Teacher creates daily electronic newspaper to prompt class discussions

05/17/2011 | Edutopia.org

A middle-school science and social studies teacher in Kansas produces a daily electronic newspaper for her students. Marsha Ratzel uses current events to connect her students with real-world examples of in-class lessons. For teachers who want to replicate her Ratzel Room 66 Daily project, Ratzel suggests going slowly at first and using a combination of technology and traditional teaching.

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