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Take part in a global survey on critical thinking

Reading Time: 1 minuteAs many teachers who use ELT titles from National Geographic Learning will be aware, critical thinking is a key feature of the materials and informs our approach to English Language teaching.

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Part I: Renaissance Fairness

Sometimes we teachers may grow cynical about the ‘career and college’ ready mission statement. It’s not hard to see why: when our nation voted gave… 293 more words

Being A Better Teacher

History Facts: New York Times Fake News and Cover Up of Ukrainian Genocide—Fraud of the Century

History Facts:

The History of Fake News in the United States

Jarrett Stepman

Part 2: New York Times Fake News and Cover Up of Ukrainian Genocide—Fraud of the Century… 942 more words

Truth

In remembrance of euphoria: Whatever happened to Stuart and Mr. P?

I have recently found myself reminiscing about the late 1990’s – specifically the grand euphoric year of 1999. If you aren’t sure why then maybe you aren’t paying attention. 815 more words

Asymmetric Observation

Authentic Learning in Gifted Education

Authentic learning occurs when a student confronts real-world problems and explores ways to solve them. It can only truly happen when the student feels the project or problem is relevant to them. 618 more words

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Planned Parenthood Betrayal: Congressional Action belies Biblical Values, Professed Faith

Planned Parenthood Betrayal:

Congressional Action belies Biblical Values, Professed Faith

“A good tree cannot bear evil fruit, nor can a corrupt tree bear good fruit.” Matt 7:18… 782 more words

Judeo-Christian Culture

The FFRF and the Separation of Church and State

The Freedom From Religion Foundation catches a lot of flack from religious people. No surprise there. Given their name, they sort of describe their mission right from the word go. 365 more words

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