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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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Click the links below for some great books for teaching about these timely topics.

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
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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
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June 1, 2010
















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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.


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.



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
Before this year, which teacher was your favorite teacher? Write a short
letter to that teacher.



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


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


Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
June hunt #1
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #35


Math Cross Puzzle
Math Puzzle # 15
Review #5


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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Flag Day
Flag Day, June 14, is a day to honor and learn about the "Stars and
Stripes." The American flag has a colorful history and interesting
evolution. Education World brings you crafts, games, music, and more to
help your students enjoy a star-spangled celebration.


End-of-Year Projects #2
A dozen ideas to keep students learning.

End-of-Year Reviews
Spice up reviews, ensure retention.

More Review Ideas
Reviewing for those inevitable end-of-unit tests doesn't have to be
tedious for you and boring for your students. Liven up your review
lessons -- or reinforce previously taught skills --with one of these
five games that students will love and from which they will learn.

Ten More Classroom Games
Looking for ways to "work" some fun into the final days?

Father's Day
Dads are special! Join Education World as we celebrate the important
role that fathers play in children's lives. Included: Gift ideas, books,
songs, and inspiring activities to help students recognize their dads.



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




Learning Game of the Week
Use study skills, imagination in "Rewriting History" game.



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

This week: "Fair Game - Subtraction."


News for Kids
Couple in Japan Gets Married By a Robot
At a recent wedding ceremony, a robot named I-Fairy pronounced a couple
man-and-wife.



Friday Fun
"Get the ball rolling" with this idiom activity.


Vicki Cobb's Show-Biz Science
How do polarized sunglasses reduce glare?




From Our
Early Childhood
Activity Bank


Special Activities for This Week: Animals Alive!
Match the Animal Babies
Animal Tic-Tac-Toe
Wooly Lambs
Who Hatches?
Baby Animals Graph
Circle of Pandas
Milk a Cow
A House Is a House... (Animal Habitats)







Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans

Teacher Lesson #1
Write a character sketch about someone you know.
Teacher Lesson #2
Compare bottled water and pond water qualities.
Teacher Lesson #3
Students create pizza-box biographies.


More Lesson Ideas

Sudoku Puzzles
Book Report Makeover
Backpack-tivities (Homework Activities)
Technology Lesson Plans



Bulletin Boards That Teach
Dino-Mite Work -- This monster dino that displays students' best
work is sure to be a big hit.



5-Minute Fillers
Volume 10.




Month of Fun: May/June
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resources for kids:
Counting Fish Game (Grades PreK-K)
Memorial Day Crossword (Grades 3-5)
Dairy Word Scramble
(Grades 3-6)

Spell Check Game
(Grades 2-8)

Rose Jigsaw Puzzle
(Grades 3-12)

Aesop's Fables Word Search
(Grades 2-4)

Hot Air Balloon Maze
(Grades K-3)






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








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...Flag Day


Best Books for Teaching About...Father's Day



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June 8, 2010

















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Best Books for
Teaching About...






Best

Books for Teaching About...Butterflies







Best

Books for Teaching About...Geography



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Building
Vocabulary

While it's a given that all your students might not ever become walking
thesauruses, with a little practice -- and a good dose of fun -- you can
help them all develop a strong vocabulary. Ed World's themed page
provides dozens of ideas for building vocab, dictionary skills.

Playground

Maps

An endless source of fun and learning.

Citizenship

Lessons

These folktales teach cooperation to young students.

Father's Day
Dads are special! Join Education World as we celebrate the important
role that fathers contribute to children's lives. Gifts, books, songs,
and inspiring activities will help your students recognize the unique
role their dads play.



Lesson

Plan of the Day

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



Friday

Fun

Create a favorite book on tape so others might enjoy it too.




Learning Game of the Week

Review parts of the body with "Human Body Simon Says."



Box

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

This week: "What's The Difference?" teaches subtracting 3-digit numbers.






Vicki

Cobb's Show-Biz Science

Explore math mystery with newspaper.




The Writing Bug
Story

Starter

Fame, money, or power -- which is most and least important to
you?



From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank

Looking

at W: A Watermelon Wheelbarrow

Froggy

Fun

Marshmallow

Finger Puppets


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Printable
Work Sheet Library



In our Work Sheet Library you will find printables for every grade level
and subject. Some of our work sheet collections are listed below. For a
complete list of printable resources from our editors and our partners,
visit the Work

Sheet Library.

<li> Animals A to Z
</li><li> Backpack-tivities
</li><li> Coloring Calendars
</li><li> Every-Day Edits
</li><li> Geography A to Z
</li><li> Hunt the Fact Monster
</li><li> It All Adds Up
</li><li> Make Your Own Work Sheets
</li><li> Math Cross Puzzles
</li><li> Name the Mystery State
</li><li> Phonics Word Search Puzzles
</li><li> Readers Theater scripts
</li><li> Sudoku Puzzles
</li><li> Vocab-u-lous!
</li><li> Where Is Mrs. Waffenschmidt?

