Best of … interactive cat toys

October 25, 2011

One of the best of interactive cat toysContributed by Tim Brugger, Top 10 Guru

When not lolling themselves to sleep or strutting around for no particular reason, there’s nothing cats like more than playing.
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Best of … what to wear now

October 25, 2011

One of the best of what to wear nowContributed by Jenna Scaglione, Top 10 Guru

What is happening in fashion right now?
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Top 10 Drum Solos of All Time

October 24, 2011

Contributed by Stacy Weinstein-Weiss, Top 10 Guru

A famous drummer joke asks “How many drummers does it take to change a light bulb?”

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Top 10 High School Teacher Resources Online

October 19, 2011

Contributed by Lindsay Shugerman, Top 10 Guru

Between shrinking budgets and your hectic schedule as a high school teacher, finding new, affordable and engaging lesson plans and teaching resources can be challenging. But we’ve done some of the searching for you, and gathered our own list of the top 10 high school teacher resources online.

10. Freezeray interactive whiteboard materials for the sciences

If your school is using interactive white boards ( in the sciences, this site can help you bring them to life. Sponsored by the Great Barr School, a science school in the UK, these easy to access and easy to use animations will keep your students interested and learning.

9. Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI)

Another great science teacher resource site the HHMI offers high school teachers and homeschoolers access to videos, lectures, virtual labs and more. Their free high school teacher resources online will take your students where ordinary textbooks never could.

8.Algebra lessons, interactives and tutorials for teachers and students alike

Sometimes, the examples in a textbook aren’t enough to help your students master algebra. can help. With dozens of links to algebra problems, lessons and examples, there’s sure to be a tool to help take high school math from mystery to mastery.

7. Inspire your students to think like writers

Reports show that writing skills have been declining year after year. But getting your students to think of themselves as writers might just be the key to reversing that trend.

Warren-Wilson College offers writing prompts, editing advice and even resources to help students find places to get their work published.

6. The history of the theatre comes to life

High school teachers looking for resources focused on English, history or theatre will find new and exciting resources in the Library of Congress’ American Variety Stage collection. The site includes scripts, playbills and video of classic performances in English and Yiddish from the heyday of variety theatre.

5. The best historical resources out there come to you

The University of Idaho has gathered an incredible collection of links to primary historical resources in the U.S. and the rest of the world. This unimposing website can instantly connect you to multimedia presentations in Alabama, African journals online (, or the digital archives of Japan (

4. K-12 African American studies lesson plans, resources and projects

Make this year’s African American studies units dynamic with ideas from this multi-subject guide to online and offline resources. The site offers dozens of teacher resources to bring the history, culture, science, politics, arts and literature of African Americans to your students.

3. If it’s history, it’s here

There is not a social studies or history textbook on the planet that could contain even a fraction of the material on Mr. Neal’s Virtual Classroom

From video and audio, to interactives and project guides, this monster site makes teaching almost any social studies or history topic easier and more effective.

2. An educational link supersite for the information you need

When you need to find information on the latest developments and research in education, this educational clearinghouse is the right place to go. With links to the major educational research sites, you’ll find the facts high school teachers need from designing curriculums and dealing with diversity to creating gender-includive math and science programs.

1. MIT for free?

With over 2,000 classes offered in every field of study, the free online class program at MIT is one of the best high school teacher resources online. No, you won’t get the lectures with most of the classes. But you will get the syllabus, the list of materials, the assignments and links to every resource used in the class, from books to films.

Use the classes to study on your own, to open doors for your students, or as a springboard for lesson plans of your own.

Top 10 Common Resume Mistakes

October 18, 2011

One of the top ten common resume mistakesContributed by Missy Nolan, Top 10 Guru

Stop blaming the economy for your lack of employment.

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Top 10 Motorcycle Chrome Parts

October 18, 2011

One of the top ten motorcycle chrome partsContributed by Tim Brugger, Top 10 Guru

Doctoring up your bike is a time honored tradition, and there a lot of ways to do it.

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Top 10 Crafts For Toddlers

October 18, 2011

One of the top ten crafts for toddlersContributed by Lisa Pratto, Top 10 Guru

Parents are always looking for new crafts for toddlers to keep those little hands busy.

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Top 10 Business Etiquette Tips

October 18, 2011

One of the top ten business etiquette tipsContributed by Tim Brugger, Top 10 Guru

Having spent many much of my youth in the world of suits, ties and PowerPoint presentations I can tell you from first hand experience there are certain do’s and don’ts in this environment.

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Top 10 Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

October 18, 2011

One of the top ten pumpkin decorating ideasContributed by Jennifer Andrews, Top 10 Guru

Decorating for the fall and Halloween is incomplete without the addition of pumpkins to your seasonal and holiday décor.

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Top 10 Haunted Hayride Party Ideas

October 18, 2011

One of the top ten haunted hayride party ideasContributed by Tim Brugger, Top 10 Guru

Hayrides are fine for the 3 to 5 year old crowd; meandering your way through a field of pumpkins and other assorted gourds.

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