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Creativity, Tenacity and Dyslexia

Artist, Teacher, and MSU alumnus Eric Staib presents his own personal journey of managing Dyslexia as a way for teachers, parents, and other support people to gain insight into what it is like to struggle with this issue and to move beyond it.

Japan schools a 'hateful' place for LGBT students: Rights group

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

TOKYO: Japanese schools are filled with “hateful” comments about gay and transgender people, including remarks by teachers that can aggravate bullying and push some students into depression, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in a report Friday (May 6). 400 more words

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3 Reasons Teachers Quit and How to Keep Them From Leaving

As we close out National Teacher Appreciation Week, it’s nice to see teachers receive so much recognition and thanks. It’s also important to remember something else: kind tweets and promotional discounts are nice, but they don’t necessarily make teachers’ jobs any better, or easier. 686 more words

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A note to learning on my own

*RANT POST AHEAD* I’m sitting here with a glass of Pinot Noir, my muscles are dead from an intense workout and I’m so pumped on adrenaline because a stressful 2 weeks lies ahead. 1,144 more words

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Scaffolding Writing Across The Curriculum

This course will:

  • provide an understanding of the stages you need to follow to create effective writers of all types of texts
  • create an awareness of the different text types and their conventions…
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Discussion Questions: Hoodoo

Discussion Questions for Hoodoo by Ronald L. Smith

  1. Hoodoo Hatcher is given his name because he is marked, but he can’t cast a simple spell. Do you believe his birthmark is a sign?
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