From Our Partners
Work sheets from...
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</li><li> Texas Instruments
</li><li> Teacher Created Resources


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Alphabet

Scavenger Hunt


M&M

Charts 聳 Mmm!

Feed

the Math Monster





More Timely
Lesson Ideas

Flag

Day

Make our flag the star with these lessons.
Make

Reviews More Fun

These games can be used to review a year of classroom learning.





News

for Kids

Each week during the school year, we present a news story -- ripped
from the headlines!
-- written just for kids in grades 3-8. An
accompanying teacher's guide and a printable comprehension worksheet
that emphasizes test-taking practice make this feature a complete
teaching resource. Here are a few of the headlines from the past school
year. Take a look!
Do

Mosquitoes Like You?

Kid

Walks from 聭My House to the White House'

Mini

T. rex Fossil Surprises Scientists

Kid

Heroes Use the Heimlich Maneuver






5-Minute

Fillers

Volume 11




Month of Fun: June
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resources for kids:
D-Day

Printable Quiz
(Grades 9-12)
Internet

Safety Hangman
(3-6)
Introduction

to Architecture Games
(3-6)
Rivers

and Lakes Quiz
(5-12)
Cat

Word Search
(1-3)
Graduation

Maze
(Grades K-3)
Anne

Frank Matching Activity
(7-12)






Just for This Month! See our June Month of
Fun
, June

Word Search
, and June Coloring
Calendar
. PLUS! Create your own work sheets for holidays
and special days.
























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From Our Classroom Management Archive







Ask Dr. Shore...
About

a Student With Asthma

I have in my class a student with severe asthma. What do I need to know?





Ms. Powell's Tips
Storing

Individual Math Manipulative Kits

Label each kit with a number that corresponds with a number assigned to
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This Week's Featured Articles






Twenty-Five

Activities to Keep Kids' Brains Active in the Summer Sun

As students set out on summer adventures, send their parents a
much-needed "life preserver" -- a list of 25 activities to enjoy with
their children.



Teacher's

Travels Inspire Young Artists


Last summer, art teacher Tim Wallace hit the road on a driving tour of
America's national parks. Along the way, he inspired his students to
create art and to maintain their own sketchbooks about their summer
travels.



Motivating

Attendance

Incentives encourage Judy Swartz's students to "be there" on test day.

Strategy of the Week
Shared

Reading


Many teachers use shared-reading -- an approach to teaching reading that
engages students and makes them better readers. Reading expert Dr.
Janet Allen and two teachers offer tips for a successful start to shared
reading.







Education World's
Professional Development Columnists







Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Responding

to Backtalk

Think of backtalk as a melodrama written, produced, and directed by the
student. If you accept your part in the melodrama, it's "show time." If
you don't, the show bombs.






Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
Working

With Difficult People

A myriad of situations can cause you difficulty within the workplace.
Here are a few thoughts to help you get through those times with your
dignity intact.






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."

















From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom

Management: A Little Bit of This

Behavior

Management: Behavior, Bellringers

Motivating

Kids: Provide Real World Problems

Book

Report Makeover: A Card Catalogue

Homework

Tips: Homeworkopoly

Best

Idea Ever: Review on the Fly

Testing

Tips: A Test Rehearsal








Education World's
Professional Development Columnists







Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Tools

for Teaching
Supplies Specifics
For PBIS and RtI

The objective of Tools for Teaching for the past 40 years has
been to develop specific classroom management procedures that
prevent both discipline and instruction problems.



Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
Making

the Most of Summer

Ah, summertime! Time to kick back, relax, enjoy your time off -- and get
ready for a new school year. But how can you enjoy your summer and
prepare for a new school year?






Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
Summer

Is Comin' My Way

The last day of school -- a day worth singing about; a day that cries
out for a rousing song teachers can pour their hearts into. What a
beautiful morning! What a beautiful day!




Meet other members of Education World's Professional

Development columnist team.





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The Math
And Science
Corner






Count

the Monkeys


Students look for an elusive monkey in this amazing "vanishing" puzzle.



Wendy Petti's Math Cats
A
Math Toolbox in Every Home


Help students assemble math toolboxes for their own families.



Boxcar Math
Climb

the Ladder to 100

Players practice place value, adding numbers to 100, and vertical
addition.


Math

Mnemonics


A word-problem solving strategy.

The Science Lab

My

Teacher Caused an Earthquake

An introduction to seismic waves.

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The Writing Center





Teaching

Writing as a Process


We help students develop strong writing skills when we not only teach
them the steps in the process, but also guide them while they take risks
and explore.


The

Memorial Project


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


It's

Great to Be My Age


My age is the best age to be because...
New

in School


It's the day before your first day in a new school...

Writing Lessons

Persuasive

Writing Commercial Style


Create persuasive commercials for common products. (Grades 3-8)
Writing

a Character Sketch


Write a character sketch about someone you know. (Grades 3-12)







The Reading Room






Reader's Theater
The

Incredible Animal Race

The outcome of the Animal Kingdom's annual race seems obvious -- until a
surprising twist brings an amazing finish.





Cathy Puett Miller: The Reading Coach
Multiple

Groupings and Student Achievement

Learn how you can use small group instruction and learning circles to
engage every child in grade-level experiences.




