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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

EXPANDING INCLUSION: What Does Inclusive Education Really Mean?
Despite resources and revisions, inclusive education remains out of reach for many students across Canada. Perhaps educators should change not just how they teach, but how they learn?Each year, groups of students in British Columbia begin classes after...
Field Trips
Andrews' Scenic AcresMilton, ONwww.andrewsscenicacres.comAndrews' Scenic Acres started primarily as a berry farm, but now grows other crops, including corn, wheat, soybeans, apples, and pumpkins. Students can tour the orchards or fields and learn about...
Let's Do Haiku!
Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poetry that developed in the mid-1600s. Under the influence of Matsuo Basho (1644-1694), haiku grew into a serious form of poetry. One of Basho's most famous haiku is:The old pond;A frog jumps in -The sound of...
The War of 1812: Mapping Lands, Borders, and Battles
CURRICULA FOR GRADES 5 TO 6The following is a lesson plan excerpt from The Ruptured Sky, a graphic novel and digital literacy title. To see the full lesson plan or to learn more, please visit www.therupturedsky.com.The Ruptured Sky looks at the War of...
Transforming Classroom Technology with Google Apps for Education
When I reflect on my years working in classrooms with students, I think about how much time it took to access and use essential technology B.G. (before Google). I compare it with what it must have been like for people before electricity and after electricity....
Webstuff
Music LessonsDigital technology has profoundly changed how we interact with music: from downloading or streaming new songs, posting performance videos on YouTube, or interacting with artists and musicians on social media. It also offers resources for...
Welcome Back!
Haiku is a centuries-old literary practice and epitome of syllabic verse that is still being studied in many classrooms today. Often depicting scenes of nature, here is my take on the back-to-school season in the form of haiku:Orange leaves. Crisp air.Must...
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