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  • Professional Self-Development
    on Oct 31, 2008 in Professional Self- Development
    Why Should Teachers Write and Focus Upon Goals? Why should teachers write and focus upon goals if they want to become Master Teachers?Continue reading "Professional Self-Development"...
  • Short Article
    on Oct 31, 2008 in Short Article
    Students (and Teachers) "No-Excuse Zone" Teachers need to model the "No-Excuse Zone" habit if they expect students to extinguish students' lethargic and excuse-giving behaviors.Continue reading "Short Article&
  • Feature Article
    on Oct 31, 2008 in Featured Article
    Word Walls: a No-Brainer Choice for a Higher-Order Thinking Focus Word Walls became a fad, and once they became ubiquitous, "faded into the wood work" as far as students' attention was concerned.Continue reading "Feature Articl
  • News Nuggets
    on Oct 31, 2008 in News Nuggets
    Campaign Buttons?: Not on our Campus! The chancellor of the New York City School System promulgated a memo reminding system staff that political paraphernalia could not be worn at school.Continue reading "News Nuggets"...
  • Teacher Survival Strategies
    on Oct 31, 2008 in Teacher Survival Strategies
    The "90% Solution" Teachers complain that they want a 100% solution because they can't leave any child behind (bad pun intended). They also note that administrators frown on leaving any child (or group of children) in the lurch, an
  • Perfecting Personal Talents
    on Oct 31, 2008 in Perfecting Personal Talents
    Developing Self-Esteem: Targeting Your Students…and Their Teacher Building self-esteem in children and developing self-esteem for teens, building parents' self-esteem, building self-esteem for the teachers who interact with students and wh
  • Under-the-Radar Teaching Skills
    on Oct 31, 2008 in Under-the-Radar Teaching Skills
    A Prosperous Mindset: When Learning is Like Farming The "Gloom and Doom Boom" of bad economic news has a "tickle-down effect" upon the positive outlook of teachers.Continue reading "Under-the-Radar Teaching Skills&
  • Quick Tips
    on Oct 31, 2008
    Custom Guides™ Free Offer Take advantage of a month of free, "no-strings-attached" training from Custom Guides. This offer includes online tutorials and the ability to print computer software study sheets.Continue reading "
  • Under-the-Radar Teaching Skills
    on Sep 30, 2008 in Under-the-Radar Teaching Skills
    Manage your Principal for a Positive and Productive Campus Teachers are subjected to the "Chain of Command" and evaluated as effective teachers when they follow orders…especially the orders of the campus principal that superv
  • Top Tips
    on Sep 30, 2008 in Top Tips
    Online Newspaper Services for Kids The election presents a chance for students to learn from newspapers and primary sources.Continue reading "Top Tips"...
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