Best Books for Teaching About...
Spelling

Fitness

























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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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Volume 14, Issue 27
July 5, 2010















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Best Books for
Teaching About...



Check our Education World's Editors' Choices for the best books
for teaching about popular classroom themes.





Best Books for Teaching About...Games






Best Books for Teaching About...Oceans


See more great books for students and classroom teaching
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Phone Book Math
Did the phone company just deliver new phone books to your door? Don't
throw out the old ones -- ask students to bring them to school. Those
old phone books offer opportunities for lots of valuable math practice.
So, let your fingers do the walking to some great math lessons!

Hold a Read-In
Eight themes for reading fun. More great ideas too.

Quick-Tivities
Ten lessons that can be done in 10 minutes.

Harry Potter
Use the books or movies as an opportunity to write Harry Potter haiku.

Poetry
Ed World's themed page offers dozens of ideas for incorporating poetry
in your lessons.

Financial Literacy
Help get students started on the road to financial responsibility.



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: "Snap Two It – Addition."


Friday Fun
Students reflect on and chronicle their lives from A to Z.



Learning Game of the Week
Memorize quotes in teams in the "100 Famous Quotes"game.














Vicki Cobb's Show-Biz Science
Make a spectacular (and harmless) explosion with candy and soda.




The Writing Bug
Story Starter
Inquiring Minds Want to Know -- Number 5 Be a tabloid news reporter!



From Our
Early Childhood Activity Bank

Summer Science
So Salty!
Where Are the Ants?
The Enourmous Watermelon
A Day at the Beach
Lucky Ladybugs
Reaching for the Stars


More Timely
Lesson Ideas

Reading Fun
Make every week Book Week with these fun and "novel" reading lesson
ideas.
Pretzels
This weekly activity teaches kids to handle and resolve conflict.

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Explore Our
Printable
Work Sheet Library



In our Work Sheet Library you will find printables for every grade level
and subject. Some of our work sheet collections are listed below. For a
complete list of printable resources from our editors and our partners,
visit the Work Sheet Library.

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</li><li> Coloring Calendars
</li><li> Geography A to Z
</li><li> It All Adds Up
</li><li> Math Cross Puzzles
</li><li> Phonics Word Search Puzzles
</li><li> Sudoku Puzzles
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Timelines
All the timeline resources you'll need across the grades.
Using Debates in the Classroom
Five debate strategies, plus extra lessons for students of all ages.
Writing Lessons
Great Reading Ideas
ABC Books in the Classroom



News for Kids
Each week during the school year, we present a news story -- ripped
from the headlines!
-- written just for kids in grades 3-8. An
accompanying teacher's guide and a printable comprehension worksheet
that emphasizes test-taking practice make this feature a complete
teaching resource. Here are a few of the headlines from the past school
year. Take a look!

States Declare War on Carp
Navy to End Ban on Women in Submarines
Construction Gets Underway at Martin Luther
King Memorial

Should School Buses Have Seat Belts?



5-Minute Fillers Volume 15.




Month of Fun: June/July
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resources for kids:
Declaration of Independence Quiz
(Grades 5-12)

Circus Word Unscramble
(Grades 3-5)
Summer Food Safety Quiz (Grades
5-12)
Smokey the Bear Message Maze
(Grades 3-6)
Summer Coloring Page
(Grades K-2)
Printable Hot Dogs Word Search
(Grades 1-4)
Berenstain Bears Pack a Picnic Game
(Grades K-2)







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























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From Our Classroom Management Archive







Ask Dr. Shore...
About Moving to a New School
What can we do to ease our children's transition to a new school
district?






Ms. Powell's Tips


Clean Desk Diagram
Brainstorm the qualities of a clean desk and create a labeled diagram
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This Week's Featured Articles







Recycling Turns Trash Into Treasure

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

Wii Play to Improve Learning Skills
Wii improves coordination and social skills in students with special
needs.






Education World's
Professional Development Columnists







Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Tools for Teaching Tips for Substitutes
Consider two perspectives when applying Tools for Teaching to substitute
teaching -- when you are about to have a substitute and when you
are about to be one.



Emma McDonald: The New Teacher Advisor
Freedoms and Responsibilities
Your goal should be to empower students to take a part in their own
learning while being held accountable for their behavior and work
product.



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).


















From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom Management: Objectivity Through
Anonymity

Behavior Management: Rewards, Testing, and
Teamwork

Motivating Kids: Hands-On Math
Book Report Makeover: Book in a ...?
Homework Tips: Design Your Own Homework
Best Idea: Scavenger Hunt Review
Testing Tips: Time Travails








The Writing Center





Conferencing With Young Writers

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


Letters to Home

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


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The Math
And Science
Corner






Wendy Petti's Math Cats
Even Teachers Make Mistakes

After a student caught me in a math mistake, my students took it as a
friendly challenge to catch me making another.



The Tall and Short of It

How tall is she?



Boxcar Math
Make 20
Addition and subtraction to 20; odd and even. (Grades 1-3)


Math Mnemonics

The measure of an angle.

