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Instead of making promises to ourselves or others, it might be more useful to do some proactive thinking about simple ways to infuse our teaching with the best of what our skillsets have to offer in the coming months of transition.
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Did You Know that the First Inauguration Ceremony to be on television was in 1949, for President Harry S. Truman
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Did you Know that the only non-president to be honored with a national holiday is Martin Luther King?
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Looking for a possible Interactive Notebook Activity to use with kids just before the holidays (or the week you return in the new year)?
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With this being the time of year for the story, A Christmas Carol, it's a great opportunity to learn about its author,Charles Dickens
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In ancient wisdom traditions, sound has been used to facilitate meditation, affect mental and emotional states, and induce healing.
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Fun fact: The tallest Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree was 100 ft. tall (1999).
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10 quick tips on using thematic units for differentiating and engaging students in their own learning, and still covering the mandated curriculum.
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5 teaching strategies that are important to use in an early childhood classroom.
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6 quick tips for implementing meditation in your class.
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Did you know that the Native American Indians were raising turkey as far back as 1000 A.D.? Did you know that the Aztecs, of Mexico, were raising...