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Cheryl Jindeel
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Travel writer inspiring others to discover & experience the world
Travel writer inspiring others to discover & experience the world

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Assuming that engagement will happen automatically is a mistake. Without a little nudge from you, students likely stay in the passive role of listening and observing from their seats.

Use technology in your lesson to inspire and engage students.

>>http://blog.learn2earn.org/how-to-make-engagement-a-top-priority-when-lesson-planning/
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Minimizing stress for test day is one of the most important factors for preparing your students to take any test. Here are a few ways to take the stress out of preparing for standardized tests.

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There are lots of examples of cohesive devices
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When you take risks you learn that there will be times when you succeed and there will be times when you fail, and both are equally important. Ellen DeGeneres

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Rubrics allow students to take charge of their work, and it gives them an idea of the goal they should be reaching to attain. Imagine the impact this could have on communication amongst students and their teachers.

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Do the clothes make the person? It is always interesting to see what we can deduce about the past by the material objects people coveted. #ushistory   #18thcentury   #americanrevolution  
What can John Hancock’s suit tell you about the man who wore it?

We know that John Hancock was a wealthy merchant and prominent politician, but did you know that his suit reveals even more about his life and personality than the documents and portraits he left behind?

In this week's episode of Ben Franklin's World: A Podcast About Early American History, museum professional and textiles expert Kimberly Alexander joins us to explore the world of 18th-century fashion and material culture and what objects like John Hancock’s suit communicate about the past.

http://www.benfranklinsworld.com/024

#ushistory   #fashionhistory   #history   #materialculture   #museums   #publichistory   #johnhancock   #americanrevolution  
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The power of #Google... These are amazing!
Hi, Google! I would love to share with you what I've been able to make in Google Drawings. This software is outstanding! I'm a member of a designer and visual artist group of about 2,000 really talented people. I started doing vector portraits like these and was begged to share the precess I used.

When I said that these were all created entirely in Google Drawings in a web browser, (Chrome:) mouths dropped. Anyway, keep up the great work and thank you for making these apps available for all! 
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