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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

American History
It's time for a road trip! We're heading south and featuring some of the many museums and educational centres in the United States. From interactive and high-tech exhibits, to exploring American history and culture through the lens and paintbrush of...
Notes
It seems like only yesterday that we were welcoming summer and now a new season is already upon us. We're pleased to share with you another issue of TEACH with new, exciting articles, stories, and perspectives.Canadian politics and elections are prominent...
Playing the Card
Are Report Cards Making the Grade?The debate about report cards isn't limited to contract negotiations. It represents perennial debates in education: what learning means, and how it can be evaluated.Barbara Dowling still remembers, clearly, the dinnertime...
Teaching with Google Drive
In today's world we experience so much technology that it has become a mainstay in our lives. Often our students know more about the digital age than we do, and are eager to experience it in the traditional classroom setting. But while technology has...
They Fought for Us: Will You Fight for Them? Lesson Two
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...
Webstuff
Homework HelpIn this edition of Webstuff, we feature new and notable websites that are free and provide teachers and students with resources and homework help in creative formats. From balancing fruits and vegetables to determine their weight, to entering...
Why Aren't Teens: Tuned into Politics?
We've all heard the moans and groans about youth who don't care about their society, teenagers who can't tell you how the political system works, and citizens who don't bother to vote. Some of those complaints ring true. The 2008 federal election saw...
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