The Science Lab

I Can Create Lightning
A demonstration of static electricity.

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A Noise in the Attic

When I was lying in bed I heard footsteps in the attic...
The Oldest Living Person

Imagine that you are the oldest person in the world...

Writing Lessons

Acrostic Book Report
Use letters in a book's title to write an acrostic book report.

(Grades K-8)
Oreo Cookie Writing

Oreo cookies teach a valuable lesson about good writing.
(Grades
3-12)







The Reading Room







The Other Cinderella Story
Cinderella's stepmother and stepsisters announce the release of their
new book revealing shocking "truths" about the would-be queen.







Cathy Puett Miller: The Reading Coach
Sustained Silent Reading in the Classroom
Independent silent reading has been viewed as a time-honored educational
tool. Yet today, many teachers sacrifice it for direct instruction,
arguing that there are more effective ways to spend the time. What do
the experts say?




Best Books for Teaching About...
The U.S. Constitution

Bees




























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Don't miss this opportunity to break through the huge walls of
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The National Association of Elementary School Principals Foundation has
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Graphing Our Snacks
Students graph the fat content of their favorite snack foods.






Sites to See

Career Education
Help young people make informed decisions as they explore career
opportunities, choose a college major, or make the transition from
school to work.






Flag Shapebooks
Invite students to use these to write about patriotism.

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This Week's Featured Articles





Students Map Neighborhoods With GIS
Learn how Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software is helping
students locate and document hazards in their communities.






Wii Can Teach
Discover how Wii can improve coordination and social skills in students
with special needs.









Education World's
Technology Columnists







Miguel Guhlin: The IT Crowd
Five Selection Criteria for Visitor Management
Systems

Moving from a paper-and-pencil visitor check-in system to a
technology-driven system is a critical step in protecting students and
staff.






Doug Johnson: Tech Proof
The Teacher's Technology Manifesto
I am suggesting that we ban one of the most potentially harmful
technologies of all -- the pencil. We must eliminate them from schools
because...







Brenda Dyck: Brenda's Blog
Podcasting Connects Students to New Ways of
Learning

Discover how educators are taking advantage of the learning benefits
that emerging technologies offer forward thinking teachers.










From the Learning Machine





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The Growing Role of Online Learning
Enrollment in online and blended courses will continue growing, so
educators need training and schools need plans to ensure the efficient
integration of online learning.


Alma Row's
Gadget of the Week





SketchUp is a free 3D modeling program available through Google.

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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)






Featured Site Reviews






Check out this week's site reviews:


Mapping Your Future
Options for higher education and career opportunities.



Bureau of Labor Statistics Career Information
Career guidance information for elementary grades.



Astro-Venture
Students role-play NASA occupations.


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.


Starring...
Using digital video in the classroom.





























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e-mails:dr_wessam2006@hotmail.com
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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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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.

Worksheets from
The Critical Thinking Co.

Following Directions
Follow the directions. Mark the appropriate shapes. (Grades K-2)
Analogies With Shapes
Which shape completes the analogy? (Grades 3-5)
Oh, Fur Goodness Sake!
Read the true story. Then make an inference based on the evidence in the story. (Grades 6-8)

Every-Day Edits
Primary Edits
Animals A to Z: Gorilla.
Ele-Middle Edits
Eleanor Roosevelt, Tecumseh, Sputnik...

Writing Bug
Story Starter
What would happen if kids ruled the world?

