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Understanding the Different Types of Learning in Your Classroom

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As a teacher, you are bound to come across a variety of students in your classroom with different backgrounds, tastes, abilities, etc. 545 more words

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A Brief History of Dallas, Texas

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Dallas, Texas is a place filled with rich history and has cultivated many great people and moments throughout its existence and continues to be a solid breeding ground for excellence. 518 more words

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5 Ways to Involve Your Students in Philanthropy

Philanthropy is very important to creating a better world, so it’s vital that we teach children the importance of helping others. While most schools push this mindset by teaching children not to bully one another and by periodically hosting fundraisers, there usually isn’t a lot of discussion about philanthropy, its importance, and how young people can get involved in meaningful ways. 461 more words

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Keep Your Students Learning Over Summer Vacation with These Simple Steps

With summer vacation coming up, teachers may feel concerned over whether their students will continue learning over the summer or forget everything they’ve learned by the beginning of next year. 567 more words

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8 Famous People from Dallas, Texas

Besides being home to incredible sites and food, Dallas is also home to many famous people. Various well-known actors, singers, athletes, and philanthropists have come from Dallas, which makes us proud to call it our home. 473 more words

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How to Get Involved with a New Community

Moving to a new community is a major step in anyone’s life, especially if you don’t know anyone there outside of your immediate family (or anyone else at all). 484 more words

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Questions to Ask Yourself Before Becoming an Educator

Becoming an educator is a major decision because it places a lot of responsibility on you. You aren’t just a teacher; you’re an educator, though the considerations for the two positions are similar. 489 more words

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