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Teach magazine is an educational publication featuring reproducible teaching units. Since it was founded in 1993, it is published five times a year. Teach is published by Teach Magazine.Subjects for Teach include: Education.

Articles from January/February

[2000 Canadian Encyclopedia: World Edition]
Try to understand the dilemma of multimedia publishers on the dawn, not of the so-called millennium, but of the era of mass storage. They must prove they are far-sighted enough to pack their products with more and more content, features and innovations...
Curricula [the Rocketry Project]
In the year 2000, it is perfectly acceptable to focus on the future rather than the past. There are few technologies, however, that date back 1000 years that will affect lives more dramatically in the future. Rocketry or rocket science is one. And you...
Education to Go
If you're a young figure skater or hockey star, your computer may be as indispensable to you as your skates. That's because completing an education via online courses gives students (and fledgling stars) the flexibility to pursue their dreams and careers....
No Bells or Classrooms at St Joseph Catholic High School
Students at St. Joseph Catholic High School don't bother listening for a bell to signal class changes. There isn't one.Located in Edmonton, Alberta, St. Joseph Catholic High School is four floors in height and has a student enrollment of over 990 (projected...
"Our Canadian Heroes" [Web Site & Poster]
In the Sept./Oct. '99 issue of TEACH Magazine, the tone was set for a fresh perspective on Canadian identity by the article entitled "Canadian Heroes: Our Pathway to Pride." To maintain the timely and heroic momentum, this issue contains an innovative...
The Canadian Encyclopedia in Hard Copy
McClelland & Stewart, the quintessential Canadian book publisher, is to be congratulated on a monumental achievement. The venerable Canadian company that wears a flag on its sleeve has bucked the trend to turn everything electronic. Re-issuing an...
The Next 100 Years in Education
Sometimes, the best way to assess where we are going is to look far down the track and use the broad outlines in the distance as landmarks to navigate in the short-run. Accordingly, I'm going to make some broad guesses about how education is going to...
Transforming Sluggish Readers into Bookworms
When riding the Toronto subway, one can't help but be struck by the number of people reading. How can you ensure that your students, too, can be, and are happy to be transported by books, as well as public transit?While many teachers turn to gimmicks...
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