Teachers

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Articles on The Education Cafe for Teachers:

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Honoring Teachers

A poem honoring teachers during National Teacher Day and Teacher Appreciation Week. The Teacher by: Delana H. Stewart She patiently taught the A, B, C’s. She listened to our fears and to our dreams. Sharing with us tears of joy—tears of sorrow. Sowing seeds of hope for each tomorrow. Our dandelion flowers filled her vase.…

A Community of Learners: Valuing Students and Co-workers

Joy and Contentment (How This Affects Us as Parents and Educators)

Teaching Struggles: Learning How to Survive the First Year

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The Teacher’s Lounge: Teaching Articles and searchable archive

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Articles for New Teachers

Articles about Dealing with Parents

The Teacher’s Lounge: On Homeschooling

http://www.sitesforteachers.com/index.html

http://www.math-drills.com/

http://www.tolearnfrench.com/

http://www.juliantrubin.com/fairprojects.html (Science Fair Projects)

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions

Go to this site for over 300 free lesson plans, maps, activities and more.  Lesson plans are given by grades ranging from K-12.

http://www.educationworld.com/ Click on one of these bubbles: lesson planning, technology, school issues, etc., and lots of information shows up!  On the lesson planning page, on the left hand side, you will find a list of the top 10 featured lesson plans.  Also on this page is a link to Worksheet World…a library of printable resources.

http://www.transitionsabroad.com/publications/magazine/0409/teaching_as_an_international_career.shtml Teaching as an international career: what are international schools looking for in a teacher?

TeAchnology.com provides free and easy to use resources for teachers.  There are many freebies available, such as: 28,000 lesson plans; 6,600 printable worksheets, games, downloads, teaching tips and themes, preformatted rubrics, printable generators, reviewed sites, and more.  For $30.00 a year, they also offer many more worksheets and other helps.  They offer many free rubrics which are organized by subject and category.  For example, if you have difficulty assessing your child’s writing ability, check out the rubrics for language arts.

The Story Starter provides 345,935,040 creative ideas for writers of all ages. All of the story starters are randomly generated. The story starters can be used for short stories, novels, plays, scripts, or just for fun. With a click of a button (and the help of the internet) your 6th-12th graders have access to a ton of new writing ideas.

Story Starter, Jr.

http://www.hometooling.org/ “a trusty tool for strengthening family stability.”

Kidology– is a site dedicated to encouraging and equipping those who minister to children.  There are movie reviews, book reviews, suggested materials, and more.  Once you get on the webpage, there are links down the left side to different “zones.”

www.celebratekids.com