By Teachers, For Teachers
We all know that the second best part of Thanksgiving is the leftovers... but when you find yourself stuck with 10 pounds of turkey, you can only eat so many plain ol' turkey sandwiches. Here are 5 luchbox-friendly alternatives to leftover turkey on white bread.
Here are three simple ways to differentiate instruction in your multilingual classroom that will help you create a learning environment where all of your students' needs are met.
Here are five things your students think they know about Thanksgiving, and how you can start clueing them in to the truth behind the legend.
Immersion teaching doesn't have to take you to distant shores. Every year, non-Native American teachers join reservation school staffs to help the often-underserved community and to learn about the modern Native American experience. Kurt Caswell was one of those teachers. In his book In the Sun's House, he provides an outsider's perspective on teaching at the Borrego Pass School on a remote Navajo reservation in New Mexico.
You’d have to be living in the Twilight Zone not to realize vampires are in vogue today. Vampirelore is everywhere. But the vampires we know and love today aren’t the dark, life-snatching Dracula types of the past. These vampires are nice. They don’t want to be monsters, or so they say...and they are roaming our school halls.