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How to Develop Best Study Skills

Chad Donahue says a good place to start with helping middle school students to glean more from learning materials is to annonate text in three levels of sequence.
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Wheels on the Bus go Round

A metaphor-weary adjunct slams the brakes on a 
familiar adage that casts contingent teachers in a role of 'where the rubber meets the road' -- but rings more as a 'eulogy for road kill.'

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It's fun and frequently enlightening to take a quick glance at the bookcases of your colleagues. Here are some of my all-time favorite teaching reference books, journal articles and such sitting handy on my shelves.
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