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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 January/February

Classroom Management Apps
In a teacher's day-to-day schedule, there is a tremendous amount of information to keep track of-countless things to teach, learn, and manage. One of the most important areas to master is classroom management. If there is a loss of control in the classroom,...
Mindfulness Workshops for Educators
There are many benefits to the practice of mindfulness. Some schools across Canada have already introduced mindfulness activities into classrooms with positive results in the lives of students. The first step to include mindfulness into schools, is to...
More Than Just My GPA
The grades that make up a student's GPA are just a tiny portion of what they achieve throughout the year. I can confidently say I have learned the least from taking tests and writing essays, but the most through the process, for example, collaborating...
Notes
How has Earth Science become the poor cousin in the STEM-related universe? Has an interest in the natural world, the stuff that lives all around us, deteriorated just like the environment? We're pleased to report that this isn't the case, necessarily....
Preparing Students for Future Careers
If students can't specifically define their career goals, don't think they're avoiding the question. They could just be more aware of the situation than anyone realizes.Teachers have always tried to make their lessons relevant to the world outside the...
Suffrage: Canadian Women and the Vote
CURRICULAFOR GRADES 9 TO 12The following is a lesson plan excerpt from Suffrage: Canadian Women and the Vote, an interactive graphic novel and resource. To see the full lesson plans or to learn more, please visit canadiansuffrage.com.LESSON 3:Suffragist...
The Importance of Teaching Earth Science
Earth science has long been the poor cousin of STEM programs. It takes a back seat to technology and even among the straight sciences, rocks and rivers get short shrift alongside the physical sciences-properties of matter, motion, gravity."It's the least...
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