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Articles from July/August

Aboriginal Peoples in the War of 1812 and the First and Second World Wars Lesson One
The Ruptured Sky looks at the War of 1812 from a contemporary time frame. Two First Nations teenagers, Chris and Angie, are working on a school project about the war. Chris' grandfather, John Montour, figures that the teenagers might like to hear about...
How to Manage a Digital Classroom
In a traditional model of teaching, the teacher is the source of knowledge. Learning is based on one-dimensional materials that are directly connected to curriculum content and skills. Today's resources however, are digital, interactive, and visually...
How to Plan for a Successful Field Trip
It's mid-summer and your students are still off on their break a few more weeks. So now is the opportune time to start planning for field trips. But instead of suggesting field trip opportunities, in this issue we will discuss how to plan for a successful...
THE TRIALS & TRIBULATIONS of a SUBSTITUTE TEACHER
It's 8:25 AM and there are no notes left in the classroom. I scramble around the room and a few papers fall from the desk to the floor. I can hear the students chattering in the hall. I then look up and realize, in about five minutes they will begin...
Using Inquiry-Based Learning to Teach Math
My Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) journey started in 2012 at a workshop hosted by the Mathematics Association of America. I received training in teaching IBL, specifically in a Problem Solving for Math Teaching class setting. I was skeptical about IBL,...
Webstuff
Planning & OrganizingThe trusted paper and pen are no longer the only options for staying organized. For the tech-savvy teacher, planning lessons or keeping track of notes digitally may be the preferred option, hiere are some suggested websites and...
We Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Holiday for This Important Message: TEACH Is Back for Our First Ever Summer Issue!
Last time, we profiled some teachers and asked about their summer plans. Although they each discussed unique interests and vacations, they all shared one common view: planning never stops, even over the break. So, in this inaugural summer edition, we...
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