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Articles from May 2016

Every Drop Counts
This round of hopscotch is for life.It appears typical at first-students jumping down the course, but they are all holding empty cups in their hands and fill them with water from a large jug at the end of the course. But the water's dirty, definitely...
Field Trips
Media LiteracyThese days, media is everywhere! Children and youth are surrounded by screens of all sorts-whether they're gaming on an iPad, researching on the computer, or watching something on the television screen. Media literacy is about understanding,...
Happy Summer!
Who should teach financial literacy-teachers, parents, or the big banks? Financial education. It's a small phrase, but it holds big meaning. Some say teach it at home. Others say integrate it into existing curriculum. Some advocate for personal finance...
LESSON TWO the Arctic Environment
SUBJECTSArctic Climate, Vegetation, Landforms, Ice, WeatherDURATION3 to 4 classes80 Degrees North tells the remarkable story of Canada's first Arctic Expedition that began over 100 years ago. Led by the noted and controversial Arctic explorer, Vilhjalmur...
RELATIONSHIPS as a Teaching Tool
I have lost count of the number of times I have been told that rules without relationships lead to rebellion. Yet today, relationships with students seem to be feared instead of embraced. Over the years, quite by accident, I have discovered that this...
Webstuff
Language Arts: Reading ComprehensionWithout comprehension, reading is simply sounding out words from left to right. It is important for students to begin interacting with words to learn to identify them, find main ideas, compare and contrast, recognize...
Who Should Teach Financial Literacy?
Financial education. It's a small phrase, but it holds big meaning. Some say, teach it at home. Others say, integrate it into existing curriculum. Some advocate for personal finance courses. One thing on which we should all agree, however, is that this...
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