental
math with training wheels.




Boxcar Math
Baseball
"Three"

Multiplying 2-digit numbers.



Math
Mnemonics


Multiplying with negative numbers.


The Science Lab

I'm
Upside Down

A demonstration of the properties of light.

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The Writing Center



Understanding
and Teaching Revision


Revision takes whittling and gluing, a process through which the image
within a plain piece of writing is revealed.



The Weblog Class


Hilary Meeler's students blog their way to better writing skills.



Who,
When, Where


Write a "Who, When, Where" story
A
Book Is Like a Garden


What does this proverb about a book mean to you?

Writing Lessons

Basketball
for Better Verse


Celebrate March Madness; challenge students to write poems about
basketball.
Stir
Up a Character Analysis Recipe


Stir up character analysis "recipes" for characters in
literature/history.






The Reading Room



Reading Feature

Get
It "Write"


Research indicates that writing, by engaging students in creating and
discovering meaning, improves reading comprehension.




The
Wise Rabbit vs. the Greedy Lion

Long ago, a greedy lion hunted more animals than he really needed --
until wise Old Rabbit taught him a lesson.







Cathy Puett Miller
Glimpses
Into Read-Aloud Classrooms

Merely inviting students to contribute verbally when you read aloud to
them isn't enough. Take it to a higher level with analytical talk.




Best Books for Teaching About...
Eggs
Music





























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Graphing
Our Snacks

Students graph the fat content of their favorite snack foods.




Larry
Ferlazzo's Best...

The best sites for learning about St. Patrick's Day and April Fools Day.


Sites to See

Nutrition
Help keep kids up-to-date on the latest nutritional information with
regular visits to some of the Web's best nutrition sites.






Umbrella
Chart

Students organize their thoughts with this fun umbrella chart.


This Week's Techtorial
A
Techtorial

Learn how to create a coloring page in Word.

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This Week's Featured Articles


Fifth
Graders Soar in the Blogosphere

Gillian Ryan asks her fifth graders to respond in writing to the topics
they discuss across the curriculum, and their ideas become posts to
classroom blogs.


Technology
an Educator Can Love

Members of the Ed World Tech Team explain how technology can improve
teacher productivity or student learning.



Video
Game Review

Lynn Endres' French classes design original video games to practice
skills.









Education World's
Technology Columnists




Doug Johnson: Tech Proof
Not
All Who Twitter Are Twits

The concept behind Twitter is simple. You post short statements about
your activities and other Twitterers sign up to "follow" your tweets.






Brenda Dyck: Brenda's Blog
Visual
Literacy: Do You See What I Mean?

How do we teach learners to interpret and create visual, digital, and
audio media in a contemporary culture?





Bernie Poole

More on Word Processing


Lesson 2 of Bernie Poole's Essential Microsoft Office 2007
focuses on formatting, from fonts to picture bullets -- and more.








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Miguel Guhlin:
The IT Crowd

Five
Essential Tech Tools for School Administrators:
Part 2

In the second of this 3-part series, we explore blogging -- the tool
with the potential to bring about the most change in your learning and
leading situation.





Alma Row's
Gadget of the Week





MyOats allows users to create virtual kaleidoscope-like designs.


Free Webinars

Thursday, March 18
2:00pm (EST)
Web 2.0 and
Beyond
from M86 Security.
Advice on protecting your network from emerging security threats.


Tuesday, March 23
7:00pm (EST)
Little
Hands, Giant Reach
from Discovery Educator Network.
Discover how innovative classroom teachers are using free technologies
to improve communication, impact student learning.

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From the Learning Machine



From
the Math Machine

Logic Zoo is a fun Web site for teaching about sorting, math
attributes, and problem solving. (Grades 2-5)




From
the Science Machine

Use Tongue Map to explore the sense of taste. (Grades 4-8)

From
the Reading Machine

Anagram Sleuth reinforces anagrams and comprehension. (Grades
4-8)






Featured Site Reviews



Check out this week's site reviews:


BAM:
Body and Mind

Health information for kids and teachers from the CDC.



Plastic
Fork Diaries

A site about food and its influences on the body.



Sports
and Nutrition: The Winning Combination

Exploring the relationship between exercise and food.


Explore our Site
Review Archives
for more great sites. You also can keep up with our
latest reviews by signing up for our Site Review Newsletter.




Gotta
Keep Readin'

Ocoee (Florida) Middle School's flash-mob dance promoting reading is
based on the Oprah/Black
Eyed Peas flash-mob show
.





Ed Tech Tips of the Week

Three
Steps to Meaningful Web Research

Quality Web research for grades 4-12 can be as easy 1-2-3.

























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مع خالص شكري وتحياتي
د.وسام محمد إبراهيم علي
مدير"وسام المنتدي التربوي"
http://wessam.allgoo.us/
مدرس المناهج وتقنيات تعليم التاريخ

كلية التربية-جامعة الإسكندرية-جمهورية مصر العربية
mobile:00201069785672
e-mails:dr_wessam2006@hotmail.com
wessam_mohamed_4ever@yahoo.com
With my sincere thanks and greetings
Dr.Wessam  Mohammed Ibrahim Ali
Lecturer and faculty member
PHD Doctor in curricula and Technology of history Education
College of Education - University of Alexandria - Arab Republic of Egypt



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Admin//د.وسام محمد
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Education World's Work Sheet Library includes hundreds
of free printables for use across the grades and across the
curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet
Library
for a complete selection.



