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81. Intel Education: Unit & Project Plans: Unit Plan Index
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    Grade: Subject: Science, Math, Writing Topic: Animals Essential Question: How are we like other animals? Description: How many of ME would it take to outweigh a polar bear? To get in touch with their inner bear, primary students look at bears from all angles, and apply math and measurement skills to compare themselves with their furry friends. Origin: Arizona, United States
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    Grade: Subject: Language Arts, Social Studies Topic: Descriptive Writing Essential Question: How can I communicate so others will understand? Description: Primary students give their imaginations a workout creating their own unique monsters, and then hone their writing skills as they develop descriptions for cyber pals who will try to recreate their terrible beasts! Origin: Vermont, United States
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    Grade: Subject: Biology Topic: Frogs, Life Science

82. The Chronicle: Career Network: 03/17/2000
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By GWENDOLYN BRADLEY Peter Wozniak left a tenured professorship at Auburn University at Montgomery to teach history at the Montgomery Academy, a private high school in Alabama. Not long after, two of Mr. Wozniak's colleagues followed in his footsteps. "Had I been an associate professor at a major research university, I probably would not have changed," Mr. Wozniak says. "But when one teaches at a small, regional, community-college type institution, one can be far better off at a high school. The students are capable of a very high level of work." Mr. Wozniak initially contacted the Montgomery Academy looking for part-time work to supplement his university salary. When the school later offered him a full-time position, he accepted. After 10 years at Auburn, he was fed up with what he saw as a declining quality of students and low pay. "Unbelievably, the high school is paying me more than the university was going to pay me for being chairman of the department," Mr. Wozniak says. ALSO SEE: A guide to Web resources on teaching in private schools Secondary-school teaching has long been an obvious alternative for humanities Ph.D.'s and A.B.D.'s who don't land the college teaching jobs they want. But increasingly, people with doctorates are viewing elite private-school teaching as a rewarding career in its own right, rather than a watered-down version of college teaching or an undesirable backup plan.

83. Teacher_Pass
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Teachers: To assist you in planning a successful field trip, we recommend you preview Dreams of Freedom before your class trip. This planning pass entitles you to free entry to the exhibits and the movie. Please complete this form and present it at our ticket counter. Feel free to contact us with questions as you plan your class trip. Printable Version Download free Adobe Acrobat Reader Contact Name: E-mail: Home Address (optional): City, State, Zip: Home Telephone: Home Fax: Name of School: School Address: City, State, Zip: School Telephone: School Fax: Subject you teach: Grade level of students: Date/time of preview visit: Date/time of field trip:
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84. Victoria Research Web: Planning The Research Trip To Britain
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85. Illuminations Lesson Plan
In this lesson, students plan a trip to a local is open, its distance from the schooland prepare a attention on the mathematics needed in planning a trip and
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Data Does It: Planning a Trip Data and Probability Unit Plan 8 lessons - 45 minutes each In this Unit Plan, teams of students plan trips. To put together their best travel plan, students study a map, consider different routes, visit Web sites to get airline schedules and costs, and analyze their data. Each team presents its travel schedule and budget to the class. Then teams analyze the different plans and discuss the best features of each one. Students collect data, organize data, and compute differences of multi-digit numbers. This lesson also integrates Social Studies and Art.
The sequence of lessons in this Unit Plan builds skills required for collecting, displaying, and using data to solve problem situations. Students collect and use numerical data from the Internet to estimate and calculate travel costs, to evaluate travel plans that meet specified conditions and to analyze possible flight plans to determine the best value. Using the Plan: This Internet Unit Plan is a set of sequenced mathematical activities designed for use as an instructional unit. The purpose is to connect mathematical ideas and to develop understanding and application. To accomplish the instructional intent, it is recommended that this set of lessons be used in the suggested sequence. The time spent on each lesson will vary according to the needs of the students.

86. Teach English In South Korea, World English Service Ltd. - Summer & Winter Camps
to ?hook? the kids into coming to special summer schools at your ownschool or they will plan a trip away somewhere. The more wealthy
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School directors never want to miss business during these times so they will invent anything possible to ?hook? the kids into coming to special summer schools at your own school or they will plan a trip away somewhere. The more wealthy of parents will even pay for overseas trips for the children to go to an English camp in Canada or USA etc. (normally a 3 week period) if your school is part of a major franchise the head office may sell an overseas camp to children from all the franchise schools.
Obviously not all the students will be able to afford the trip and instead the director will operate a back up camp in Korea. You will suddenly find your daily timetable is totally shattered when this happens and the Director will give you a timetable that is ?horrendous?. You may even be told you are going away with the children for 2-4 days and you are in charge of the program. Of course you will say what do I do? What is expected? Where is the program overview? The obvious answer is always ?that is your job!?
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Instead of jumping up and down and complaining think of it as a learning adventure and go with the flow. In fact many of the teachers who have sought our advice at times like this have been amazed to find they had a great time and really felt they got to know their students out of class, as well as the Korean staff. When a Korean adult is away from the formal workplace they can be the happiest energetic funniest people to be with. Don?t look at the experience in a negative way, as you will most likely enjoy the "round the camp fire" sing-along times.

