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The Best of the Web: Resources for Middle School Educators...
Special Education Inclusion: (Part 2) //--> //--> //--> //--> //--> //--> //--> Making It Work "Successful inclusive...
Back-to-School Tips and Resources for Teachers Could summer break be winding to a close already? Although the calendar still says summer, the first day of...
Orphan Train: A Social Studies Project that "Clicked" with Students! //--> //--> //--> In search of ways to use technology to add vitality to their...
Rich Henderson's DiaryThe First 180 Days //--> //--> //--> Rich Henderson, a lawyer, always dreamed of being a teacher. Last year, he gave up his...
Virtual High Schools: The High Schools of the Future? Join a class composed of students from different states and countries chatting and...
Six Online Projects Anyone Can Join //--> //--> //--> //--> //--> //--> //--> Looking for something to jump-start students during the post-...
Motivating Kids Tip #19 Change your strategies! If you usually conduct class discussions about a book or view a science filmstrip, try something different...
Motivating Kids Tip #31 //--> //--> Check students' work as they do it. According to Tools for Teaching guru Fred Jones, if you...
A Dozen Articles Every Educator Should Read...
An Education World e-Interview with Sherry Turkle Is Technology Just for Boys? Sherry Turkle, one of the co-chairs...
Time for Wisdom //--> //--> //--> / Laurie Stenehjem, a graduate of North Dakota State University and a teacher with more than 25 years experience,...
Golden Nuggets: Seven Tips for Technology Success From time to time, Education World updates and reposts a previously published article that we think might...
The Great Chocolate Experience: A K-12 Internet Project Makes Math Delicious! "Almost everyone has some background knowledge about chocolate, and most...
  Homework: A Place for Rousing Reform   Each week, an educator takes a stand or shares an aha! moment in the classroom in the...
    A Poetry Slam Cures the Blahs       Educator Brenda Dyck reflects on how she used a...
Professional Development: Following Your Own Lead As schools move full-tilt towards a professional development model more attuned to...
The Italian Adventures of An "Average, Every-Day Teacher" Educator Brenda Dyck shares news of a recent 3-day journey to Rome where she was...
The Italian Adventures of an "Average, Every-Day Teacher" NOVEMBER 19, 2004 -- GLOBAL JUNIOR CHALLENGE: PERCHANCE TO DREAM? The experience of being...
Can We Teach Social Conscience? In this week's Voice of Experience, educator, Brenda Dyck examines whether social conscience is caught or...

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