Math Fact Practice
Math
Fact Practice Work Sheets

Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math
fact practice. Coming soon: division.



Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Pyramid
Math

Add the adjacent numbers together and write their sum in the block above
them.



Every-Day Edits
Primary
Edits

Animals A to Z: Urchin.
Ele-Middle
Edits

Maya Angelou, New Jersey, Madeline...


Writing Bug
Story
Starter

Use all your senses to describe taking a walk in a spring storm.



Coloring Calendar
April
Calendar

Plus 25 ideas for using the learning calendar.


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous!
Activity

Words in which Y is a vowel.


Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary
Hunt

April hunt #1
Ele-Middle
Hunt

Hunt #27


Math Cross Puzzle
Math
Puzzle # 11

Time (seconds, minutes, hours, days).



Geography A to Z
Places
That Begin With the Letter N

Can you name all seven places?


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Play
Ball!

With a swing of the bat, baseball season has officially begun. When
baseball fever strikes, you can bring the game into the classroom -- and
score a home run -- with this week's Education World lessons and
activities. Included: A stadium full of activities and links to team
sites, baseball math sites, cross-curricular projects -- plus the famous
"Casey at the Bat" poem and Abbott and Costello's "Who's On First?"
script.

Spelling
Once each year, students compete in the National Spelling Bee. But, in
most classrooms, spelling is a daily activity -- and Education World has
all the resources you will need to spark student excitement about
spelling. You will find spelling games and activities that will help
students spell up a s-t-o-r-m.

Think
Spring
Join the Journey to Spring Web project or explore
dozens of other lesson plans for teaching about spring.



More Art Lessons

You don't need to be Picasso to teach valuable artistic concepts in your
classroom. Celebrate Arts Education Month with these art lessons that
will make you (and you classroom) look good without breaking the bank.



The
Holocaust

Just in time for Holocaust Remembrance Day (April 11), Education World
provides ten lesson plans. Included: Activities to involve students in
creating time lines and ABC books, writing poetry and letters, and
learning about Anne Frank and Holocaust rescuers.


More Timely Lesson Ideas
April
Is Poetry Month




Lesson
Plan of the Day

See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.




Vicki
Cobb's Show-Biz Science

Candy teaches secret of movie stunts.


Box
Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane

This week: "What's Your Number?" teaches decimals.


News for Kids
All-Black
Penguin Is 'One in a Zillion'

New photos recently proved the existence of a very rare all-black
penguin.



Learning Game of the Week

"Number Line Game" reinforces number-line concepts.


Friday
Fun

Adapt this active game for any math skill you are currently teaching.




From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank



Still more special activities for Spring.
Watch
the Flowers Grow

Sprouting
Beans

A
Hungry Caterpillar

I
Can Read!

Flowers
to Eat

April
Showers: Stepping in the Puddles

Let's
Plant!

Get
to the Roots








Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans

Teacher
Lesson #1

A fun cooperative-group reading comprehension strategy.
Teacher
Lesson #2

Active game reinforces spelling or vocabulary words.
Teacher
Lesson #3

Create and write vivid descriptions of new "Fear Factor" stunts.


More Lesson Ideas

Sudoku
Puzzles

Book
Report Makeover

Backpack-tivities
(Homework Activities)

Technology
Lesson Plans




Bulletin
Boards That Teach

April is Math Awareness Month.
Math: Who Needs It? -- Everyone uses math in many ways each day
-- and this bulletin board proves that point.



5-Minute
Fillers

Volume 1.




Month of Fun: March - April
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resource for kids:
SAT
Vocabulary Matching Game (Grades 9-12)

Famous
Art and Artists Hangman Game (Grades 6-12)

Eiffel
Tower Jigsaw Puzzles (Grades 3-6)

April
Fools' Day Word Scramble (Grades 3-8)

Design
a Baseball Jersey (Grades 2-6)

Humor
in Literature Matching Game (Grades 6-12)

Color
and Find Hidden Easter Eggs (Grades K-2)




Just for This Month!
See our April
Month of Fun
, April
Word Search
, and April
Coloring Calendar
. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for
this month's holidays and special days
.






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Each week, Education World presents our Editors' Choices for the
best books for teaching about popular classroom themes. Check out our
choices and add your own recommendations to the Readers' Voices
section of this week's themed booklists.


Best
Books for Teaching About... Weather


Best
Books for Teaching About... Eggs



Best
Books for Teaching About...Art



See more
great books for students and classroom teaching themes
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This Week's Featured Articles






Read and Ride
Teachers in North Carolina put exercise bikes in their classrooms.
Educators in Minnesota use "standing desks" or stability balls in lieu
of student chairs. Strategies vary but the objective is the same --
healthier kids.

Dealing
With Latecomers

Classroom management expert Howard Seeman offers eight tips for handling
students who arrive late for class.

The
"No Zeroes" Policy


In Dotti Etzler's class, teamwork increases percentage of work turned in
from 28 to 61 percent.


Strategy of the Week
Interest
Fairs


More flexible than a Science Fair or a Social Studies Fair, an "Interest
Fair" taps all subjects and students' interests. Whatever their ages,
students are ready to share interests and answer questions on Interest
Fair Night.