Hunt the Fact Monster
Primary Hunt
October hunt #4
Ele-Middle Hunt
Hunt #8

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

Geography A to Z
All Around Europe
Tour #2

Math Cross Puzzle
Math Puzzle # 20
Review #7

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

More Printables
Work Sheets from TLS Books
Two dozen freebies created just for Ed World.
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
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</td></tr></table></td></tr></table> Have Some Halloween Fun
Boo! Ghosts and goblins are about. Witches walk among us. Princes, princesses, fairies, and knights fill schools and classrooms. Is there any doubt that Halloween is here? If you are not quite ready to celebrate in "spooktacular" fashion, you're sure to find a fun idea or two here. Historical Figure Day
Move over Halloween, it's Historical Figure Day.Halloween Poetry
Have your students scare up some poetry with this fun epitaph-writing exercise.Pumpkin Power
Celebrate pumpkins with these across-the-curriculum activities.The Stock Market Crash (October 29) and the Great Depression
The anniversary of Black Tuesday is the perfect opportunity to teach your students about the causes and the effects of the Great Depression. Education World offers a dozen great Internet-based activities. Included: Activities for use across the curriculum and across the grades.Celebrate Character Counts Week
October 17-23 is Character Counts Week. Included: Lessons, articles, more.Computer Sabotage Lesson Plan
When computer teacher Tom Guy found his students coming to him with every minor glitch that occurred in the computers in his lab, he decided to give the kids a "crash course" by sabotaging a computer each day and putting the students on the case. Once Upon a Time...
Fables, fairy tales, folktales, legends, myths, and tall tales -- six literary genres to engage student interest.Teaching With Current Events
Young Americans today know less about what's going on in the world than students of previous generations did. So what can be done to raise students' interest in and awareness of news headlines? These 25 activities will help you make use of -- and help students make sense of -- the news. Included: Ideas for connecting current events to all subjects.More Timely Lessons
Celebrate Dictionary Day (October 16)
Election 2010
Spark Interest in Spelling Lesson Plan of the Day
See lesson plans posted on recent days:
Monday's Lesson Plan of the Day
'Capital' Ideas (for Teaching State Capitals)
Ideas and resources for teaching state capital names and locations. (Grades K-12)
Tuesday's Lesson Plan of the Day
Going Batty
Use maps to find the answers to questions about bat habitats in the United States. (Grades 3-12)
Wednesday's Lesson Plan of the Day
What Is Your B-estimate? (Making "Best Estimates")
Estimate the number of kernels on an ear of corn. Plus more estimating challenges! (Grades 2-12)
Thursday's Lesson of the Day
"War of the Worlds": A Broadcast Re-Creation
Relive -- and re-create -- the panic-causing 1938 radio broadcast of "War of the Worlds." (Grades 6-12)
Friday's Lesson of the Day
Fun With Origami!
Hands-on activities teach about origami, an Asian paper-folding art form. (Grades 3-12) Friday Fun
Challenge students to create a human number line.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
Make butter, with science in mind.
From Our Early Childhood Activity Bank
Special Activities for This Week
It's Pumpkin Time
Let's Go Pumpkin Hunting (Following Directions)
Make a Shape-O-Lantern
Halloween Mice and Halloween Cookies
A Great Big Boo! (Art)
Counting Pumpkins in the Patch Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plans
Teacher Lesson #1
Calculate discounts, sales tax on a classroom shopping spree.
Teacher Lesson #2
Paper Bag Book Report combines literacy, community service.
Teacher Lesson #3
Writing "takes shape" in this activity based on The Greedy Triangle. More Lesson Ideas
Sudoku Puzzles
Book Report Makeover
Backpack-tivities (Homework Activities)
Technology Lesson Plans
Bulletin Boards That Teach
Bulletin Boards That Teach
We're Nuts About Reading -- In the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving, track students' reading on this bulletin board. 5-Minute Fillers
Volume 30. Month of Fun: October
See some timely, fun, and educational Web resources for kids:
Stamps Scramble Puzzles (Grades 3-12)
Alaska Map/Quiz Printout (Grades 3-4)
Chemical Element Hangman (Grades 9-12)
Printable Measures Crossword Puzzle (Grades 4-8)
Word Search: Personal Character Traits (Grades 4-6)
Bats Cloze Activity (Grades 4-6)
Create a Silly Story (Grades 4-12)
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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I'm not going to tell you that bullying -- whether it takes place on the school playground or the cyber playground -- is bad, and ultimately destructive to both bully and bullied. I'd just be preaching to the choir.

I am, however, going to remind you that, whether you see it or not, bullying is happening to your students every day -- in your classroom, in your hallways, on your playground, at your bus stops and street corners, and online.

Create and maintain a climate of kindness in your classroom and encourage your students to carry that spirit outside the classroom as well.

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Edutainers Make Lessons Engaging, Relevant
In coining the term "edutainer," these authors aren't suggesting that teachers juggle, but rather that they use some entertainer-type skills to help make lessons more relevant and engaging. Student-Written Books Spread Anti-Bullying Message
No one is more knowledgeable about the causes and consequences of bullying than bullies and their targets. Two anti-bullying books written by middle school students aim to help peers and younger students realize the importance of speaking out against bullying.
Life Lessons
When dealing with bullying, be sure every act of discipline provides an opportunity for bullies to discover their own compassion and develop it as they would a muscle. Wire Side Chat
Tony Danza on the Classroom Stage
Years after studying to be a history teacher, actor Tony Danza decided to try his skills in the classroom as a high-school English teacher. His experiences as a first-year teacher in Philadelphia are featured in the A&E series, "Teach: Tony Danza."Strategy of the Week
The Responsive Classroom
The Responsive Classroom® approach emphasizes social and academic growth through morning meetings, organized play, guided discovery, and academic choice.
From Our Classroom Management ArchiveClassroom Management in a Minute
Morning Corner
Start off the day the right way.
Finding Time for Mutual Respect
Provide structure with "My Time."
Index Card Behavior Mod
Modify behavior a minute at a time.

Dr. Ken Shore: The ABCs of Bullying Prevention
Bully-Proofing Your Classroom
Prevention is, at its essence, a process of education, and many of the lessons students need to learn to dissuade them from bullying must come from you.

