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I can comfortably fit my 15" laptop, water bottle, small pair of flat shoes, a course reader and a bunch of other little things agenda, ipad, journal, pens and pencils, iphone. Really an awesome backpack that looks professional, clean and holds a LOT. I use it for my frequent travel airplane and it fits perfectly under the seat. It was splashed by Carried this around the bahamas. It was splashed by pools and hottubs.
Also carried through the rain in florida. A drink was also spilled on it. The laptop and tablet inside it were both protected and dry. Fairly comfortable, multiple compartments fit both my I live in an area where summer temperature easily goes over 95, so can't say much about the mesh- I'd sweat with any backpack.. But the straps are sturdy enough to hold up the weight of my books, laptops, stationeries and water bottle, so that's great! I like the front little pocket to put things I could easily grab, like keys or earphones - things I'd need to reach while on the go with things in my hands already.
I have not had a chance to try out the usb port for the portable battery not included , but I do think is a cool feature and is one of the reasons why I bought this bag. The lock that comes with the backpack works fine, haven't had a reason to put it to use yet; I figured it'd be more useful in situations like travelling or having to leave your backpack in a public library while you go to the bathroom or something. But hey, free lock- use it for your gym locker if need be. All in all, a great, sturdy backpack with lots of different pockets in different sizes to make compartmentalizing your iteams fairly easy and convenient.
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I loved how the vans was small, and loved how the swiss had pockets, but this backpack is perfect. It's seriously the best of both worlds. It's a perfect size to hold things, but not so huge that its obnoxious to tote around. The included lock is meh, but it didnt really matter as I had bag locks anyway.
The material feels strong and well made, and the zippers caught my attention. They're solid and wont break anytime soon. It's stylish, functional, and despite having it for only a week, im in love with it. It's a little annoying, but you learn how to avoid it. A perfect product that I would buy again. I pair it with my cocoon grid it organizer and its perfect. Even full its bot heavy.
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This backpack can fit and has some extra room for a small rain jacket or a rolled-up clean shirt: This backpack is also comfortable, according to him.
The padded straps make it easy to carry these items to and from classes. To clarify questions about how the charging works: You need to supply your own portable charger e. Anker charger and phone-charging cord. Education World has gathered 20 great resources from our archive that offer advice, tips, and resources all principals should have at their fingertips.
Fund-raising ideas, recess success resources, parent involvement strategies, and much more. But Education World's "Principal Files" team offers some great ideas for school-wide events that are sure to draw parents in large numbers. More than 30 events to add to your school calendar!
Parents at Northwood Elementary get involved in school academics by participating in a school book club that promotes fun and a love of reading.
Tips for starting a book club in your school plus resources that describe the benefits of reading! Back-to-School Technology Activities Whether you're a technology teacher or a classroom teacher interested in integrating technology, you can challenge and motivate your own students as they succeed with these back-to-school activities from the Education World Tech Team.
A Skill Worth Teaching No names on papers? No titles on compositions? No answers rounded to the nearest tenth? If you find yourself confronting such problems while grading papers, your students may not be paying attention to directions.
Although most successful students recognize the importance of reading instructions thoroughly and following them, some students may master the skill slowly. Education World provides five intriguing lessons to help your students read, write, follow, and even evaluate directions. Regular practice will keep students' skills from getting rusty -- and should improve test scores too!
Whiteboards Stimulate Student Learning Start with a clean slate this year -- introduce mini-whiteboards to your classroom! Whiteboards are a great way of keeping an entire class actively involved in a lesson. Five whiteboard lessons plus tips from whiteboard users. Camera Captures School Year Teacher Martha Richardson includes a disposable camera on her students' supply list for the year -- in return, she gives parents a photographic record of their children's school year.
Richardson describes her camera project. Quick-Tivities for Awkward Moments So much to do, so little time -- you can't afford to waste a minute. What do you do when every day is interrupted by at least a few transitions that never seem to fit into the natural rhythm of your lessons?
Use one of these valuable mini lessons! Templates for Teachers Are you spending your evenings writing welcome letters to parents, creating calendars, ruling seating charts, designing award certificates, and stenciling learning center signs?
Did you know all those printable documents are available online at the click of a mouse? Ten Games for Classroom Fun! Do you need ideas for occupying students during the last ten minutes of a busy day? Perhaps you want to reward kids at the end of a particularly productive day.
These ten games are great for end-of-the-day fun. Timeless Teaching Tool Across the grades and across the curriculum, teachers treasure the value of timelines -- and all the timeline resources you'll need are right at your fingertips! Create a timeline of the events that make up your whole school year!