From Our Classroom Management Archive







Ask Dr. Shore...
About
a Student With Diabetes

A student who has diabetes recently entered my class. What do I need to
know about a student with this condition?






Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Organization
Station

Create an organization station at the front of the room next to where
you do most instruction.


Classroom Management Article of the Week

De-Myth-tifying
the Classroom Bully

Bullies are raised in the home, but their victims often are created in
the classroom. Learn how what you believe about bullies can hurt your
students.














From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom
Management: Saving Space

Behavior
Management: Classroom Court

Motivating
Kids: Stupendous Students Bulletin Board

Book
Report Makeover: What's Your Sign?

Homework
Tips: Homework Passes

Best
Idea Ever: Covering Keyboards

Testing
Tips: Check Your Work

EdTech
Tips: Clean and Crime Free








Education World's
Professional Development Columnists







Joe Martin: The Teacher Motivator
Teach
Outside Your Comfort Zone

Comfort is not the goal. The goal is constant improvement. Such a simple
shift in our thinking can make a huge difference in our performance
both in and outside the classroom.







Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
The
Hiring Process: Questions! Questions!

Get ready for job interviews by preparing answers to the questions you
might be asked, and practicing how to ask the questions that will give
you a realistic picture of the job.






Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
The
Process of Growth and Change

Training is the easy part of effective professional development. The
hard part is follow-through. Follow-through requires organizational
change to support personal change.




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Development columnist team
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The Math
And Science
Corner




Featured Article
The Mathematics of Music

Drawing parallels between pop music and math concepts is a great way to
reinforce concepts while keeping students' attention.




Math Cats
Springtime
Math


Creative ideas for teaching math outside.



What's
Your Angle?


Test students' knowledge of angles with this clever puzzle.



Boxcar Math
The
Missing Facts

Multiplication and division to find missing factors.


Math
Mnemonics


Metric units of measure.

The Science Lab

Water's
Great Escape

A demonstration of the process of capillary action.


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The Writing Center






The
Concept Mapping Classroom


Inspiration and Kidspiration help students organize their thoughts and
overcome their fear of the "blank page."



The Memorial Project


Laurie Capponi's. students remember the past as they move toward the
future.



April
Fool


Think up an April Fool's tale so tall...?
The
Best Movie Ever


My favorite movie of all time is...

Writing Lessons

Writing
a Color-Coded Paragraph


A traffic light serves as a tool for improved writing. (Grades K-5)
Meaty
Words


"Meaty words" teach summarizing, note-taking. (Grades 3-8)






The Reading Room






Reading Feature

When
to Read Aloud


Read aloud daily to your students, the experts urge. Sounds terrific --
but when will you find the time?



Cathy Puett Miller
Foundational
Treasures in the Early Grades

Oral language, reading aloud, and language play provide students with a
strong foundation for their reading experiences.






Reader's Theater
Cooks'
Challenge

It's a battle of culinary creativity when a nursery rhyme character
competes against a famous chef on a popular cooking show.




Best Books for Teaching About...
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Earth Day 2010
To recognize this year's special 40th anniversary of Earth Day -- April
22 -- Education World offers lessons that will engage students as they
create maps of an astronaut's view of Earth, explore issues of junk mail
and hazardous household waste, learn about endangered species, and much
more. Explore the world of environmental issues with these Best Lessons
on Earth (Day)!





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Education World's Work Sheet Library includes hundreds
of free printables for use across the grades and across the
curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet
Library
for a complete selection.



Math Fact Practice
Math
Fact Practice Work Sheets

Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math
fact practice. Coming soon: division.



Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Animal
Families

A three-column actvity: Draw lines between each animal name and it baby
and group name.



Every-Day Edits
Primary
Edits

Animals A to Z: Warthog.
Ele-Middle
Edits

Duke Ellington, Anne Sullivan, Uganda...


Writing Bug
Story
Starter

I have never been so angry as the time...



Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary
Hunt

April hunt #3
Ele-Middle
Hunt

Hunt #29


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous!
Activity

Earth Day words.


Geography A to Z
Places
That Begin With the Letter O

Can you name all seven places?



Math Cross Puzzle
Math
Puzzle # 12

Review #4


Make Your Own Work Sheet
Work
Sheets for This Month

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Library
Week

Celebrate Library Week (April 11-17) with dozens of book-themed lessons
and activities from our archive.

Math
Fun Volume #2

April is Math Awareness Month. This week, we share the second of four
volumes of "Math Lessons for Math Month." Kids will love practicing
their computation skills with these six "active-ities." In fact, they'll
beg to do the lessons again and again.

Poetry
Month

Turn your students into well-versed poets.


Arbor Day
Many states -- 34 in all -- celebrate Arbor Day in April. But trees can
sprout classroom lessons any time of year. Go out on a limb and present
these lessons about measuring trees, reading a color key map, creating a
"good behavior tree," and more.


More Timely Lesson Ideas

Holocaust
Remembrance Day (April 11)

"Think
Spring" Projects and Lesson Ideas

ESL/ELL
Lessons


Spelling
Up a S-T-O-R-M




Lesson
Plan of the Day

See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.




News for Kids

Rare
‘Switch-Pitcher' Spotted on Baseball Diamond

Will a young ambidextrous pitcher make his way to the major leagues?


