Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Instructor Magazine Relaunch and GIVEAWAY

Do you read, follow, or subscribe to Scholastic Instructor? If not, it is a great resource for all educators! However, don't try searching for a subscription to Instructor now, because they have officially relaunched as Scholastic Teacher.

Instructor magazine launched in October 1891 as Normal Instructor (teacher’s colleges were then called “normal schools”). In its 124-year history, the magazine has changed names five times! Check out this infographic with some more fun facts about the magazine:
After surveying 1400 subscribers, and overwhelming 80% chose Scholastic Teacher

To see and read a sneak preview of the new issue, click on the links below:


My Best Lesson Ever…
http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/lesson-ideas-teachers-year

Brilliant, But Bored 
http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/tips-teaching-gifted-students

Crazy for Chromebooks 
http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/chromebooks-classroom

Army of Funders


As you can see, there's a little something for everyone... which is why Scholastic Teacher is giving away one free subscription to one lucky winner!

All you have to do is leave a comment below with how you keep up with current educational trends by October 13, and one random winner will be selected. Please make sure to leave contact information, too!

Good luck! 

* For a discounted subscription, click here.


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5 comments:

  1. I read many teacher blogs and education websites to keep up on trends.

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  2. I stay on facebook. I keep up with various groups on here watching and discussing with other teachers our successes, our failures, asking for help and offering help/suggestions. We have monthly art teacher meetings in our district which keeps us up to date and I attend our TAEA art conference each year. It keeps me busy and informed.... you just have to be or you'll be left behind!

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  3. Usually just read the educational association magazines that come in the mail...they are always full of the most relevant info.

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  4. I read a lot of blogs. I haven't read any teacher magazines, but that sounds like a great idea.

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    1. April, by the choice of my son choosing 1, 2, 3, or 4, he chose lucky #4 (you!) as the winner! Contact info?

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