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  • What happens can smash you in the face

    My heart is a little broken. One of my closest working friends has decided to leave me. Her decision isn’t based on me, but I am taking it rather personally. As a classroom teacher, I clung to my job regardless of what was happening around me. I survived some pretty awful situations, including unfair principals and mean coworkers....
    Posted by Betty   on Betty's Blog
          
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  • New Blog - Post on Young People & Technology

    I received a link to this post about a survey of technology and teens . It refutes many common assumptions, and it absolutely fascinating. Several surprises from the report: "the report indicates that younger users have real difficulty choosing good search terms. The report also revealed the weaknesses created by the desire...
    Posted by LindaS   on Technology In Teaching
          
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  • Alphabetical Order Worksheets

    Free alphabetical order worksheets for teachers. ABC order worksheets to the first letter, second letter, and third letter. Also, dictionary skills worksheets available! Have Fun Teaching - Alphabetical Order Worksheets - Click Here Alphabetical Order - To the First Letter: Put six different words in ABC order only using the...
          
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  • Lesson Plans

    Do you have any lessons plans that you might like to share?...
          
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  • The three minute review

    As a former sixth grade math teacher, I can honestly say that I had nightmares about cramming all of the objectives in before the TAKS test. I sometimes woke up from a restless sleep in a sweat worrying about missed opportunities or students forgetting objective 3 after learning objective 4. It was also amusing and distressing...
    Posted by Betty   on Betty's Blog
          
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  • MONEY

    This article is about writing grants,the author gives you advice on saving money and how to find money for your classroom. He also gives you tips on writing a grant. In the article he gives you 10 tips on finding funding. The 1st one talks about focusing on students, making sure the students learning improves. The 2nd tip is...
    Posted by hwelcher24   on money
          
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  • financehomeworkhelp

    Email me your accounting homework & accounting assignments & I will send you back the solutions. In addition to Accounting homework help & accounting assignments help, I also help in online accounting exams, online accounting tests & tutoring, accounting word problems, accounting case study & accounting essays. Send me your...
          
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  • Gotta Brag!

    We saw our daughter walk to receive her Master's degree today. And, also attended our granddaughter's 1st Communion. Both worthy events. Our daughter's graduation was particularly memorable, as we missed her graduation from college (she was hugely pregnant, and just didn't feel like sitting on a metal chair that long). The job...
    Posted by LindaS   on Technology In Teaching
          
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  • Remember Pencil Quests?

    It was somewhere in my sophomore year and the teacher was bubbling over with excitement. "We're going on a Pencil Quest!" he exlaimed. I raise my hand. "So, you will take us to various sites. Is it like a field trip?" "Yep," he says. "And each site will Read More......
    Posted by John Spencer   on Indie Teacher
          
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  • Teens helping others

    Summers can be exciting for teenagers. My kids always wanted to find work and earn money. Unfortunately, valuable summer experiences and jobs are often difficult to find. Summer volunteer programs can be a lot more meaningful in the big scheme of things than low paying summer jobs or in some cases, being bored with nothing to...
    Posted by Betty   on Betty's Blog
          
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  • Why this blog?

    The anxiety begins to churn within me. I take a moment to glance at the week ahead in my mind's eye. I teach two 10R and two 9R English classes. I also teach an IB Theatre Arts class. I am constantly overwhelmed by my workload. I never see the end of my 'to do' list. I've got report card grades due within the next week and a...
    Posted by Alee   on A Slice of Real Life
          
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  • Testing...testing...is this thing on?

    Wednesday, January 31, 2007 1:49:42 PM Okay, this is my first educator blog. I've written personal blogs on myspace.com, but this feels different and weird. So, I guess introductions are in order. I teach 11th & 12th grade English at a vocational school in south western Ohio. This is my 9th year as a teacher. My first five years...
          
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  • Talk about crossing your T's and dotting your I's!

    I have a whole new concept of detail-oriented activities. Really, I have never imagined anything as dependent on detail as some of the processed I am experiencing in this class. I think I know these things existed in the world but I never thought they would impact me directly. Seriously, I think I am beginning to understand...
    Posted by abh3r   on abh3r
          
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  • EOG Disaster - NC end of grade testing and how it...

    I just received my unofficial results of our reading test. I was shocked to realize that nearly half of my students did not pass… I look at the list of students and I have to admit that a lot of them never stood a chance…since…like…kindergarten? Well, maybe that’s unfair but I would say that mostof the failures in the grade...
          
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  • I think I can!

    "I think I can! I think I can! I think I can!", said the little cataloger that could. This being my fourth class, I have recovered from the trauma induced by the online experience. I have even made myself a comfy little seat in the world of librarianship. Everything was sunshine until the clouds of cataloging broke above my...
    Posted by abh3r   on abh3r
          
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  • Colors and Tactile Appeal Can Help Your Struggling...

    Did you know that the white background on a page of text can be "visually offensive" to some readers? Most definitely! By changing the background color of a page of print, focus, concentration, comprehension, and retention can be improved for many. Certain colors can actually "unblock" pathways in the brain, making it possible...
          
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  • Valuable things.

    There are really many valuable objects and endeavors in this world that can be completely skipped without putting my full and enriched life status in jeopardy. My life will be full even though I will never own a caret+ diamond. My life will be full even though I most likely will never run a 2:30 marathon. My life will be full...
    Posted by abh3r   on abh3r
          
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  • what do new teachers really need?

    A scene from last year: I sit in the Teacher Support Committee, drawing cartoons on the Staff Development Agenda. We first triy to focus on what new teachers need, because so many of our teachers are new. At our school, you are considered a veteran by year three. So, we begin with a brainstorm. One woman suggests a professional...
    Posted by John Spencer   on Indie Teacher
          
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  • Really, I promise, She is telling the truth.

    I think I have a basic trust for human kind, well most the people I don't know personally anyway, but when my cataloging professor insisted that this course would all come together and make sense, the mortar that holds the bricks securely in my world started to crack. I just couldn't see it happening. I considered several logical...
    Posted by abh3r   on abh3r
          
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  • Hey Bully...Anti-Bullying Song

    Hey everyone! Just wanted to let you know I just finished recording the new "Hey Bully!" song! This song teaches kids how to deal with bullies. This is an anti-bullying song that helps build character education in the classroom. Hey Bully Song - Click Here Add to favorites: Favorite Post | Favorite Blog | Favorite Author...
          
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