Vicki
Cobb's Show-Biz Science

This experiment will help students understand fog "clearly."


Box
Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane

This week: "Your Place or Mine?" teaches decimals.



Learning Game of the Week

In "Five-O" word game, logic and reasoning prevail.


Friday
Fun

Students in every grade learn as they create ABC books.





From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank


Celebrate Trees and Arbor Day
My
Tree Book

Tree
Math

Why
Be a Tree?

Paper
Trees

More
Tree Math

The
Shape of Trees to Come

Trees
Are Terrific

What
Do I Feel? (Parts of a Tree)







Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans

Teacher
Lesson #1

Explore the Seven Wonders of the ancient and modern worlds.
Teacher
Lesson #2

Students learn about and design roller coasters.
Teacher
Lesson #3

Create a realistic interview with a world leader.


More Lesson Ideas
Sudoku
Puzzles

Book
Report Makeover

Backpack-tivities
(Homework Activities)

Technology
Lesson Plans





Bulletin
Boards That Teach

Check out our archive of 40 bulletin board ideas for use the school year
long.



5-Minute
Fillers

Volume 3.




Month of Fun: April
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resources for kids:
Kite
Maze
(Grades K-3)
Word
Mover Poetry Activity
(Grades 3-12)
Thomas
Jefferson Reading Quiz
(Grades 4-8)
Titanic
Cloze Activity
(Grades 4-8)
Mona
Lisa Jigsaw Puzzle
(Grades 3-8)
Library
Lingo Millionaire Game
(Grades 3-6)
Rainforest
Plants PictKross Game
(Grades 4-8)





Just for This Month!
See our April
Month of Fun
, April
Word Search
, and April
Coloring Calendar
. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for this
month's holidays and special days
.






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Best Books for Teaching About…




Each week, Education World presents our Editors' Choices for the
best books for teaching about popular classroom themes. Check out our
choices and add your own recommendations to the Readers' Voices
section of this week's themed booklists.


Best
Books for Teaching About...Earth Day


Best
Books for Teaching About...Poetry



See more
great books for students and classroom teaching themes
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My favorite teacher was scary and mean -- but only in the eyes of those
who had never been in her classroom. Those of us who were her students
encouraged the rumors and bolstered our reputations for bravery, secure
in the knowledge that she would protect and defend us with every ounce
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This Week's Featured Articles





Trashin'
Fashion

In an effort to promote earth-friendly attitudes, teachers are turning
local trash to teaching treasure in very different ways.


The
Book Whisperer: Inspiring Kids to Read


Donalyn Miller earned the nickname "The Book Whisperer" because of her
almost mystical success getting kids to read.

Newspaper
Vocabulary


Jane York uses newspapers to teach and review vocabulary.

Strategy of the Week
Brain-Based
Teaching


Learn how to make the most of brain research in your classroom and in
your personal life. Where did you leave those car keys?




From Our Classroom Management Archive







Ask Dr. Shore...
About
a Student With Asthma

I teach sixth grade and have in my class a student who has a severe case
of asthma. What do I need to know?






Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Keep
Track of Classroom Schedules

Post your daily schedule on the board using simple laminated strips with
magnets on the back.


Classroom Management Article of the Week

Teaching
Empathy

Everyone has met people who are highly compassionate. But we would meet
more of them if children were taught to be empathetic, says author David
A. Levine.














From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom
Management: Keep 'Em Laughing

Behavior
Management: Music, Forms, and Koosh Balls

Motivating
Kids: Projects and Problem Solving

Book
Report Makeover: Acrostic Poem

Homework
Tips: Parents Can Check Homework Too

Best
Idea Ever: Stay Germ Free

Testing
Tips: Psych!










Education World's
Professional Development Columnists







Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Backtalk:
When in Doubt, Do Nothing

The cardinal error in dealing with backtalk is backtalk -- your
backtalk. It takes one fool to backtalk. It takes two fools to make a
conversation out of it.






Joe Martin: The Teacher Motivator
Don't
Get Teacher Amnesia

It's difficult to remember the "blessings" of teaching when we're
constantly bombarded with the "burdens" of teaching. I call that
affliction "teacher amnesia."






Leah Davies: The Teacher Counselor
Encouraging
Thoughts

When children do not feel good about themselves or their situation, they
need to be reminded of ways they can encourage themselves and each
other.


Meet other members of Education World's Professional
Development columnist team
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The Math
And Science
Corner






Math Cats
Teaching
Place Value With Arrow Cards


What are arrow cards and what do you do with them?



Missing
Numbers


Solve each puzzle to find the missing number.



Boxcar Math
Tic
Tac Toe

Adding 3-digit numbers; missing addends.


Math
Mnemonics


Finding the measures of angles in right triangles.


The
Science Lab

Stream
Pollution

A demonstration of the effects of pollution on a stream.

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The Writing Center






A
Teacher's Guide to Getting Student Work Published


Discover the steps you can take to increase the chances that your
students' work will be published.



Family Writers' Workshop


Donna Sacco's students --and their parents -- blossom during family
writing class.



Cross
Country Trip


Who would you take on a cross-country drive?
Alphabetical
Story


Have some fun writing an alphabetical story.

Writing Lessons

"Me"
Resource


Create a "Me" entry for a dictionary, encyclopedia, atlas...
Letters
About the Holocaust


Read a "Children of the Holocaust" biography; write a letter to that
child.






