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Earth Day Resources for Teachers
posted by: Alix | April 18, 2012, 04:17 pm   

This Sunday, April 22, is Earth Day! A day of recognition held worldwide to increase awareness and appreciation of the Earth's natural environment, Earth Day is currently celebrated in more than 192 countries, and is considered the largest civic observance in the world. While there is a range of Earth Day activities and events offered for the over 1 billion participants, the occasion is a perfect opportunity to discuss environmental issues with students of all ages.
Tax Tips for Teachers in 2012
posted by: Alix | March 27, 2012, 09:57 am   

Don't forget: the IRS tax filing deadline is Tuesday, April 17, 2012. With tax season in full swing, it's important to know what kind of federal tax breaks you might be eligible for as an educator. Most teachers purchase supplies for their classroom out of their own pockets throughout the school year. What you need to know is that if you are a teacher you can deduct up to $250 for unreimbursed classroom expenses.
Helpful Links for Math Teachers
posted by: Alix | March 15, 2012, 05:11 pm   

As we highlighted recently on the AAE blog, video clips and online resources are changing the face of education, particularly mathematics instruction. While states and districts struggle to keep up with new and emerging technologies, teachers can keep up-to-date with the help of some great online tools.
St. Patrick’s Day Resources for Teachers
posted by: Alix | March 09, 2012, 03:07 pm   

Don't forget, next Saturday is St. Patrick's Day! If you are planning on creating some fun lesson plans for students around this beloved holiday next week, note that St. Patrick's Day is much more than just leprechauns and pots of gold. St. Patrick's Day honors the patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick, and celebrates Irish traditions. Everything from history, art, and culture can all be addressed in various ways for students both young and old.
Helpful Links for English Teachers
posted by: Alix | March 07, 2012, 11:27 am   

As we highlighted recently on the AAE blog, technology, social media, and texting are having an impact on students and the art of teaching proper English grammar. While educators debate the overall effect of technology on our language, it should be noted that technology can also be helpful in providing educators new online tools and resources.
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