January 19, 2013See All Newsletters
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Hi Member,
Have you checked out the new Teaching Channel website? We've got a whole new look and we’ve added a new feature I think will be so useful to our community of educators—a Q&A page where you can ask your peers around the country, anything you want, in a quick, time-efficient way.



Teaching Channel’s fearless leader Pat Wasley has put together a blog post that shows you how to jump in and start asking questions and contributing answers.

As we look forward to learning and sharing with the Tch community through our new Q&A feature… let’s celebrate the benefits of learning from each other with this week’s videos.
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
High school students practice effective communication skills by teaching middle schoolers about robots.
These students head outdoors to teach younger students about Newton’s Third Law in a very visual way.
See how pairing up students to review homework increases engagement.
"I am loving Q&A so far - this is really an awesome way to connect on a more personal level with teachers outside the network around very specific practices. Well done!" - Chris Bruggeman, Technology Coordinator at AUSL Public Schools, Chicago.
This weekend on Teaching Channel Presents: Math & English Essentials. Click here to find out where you can see our Teaching Channel TV show in your area. We now offer all our episodes online, one week after they air. Click on an episode number and watch now!
"Text What Your Learned" got a lot of attention last week—including dozens of comments from the Tch community. Check it out to see what everyone's talking about.