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February 2006 Newsletter

Edited by teacher, speaker and author Marjan Glavac.

Check our new website
Links to resources to save you time and overcome frustration!

I should have given you the sites I have for teachers to use for Black History Month so you could have gotten them out to your readers.  They are African American Web Sites

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African American Recipes
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Lewis A. Armstrong
Retired Librarian, '2003 Right-click here to download pictures. To help protect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download of this picture from the Internet.
University Libraries and Archives
Emporia State University
Emporia, Kansas 66801
Web Based Resources
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Black History Month
Groundhog Day February 2
Waitangi Day (New Zealand) February 6
Abraham Lincoln's Birthday (USA) February 12
St. Valentine's Day February 14
Presidents Day (USA) February 20
George Washington's Birthday (USA) February 22

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Motivating students should be the easiest part of your day… and it is using the
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In This Issue:

  • NEWTON'S CASTLE (GR. 6-12)

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What happened to the Black fugitive slave once they completed their journey on the Underground Railroad?  Where did they go? What did they do?

On a trip last year to the Niagara Peninsula in Southern Ontario Canada, I met
Lezlie Wells the owner of a tour company
specializing in Black History Tours.  Lezlie is a fifth generation Canadian
descendant of a fugitive slave from Kentucky, who has a personal interest in the 
history of fugitive slaves who came to Canada, in particular, to the Niagara area. 

For a customized Black History tour of the Niagara area, and to find out what happened to individuals on their freedom journey, check out Lezlie’s site:
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Coretta Scott King, First Lady Of Civil Rights, died last week.  Read about her
extraordinary life and achievements.
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Still time to apply!

USA K-12 teachers are eligible for summer seminars and institutes. Check
the site for more details. The application deadline is March 1, 2006.
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The goal of this site is to provide quality and useful support (such as lesson ideas) to those who teach Communication Technology Production (CPT) or those who want to incorporate multimedia into their classrooms.   CPT  which is offered at the 10, 20, and 30 levels in Saskatchewan, Canada involves the creation of websites, graphics, animated graphics, audio, and video components. 
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Explore Newton's Castle to learn about his discoveries and secret life.

Learn about color, optical illusions, observations from nature and fascinating facts about how cars roll up hill and why dogs chase cars. There are several Project Legal (TIPS) lessons included regarding copyright issues and a Newton Timeline.

Take the quiz and get a perfect score to gain access to the treasures contained in the MoMA art gallery.
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Serving grades Kindergarten through 12th, this math eboard provides links organized by concept.  For example, choose the K-2 tab and the sticky note "Counting" to find links that will assist a student in learning to count.  Each link is classified as Tutorial (the link will provide information about the concept), Activity (provides an opportunity for the student to experiment without a “right” answer needed), or Practice (either a teaching activity or a practice test).  The welcome tab sports links such as Math Study Skills and Math Game Sites.  The “Mrs. Miller” tab has great links, also!  All links are either to sites that are free or require free registration.  This eboard gives busy teachers resources for their students divided by concept.  White sticky notes on the Welcome Tab are resources for math teachers.
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Citytowninfo.Com is a collection of information on U.S. cities and towns.  The site
includes almanac-like reference data, real estate statistics, local weather reports, links to the official city web sites and maps for about 3500 cities. The site also includes an original summary article on about 50 major cities.   
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