David Booth's Caught in the Middle is one of those rare books that truly has the capacity to help a teacher carve out a roadmap for a successful year of working with middle school readers and writers, says reviewer Jenni Miller.
Vermont Reads, 'Wonder': The Middle School Brain Vermont Public Radio The first year of middle school is the subject of the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio, and it's this year's choice for the Vermont Reads community literature program.
Better to be on the other side, the right side, of those scenarios and on Monday and Tuesday 8th graders from Goodrell Middle School were all over town getting up close glimpses into what it takes and what it's like to actually pursue ...
To keep her going throughout her year in the Teacher Education Program (TEP), Natalia Cuadra-Saez drew inspiration from her students. As part of her practicum, she taught sixth-grade social studies at McCormack Middle ...
St. Paul middle schools' year of change proved to be a learning experience Pioneer Press He also saw some classmates repeatedly test his teachers and eat away at learning time. In drama class, a fellow student picked on him for a while.
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Class teaches leadership skills to middle school students Lynchburg News and Advance Instructor Moose Pierce assists Lucas Botham on a project in a leadership class at Sandusky Middle School in Lynchburg, Va., May 16, 2014.
Special Olympics has long been an organization that aims to level the athletic playing field for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Now, the organization is working to make that playing field accessible for people of all abilities. Unified sports teams, which consist of an equal number of individuals with and without disabilities, is just one of the facets of Project UNIFY, an education and sports-based strategy designed to increase athletic and leadership opportunities for students with and without disabilities. The project relies on youth of all abilities to lead the discussion on creating community acceptance for everyone.
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Guest blogger Josh Work, middle school teacher and Marine Corps reservist, talks about teachers who struggle with technology and offers five professional development tips that can bring staff up to speed for school-wide technology integration...
A new study links ADHD and conduct disorder in young adolescents with increased alcohol and tobacco use. The Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center study is among the first to assess such an association in this age group.
Get more info about this topic! AMLE free webinar about Preventing Substance Abuse in the Middle Grades on April 29 from 4-5pmET with SAMHSA (Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration). www.amle.org/webinars
First Lady to Tout Role of Arts Education Program ABC News In collaboration with the White House and the Education Department, the committee created the program as an experiment two years ago in eight elementary and middle schools to test the...
Berea Middle School's My Sisters and Me club helps girls cope with transition Greenville News Three years ago, Berea Middle School social studies teacher Kathy Hopkins noticed that some of the African-American girls in her classes were struggling...
Although my views continue to evolve and grow through formal and informal learning and school/home experiences, I want to be transparent about the lens I look through around student discipline. At a recent staff meeting, I took the time to share these brief belief statements with staff:
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“ I've noticed in education the push to provide or sometimes require intervention programs for students who struggle in the classroom. These students struggling in math or language arts can sometimes b”
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