What is a Postcard ID and where can I get one? A Postcard ID is a little code that uniquely identifies a postcard in Postcrossing. It is composed of two parts: To get a Postcard ID, simply request to send a postcard and the Postcard ID for that specific postcard will be provided to you.
Search The Best of the Web: They ought to be part of one of the most interesting listservs on the Internet too! Learn about those and other invaluable resources for middle school educators in this story, part of Education World's celebration of The Month of the Young Adolescent.
Thirty organizations have joined NMSA to increase public awareness of the unique needs of young adolescents. Education World is pleased to devote all of this week's stories to the most dedicated group of teachers around -- middle level educators!
We were off on Wednesday, and on Thursday at least half of my students were unprepared. It was not a good day. My lessons depended on the work being done and I had to spend a great deal of time writing notes home in student planners. It was frustrating to say the least, but it did put things back on track for Friday.
Was it the extra day off, or just normal adolescent testing of the limits? I'll never know, but I really dislike days like that, days where I feel more like a cop than a teacher. Some I know from last year -- the Grade 8 students are the ones I worked with before, and they made such striking gains last year One boy in particular has been so gratifying to work with: Then you're probably a teacher in a typical middle school!
The quotes above are extracts from the diaries of two middle school teachers, two daring teachers who for this entire school year are chronicling their efforts, their thoughts, and their frustrations as they help their middle school students survive -- and succeed.
Anyone can track the teachers' yearlong journey in Middle School Diariesone of many teacher-features found at the best middle school resource online, MiddleWeb. The site is packed to overflowing with resources for middle school educators and parents! Eavesdroppers are welcome to follow the diary deliberations of middle school teachers Debbie Bambino of Philadelphia and Susan Smethurst of Toronto.
They're even invited to react to the weekly entries, to question or support the teachers! Call it what you will, but teachers around the world are following -- and relating to -- the roller coaster ride of middle school life as these two teachers survive it.
In the opening entries of this school year, you might find Bambino or Smethurst musing about time demands posed by a student who "has more labels than Campbell's Soup, and a veritable alphabet of diagnoses.
Seems like everyone and his brother has a plan for improving the schools -- if it weren't for those dratted teachers! I found myself agreeing with him.Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products.
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PowerPoint Postcards Presentation. A good warm-up activity for them would be to watch you fill out information on the Student Planning Sheet about some place you visited over the break. You could either put the planning sheet on an overhead or recreate it on a board to be filled out.
Back-to-School Coding Projects Looking for cool. Most main characters embark on a journey of some kind; this archetypal plot pattern lends itself to a postcard home activity.
Have students write in the voice of a journeying character. (@MPryle) is a National Board Certified teacher and the author of five books with Scholastic, including Writing Workshop in Middle School and Easy and. How does Postcrossing work?
It's quite simple: Create an account on the website (it's free). You need to provide your address so that you can receive postcards back. Request to send a postcard. Twelve Assignments Every Middle School Student Should Write is a revision and expansion of Gary’s earlier book, Middle School Writing Projects: Ideas for Writing Across the Curriculum.
With this book, Gary has offered a roadmap for both using writing and teaching.