Tips for Organizing Your Classroom
A File Holder for Reading Strands
Keep a magazine file holder for each of the reading strands addressed in your state standards. Classroom Management Article
Let's Cooperate!
Cooperation starts at the top! Teachers who use cooperative learning in their classrooms have developed techniques that make the most of this method, and they share them.
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Become a Task Master
As a new teacher, it's easy to become overwhelmed by the number of activities and tasks that fill your time. It's all too easy to let your tasks control you. That's where time management comes in.
Joe Martin: The Teacher Motivator
Imitate to Motivate
Think back and remember your favorite teacher. Reflect on everything about that teacher that made you admire and respect him or her. Now, I want you to pretend to be your favorite teacher.
Eric Baylin's Songs to Brighten a Teacher's Day
Oh, the Substitute Is Comin' in Today
There are reliable subs who can manage any situation; and then there are those who don't quite know what they're in for. And what happens to students when they sense that a substitute is a bit green and gullible and can be reduced to whimpering?
Fred Jones's Tools for Teaching
Escaping the Paper-Grading Trap
The more adept you become at building work-check into teaching, the more responsibility students take for quality control, and the more your evenings are freed up for lesson planning.
Leah Davies: The Teacher Counselor
Rewards in the Classroom
Even though children who enter school are often inclined to be either intrinsically or extrinsically motivated, a worthwhile goal for educators is to foster intrinsic motivation in children.
Meet other members of Education World's Professional Development columnist team.From Our Classroom Tips Library
Classroom Management: Get Parents Involved
Behavior Management: Supplies, Buddy Rooms
Motivating Kids: Celebrate Success
Book Report Makeover: Prove It!
Homework Tips: Countdown to Comprehension
Best Idea: Two "Sense" Worth
Testing Tips: There's a Problem!

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Make 20
Addition and subtraction to 20; odd and even. Math Mnemonics
The measure of an angle.The Science Lab
How Many Folds?
Students explore the scientific method.

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Guide-Word Sentences
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Improving Fluency in Struggling Readers
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Dancing With the Nursery Rhyme Stars
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Show-Biz Science: A Mysterious Concoction
Do some chemistry magic with cabbage juice.

Fabulous Friends
A great activity for the first days of school: Kids get to know each other better with a fun questionnaire. Language Arts (Grades 3-12)

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Timely and Practical Lesson Ideas

Top 5 Tips for Improving Student Study Skills
Eileen Tracy, an Oxford-educated expert in study skills, offers students a new twist on traditional techniques, just in time for back to school.

Debt Crisis Provides Economic "Teachable Moment"
Planning for those first days of social studies, history or current events class? Why not tackle the interrelated economic issues of national debt, credit ratings and the stock market?

Site Review: The Big 6
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New Resources from SuperTeacher Worksheets
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Case Studies Let Students Tackle Healthcare Challenges
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Icebreakers and Getting-to-Know-You Activities: Volume 2
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This Week’s Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plan

Play Battleship on Graph Paper
The board game Battleship is adapted to teach coordinate plane algebra. (Grades 3-12)

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This Week’s Early Childhood Resource

Our Revised 'Little Bo Peep'
Give children something to sing about with this fun activity.

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This Week's Classroom Tip
This Week's Classroom Tip

Handling Difficult Situations: The School Assembly
When faced with student misbehavior during a school assembly, respond in a way that leaves the misbehaving student's dignity intact and allows other students to enjoy a disruption-free program.
Access additional Classroom Management Tips.

Featured

NFL Marketing Guru: School Program Makes Fitness Fun
Looking to start a new student fitness program for the new school year? Hear about the Play 60 program from its chief cheerleader.

Site Review: RAND Education
For users wanting to deeply explore the evidence base for everything from education policy to instructional practices, this site is the go-to destination.

An Insider’s Look at Students’ Lives
School counselor Barbara J. Kiernan wrote a book to let kids know they are not alone and to give insight to teachers about students’ lives.

Saving Kids From Stress
Facing fierce competition to get into top colleges, many students are compromising their health and values to get ahead. Learn about one school’s efforts to reduce student stress.

Brain-Friendly Teaching
Discover how to put brain-friendly strategies to work in the classroom and how you as an educator can avoid your own “senior moments.”

Principal Unites School Around Student Strengths
When changes hit Khowhemun Elementary School in British Columbia, Principal Charlie Coleman helped give the school focus and unify staff.

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Dr. Fred Jones: Tools for Teaching Tips for Substitutes
Consider two different perspectives when applying Tools for Teaching to the job of substitute teaching. The first is when you are about to have a substitute. The second is when you are about to be a substitute.

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The Learning Machine

The Science Machine: KODAK: Close to Perfection
Science Topics: biology, insects, nature, photography (Grades K-12)

The Math Machine: Math Frozen Bubble
Math Skills: matching patterns; addition; odd and even; multiples (Grades K-12)

The Reading Machine: Tina's World - Real or Make Believe?
Reading Skills: real and make believe (Grades K-1)

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iPad App Review: Grammar Up
Grammar Up is a multiple-choice quiz system for English that provides over 1,800 questions across 20 grammar categories.

Back-to-School Apps Offer Big Bang for Buck
While getting ready to head back to school, these free apps might make the return a little easier on everyone.

Does Digital Overload Harm Students' Vision?
With teachers increasingly incorporating 3D imaging into their daily curricula, the importance of proper eye and vision care is greater than ever.

EdTech Tips of the Week: Volume 39
Need to add a word to your dictionary or find a synonym? Discover great reference resources.

