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First Day of School: Six Word Stories with a Twist

Today’s guest post is from one of Rebekah & Allison’s colleagues, Maria Bartz. Maria  is an English teacher at Trinity Episcopal School in Richmond, VA.  She loves a clean white board for spontaneous think tank sessions with her inspiring colleagues, a fully charged laptop to explore the ever-growing world of educational technology, and  big circle of passionate teenagers engaged in thought-provoking discussion. 1,035 more words

Classroom Of The Month: Ms. Mary Dovey’s 7th And 8th Grade Classes At Egg Harbor City Community Schools In New Jersey

February 14, 2016 by Team Six

Engaging middle schoolers can be one of the toughest assignments in education, so Mary Dovey — who teaches seventh and eighth grade classes at  474 more words

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Six Word Memoirs

For a project in lit class, we were instructed to write (one aspect) of our life story, with precisely six words; no more, and no less. 168 more words

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