The Reading Room








Rapunzel's
Rap

Queen Beetifah, the leader of a hive near Rapunzel's tower, raps about a
princess with golden hair who was locked away and found by a
music-loving prince.






Reading Feature

Reading
in Real Life


Help your students see reading not as just another school subject, but
as a valuable -- and enjoyable -- part of their daily lives.


Cathy Puett Miller
Engaged
Reading

Engaging all students in active, thinking, reading is vital. Centering
reading around student interests, motivation, and self-concept is how we
give every student a reason to read.




Best Books for Teaching About...
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Poetry
From Photos: A Great Depression Activity

Students write a cinquain poem based on their interpretations of images
from the Great Depression.




Larry
Ferlazzo's Best...


The best Earth Day sites.


Sites to See

Online
Writing Tools

Watch student writing come alive with free online writing tools for
students in grades 7-12 or for K-12 teachers.






Spring
Flower Worksheet

Bring Spring across the curriculum with this versatile worksheet.


This Week's
Techtorial

A
Techtorial

Simple tips for the classroom teacher or lab instructor who wants to
improve students' keyboarding skills.


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This Week's Featured Articles





Students
Produce Must-See TV

Students at one Pennsylvania school keep families and the community "in
the know" about school events by producing video segments that they
upload to the Teacher Tube.


Technology Jump Starts the New Phys Ed
Dodge ball and out-of-shape, whistle-blowing phys ed teachers are
becoming mere memories as PE teachers focus on using technology to
enhance student health.




Podcasting
in Room 201


Nancy Beebe's fifth graders enhance their oral reading and fluency
skills through podcasts.









Education World's
Technology Columnists







Doug Johnson: Tech Proof
The
4th "R"

Oh, boy, just one more darned thing! As if high-level reading, writing,
and math are not enough, along comes "information literacy."







Brenda Dyck: Brenda's Blog
Technology
Trade-Offs

Although criticized for pulling people apart, technology has facilitated
some of the most unbelievable collaborative ventures.





Bernie Poole
Introduction
to the Access Database


Lesson 6 of Bernie Poole's Essential Microsoft Office 2007 explains
databases and introduces readers to the Access database.









From the Learning Machine




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Miguel Guhlin:
The IT Crowd

Moodlizing
Your Education Enterprize

Moodle is one of those technologies that can transform how you handle
online professional development and student learning.



Alma Row's
Gadget of the Week





Sharing files is easy with file dropper.




How
Not to Use PowerPoint

A humorous yet insightful look at how people (teachers included) should not
be using PowerPoint.
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From
the Science Machine


Use Plane Smarts to explore the topics of aeronautics and
chemistry. (Grades 2-6)




From
the Reading Machine

Charlotte's Web: Make-Your-Own Comics reinforces writing skills.
(Grades 3-6)

From
the Math Machine

Jumping Math Cats is a fun Web site for teaching problem solving.
(Grades 4-12)






Featured Site Reviews






Check out this week's site reviews:


Google
Docs and Spreadsheets

An online word processor and spreadsheet editor.



MakeBeliefsComix
Students create their own comic strips.



Lightning
Bug

Spark student writing with this useful Web site.


Explore our Site
Review Archives
for more great sites. You also can keep up with our
latest reviews by signing up for our Site Review Newsletter.




Smart
Search

There's more to searching smart than you think. Check out these helpful
hints.






























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From the Principal's Toolbox
Rewards
Motivate Students to Achieve Reading Goals

When our students read 34,000 books, they were rewarded with a live
concert. A local group of musicians from our high school were supposed
to perform, but had to back out at the last minute, so we went to Plan B
and had our teachers form groups and perform for our students -- which
they loved!



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From Our
Leadership Library


Online
Gallery Raises Funds, Self-Esteem

Artsonia is a fundraiser and a free online gallery for student art.


Homework
Study Hall

Program helps students make up missed work.


Building
Morale

Principals use FISH! philosophy to motivate staff.


School
Air Quality

Communities fight against mold, more.


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Of Principal Concern:
A Blog for School Leaders


Have you seen the latest blog entries?
Get
Set to Celebrate Books During School Library Month, Children's Book
Week

Your students might not have appeared on Oprah's show like the kids at
Ocoee Middle School did earlier this month, but that doesn't mean you
can't get them as motivated to read as the kids at OMS are.
Last Week's Blog Entry
Do
Michelle Obama and Jamie Oliver Stand a Chance?






Partners for Student Success


Families
Share the Reading Experience, Bolster Reading Skills

Reading specialists at one Illinois school approached their parent group
and proposed a new project. A "parent-child book discussion group,"
which would strengthen family connections through a shared reading
experience, has become a bestseller!



Focus On...
The
Homework Dilemma

The debate over homework -- what kinds, how much, how to grade it -- is
an active one in many schools. It is one that impacts the entire school
community. The articles in this archive share stories and practical tips
that will help you as you lead this challenging discussion with the
members of your school community.


From the Principal Files
Make
Graduation Day Special

Whether you call it Graduation Day, Move-Up or Step-Up Day, or
Recognition or Promotion Day, the day you set aside to honor your
school's "senior" class can be a special one with these ideas from
Education World's "Principal Files" team.





Newsletters 'R Us
Copy and paste this free content into your teacher or school
newsletters.