Who's Talking Online?
Are social networking sites appropriate for school use? Should schools ban the use of such sites -- or incorporate them into the curriculum and teach students to use them safely?


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Sandra Harris: BRAVO Principals Care About People
How do principals show teachers and students that they care? Sandra Harris shares ten ways in which principals make teachers and students feel important, respected, recognized, heard and included.

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Site Review: ADTBusiness.com
Once users get past the sales pitch, there are some useful nuggets of info that administrators can use when assessing their school’s security status.

NASA Shares STEM Resources With Teachers
Some future teachers took a class this summer to learn how to use NASA's huge warehouse of educational resources.

Low-Income Kids Need School Finance Reform
A new report examines the problem of intrastate fiscal inequity and shows that many states are not fairly funding lower-income districts.

National Teacher Town Hall Returning to NBC
Following the success of last year’s event, NBC News is bringing back the National Teacher Town Hall to the 2011 Education Nation Summit.

School Funding Formulas: Lessons from Rhode Island
Education reform has become increasingly polarized, yet Rhode Island's legislative success suggests that highly politicized issues can be addressed with well-designed public policy.

Microsoft Names Top Educators
Microsoft has announced the 11 winners of the 2011 U.S. Innovative Education Forum.



Safety of Homemade School Lunches Questioned
A study showing as many as 90 percent of the school lunches brought from home might be unsafe because they aren't stored at the right temperature has local food safety advocates suggesting parents place ice packs around cut-open or prepared food -- to at least help maintain safe temperatures.

5 Nifty Back-To-School Tech Purchases
The convergence of gadgets and a move to Web-based services in the cloud has made our bags decidedly lighter and our shopping lists a bit shorter this fall.

US Offers Deal on School Reform
Delaware might be among the states that ask to forgo rules of the federal No Child Left Behind Act under a policy announced Monday by U.S. Department of Education.

How Are Schools Doing? Ask Students
The cheating scandal in Atlanta's public schools - and suggestions of others in Philadelphia and elsewhere - illustrate the peril of focusing on a single performance measure. School leaders and policymakers should see the need for a broader set of indicators of school quality.

Teachers Flee Michigan for Jobs in Other States
Stacey Ancona has taught science at inner city and suburban high schools in Michigan, but her next teaching job will be in South Carolina. The 24-year-old Lansing resident is one of hundreds of new teachers leaving for positions in other states, a reflection of Michigan's wealth of teaching colleges, shrinking number of students and budget woes that have forced schools to cut staffs.

Check Up: School Lunches Linked to Disease Dangers
Are the lunches you send to school making your kid sick? They sure could be, according to a study by researchers at the University of Texas, Austin. They measured the temperatures of food in bag lunches 90 minutes before children at air-conditioned Texas child-care centers were scheduled to eat them.

After School Bans 'Slaughterhouse-Five,' Vonnegut Library Gives Copies for Free
When the Republic High School in Missouri banned Kurt Vonnegut's 1969 novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, two weeks ago, the late author's memorial library sprung into it action: offering free copies to any of the 150 students who were originally meant to read the book in class.

Overriding a Key Education Law
Secretary of Education Arne Duncan has announced that he will unilaterally override the centerpiece requirement of the No Child Left Behind school accountability law, that 100 percent of students be proficient in math and reading by 2014.




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Timely and Practical Lesson Ideas

Site Review: Make Beliefs Comix
This site allows users to create their own digital comic strips like the ones that appear in many Sunday newspapers.

Create a New Amendment
Students demonstrate critical thinking in developing a new amendment to the U.S. Constitution. This lesson is perfect for July 4.

Summer Food Safety: True or False?
Students take a true-false food safety quiz.

5-Minute Writing: A Daily Activity
Use a daily “5-Minute Writing” period to help build better writers.

Think Twice for Rice: A Grammar and Vocabulary Game
This fun activity tests grammar and vocabulary skills as it helps to feed hungry people around the world.

Ideas for Teaching State Capitals
Try these K-12 suggestions and resources for teaching state capital names and locations.

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This Week’s Teacher-Submitted Lesson Plan

The Life and Poems of Emily Dickinson
Students learn about the life of Emily Dickinson, then use that information to help them interpret her poems. (Grades 9-12)


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This Week’s Early Childhood Resource

Where Are the Ants?
Children make ant scenes using creative materials.

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The Dictionary Game
Students guess the real meanings of unfamiliar words. Language Arts (Grades 3-8)

"Photograph Math" Word Problems
With cameras in hand, students bring math word problems to life.

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Want to build students' online research skills? Explore our extensive archive of Web hunts: Hunt the Fact Monster

For painless math practice, try these fun games: Box Cars and One-Eyed Jacks – Math Games

Use these to print out book-report forms, shapebooks and more: Language Arts Templates

Kids reinforce simple writing skills while identifying mistakes in short passages: Animals A to Z

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Offering Choices to Students
Want to prevent classroom behavior problems before they start? These expert tips help kids do the right thing.

Site Review: Time for Time
This site helps younger students learn how to tell time.

RAD: Reflecting, Adjusting and Delivering
Learn how EducationWorld blogger Steve Haberlin makes learning relevant and fun in his classroom.

