A List of Educational Magazines

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A List of Educational Magazines
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Trade magazines in any profession are invaluable information for those within the profession. Educators are not any different when it comes to this notion. As an educator, it is safe to say that you are bombarded with offers for all types of trade magazines. Choosing magazines right for your classroom or career in education can be a difficult decision. Three great educational magazines are Education Week, Teacher Magazine and The Mailbox. Each magazine is informative and provides great tips for your career in education.

Education Week

Education Week covers many topics such as recent politics and legislation, curriculum, testing and accountability trends in education; as well as the latest news on special education and higher education. It's a solid resource to keep you updated on what you need to know as an educator.

Teacher Magazine

Teacher Magazine is a great publication that is geared toward the teaching profession. This magazine focuses on a number of hot topics relevant to teachers. When you subscribe to Teacher Magazine, you also have access to Teacher Magazine’s online community. This magazine covers instructional strategies, the profession of teaching, classroom management strategies and technology in the classroom. You will also receive tips on effectively managing the classroom environment, student life and their community. This educational magazine also discusses non-traditional schools to inform teachers of different strategies to reach students.

The Mailbox

The Mailbox is the No. 1 idea magazine for educators. This educational magazine is a unique as its name. As a subscriber to The Mailbox, you will choose between five distinct editions that focus on your specific area of expertise. This educational publication provides the following editions; preschool, kindergarten, first grade, second and third grade, and lastly intermediate grades. As an educator, you know how students learn differently according to their development and age. This magazine provides great information on lesson plan ideas, curriculum development and activities in the classroom that are all developmentally appropriate for the grade you teach. The Mailbox also provides online forums to discuss strategies and ideas with other teachers in your grade level. You will never have another dull day in your classroom when you subscribe to this educational magazine.

So next time your mailbox is flooded with different types of educational magazines, remember, Education Week, Teacher Magazine and The Mailbox. These three magazines are distinct and provide great information for any educator or teacher in the field.

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