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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 September/October

Anytime, Anywhere Learning
Imagine a school where every student has his or her own portable computer, uses it like a pencil and paper, can learn anytime or anywhere, and can produce the caliber of work that would be accepted in boardrooms around the world.In this school every...
Canada at the End of the Twentieth Century [Interview]
The following is an excerpt from an interview with John Ralston Saul, author of Reflections of a Siamese Twin: Canada at the End of the Twentieth Century. Extracts also appeared in the May/June issue of TEACH Magazine.Introduction to John Ralston Saul's...
Crack Open a Disk: Take Apart a Floppy Disk and Discover How Information Is Stored
One of the most efficient ways of storing data is through the use of a computer.Equipment: floppy disk rubbing alcohol scissors tray magnifying glass bright light iron powder (finest grind available)Step 1: Copy programs and...
Curricula: Who Are We? Part 6
The Here, The Now Part SixIntroductionThe 1990s are characterized by references to various diseases; strains of flu, both physiological and economic, various immuno-deficiencies plus a general spiritual and cultural malaise that strikes to the heart...
Violence in Schools: Strategies for Intervention
If we consider schools a microcosm of society, it is little wonder that its students members are, in increasing numbers, exhibiting the cost our society extols on its population. More children are born into poverty than in past generations, and the families...
You Have a Choice
Five words guaranteed to drive a teacher crazy are: "No! I don't want to."All teachers have had more than one pupil who attracted attention in such an endearing manner. Rewards, punishments, ignoring, attention-seeking, peer pressure, giving attention...
Your Responsibilities as a Principal
Among the many jobs in the education system today, that of principal is the hardest. If you are a principal, then you are caught between the expectations of the parents, the disinterest or even hostility of the students, the complaints and concerns of...
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