Curriculum Review

Education magazine for teachers.

Articles from Vol. 42, No. 3, November

A Free Resource for Preventing Sexual Harassment in Schools: The American Association of University Women (AAUW) Educational Foundation Offers a New Guide Online. (We Hear from Readers)
AAUW Educational Foundation, Washington, D.C.: Harassment-Free Hallways: How to Stop Sexual Harassment in Schools is a hands-on guide to help schools, parents and students put an end to sexual harassment and bullying in schools. This user-friendly...
CR Reviews Your School's Web Site. (Technology Update)
This month: Beaufort Elementary School, North Carolina URL: http://www.carteretcountyschools.org/bes/ Comments: "We believe that our Web site offers a wide variety of information to parents, students and the community in the areas of scholarship,...
Imagining a Life in the Circus: Grades 2-4. (Language Artisans)
Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey has created the Circusworks Web site, at http://www.ringling.com/circusworks, with free classroom activities crafted for preK-4 students in conjunction with 12 consulting teachers. The following lesson helps...
Paper or Plastic? Grades 6-8. (Social Studious)
This lesson on shopping bags from Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom prompts students to discuss, develop, and implement a plan for making informed personal economic decisions. For more free lessons, go to http://www.clover.okstate.edu/fourh/aitc/lessons/index.html....
Understanding the Issues Surrounding Software Piracy: Grades 3-5. (Social Studious)
The popularity of music and software file-sharing networks has made the concept of intellectual property rights relevant to students of all ages. In an attempt to educate kids about the legal aspects of such swapping, the Business Software Alliance...