Lewis Grizzard, the quintessential Southern humorist, was born at Fort Benning on Oct. 20, 1946. He would go on to write a regular column for the Atlanta Constitution and pen numerous best-selling books, including
Teachers have a different perspective on our children — one that can help us to see them differently. They’re capable individuals, they don’t need constant feedback, and they’re learning from what we do (not what we say).
The look of any library — school, academic, or public — is always dependent on local needs in a community, but the feature that has traditionally characterized all types of libraries is reading literacy and the tools and practices that support readers.
Back in December, when the magnitude of the winter snowy owl irruption was becoming clear and we conceived the outlines of Project SNOWstorm, we set a pretty audacious goal — to tag more than 20 snowy owls this winter with GPS/GSM transmitters. Given that we had no funding and about a week’s planning, it may …
Most are familiar with the heartwarming videos of a child in a classroom or at a sporting event surprised by the unexpected return of a parent serving in the military overseas. What those videos don't show is the struggle many families undergo after years of separation. Martha Teichner takes a look at the toll war takes on the children of warriors.
A new report shows a troubling trend among American children with mental health issues. The University of California-San Francisco study finds almost one in every ten children is sent to the hospital with mental problems.
My students need 10 MaKey MaKey kits, Play-Doh to use as a conductor, books on Scratch programming, and extra alligator clips to design video games about sustainability. Children learn best by making things, whether physical or virtual This quote from Cynthia Solomon explains what our students already know - concepts are much easier to grasp when you are given...
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