An educational blog for teachers and students.

Science
Posted on September 24, 2014 by Kathy Rusert
bales of cans

When I talked to my eighth graders about joining the “Great American Can Roundup,” it was met with little enthusiasm.  But then a marvelous breakthrough happened.  I'll explain inside!

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Computers
Posted on August 7, 2014 by Nicholas Provenzano
Time for review

For my inaugural post on Reach Every Child, I'd like to introduce you to a piece I'll be doing every month. I’m going to sift through the amazing posts you might have missed and share them with you. Being an educator is a very busy job, so I’m happy to save you some time and point you in the direction of some of the best posts of the month.

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Language arts
Posted on June 5, 2014 by Alan Haskvitz
student writing

After 40 years in the classroom, I have seen a lot of methods come and go to improve student writing. What I have found works better is teaching students to write to grade level using a formula.  Click inside to find out about this not so secret formula.

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Common core
Posted on May 29, 2014 by Alan Haskvitz
End of school

Veteran teachers, including me, know the difficulties the end of school presents.  It wasn't long into my teaching career before I realized closure to each school year is a learning experience for everyone.  Over the years I've used some unique ideas for end-of-the-year activities in my classroom, so I've listed them and many others in my blog post.  Take a look!

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Math
Posted on May 27, 2014 by Alan Haskvitz
Vehicle
The Internet offers a smorgasbord of sites with information about vehicles and driving. You can harness these sites and student interest in driving to create all kinds of lessons. Check out these sites and ideas to get you started.

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