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Articles from November/December

A Global Warming Connects Adolescents Worldwide
Problems? You bet! At home. At school. In the community. In Canada. In the world. We've got global warming, crime, violence, poverty, hunger -- and that's just the short list.You recognize the problems. You want to do something. You are alone. You are...
Curricula: The Underwater Project [What Lies Beneath: Water Life & Shipwrecks]
More than 70 percent of the Earth's surface is covered by ocean. The oceans are the largest ecosystem of all. Beneath these waters lives 20 percent of the Earth's species. Each species contributes to this vast ecosystem differently, and all relate to...
[Microsoft Encarta Reference Suite 2001]
As an academic librarian, I am aware of the benefits and shortcomings of encyclopedias. Encyclopedias can be counted on to provide factual introductions for students embarking on research assignments. They can also be used for quick fact-checks. When...
Portfolio Assessment: Taking Charge of Learning
Portfolio assessment has been an integral part of my teaching practice since I began my teaching career in 1994. My experiences with portfolio assessment have changed from year to year, yet I continue to support its use in the classroom. I believe that...
Professional Development Supplement [Publications, URLs & Other Resources]
Welcome to TEACH Magazine's Seventh Annual Professional Development Supplement. Each November, we present a compendium of information for your own use and purposes. We give you an overview in terms of what is new, innovative, and useful across a number...
The Plague
As I've written before, we are faced with a massive shortage of teachers. By my estimates, we are going to be short by about 10,000 teachers for the 2006-07 school year, and getting steadily worse for years to follow. This is happening partly because...
Witnessing the Wonders of the Race Rock Eco-System.Only a Click Away!
Just into range of the first camera, a large elephant seal crawls across the rock towards a group of smaller, female seals near the top of the middle island at Race Rocks. Unbeknownst to the seal, he's being watched not only by the student operating...
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