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July 5, 2014
This Week: Happy Fourth of July Weekend!
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See how this imaginative lesson makes the revolution relevant by turning the historic event into a break-up letter.
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This history lesson fosters a deep understanding of complex, abstract concepts using a variety of photos.
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See how Ms. Noonan strikes a balance between direct teaching and student exploration.
Sarah's Notes
About this time last year, I came upon a beautiful book in our public library. It captured me with its cover, drew me in with the concept, and immediately made me feel like I was among friends. My Ideal Bookshelf surveys all kinds of authors, asking them: What books would make up your ideal bookshelf?

As I read what others put on their lists, I was immediately inspired to envision my own ideal bookshelf. It’s not as easy as it sounds. Some books come to mind right away, but as you start to think more deeply, you might remember books that had a nuanced effect on you, or map to a certain time in your life. After thinking about my personal ideal bookshelf I turned to building a professional one, and then one for new teachers. I hope my lists inspire you to create your own lists. Check it out, pass it along, and start curating!

 
Sarah Sarah Sig
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
Tchers’ Voice
Img LeftHow do you teach students to use the internet safely and responsibly? Tch’s Elizabeth Weiland has pulled together eight videos to help you with technology-related issues.
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