Caught
on the Web
GeoSpy (Grades 2-up)
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Clipart Library
Clipart for Every Month
Fun
Facts
Volume #21
Parent
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Spring

Math
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Simply Symmetrical 2
Parent
Pointers
Dealing With Sadness

Newsletter
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Education World's Administrator's Desk Columnists






Pete Hall's Always Strive To Be a Better You
Less
Is More

We've got district initiatives, government regulations, grant
stipulations, contracted obligations, state mandates... Heck, our plates
are full! Let's remove some of the clutter from our plates by removing
some of the clutter from our teachers' plates.





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From Our
Admin Feature Archive


Pawlas
on PR

A drill sergeant's advice has stuck with me for years.



Take
Five for...

Getting the most out of the teacher evaluation process.




How I Handled...

An emergency in which a student broke his leg.



Principal
Ideas #11

Pies and water balloons boost attendance, Teacher Appreciation Year!,
more...



Instant
Meeting #22

A graphic tool helps staff analyze a problem's causes.



Exceptional
Event

Math Night (Math Awareness Month)



Morning
Math

Questions for Week #32


More Features
Turnaround
Tales

School
Grants

Administrators Message Board


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Education Humor with Gina Barreca
Prescient
Report Cards

This week, Gina writes, "...It's hard to write sincerely interested,
personally invested, and seriously detailed evaluations of kids who, by
this point in the school year, we most sincerely, personally, and
seriously want to lock in the supply cabinet until the final bell
rings."





Diane Hodges' Looking Forward to Monday Morning
A prolific author and a frequent presenter at education conferences,
Diane Hodges offers ideas you can use to drive your staff happy!
This week...
More
Ideas for Recognizing Admin Professionals Day

--- Students' View of the Job
--- What Every Woman/Man Wants...
--- Quote This!





Paul Young's Young @ Heart
Give
Yourself the Best Gift: The Gift of Time

"Time is a precious resource. So why do most principals give it away so
freely? We need to learn to regain control of our daily schedules. We
need to learn how to create time for ourselves. Do you want to save
precious minutes every day? Or create more hours in a week?" Included:
Two dozen ideas ideas to help you accomplish just that.





Leah Davies, The Teacher Counselor
Enrichment
Activities for Children

Schools have an opportunity to enhance children's social and emotional
growth as well as their academic knowledge. These four activities will
help foster self-understanding, positive peer interaction, initiative,
and learning.






Mr. Ivan: The Principal Poet


Education World's resident poet, Mr. Ivan, presents a poem that is sure
to bring grins to school leaders everywhere. This week's poem is...
"Teacher's
Questions"


But I've started thinking lately
That teacher's really not that bright
'Cuz she keeps on asking questions...
With answers even I get right...

Read
more...




Meet the other members of Education World's columnist team:

Carlton
Ashby

Larry
Bell

Evelyn
Cortez-Ford

Sandra
Harris

Don
Peek







More from the Administrator's Desk





Wire Side Chat

Resources
to Help Reach and Teach Autistic Students

Autism Spectrum Disorders are the fastest growing diagnosis of childhood
disabilities in the U.S. During National Autism Awareness Month
(April), the NEA is highlighting some of its teacher and parent
resources for reaching and teaching students with autism.


Last Week's Featured Article
Keeping
Kids ‘Above the Line'

Above and below are concepts most children grasp at a young age -- so
that is the basis for the Above the Line behavior management approach,
which stresses teaching children to keep their behavior “Above the
Line” and encourages them to fix it when it's not. Included:
Suggestions for using Above the Line school-wide.



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Best Books for School Leaders



Teacher
Under Construction: Things I Wish I'd Known!: A Survival Handbook for
New Middle School Teachers

One of the books from the revived Weekly Reader presses, this handbook
(it's only 110 pages) is a good, brief, practical guide for the middle
school educator. Features such as a parent conference checklist, a
"5-10-15-20" rule of time management, and other common-sense tips are
indeed the kinds of things experienced teachers can usefully offer
newcomers. A great balance between the nuts and bolts practicalities and
the human aspects of the job, and a book concise enough to fit into
your bag.
Click
to learn more or to purchase this book.





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Education World shares education headlines in the news.


Florida
Bill Would Mandate Civics Lessons in Schools

A bill in the Florida Legislature would require middle school students
to show that they know a few things about government in order to get to
high school. The plan worries some Florida educators.


Panelists
Say Cutting Recess Not Way to Improve Achievement

Recess time has been shrinking during the No Child Left Behind era. Now,
support for recess is gaining greater traction as more experts tout its
positive impact on student achievement, behavior, and health.


Grammy
Nominee Develops Hip-Hop Curriculum

The Bridge Da Gap program uses hip hop music to teach positive traits to
America's youth. The curriculum teaches anger management, self-respect,
self-determination, how to deal with peer pressure, and abstinence.


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This
Week's Survey Question

Are school lunches in your district getting better/more nutritious?

Last
Week's Survey Results

Which of the statements below best describes how many classrooms in your
school have interactive whiteboards?


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Students
Learning English at U.S. Schools Show Improvement

Schoolchildren who are still learning English made progress over the
last three years, according to a report that may indicate tougher
accountability standards have resulted in positive gains.