Activity ideas for all grades! Two dozen Web sites offer perfect resources for developing daily activities! A Quotation a Day: Just What the Language Doctor Ordered! Many teachers have discovered the power of famous quotations. Such quotations can be used to develop students' writing and critical thinking skills. Buy the book of worksheets to accompany this article.
Don't Waste a Minute! What do you do with those awkward moments that arise in every teacher's day? Try some mini lessons, quick activities that fill time without wasting it! Dozens of mini lessons to keep kids busy and learning every minute of the day! Playground Pass Creates Recess Success! Wouldn't you love a simple, straightforward teaching tool that steers students away from trouble and into recess success? The Playground Pass does just that. Links to the reproducible Playground Pass system and other free resources.
Three educators who searched for bulletin board ideas on the Web and found little have solved the problem for the rest of us! They have created useful bulletin board resources on the Net. Links to ten bulletin board resources.
Day Keep students reading all year long with a variety of reading-related activities from Education World. Journal Writing Every Day: Teachers Say It Really Works One of the best things about daily journal writing is that it can take so many forms. This week, Education World talked with teachers who use daily journal writing in their classrooms.
Writing motivators that work from teachers who use them! Students Rule With 'Design Your Own Homework' "I started by sending home a letter to parents at the beginning of school explaining that students could bring in their own homework projects," said teacher Valerie Grimes.
Learn more about the types of assignments Grimes's students have selected! Put an End to Homework Horror! If your students lack interest in your homework assignments, it may not be your students -- it may be the assignments! Author Nancy Paulu has some advice for teachers who want to make the most out of homework.
Links to school homework policies. Help for Homework Hassles! How can teachers motivate students to do their homework? How should teachers handle kids who just don't care? This week, Education World explores ways to ease homework hassles! A Place for Rousing Reform Educator Brenda Dyck reflects on a year in which she and her colleagues begrudgingly, at first came to a new understanding about the value and relevance of homework assignments. Learn how they tamed the homework beast!
Just how much homework is too much? Education World interviews teachers and the top experts -- including Howard Gardner, Carol Huntsinger, and Harris Cooper -- to find out. Just what kind of parental involvement -- and how much involvement -- truly helps children with their homework? Homework Takes a Hit! First Year Teacher's Primer Humor, connections and self-reflection go a long way in ensuring that you'll have a great year!
These tips from a veteran educator and teacher trainer are also good reminders for teachers who are well beyond their first year. New Teacher Resources The flurry of preparation and planning that comes with the start of a new school year can be a source of stress, especially for beginning teachers. This week, find a remedy to those opening day jitters; some of the best resources for beginning teachers -- and vets too! Most principals were teachers too.
Once upon a time they were even first-year teachers! Since becoming principals, they've had the opportunity to observe many first-year teachers -- and to see many of those teachers make many of the same mistakes.
Education World asked the "sophomores" who faced -- and survived -- that dreaded first year to reflect on their successes and failures. First-year teachers, here is their best advice for getting through it. Lessons to Leave Behind When You Go Away Every teacher has the responsibility to provide a sure-fire, successful plan for the substitute who will bravely step into his or her shoes. Five lessons that span the grades, require few materials, and make learning fun.
Tips and Resources for Substitute Teachers Looking for a quick lesson that can be used anytime, anywhere? Need something to fill those ten minutes before the lunch bell? Want to add some games to your bag of tricks? We've got the resources you need! Songs, games, lesson activities, and templates to help a sub survive even the most difficult experience. Mini Lessons for Unexpected Moments Whether you are a substitute teacher or a permanent classroom teacher, these lessons are for you!
Ten great activities for substitutes and classroom teachers. Benefits and drawbacks of substitute teaching. Four Rules to Keep Your Best Subs Coming Back Learn what schools can do to guarantee the highest quality education possible in the absence of the permanent classroom teacher.
Four rules to help keep your best subs coming back and tips for recognizing the contributions of your school's substitutes! The Perfect Teacher Linda Mauriello, who teaches at Salem High School in Conyers, Georgia, submitted this week's lesson, which offers a fun activity that will help teachers drive home the concepts of mutual respect and high expectations.
Faces Bingo Laura E. Lambert, who teaches at Marion C. Seltzer Elementary School in Cleveland, Ohio, submitted this week's lesson in which students match classmates' name cards with their pictures on a bulletin board.
