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MSM-93-The_Show_Name_in_140_Characters_or_Less_-_-_-_or_Your_Money_Back: Shawn & Troy talk about an Advisory idea, classroom management, free flow charts, on-line teaching and more.

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What's My Line? Cartoon Edition:
Take the cartoon, erase the text and let students then create text to fit a scene. It doesn't have to relate
On Our Mind:
One of the biggest classroom management mistakes teachers make is that they take disrespectful behavior personally.
Create easy flow charts (for Free):

Google Apps for Education Lesson Plans:

Museum Virtual Box:
This site provides the tools for you to build up an argument or description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box.

The CU On-line Handbook:
So while online is not a cure-all or “magic bullet”, it does have the potential to revolutionize how we think about, and deliver education.
Stress, Control, and the Deprofessionalizing of Teaching:
Twitter Lessons in 140 Characters or Less
By Kathleen Kennedy Manzo

Nearly half of Dallas 5th-graders not ready for middle school
As Dallas schools focus on getting all students ready for college, they face a daunting challenge uncovered by a new district tracking system: Almost half of fifth-graders are not even ready for middle school.
To be considered ready for middle school, fifth-graders had to pass the state TAKS exams in reading, math and science, and could not fail more than one core academic class, according to the district's formula.
"You don't just get on the college track in high school. You're really on the college track well before that," Dahlander said.

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