Green
Schools Cut Costs One Watt at a Time

During the first quarter of Tennessee's Green Schools' program, launched
in August 2009, measures implemented at the eight schools in the
program resulted in combined savings of $44,601.


Two
Grades, One Class

Budgets are forcing Omaha's schools to trim 44 full-time teaching
positions. That means the number of multi-grade classrooms will increase
substantially next fall. The number is scheduled to grow from 27 to 47.


Food
Fun Takes Over Massachusetts School

Throwing, juggling and dancing with food aren't usually allowed in
school, but they are all OK when they are being done by performers from
FoodPlay, an Emmy Award winning nutrition show.


Developers
Seek to Link iPad With Education

Technology experts say Apple's latest gizmo, the iPad, won't replace
students' laptops, but a menu of applications could help teach the
periodic table, a range of languages, and a host of other K-12 subjects.


Can
iPod Touch Boost Math Scores?

Searching for a way to help students who scored below grade level on the
math portion of the FCAT last year, one Florida school decided to
experiment with the iPod Touch – and the results so far are good.


RealityWorks
Teaches Business Ed With Online Simulation Games

RealityWorks has released a set of online games that tests students'
knowledge of business strategies. Users create their own company and
product and participate in activities that simulate real business.


See more education news headlines in our EDscoops
Archive
.








From Our "School Issues" Features Archive





School
Issues Articles

Explore our archive of articles and columnist entries from recent
months.



Fit
To Be Taught

Check out news brief about how you can help grow healthy kids who learn
better.

Turnaround
Tales

Read about schools that have raised scores and transformed student
achievement.

Read
About It

Delve deep into our article archive via important keywords and topics.


Lessons from Our Nation's Schools
Teaming
Up to Achieve

Ed World spent a year with the staff of a school in need of improvement.

In
a Sub's Shoes

Education World news editor Ellen Delisio spent a year as a substitute
teacher.

What
Ever It Takes

Ed World spends a year with the seventh grade team at Bennet Middle
School.

See
more "Lessons from Our Nations Schools"




























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of free printables for use across the grades and across the
curriculum. You will find a sampling of our printables below. Visit our Work Sheet
Library
for a complete selection.



Math Fact Practice
Math
Fact Practice Work Sheets

Use these printables for addition, subtraction, and multiplication math
fact practice. Coming soon: division.



Free Work Sheets
From TLS Books

Multiply
by 9

Figure out the answer to the riddle question by solving the
multiplication problems.


Every-Day Edits
Primary
Edits

Animals A to Z: Woodchuck.
Ele-Middle
Edits

Nellie Bly, Tony Blair, Mother's Day…


Writing Bug
Story
Starter

I think the animal that makes the best pet is…



Coloring Calendar
May
Calendar

Plus 25 ideas for using the learning calendar.


Build a Fab Vocab
Vocab-u-lous!
Activity

Mother's Day words.


Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary
Hunt

May hunt #1
Ele-Middle
Hunt

Hunt #31


Math Cross Puzzle
Math
Puzzle # 13

Place value (thousands, hundreds) and multiplication by 2-digit numbers.



Geography A to Z
Places
That Begin With the Letter P

Can you name all seven places?


More Printables
Work
Sheets from Teacher Created Materials

100+ printables for all subjects, grades.
Phonics
Word Search Puzzles

A puzzle a week all school year long.
Sudoku
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Challenge students with number fun.
Work Sheet
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Math Fun #4
Practice! Practice! Practice! That's how most students learn their
addition facts or times tables. But it's OK to lighten up and add some
fun to math-facts learning. Included in this fourth volume of Math
Awareness Month lessons: five games to engage students as they learn
math facts.

Children's
Book Week

Celebrate Book Week (May 10-16) with these activities, crafts, projects,
much more.

Mother's Day
Mother's Day provides an opportunity to recognize one of the most
important educators in a student's life. Click here for resources,
activities, and crafts to help make this holiday one that students,
parents, and teachers will remember. Included: Activities, crafts,
projects, much more.

Arbor
Day

Go out on a limb and present these lessons about measuring trees,
creating a "good behavior tree," more.

Pet Week
May 2-8 is National Pet Week. Have you been feeling like the proverbial
"old dog"? Learn some new tricks with five lessons that bring the
delightful topic of pets -- from feline to fish to fowl -- into the
classroom. Included: Five lessons that reinforce language arts, math,
and science skills.

Teacher
Appreciation Week, May 2-8

A special gift just for you: five lessons to leave behind when you take a
day off.

America's
Civil War

Teach about the war that divided a nation and ended slavery.


More Timely Lesson Ideas
Cinco
de Mayo WebQuest

Poetry
Month

Grammar
Fun




Lesson
Plan of the Day

See lesson plans posted on recent days. Search for lessons by subject.




Box
Cars and One-Eyed Jacks Math Games With Joanne and Jane

This week: "3 Addend Snap."


News for Kids
Classrooms
Are Growing Greener

Making classrooms "greener" can have a positive impact on student health
and learning.




Learning Game of the Week

A dice game reinforces students' computation skills.


Friday
Fun

With cameras in hand, math word problems come to life.


Vicki
Cobb's Show-Biz Science

Use cheese to teach chemistry.




From Our
Early Childhood
Activity Bank


Special Activities for All Year Long
Early
Childhood Activity Archive

Find 400+ activities perfect for the early childhood setting. These
activities have been culled from previous issues of our Early Childhood
Newsletter. Search by month for timely activities, or search the
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Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans

Teacher
Lesson #1

Teaching multiple meanings of idioms.

