Experiential Learning, Experiential Learning, 2011 SpringExperiential Learning, Experiential Learning, 2011 Spring - The motto of the Lowcountry Estuarium based in Port Royal, SC is “Conservation through Education” with a focus on the Port Royal Sound Estuarine system. This unique coastal environment stretches from the barrier islands bordered on the north by St. H...
Explore the Mysteries and Marvels of the Intertidal Zone

Bob Bender | 08/04/2011

The motto of the Lowcountry Estuarium based in Port Royal, SC is “Conservation through Education” with a focus on the Port Royal Sound Estuarine system. This unique coastal environment stretches from the barrier islands bordered on the north by St. Helena Sound to the Savannah River. It is arguably the richest ecosystem on earth with regard to the production of biomass. Read More...

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Product Reviews, 2011 SpringProduct Reviews, 2011 Spring -    Epson Creative Zone is a free resource for teachers featuring hundreds of projects including scrapbooks, calendars, award certificates, textbook covers and more. 
Epson Creative Zone

| 04/14/2011

Epson Creative Zone is a free resource for teachers featuring hundreds of projects including scrapbooks, calendars, award certificates, textbook covers and more.  Read More...

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Product Reviews, 2011 SpringProduct Reviews, 2011 Spring -    The TI-Nspire CX handheld is the cornerstone of the Nspired Learning solution. The TI-Nspire CX handheld offers a set of fully integrated tools
Texas Instruments TI-Nspire

| 04/14/2011

The TI-Nspire CX handheld is the cornerstone of the Nspired Learning solution. The TI-Nspire CX handheld offers a set of fully integrated tools Read More...

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Product Reviews, 2011 SpringProduct Reviews, 2011 Spring -    Develop shared leadership and teacher leadership in your school with the real-world, on-the-job ideas in this book.
Schools Where Teachers Lead by Franklin Schargel

| 04/14/2011

Develop shared leadership and teacher leadership in your school with the real-world, on-the-job ideas in this book. Read More...

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Product Reviews, 2011 SpringProduct Reviews, 2011 Spring -    The practice exercise included in Basic Furniture Arrangement 2.0 allows the student to build a custom room shell to his/her specifications. 
OJ Software Basic Furniture Arrangement 2

| 04/14/2011

The practice exercise included in Basic Furniture Arrangement 2.0 allows the student to build a custom room shell to his/her specifications.  Read More...

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From the Editor, Issues, 2011 Spring, Issues, IssuesFrom the Editor, Issues, 2011 Spring, Issues, Issues -  Collaboration is such a broad term. In education, it takes many forms. There is the collaboration between student and teacher. Collaboration between student and student. Collaboration between teachers. Between school and home. Between districts. Bet...
From the Editor - Spring 2011

Charles Sosnik | 03/21/2011

Collaboration is such a broad term. In education, it takes many forms. There is the collaboration between student and teacher. Collaboration between student and student. Collaboration between teachers. Between school and home. Between districts. Between disciplines. Between agencies. Between locations. Between public and private sectors. In this issue, we celebrate collaboration in all its forms. Using the simple premise that none of us is as smart as all of us, we explore the many ways educators use collaboration to accomplish one important goal – the education of our children. Kudos to my friend Franklin Schargel, who has just finished ... Read More...

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Category Topics, Special Features, 2011 Spring, Special EducationCategory Topics, Special Features, 2011 Spring, Special Education - Students in the United States diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) who are planning to pursue higher education have a new scholarship program opportunity. The Shire ADHD Scholarship includes a monetary award and a prepaid ye...
New Scholarship announced for students with ADHD

| 06/28/2011

Students in the United States diagnosed with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) who are planning to pursue higher education have a new scholarship program opportunity. The Shire ADHD Scholarship includes a monetary award and a prepaid year of ADHD coaching services provided in partnership with the Edge Foundation to help individuals diagnosed with ADHD making the transition to college, vocational or technical school. Read More...

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Product Reviews, 2011 SpringProduct Reviews, 2011 Spring -  Now you can teach the Common Core State Standards using popular, engaging, and classic Young Adult books like Twilight, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid. 
Book Jam

| 04/14/2011

Now you can teach the Common Core State Standards using popular, engaging, and classic Young Adult books like Twilight, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Diary of a Wimpy Kid.  Read More...

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Collaboration Makes Learning FUN

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Explore the Mysteries and Marvels of the Intertidal Zone
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Schools Where Teachers Lead by Franklin Schargel
OJ Software Basic Furniture Arrangement 2
Book Jam
New Scholarship announced for students with ADHD
From the Editor - Spring 2011
School—Community Collaboration
Teacher Professional Development: Taking time to learn
Waiting for "Superman"? - Don't hold your breath
Is it time to swap K-12 Education Trends for Common Sense Solutions?
Consequences: The rocket fuel of accountability
What can collaboration with students look like?
The spirit of collaboration
Student performance, online collaboration and Moodle
Not all equal signs are created equal
A Collaborative Approach to Addressing Bullying
Collaboration furniture
Students express themselves as published authors
Instructional effectiveness for turnaround schools: Rigor, relevance and relationships
Leading the way: The role of professional development for school leaders
Learning outside the classroom
Relationship is key to English language learner’s success
Educating tomorrow’s leaders today
Professional development to support struggling students
How to make a residential school feel like home
Supporting students with autism
Teaching students in the Age of Autism
Students go to the Hill
R.E.A.L. instruction
Bullying in the girl’s world
Strategies to improve computer access for students with disabilities
Choosing the right classroom management software solution
How do we stop cheating in our high tech world?
STEM education: Focusing on the silent 'E'
Connection to science at the Smithsonian
Preparing for excellence in Mathematics
Educating 21st century learners
Inspiring readers one book at a time
Addressing food allergies at school
Planning physical activity for Middle School Students
Jefferson County
Experience Peninsula Fine Arts Center
Students ‘do’ science at the Viginia Living Museum
At Busch Gardens, education is a thrill ride
Norfolk
Berkeley County
What teachers say about museums
Biltmore’s Antler Hill Farm 
Imagination-sparking field trip destination
Chattanooga
New adventures at Atlanta’s Fernbank Museum of Natural History
Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum
Real animals, real teachers, real life
Two exhibitions, One unforgettable teaching experience
Reinventing the field trip
Students learn the art and science of storytelling
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