My Five Senses The science teacher at your school is preparing a unit on the five senses. He wants to start with the most important sense, but he can't decide which one that should be. Students choose which of the five senses they think is most important and complete a book about the five senses. El Juego que Aprende: Ideas for planning a student-led Back-to-School Night. Morris decided to remind parents about the opening of school. Staff and community members joined Morris walking door-to-door.
Now they can find Australia, Korea, and even Azerbaijan on a map of the world, thanks to an e-mail activity that made geography come alive for both students and parents. Class Rules Smooth Way for the Year Rules in School , a book from the Northeast Foundation for Children, tells teachers how they can regain instructional time during the school year by helping students develop class rules and consequences at the beginning of the year.
A Smooth Transition Can Mean a Smooth Year With researchers finding that successful transition programs can mean more successful students, sending and receiving schools are working harder and more cooperatively to help students more easily make the passage from one school to the next.
The Kissing Hand Teachers Amanda Dobson submitted this week's lesson, which uses a popular children's book to help alleviate young students' first-day-of-school jitters. Retreats can be the perfect way to re-energize faculty, flesh out new programs, and help people get to know one another better.
While getting away is a treat, some creative activities also can make an in-house retreat productive and fun. A veteran with many years under your belt? All principals will learn a thing or two from this article about making the first day of the new school year a smooth one. Tips for a great first day! In a Million Words or Fewer A simple activity offers a powerful tool for learning about your students and connecting with their parents. Clearwater Kansas High School English teacher Ernie Beachey's 11th graders research and create an original work of American historical fiction.
Schmitt shares a win-win strategy that allows students a chance to turn in a paper, participate in a quick review, and then swap that paper with a revision that improves on the first and may even mean a higher grade. Organize a "Literature Day" and Night!
Activity ideas and tips for organizing your own literature event! Playground maps are great teaching tools! Thanks to Ed Bonne, "the Playground Map Guy," many kids will find a new addition to their playgrounds when school opens in a few weeks. A Beginner's Guide to Integrating Technology Whether you are a student teacher or a veteran teacher, this article provides ideas you can use to assess where you are and to plan for the future.
Six steps for integrating technology painlessly. Better Book Reports -- 25 Ideas! Tired of the same old book report formats? Do your students grumble every time you mention the words book reports? Shyness expert Lynne Kelly recently talked to Education World about how classroom teachers can better understand and help shy students. Eight tips for helping students overcome shyness. Find out how this competition sparks students to read more.
Tips for starting a Book Bowl in your community! Many teachers believe reading aloud enhances classroom instruction and improves academic achievement -- and recent research supports their belief. How to Thrive -- Not Just Survive -- in a One-Computer Classroom Education World explores strategies experienced teachers use to help them turn their one computer into a dynamic, creative teaching tool.
Research shows that children are more likely to succeed academically and are less likely to engage in violent behavior if their families are involved in their education. A dozen activities to promote parental involvement and ten tips for involved parents. Do you read aloud to your students? Is there ever a time when students are too old to be read to?
Many teachers are firm believers in reading aloud -- even at the high school and college levels! Getting Started on the Internet: Add Your Name to a Listserv -- Today! Every teacher should join a listserv. Listservs offer a quick and easy way to connect with teachers around the world.
Links to hundreds of listservs for educators. Students Reach for the 'Skylights' of Learning Educator Brenda Dyck writes about her efforts to challenge students to use more thinking skills at the higher levels of Bloom's taxonomy. A bulletin board in Dyck's classroom reminds students of the higher-level thinking skills they should strive to use! In his latest book, Time to Teach, Time to Learn, Chip Wood takes a serious look at the frenetic pace of teaching and learning.
He offers dozens of suggestions for refocusing on what's really important during the school day. Fun and Games That Make a Difference! Three Fridays each year, Freeport Maine Middle School closes its textbooks and opens its doors to a different kind of learning.
Terminology. The word backpack was coined in the United States in the newbez.mlag and packsack were used prior, and now occur mainly as regionalisms.. The word rucksack is a German loanword mainly used in the UK, US and in other Western military forces. In German, Rücken means "back" and Sack means "bag". The name rucksack is cognate with the Danish rygsæk, Norwegian ryggsekk, . I purchased this backpack only because a different model I wanted was sold out, and wasnt coming back into stock anytime soon. I cancelled the order, and was hesitant, but I liked how this bag looked, so i . Education World's Back to School archive page offers loads of useful articles and 12 volumes of icebreakers and first day of school activities to help students and teachers get to know each other.