Teacher
Lesson #2

"Price Is Right" game teaches coin values.

Teacher
Lesson #3

Popular children's book teaches fractions.


More Lesson Ideas

Sudoku
Puzzles

Book
Report Makeover

Backpack-tivities
(Homework Activities)

Technology
Lesson Plans





Bulletin
Boards That Teach

Check out our archive of 40 bulletin board ideas for use the school year
long.



5-Minute
Fillers

Volume 5.




Month of Fun: May
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resources for kids:
Dance
Styles Word Search
(Grades 3-5)
Audubon
Coloring Page: Swan
(1-5)
Build
a Playground Game
(PreK-K)
President
Monroe Coloring Page
(2-5)
Zipper
Jigsaw Puzzle
(2-8)
Arbor
Day Concentration Game
(2-8)
Maypole
Coloring Page
(K-2)





Just for This Month!
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Month of Fun
, May
Word Search
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Coloring Calendar
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Best Books for Teaching About…




Each week, Education World presents our Editors' Choices for the
best books for teaching about popular classroom themes. Check out our
choices and add your own recommendations to the Readers' Voices
section of this week's themed booklists.


Best
Books for Teaching About...Math Concepts


Best
Books for Teaching About...Mother's Day



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Raise your hand if you can't tell the difference between an excellent
teacher and a teacher who's just taking up space at the front of the
classroom. Do I see a hand there in the back? No? Sorry! Someone's just
stretching. The fact is, excellent teachers just aren't that hard to
spot, are they? We all know who they are.

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This Week's Featured Articles





Training
the Next Generation of Science, Math Teachers

Dr. Angelo Collins, executive director of the Knowles Science Teaching
Foundation, explains how she hopes the Foundation's fellows will help
transform high-school math and science education.

Rejuvenate
Recess


Author and PE expert Guy Bailey shares some of his favorite games to
help classroom teachers make the most of recess, even when the weather
doesn't cooperate.


Starring
Kevin McDaniels

Wii improves coordination and social skills in students with special
needs.

Strategy of the Week
Handwriting

If you've been avoiding teaching handwriting because of a lack of
knowledge or training, these resources can help.







From Our Classroom Management Archive






Ken Shore: The ABCs of Bullying Prevention
Understanding
School Bullying

Bullying takes place when a more powerful child intentionally and
repeatedly hurts or torments a more vulnerable child.




Ms. Powell's Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
Pockets
of Real-World Reading Material

A large, heavy-duty chart with clear pockets is a great way to provide
students access to real-world reading materials.

Classroom Management Article of the Week

Tattle
Tales

The important issue to help children understand about tattling is not
when to report. Nor is it what to report. The critical decision involves
who to report to.













From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom
Management: Organizational Strategies

Behavior
Management: Character Ed

Motivating
Kids: Offer Choices

Book
Report Makeover: Story Maps and Boxes

Homework
Tips: Win a Prize

Best
Idea Ever: You've Got Mail!

Testing
Tips: Testing! Testing!








Education World's
Professional Development Columnists






Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Creating
Student Engagement

To create student engagement, the teacher must succeed in managing both
discipline and instruction. If kids are goofing off, they aren't
engaged.




Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
Strategies
for Motivating Students

Are you doing the same exact thing day after day? Take some time to
analyze what's happening in your classroom, then try a few of the
suggestions here to pep up your class.




Leah Davies: The Teacher Counselor
Encouraging
Thoughts

When children do not feel good about themselves, they need to be
reminded of ways they can encourage themselves and one another.


Meet other members of Education World's Professional
Development columnist team
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And Science
Corner






Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Spreadsheets:
A Dynamic Path to Understanding Math


Let's take a look at what we can gain from using spreadsheets in a
classroom math program.


Featured Article
Puzzles
to Exercise the Brain


Do your students' brains seem a little lazy lately? These puzzles will
get those neurons sparking.




What's
Your Angle?


Test students' knowledge of angles with this clever puzzle.




Boxcar Math
A
- Ten - Tion

Students use playing cards to create 2-digit numbers between 11 and 99.



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The Writing Center





Exercises
to Unlock the Poet Within


The experts -- working poets who teach their craft -- share their
secrets for instructing and inspiring budding poets.

A
Teachable Moment


Constantine Christopulos's second graders petition for fewer green
beans.


Not
Your Average Grandmother


Describe the world's most unique grandmother.
Super
Hero


You're a new super hero. What are your powers?
Writing Lessons

Write
a Teacher Appreciation Letter


Students write a letter to a former teacher. (Grades 3-12)

Invent
a Holiday

Students create a new holiday worth celebrating. (Grades 3-12)








The Reading Room





Reading Feature

"Talking"
Books Create a Hook


Media specialist Nancy Keane created a Web site called Booktalks
Quick and Simple
to help educators make books more appealing to
students.



A
Mother's Day Surprise

Siblings learn that the best gift doesn't have to be expensive or come
wrapped in a fancy box.






Cathy Puett Miller
Connecting
Reading to Life

No matter where you teach, walking the tightrope of curriculum,
standards, and accountability must never lessen the drive to connect
content to experience.



Best Books for Teaching About...
Mother's
Day


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