Caution: Duck Crossing
Try this cute idea for using the news to stimulate creative writing.

Site Review: SuperWhy
Based on the popular PBS Kids show, these materials reinforce letter identification, rhyming, letter sounds, spelling and more.

Wake Up Your Lesson Planning
Both new and veteran teachers can generate interesting lessons that are not time-consuming to create.


To access more great content, check out our Professional Development Archive and our Professional Development Channel Page.

Search for more lesson plans by subject.
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Ruth Sidney Charney: Logical Consequences Teach Important Lessons
Logical consequences reinforce the limits of the classroom and the accountability of each individual.


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Reward Systems That Work
Teachers share low-cost ideas that work for motivating their students.


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Tech in the Classroom: Britelink Bluetooth Headset
This set proves that wireless headphones are no longer an unattainable luxury in the classroom.

Practical Moodle Tips
How Moodle is used depends on your expertise in setting it up. Discover practical tips for K-12 district use.

Better Students Through Technology
An expert explains how extending tech beyond the classroom can increase students’ chances of meeting stringent standards.

Ed Tech Blog: Steven Hawking’s Brain to be ‘Hacked’
Scientists are testing the so-called iBrain on a person often considered the smartest man alive.

Idea for Next Year: Integrating Cell Phones Into Lessons
Imagine teachers sending assignments via text message to students, who in turn snap photos of blackboards and read their teacher’s blog.

The Learning Machine

The Science Machine: Solids and Liquids
Science Topics: states of matter (Grades K-2)

The Math Machine: Jumping Math Cats
Math Skills: problem solving (Grades 4-12)

The Reading Machine: Alton-Ra - The Lost Statue
Reading Skills: spelling, using suffixes and prefixes, sentence structure (Grades 3-6)
Administrators

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Five Ways to Improve Teacher Evaluations
Learn about performance management practices that can help improve the effectiveness of your teacher evaluation process.

Public Relations Tips for Summer
Summer break is an ideal time to re-assess last year's PR plan and think about giving it a facelift.

Ask Dr. Lynch: Don't Fear School Reform
The fact that we find ourselves in reform mode in the 21st century should be viewed as a positive. Ideally, reform is a continuous process.

Desks on the Mall: A Plea to Candidates
An eye-popping awareness-raising effort asks presidential candidates to address the nation’s education woes.

Scavenger Hunt: A Fun Way to Introduce Staff
Staff scavenger hunts are a fun way to kick off the year and help new and returning faculty members get better acquainted.

Reaching Out to Parents Over Brown-Bag Lunches
Inviting parents and community members to chat over brown-bag lunches creates allies in the community and keep everyone informed.



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Sandra Harris: BRAVO Principals Act With Courage, Conviction
A principal's acts of courage motivate colleagues and help ensure that all children learn. Explore 10 actions of courageous principals.
To browse more Administrator Columns, visit our archive.
Education Headlines

School Sunscreen Ban Leaves Student Severely Sunburned
Violet and Zoe Michener came home from field day so burned that their mother rushed them to the hospital.

How This School District Turned its Students' Love of Mobile into Better Learning, Test Scores
Indeed, teens would be the dream demographic for an organizational Bring Your Own Device policy – they use them constantly, they could train your IT staff on the latest devices, etc. – apart from the inconvenient fact that you don't really need an iPhone to man the french fry station at Jack in the Box.

Will School Choice Kill Public Education?
A reader posted a comment that I think is profound. The more that people begin to see education as a consumer choice, the more they will be unwilling to pay for other people's children. And if they have no children in school, then they have no reason to underwrite other people's private choices.

700,000 Undocumented Students to Benefit from Obama Immigration Policy
Undocumented students breathed a collective sigh of relief last week when the Obama administration announced that it would stop deporting certain undocumented youth, often referred to as DREAMers.

Public School System Put Under Pressure
I am a retired teacher and school administrator. I have taught high school AP courses and GED classes and everything in between, in both Oregon and California. I was a union activist at one time. I am also a parent. I think my perspective on education is broad. After reading the three part series titled "Diplomas denied" (June 17-19), I have a few thoughts. The system of public education in the U.S. is built upon certain unusual and sometimes contradictory assumptions.

Why Charter Schools Work
Twenty years ago, the country's first charter school opened in Minnesota. This is a momentous anniversary not just for the two million families who now send their children to public charter schools, but for all Americans. The charter movement is not only about opening charter schools—its goal has always been to fundamentally transform public education in this country.

Experts Get Elementary to Help Children in Military Families
A program implemented in six elementary schools at Joint Base Lewis-McChord is placing mental-health experts in classrooms to help children in military families cope when their parents are deployed.

Savannah-Area School Board Considers Phone Rules
Students in the Savannah area might be allowed to carry cell phones during school under a policy change being considered.

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Schoolnotes.com
School-To-Home Communication

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You can post homework, create and share flashcards, keep a calendar of upcoming events, and upload documents, images, and favorite URLs all to YOUR page! Students and parents can automatically receive notification when you update your SchoolNotes page.



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