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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 November/December

FIELD TRIPS : What's On
Welcome to Field Trips: What's On, where we share with you ways to take learning outside the classroom. In every issue, we promote ideas for possible field trips centred around one classroom subject. You can plan your next field trip based on our suggestions...
Follow the Red Brick Road
A recent publication by my provincial government highlighted the marvelous things that individual teachers and school boards were doing with technology across the province. The report was both uplifting and disquieting. Uplifting because I could see...
How to Read, Today
The kids in our classrooms today are digital natives, born into a technological and digitally driven society learning to read from a video game or computer screen. These new types of readers may struggle with reading literature in the traditional book...
Interview with Craig Kielburger of Free the Children
Craig Kielburger founded Free the Children in 1995, when he was only eleven years old. Today, Free the Children is the world's largest network of children helping children through education with over one million young people involved in 45 countries....
Notable Sites for Teachers
Commonwealth of Learninghttp://www.col.org/The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is an intergovernmental organization created by Commonwealth governments to encourage the development and sharing of open learning/distance education knowledge, resources and...
Playing the Biology
In the words of Bill Nye, "Science Rules" and it certainly does with the arrival of Canadian based, Genomics Digital Lab (GDL), an interactive online game that teaches students about core cell biology. Bill Nye's TV program is still remembered today...
Product Supplement Nov-Dec 2009
Welcome to TEACH Magazine's Product Supplement. In this edition we are featuring some of the latest technologies that have just hit the market and may be the perfect addition to your classroom. From computer software that will make any creative project...
Roll A Coin through the Curriculum
Unit 3: The War YearsIntroductionWhen we refer to the War years, it means the periods of 1914-1918 and 1939-1945. During the First World War, Canada became involved as part of the British Empire and managed to prove itself in a bloody conflict. In particular,...
The War Years: Painting the Conflict
DurationThree to four class periodsEquipment Requiredart supplies, pens, paper, markers, pencils, computers with Internet accessKey ConceptsStudents will:* Research the history of Canadian art and war* Research the artists who were sent overseas to document...
The War Years: Symbols of War
DurationTwo to three class periodsEquipment Requiredart supplies, paper, pens, markers, pencils, computers with Internet accessKey ConceptsStudents will:* Understand the sacrifice men, women and children make in war time* Gain appreciation for Canada's...
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