87. Peel District School Board - Parent Tip Sheet
Help your children plan your route and write directions and videos to reinforce newlearning from your trip. children to take their journals to school to share
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Help your child learn during family vacations Keeping young minds active through the summer is a real challenge. Yet, studies show that children who remain active learners outside the classroom are more prepared to return to school in the fall. Get organized before you leave
  • Find interesting places to visit locally and outside the city. Get your children involved in planning trips. Fill a sturdy bag with supplies including pads of paper, pencils, pens, erasers, felt markers, a ruler, reading materials, tape, scissors and maps of the entire area to be travelled. Buy your children notepads to keep a diary or a journal of their activities while on vacation. For car trips, bring books on tape to play in the car. Vacations can offer a great opportunity for parents and children to read together. Take time every day for the whole family to read by themselves or together. Even 10 or 15 minutes is fine. On car trips, ask your children to read the signs and check the different speed limits.

88. Schools
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Charleston County School District Science Curriculum. Course description: This course is designed to give teachers an understanding of the applications that maths and science play in relation to a sailing vessel racing alone around the world. Teachers will be exposed to hands-on activities, problem solving and applications of maths and science in the development, design, construction and operations of an ocean-racing vessel. Goals and Objectives: Teachers will:
    Gain insight into the maths and science needed for an ocean race.
Learn to apply the applications of sailing in their teaching of maths and science. Examine alternative ways to inspire their students in the learning of maths and science. Develop relationships with other teachers for the exchange of ideas, methods and experiences, from which to learn and teach. In-class activities: There will be a variety of activities in the classroom which will include demonstrations, lectures, cooperative group learning, whole and small group discussions, journal entries and individual presentations.

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While students load up on soft drinks, sweets, and high-fat foods, their teachers long for ways to help them understand what that kind of diet does to growing bodies. Three educators shared with Education World their latest attempts to halt the spread of junk food online projects! Students share information, compare data, and learn about foods from around the world. "We are what we eat and the habits we establish at an early age will tend to stay with us," said Don Bourdon, technology coordinator at St. Bernard's School in Saranac Lake, New York. Keeping this premise in mind, he created Fit For Life . The project is designed to increase students' awareness of the food they eat, the nutrition it provides, and the regional costs of the food.

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91. 101 Ways To Use The Web
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93. Bob's Place Of Educational Links...Elementary Sciences Lesson Plans
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94. Building A School Community
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95. Trips To French-Speaking Sites: Specific Plans
on Laura Cantor s CyberTrip Lesson Plan for a fine example of a 40 minute Middleschool class guided There are specific Lesson plans for trips to many FL
SPECIFIC LESSON PLANS Simulated Trips Using The Internet
The Internet is a useful resource for teachers planning one or more Simulated trips with students. From my experience, here is a list of ways to minimize frustration and to integrate it successfully into a Trip Unit:
  • Use The Internet as a database of textual and graphic information.
  • Use The Internet as the Main Course after a series of introductory activities. 1. Introductory Activities Print out and use a variety of sites for pre-planning the trip. Assuming that this is your first CyberTrip, I recommend that you limit your visit to one major city, and select the current month for the trip. To make use of the suggested activities, you only need access to one computer with a modem. To include all colleagues, my directions are written as if a teacher had no class computer, but could go online herself, outside the classroom. Here are some suggestions to choose from: Preplan The Unit: Set the Stage WHO ARE WE: -print out flags of the country, using sites from Flags of the World Assign different nationalities to pairs of students (use different French or Spanish speaking countries or representatives from around the world; draw on the ethnic/racial backround of your students or focus on border countries of the chosen country to reinforce geography). (Optional: later on, assign each pair to look up and replicate national flag of assigned nationality.)
  • 96. Apple Learning Interchange - Published Exhibits
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    98. Charleston Southern University, School Of Education - Becoming A Teacher
    Teaching Learning in Ghana Ghana Trip PowerPoint Show Mr. Ato Baidoo, to finalizeplans for returning to and observing at TuwohofoHolly school in Akotokyir
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    Teaching Fellows Raffle The Teaching Fellows Cadre at CSU is raffling off three gift baskets of teacher supplies to raise funds to pay for a unique missions project. Their effort to raise $245 with fund the annual salary of the music teacher at a primary school in Ghana, West Africa. The Teaching Fellows are scholarship recipients who are considered to be some of the most promising teacher candidates in South Carolina. Their education is funded by a state grant. CSU is one of the original colleges selected for the program. Pictured with one of the gift baskets is Mrs. Connie Coyle, Director of the Teaching Fellows Project and of Field Experiences at the university. What is Teaching Fellows?

    99. Teachers Learn How To Teach About The Holocaust
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    Teachers Learn How to Teach about the Holocaust July 13, 2001 - The best way to ensure that the lessons of the Holocaust are never forgotten is to teach them to our children and all school children in Louisville. But to accomplish that, we must have teachers who are knowledgeable, committed to the importance of teaching the subject, and equipped with the appropriate curricula and teaching tools.
    To help build that dedicated cadre of teachers, the Jewish Community Federation's Community Relations Council works with the Jefferson County Public Schools, private schools and parochial schools to provide an annual Holocaust Education In-Service program. The program includes a trip to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. and workshops for the teachers before and after the visit.
    Two local Holocaust survivors, Herta Beskin and Ernie Marx, made the trip with the teachers.

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    For teaching resources for Key Stages 3 and 4, visit School trips Week 1: preparing While there is widespread agreement that school trips are of great educational and social value to pupils of all ages, their planning and execution are often causes of anxiety for teachers. In the wake of a spate of news stories about injuries on educational visits, it is difficult to know how much planning is enough. Week 2: where to go In the past 10 years, there has been a noticeable shift in the way institutions, galleries, attractions and museums have marketed themselves. A glance at the homepage of any of the key cultural attractions in the UK reveals an 'education' link to pages designed to support teachers and to supplement class visits. School trips are big business, and education departments are getting slicker.

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